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Hotel Suitess zu Dresden
Ranked #2 of 118 Hotels in Dresden
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Reviewed February 25, 2009

The hotel is very chic and cosy with nicely decorated rooms. Location is excellent for travellers. The restaurant supposes to be quite famous but we didn't try it since it's quite expensive. You wouldn't have problems finding any other nice restaurants in the area. We didn't have the breakfast but we found a very nice cafe just 20 meters away from our hotel which served lovely breakfast buffet at less than 10 euros.

We had a very cute room facing the church of our lady. It's ideally for a city break to enjoy the museums and theaters in Dresden.

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 17, 2009

We arrived at this luxury hotel in Dresden and were greeted with wine and coffee.They couldn't do enough for us.The room was very beautiful and comfortable.Stefanie at the desk was professional and helpful. The consierage was available for whatever we needed.The location is ideal,right next to the frauenkirsche.Car parking is available

  • Stayed: February 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 14, 2008

Hotel Suitess is located literally steps away from the Frauenkirche in the old part of Dresden. The hotel has a private parking garage, which requires reservations and at this writing costs 18 euros a day. We drove up to the hotel's entrance and were met by two spiffy uniformed men who unloaded our luggage and spirited our car away.

Reception

We were greeted by a very professional looking young woman who spoke English with a heavy German accent. She offered us a glass of sekt while we filled out the registration paperwork. As we enjoyed the welcome drink, I took a look around the lobby, which was decorated with lovely paintings, a bar, a fireplace, and lots of couches... almost too many for the small space. The lobby was very classy, but I think it could have done without a couple of those couches.

Our room

Our deluxe double room was located on the fourth floor. As she escorted us to our room, the receptionist explained that most of the hotel's twenty-one rooms are on the fourth floor. I could smell the faint scent of fresh flowers as the receptionist presented our room in all its glory. Our room had a beautifully made up king sized bed, a small writing desk, a wardrobe with a safe, minibar, an array of German magazines, two telephones, robes and slippers, a huge mirror, free Internet, and a large flat screen television with satellite service and channels in a number of different languages. I took a look out the window and noted that the view could have been better. Our room overlooked a construction site. Luckily, it was the weekend and no building seemed to be going on during our stay. The receptionist asked us what kind of newspaper we preferred in the morning. We asked for the International Herald-Tribune.

The hotel was very quiet while we were there. Although there were other guests staying there, the only time we saw evidence of them was when we ate breakfast. The hotel was very quiet and peaceful and the bed was extremely comfortable, with first rate linens and a very nice mattress. We appreciated the complimentary bottled water that was left in the room, but we were also impressed that the minibar was reasonably priced. We did not partake of the beer, wine, or snacks in the minibar, but we could have done so without feeling guilty.

The bathroom

The bathroom was truly impressive. First off, it was huge and appointed in marble with gold fixtures. There was a shower with a rainfall shower head, a generous sized bath tub, a toilet (of course), towel warmer, and scale. Fresh flowers were left between the marble his and hers sinks. The lighting was excellent and actually very flattering. Excellent toiletries by Hermes were provided, including shampoo, conditioner, bubble bath, shower gel, and a small bar of soap. There was also a speaker in the bathroom which allowed for listening to the television and a telephone by the toilet. Towels were supposedly changed twice a day. We didn't have a need for that level of service. I do wish, however, that the towels had been a little bit higher quality than they were.

Service

We were very pleased with the service we got at Hotel Suitess. It started on our first evening, when a very young and adorable housekeeper showed up to turn down our bed. She folded back the generous duvets and set down towels and slippers on either side of the bed. Then, she drew the curtains for us and presented us with a small plate of fine chocolates. My husband gave her an obviously unexpected tip and she rewarded him by beaming. Later, another young woman brought us a tray of fruit. Every time we encountered a staff member, we were given a cheerful greeting.

Food

We were tempted to try the hotel's restaurant, Maurice, but decided we wanted to walk around the city. As it turned out, we were not able to eat dinner in the restaurant because it's closed on Sundays. Of course, at a price of 98 euros a person, it's also not cheap. We did opt to try the buffet breakfast on the morning we checked out. It was priced at 23 euros per person, a bit of a splurge, but we felt it was money well spent. The buffet included a huge variety of meats, cheeses, breads, cereals, vegetables, and even desserts. Several different fresh squeezed juices were offered. A very attentive server offered us coffee or tea. We both had cappuccinos, which were expertly presented. I also opted to have Eggs Benedict, which was included in the price. The Eggs Benedict was absolutely perfectly prepared. So while I think paying 46 euros for breakfast is extravagant, I'm glad we did it this time. It was definitely worth it. Room service is, of course, also available. We didn't use it.

Hotel amenities

Hotel Suitess has a full service spa, which we didn't have the chance to use. There's also a very small fitness room and a "wellness center", which includes a jacuzzi, two showers, steam room, and sauna. There was not another soul in the wellness center when we used it. We had the whole place to ourselves. One complaint I did have about the wellness center was that the jacuzzi was pretty cold. I don't know if that was by design or not, but I sure would have appreciated warmer water. The hotel also offers laundry service and a complimentary shoe shine service.

A word about Internet usage...

Hotel Suitess does offer free Internet, but it's not wireless. The hotel provides a cable that patrons can use on their personal computers. My husband and I used the Internet and had some problems with it. First off, it was a bit slow. Secondly, the program the hotel uses caused some issues with some of our computer's security settings. We were able to do some 'Net surfing, but it wasn't without effort and frustration. I guess that's just as well, since most people don't go on vacation to surf the Web, anyway. It could, however, be a problem for business travelers who depend on being able to use the Internet.

Checking out

Checking out of Hotel Suitess was a breeze. The staff bid us a cheery farewell as we loaded up our SUV for Poland. My husband tipped the bellhop, and again, he was rewarded with a grateful smile. It was pretty apparent to us that the staff at the hotel has not yet been spoiled by big tippers. We definitely would not hesitate to book a stay at Hotel Suitess again.

  • Stayed: November 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 28, 2008

This hotel is in the middle of building works, so beware. There are only a few rooms to the "inside". Rooms are indeed spacious - it's not however the sort of understated elegance they advertise. More overstated. The breakfast is hearty - overall still no comparison to the Kempinski Dresden which has to be one of the best hotels in Europe.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled on business
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1  Thank Mark N
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Reviewed October 19, 2008

I stayed at Suitess hotel Dresden in October from Thursday 16. to the 19. while attending a scientific conference. A colleague of mine also stayed there.

Hotell Suitess is located in the heart of beautiful, "touristy" Dresden, "An der Frauenkirche" (by a beautiful church). There is no traffic to speak of and the room was nice and quiet.

When arriving, the very pleasant staff served us some nice "sekt" (German sparkling wine) while we filled out the necessary forms. The small reception lounge was stylish and comfortable, in an old-fashioned way, with soft-cushioned chairs/sofas.

The hotel is small (21 rooms?), så everything was very laidback and relaxing thoughout. A wonderful contrast to most business hotels.

The rooms were very comfortable and stylish, with fresh flowers in the luxerious bathrooms. The rooms were clean and everything was immaculate.The beds were very comfortable. There was a new, quite big, flat-screen TV with digital TV providing a nice, crisp picture. There also was a quiet and effective combined AC/heating device.

If I should pick on something, the only very slight annoyance was that the cleaning-staff maybe were a bit too eager to do their job. If I as a guest want privacy and don't want them to make up the bed and change towels in the afternoon/evening, they should be quicker to accept that. But this was a very minor issue as they were very polite and friendly.

The breakfast cost about 22 euros and was exellent. The juice was freshly pressed, there was very high quality meats (Serrano or Parma dry-cured ham- could even be Jamon Iberico, not sure, but very high quality) and cheese and wonderful pastries, rolls and bread. The service was immaculate, polite and pleasant. We did not try the restaurant at night.

There was a spa, but we did not try it.

This hotel was immaculate and very relaxing and luxurious and I can give my full recommendation if this fits your needs and whishes. This hotel is not for you however if you want action, party and noise.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled on business
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Reviewed April 18, 2008

We booked the hotel Suitess on the back of very little evidence, it is very new and there are few if any reviews. However the description on expedia persuaded us and I am glad it was. This is an excellent, luxurious but comfortable hotel in a fantastic location, right opposite the newly restored church in Dresden. There are only 21 rooms which gives it a more personal atmosphere compared to some of the larger and more corporate hotels we snooped on while we were there. the service was faultless and the breakfast huge and delicious. The rooms are a good size and quiet and the beds very comfortable. However I would have to say that the highlight is the roof top spa area with jacuzzi, sauna and steam room which we had entirely to ourselves. It looks out onto the city and opens out onto a terrace with views of the church dome. The hotel also has free wireless internet, although our Eee Pc couldn't access it for some reason, even then the staff took it from us and spent a large amount of time trying to get it to work for us, offering us the use of a guest laptop when they couldn't! All in all this was a great hotel which we got a a reasonable price through expedia in a central location in a lovely city that deserves more visitors. I would definitely return.

  • Stayed: April 2008, traveled as a couple
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Room Tip: Gegen einen kleinen Aufpreis hat man den direkten Blick auf die Frauenkirche
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  • Stayed: December 2017, traveled as a couple
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Address: An der Frauenkirche 13, 01067 Dresden, Saxony, Germany
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Location: Germany > Saxony > Dresden > Innere Altstadt
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa
Hotel Style:
#1 Family Hotel in Dresden
#2 Luxury Hotel in Dresden
#2 Spa Hotel in Dresden
#2 Romantic Hotel in Dresden
#2 Business Hotel in Dresden
Price Range: $105 - $329 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Hotel Suitess zu Dresden 5*
Number of rooms: 21
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
21 suites, this exclusive luxury hotel combines contemporary architecture with Baroque styling and is located in the historic old town besides the Church Of Our Lady "Frauenkirche". Our French gourmet restaurant as well as our spa facilities are opening onto terraces with unique city views over Dresden. ... more   less 
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