The hotel is a short walk from the Blauwn Wunder bridge and quite a way out of town, about fifteen minutes on the tram. Not the best or worst place I have stayed in, a dullish, cheap business hotel in an ok area, at least it is right by a tram-stop for several different trams and buses as well.
The room was ok, make sure you ask for at least two extra pillows as the one they left me was useless to the point that I pulled out the spare duvet and rolled it up as a pillow. The tv had BBC Worldwide and CNN but no music radio, the room did have a bath which was a bonus after two flights, one train, two tubes a bus and a taxi and it was a nice quiet spot. The highlight of the hotel were the extremely friendly and helpful staff, the lowlight was probably the terrible breakfast, save your money and eat elsewhere as it is seven euros, wait till the airport or town centre.
Wifi is four euros an hour, I thought this pricey but at time of writing I am in Ulm, southern Germany and it is the same here. As I was going to the hospital in the morning it was in a perfect position about two or three tram stops away. You buy your ticket at the stop before boarding and stamp it once you get on, two euros buys you an hours travel in the central zone. All in all an ok place but nothing to get excited about and I'm sure there are way better hotels in Dresden.
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