Arriving 1 hour before the official check-in time, we had to leave our cases and return after 3pm. Check-in was efficient but a little impersonal, and this impression persisted throughout our stay. When at 9.30am we wanted to reserve a table in the most attractive-looking in-house restaurant, for example, it was already full, and whilst staff offered alternative nearby suggestions they didn't seem overly concerned about their own residents.
Our room had everything required, but felt corporate; we would have liked a comfy chair each in order to make use of the limited kitchenette facilities, but appreciated the kettle and mugs. One mattress was soft with a distinct 'hollow' down the middle.
That said, the location is perfect for Bach lovers, and the 2 nearby mid-range restaurants recommended by Reception were both enjoyable.It's easy to walk everywhere from the hotel, and we didn't use public transport at all during our stay.
My husband and I stayed here during Christmas - and had a lovely time. The hotel was very slick, comfortable, and roomy. We especially enjoyed the spacious lounge areas on the main floor and huge breakfast spread. The hotel staff were also very helpful, warm, and courteous. Would absolutely stay here again!
With my wife and two grand son we spent 2 nigths at this hotel. It is a very well maintained facility, the rooms are big enough, clean and comfortable. Free Wi Fi is available as well as a business center with a PC & printer.The staff is very kind and helpful. There is parking nearby at a very reasonable cost.
Clean, and well kept hotel, 10 minute walk to Conference centre site, if you are there for such. Basic breakfast but has a reasonable variety of food to choose from. Also 10 minute walk to Tram / Buses so if you are visiting Lepizig city then it is a bit out of the way but it is reachable by good transport linked to the conference centre.
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Welcoming and efficient staff, good sized room, reasonable breakfast (if a little pricey).
Broken air conditioning - apparently all rooms had it at some time, as they each have a temperature control and air duct, but this is not operational and has not been for some time, we understand. This is particularly problematic because the hotel is close to a very busy and noisy main road, and the weather for our visit was hot.
The TV was out of action for the entire week of our stay (again, apparently this was a hotel - wide issue).
Other than that, a pleasant hotel, but probably more 3 star than 4 star.
Staff pleasant and helpful with knowledge of English. Rooms very comfortable, spotlessly clean, bright, wide corridors. 5 mins walk to old town and shopping area, 5 mins walk to zoo and even less to main train station. For quietness, ask for room internally looking into central courtyard area. Ideally located. Thoroughly recommend!
Traveller from Scotland
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I stayed at the Leipzig Marriott between May 4th and May 6th. It turned out I was there during one of the latest German Rail (Deutsche Bahn) strikes. EVERY one of the front desk members were fabulous. They took all the time I needed to find alternate options. I was able to re-route all of my various destinations. You learn who you can rely on during a stressful time. 100% thanks to the Leipzig Marriott staff and 0% thanks to Deutsch Bahn.
We had a big room, with a very nice bathroom. Pleased to be able to walk to the Christmas market and to return to hotel with ease. The staff were very helpful. Excellent breakfast. Lots to see and do and the hotel makes a very good base. Three minutes to shopping at station for restaurants and supermarket plus range of Christmas stalls and other shops. St Nicholas and St Thomas churches easily accessible, and the city is at the doorstep. Highly recommended.
Traveller from Dorset UK
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Positioned between two historic trade routes near three rivers in the northwestern part of Saxony, the city of Leipzig is a hub for trade and musical culture. The Leipzig Fair, the oldest trade fair in the world, finds its name and location here, and lovers of music and history can visit St. Thomas Church, where Johann Sebastian Bach was music director of The St. Thomas Boys' Choir in the 1700s.