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Living luxury isn't gold, champagne or expensive clothing. Living luxury is dedicated to what is good, what is real. It is found in the little things which surprise and delight us. In furnishings created by regional craftsmen, in steaks served in the restaurant which are allowed to mature in the meat safe until they reach perfection, in the cakes made by the hotel's own patissiers. All of these represent commitment to handmade products. Living luxury continues the legacy of manual craftsmanship. As a philosophy, as an approach. Already a centre for trade and bustling activity many centuries ag...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Pool and wellness facilitiesIndoor pool
Reception servicesLuggage storage
Business Facilities / FacilitiesBusiness Center
Reviewed 6 november, 2021
I had a great time here. The historic building is nice and charming. The little atrium is a great place to enjoy breakfast and I like the high ceilings in the room. The staff made me felt at home and even gave me a slice of cheesecake on arrival, which was a nice touch.
Reviewed 29 october, 2021
We are Marriott gold elite members and often stay at marriotts in and out of the US. There are certain expectations we have from Marriotts, such as coffee in the room and hair conditioner, less common in non-us hotels. This hotel had neither. It also had a small room with a very small window and a sloping roofline that made the room feel claustrophobic. Finally, the location is not ideal. Far enough from the main attractions so that it requires a walk across a busy street. The Hilton about a half a mile away is far better located. Although the staff was polite Service was also mediocre. We asked for a coffee maker in the room three different times, something they apparently do provide on request. There are better choices unless the price is irresistible.
Modern hotel in an historical building
Reviewed 9 october, 2021
The location is convenient, a few minutes walk from all the main sights. The room ( superior) was big enough and quiet. The bathroom was large with a " jacuzzi type of bathtub. The hotels feels modern and traditional at the same time. There is an underground swimming pool that open early and is nice for swimming and a small gym ( really small but modern machines). The breakfast selection is nice with a mix of buffet and a la carte. Service was efficient the whole time .
“MIRROR FOR THE LODLES”: kitsch and inconvenience passed off as luxury.
Reviewed 16 september, 2021
On the facade (as well as on the sugar packets), the name of the hotel is proudly topped with 5 stars - a decoy to make believe it is a "Five Stars Hotel": it is actually an uncomfortable old hotel targeted to those who are convinced that luxury is identified with "golden" taps and do not know the meaning of kitsch. But, believing they are staying in a "luxurious" hotel, they will not give importance to all the shortcomings and inefficiencies. The "luxury" of a hotel is something else (and, above all, space, comfort and quality of service). The only lift - not shareable for Covid safety - forced long waits and queues. The bare and bleak room we were given was so small that we didn't have the space to walk among our bags. Narrow uncomfortable bed. Lack of all the basic amenities (eg chair with backrest, tea boiler, soap-bar, shower-cap, etc.): on the other hand, the mini-bar was full of expensive comforts. The shower - incorporated into a bathtub that was too high and with large marble edges, was difficult to access (and dangerous for an elderly person) – had an annoying yo-yo effect (hot-cold-hot-cold); the wi-fi disconnected frequently; the window was small and the air conditioning could not cool the room enough: luckily for me there were "golden" taps, brush and wastepaper basket! Positive note: friendly restaurant-breakfast staff. Special thanks to Miss Delia who took care of our breakfast.
Extremely comfortable quiet hotel in a great location for sightseeing
Reviewed 13 september, 2021
I booked a superior larger room and was fortunate to get an upgrade to a very large room with a king bed and two separate bathrooms. The room was nicely appointed and was very comfortable. If breakfast is included, it’s very good. If not, there are quite a few wonderful options within a few minute walk. Right behind the hotel is a huge courtyard with all different kinds of restaurants that are fine for an average meal. Last time I was in Dresden I stayed in the Neustadt (Bulow Palace) which was lovely but the walk to the key sites was about 20 minutes. From this hotel,the walk to the Altstadt is only 5 minutes so you’re very close to all the sites. The only negative at the hotel was the tremendous jacuzzi tub that also contained a shower which was was quite tricky to get in and out of as it was very high. Overall, I would definitely recommend this hotel.