Very easy to find as just over the road from the railway station. Check in was quick and easy. Room was very nice and we liked the little windows between the bath\shower and the main room.
Handy for the cross town trains and Leipzig is a lovely city and we wished we had stayed longer.
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
The hotel was comfortable, clean, and close to the center of the city and the train station. The staff responded to our many questions about Leipzig and were friendly. Having free and open access to the Internet from the lobby of this hotel was a nice bonus.
The only negative comment I have about the hotel was the noise at night. Noise went on all night from the trams that went by our window. One night the street was noisy with party revelers.
Overall, the hotel was great and I would recommend it to others. Just be ready for the noise.
Traveller from Madison, Wisconsin
In the heart of Leipzig the cultural city with a special flair and a centre for trade fairs and conferences that is taking on …More
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.
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.