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.
I stayed in the Marriott with a friend whilst on holiday in Leipzig. Having flown from Luton to Berlin, we arrived in Leipzig by train and the hotel is across the road from the railway station. It is also close to the tram stops and within a short walking distance to restaurants and places of interest in the town centre.
The staff were most helpful and my room was spacious and elegantly furnished. in Empire style. The bed was most comfortable an and the room and bathroom were spotless. The room and bathroom were tidied daily. there was a bath and a shower. There was a comfortable armchair with a reading lamp and there was a desk also with a lamp. The air conditioning worked really well. Although we largely ate out, there was a good restaurant and bar meals with a good menu and well presented food. The staff were all really friendly and helpful. The wake up call on the telephone was made by one of the staff personally. The television included English language news channels.
There were three levels of choices for breakfast. Even the basic included tea/coffee, rolls , cheeses, hams and fish. The top level included a very good choice of hot buffet choices. The chef also cooked omelettes with a wide variety of fillings for those who wanted them.
I really enjoyed staying at this hotel.
The Hotel Royal Leipzig was excellent value for money. It was a friendly hotel and during our stay we were impressed by how quiet it was at night. The excellent breakfast included in the price was a real bonus. The location of the hotel close to the rail station and near to the centre of the old town was excellent .
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.
The NH Leipzig Messe is a first class hotel in Leipzig , directly at Leipzig Messe fairground. Leipzig is renowned for …More
We loved the overall style and feel of this hotel - we found the lounge/bar/restaurant area a great place to relax at the end of a day of sightseeing, and the flexibility of the staff and the set up was really useful. The reception desk is part of the bar, which is a little confusing at first but actually quite helpful when you have individual queries as you don't have to leave the main area. The hotel is located a short (5-10 minute) walk from the station and from the centre of Leipzig, so is well located.
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.