The InterCityHotel Dresden, located in the city centre opposite the main station, extends a welcome to its guests. Discover the historic city with the Frauenkirche and the Zwinger or the city’s shopping mile "Prager Strasse", on your trip to Dresden.
The city’s exhibition grounds are also in the immediate vicinity of the InterCityHotel. With the FreeCityTicket for use of the local public transport, already included in the price of your room, there is nothing more in the way of your business appointment or your sightseeing program. You can also use this to travel on the Elbe ferries or to visit Pillnitz Castle.
156 well furnished rooms and the 6 spacious studios of the InterCityHotel with modern design ensure your comfort and relaxation by the end of an eventful day. Our 4 conference rooms provide the ideal background for both smaller presentations and major conferences with catering for up to 120 participants.
For all InterCityHotels concerned the usage of the WLAN is free of charge up to 256 KB/s.
The free day passes for the Dresden transit network were phenomenal. It tuned our half day layover in Dresden into a tour of the city, one we will be sure to return to. The location across from Dresden Hbf was perfect, and the breakfast was very good.
There was nothing to dislike. American motels and budget hotels could learn from the efficiencies and professionalism of the intercity chain.
It is located at a very convenient place and well-balanced. Providing a transportation pass is very good.
It would be better to equip a coffee maker and/or an ice maker. The bath towel is a bit thin and small.
beautiful bathroom, large foyer in room
The Air Conditioning is not nearly strong enough to deal with 30C temperatures. The area of the hotel (near the train station) is bleak and uninviting.
Great place to stay and sleep
Very helpful staff at reception and the free tram pass was helpful and it was across the road from the train station
Proximity to train station, general design and comfort.
the first night was slightly disturbed by the noise of the train station. Customers ought to be given the option of staying on the train side of the hotel or the other side. Also, apart from one instance, check-in staff neither greeted nor made eye contact with us as we came in and out of the hotel. This gives an impression of indifference.