Concierge.com's insider take:
Dresden's newest and most centrally located hotel, the 67-room QF, was built to the town's high zoning standards—it had to look exactly like the building that stood on the site until WWII. Once inside, the modern boutique look takes over, with a small lobby finished in cut gray stone and a central atrium with glass elevator. Rooms are generously sized and finished in earth tones that look a trifle dated already but are nonetheless soothing to the eye. Services are limited, but high-speed Internet, Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs keep the feeling modern.