I only stayed for one night, but the room and the bathroom were super clean. The check in process was super fast. Everything was nice.
In addition, the surrounding area is beautiful, next to a forest, it is a nice opportunity to go out for a walk.
Really nice hotel close to town. Valet parking service makes things very easy. Hotel staff are great, recommending a restaurant to eat at aswell as taking care of the reservation. A short walk to town for all the shops and restaurants.
We booked this hotel primarily for its location, close to where our son lives in Leipzig, but we couldn't have been happier with all aspects: size, comfort, convenience, service and amenities. The staff was very pleasant and accommodating, the room was nearly perfect in size and very clean and comfortable. The other main factor for us was the breakfast buffet that was included in our booking. We really enjoyed this feature - nothing better than a well-appointed, efficiently run breakfast to start the day. The food was consistently good and freshly prepared each day, with excellent attention from the waitstaff - made it feel more like a served breakfast than a buffet.
The hotel is located directly across the street from the main train station, so access from the airport couldn't have been easier. It is on the ring road that defines the city center, and easy walking distance to every attraction in the center. Tram stops are very close, for jaunts of greater distance. And it is just a short walk away across a small park to the street where bus lines provide connections to other towns: we used them to get to Dresden, Berlin, and Prague.
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 .
Wonderful small hotel. Arrived early evening in a strange city and reception staff friendly and helpful with immediate local information. The room was large and modern with windows that opened for fresh air. Buffet breakfast was basic but had everything one needed. Again staff friendly and attentive.
Excellent value and can highly recommend.
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.