The physical stats of Bram Stoker's Dracula would be extremely high in most settings. The key to defeating the beast was not a heroic, Conan-style confrontation with supernatural evil. It was utilising its immutable bondage to strange eldrich laws, such as its coffin, its nocturnal nature and earlier still, its horror of garlic.
In the end it wasn't a mighty warrior that slew the beast. It was a group of proud, pure, God-fearing Anglo Saxons, lead by the Germanic doctor Van Helsing and the brilliant young Mina. They were civilised men and women, frail and mortal, but clever and learned.
using their wits, courage and knowledge of the occult to defeat swarthy continental gypsy savages.
In the end, they caught the being that may have been Vlad Tepes an age before while it still slumbered. They released its tortured soul just as the sun dipped below the horizon, and its eyes snapped open.
It's never really doubted that had the count awakened even a few moments earlier, the brave heroes would have been overcome. Indeed, as I recall the American is killed by a filthy continental in the preceding struggle, so human frailty is a running theme surrounding Dracula.
On a straight up combat stat sheet, Dracula would be a beast.