Am Terrassenufer Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAm Terrassenufer Hotel Dresden
I came with few expectations as it was a late booking through Wotif, the same day I decided to go to Dresden. My room is comfortable enough, and quite large compared to some rooms.
The hotel is located conveniently enough - it's only a couple of minutes' stroll to Altmarkt, and although I haven't gone there yet, probably the same across the bridge to Neustadt.
No room service, and bar and restaurant are both somewhat limited, but what they do provide is good.
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