Mercure Hotel Dresden Elbpromenade
Hamburger Str. 64-68
Hamburger Str. 64-68
The Mercure Hotel Dresden Elbpromenade is on the outskirts of Dresden. It has 103 rooms boasting contemporary design and WiFi access, which is also available in the public areas. Stunning views of the Radebeul vineyards and the Elbe valley await you fromthe balcony of the sauna area. Hire a bike at the hotel and discover the Elberadweg, one of Germany's finest cycle routes right on your doorstep. The hotel has free parking, an attractive winter garden and a summer terrace.
The rebuilt Frauenkirche is just one of many amazing masterpieces of the Dresden Baroque style and provides great views of the Old and New Town and of the Elbe meadows. The viewing platform is almost 300 feet (91 m) high in the church's dome.
This hotel participates to Planet 21 and is acting in favour of Positive Hospitality.
GPS : 51.062423, 13.685660
At the 3-star Superior Mercure Hotel Dresden Elbpromenade, you have the choice of a Standard room or Privilege room with balcony or a Superior apartment with balcony. The Privilege rooms enjoy views of the Elbe. All 103rooms in our hotel have free WIFI access. 2 children aged up to 16 may stay in your room free of charge. We will provide you with a family room on request, with a crib where necessary. Your pet is also welcome to stay with us (charge of EUR 10/night).
Our Standard Rooms are ideally suited to your needs. In addition to a TV and telephone, they are equipped with a high-quality bed, comfortable seating, functional desk space with free WIFI and a free minibar, once per stay.
Privilege Rooms with balcony overlooking the river Elbe. For more comfort: VIP bathroom including bathrobes, drinks from the minibar, tea/coffee and newspaper free of charge in the room. WIFI and late check-out also included.
Our Standard Rooms are ideally suited to your needs. In addition to a TV and telephone, they are equipped with high-quality beds, comfortable seating, functional desk space with free WIFI and a free minibar, once per stay.
More room to relax! Enjoy our more spacious Superior Rooms, featuring high-quality beds, comfortable seating, a functional desk space with WIFI, a free minibar (one fill per stay) and balcony.
Dine in the Canaletto Lounge restaurant overlooking the Elbe. Choose from regional specialties and international dishes and enjoy your time in the Mediterranean surroundings. We are open daily from 11 am to 10 pm.
See the splendor of the city on the Elbe reflected in the BaRock lobby bar. Enjoy specialty coffees in the afternoon, or fantastic beers and wines from Saxony in the evening. Light snacks are also available and the bar is open daily from 11am to 1am.
Reviews collected from customers who booked on AccorHotels.com
Situated directly on the Elbe and a short trip by car or public transport to town centre. Would recommend this place if you wanted to stay somewhere a bit more peaceful than directly in the town. I stayed in the superior room which had plenty of space and a balcony. However there was just a big space with little furniture. The balcony was ok to stand on but you couldn't sit outside and the view was of blocks of flats and the Elbe off to the side. The carpet had a nasty black stain on it. There was a "free" mini bar with 2 bottles of water and a apple drink. The room didn't have tea/coffe making facilities or air conditioning. In general, the room felt dated and this was probably reflected in the price. Other moans I booked the hotel using accor points but was told when checking in I would have to pay for the room as their system had made an error. I didnt get my platinum member free gift. There was no free room upgrade. The breakfast was fine with a nice outdoor area to watch the Elbe while you ate your breakfast. The sauna was lovely looking over the river too. It cost 10 euros. Parking was free. 5 euro holiday tax to pay on top of room price. When I visit Dresden again I would consider this hotel but would book a Privilidge room with nicer views of the Elbe.
The hotel was excellent and well situated for Dresden either by car or public transport. The rooms were very well appointed if a little small. Our only issue was they were hot and if you opened the window there was a lot of road / tram/ train noise. Staff were very helpful and the breakfast very good
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