The H+ Hotel Leipzig is ideally located for trips In Leipzig city centre
, there are historic buildings, museums and theatres that you can reach on foot from the H+ Hotel Leipzig. This Saxon metropolis is also known as a musical city. Go to one of the high-quality performances at the opera house or visit St. Thomas Church and retrace its musical history. Start your tour of Leipzig in the large market square between Peterstraße and Grimmaischen Straße. Here you can see the old town hall, which was built in the 16th century and is one of the most important Renaissance buildings in Germany. Visit the Alte Handelsbörse on Naschmarkt and admire the bronze memorial to Goethe. Set aside an evening in Leipzig for going to a performance at the opera house or in the Gewandhaus, both of which you can reach on foot from the hotel. When it comes to cuisine, try the nearby Auerbachs Keller, one of the oldest restaurants in the city.
City hotelThe H+ Hotel Leipzig is situated on the edge of Leipzig city centre. The tram is only 200 metres away, and it can bring you to the main train station in five minutes. In turn, the Messe exhibition centre and airport are both within easy reach of the main train station. Facilities include 122 rooms, a breakfast restaurant and a bar.The wheelchair accessible, 4-star hotel features 122 rooms and suites, which are all located in the seventh and eighth floors of the building, making them very quiet, with great views over the rooftops of the city. The rooms come with comfortable beds, a desk and a flatscreen TV, as well as their own bathroom, naturally. Air conditioning, a laptop-safe, a minibar and blackout blinds guarantee your comfort, and you can use the Wifi connection and SKY TV inclusive. Depending on the room category, you can make use of tea and coffee making facilities, and free parking. Extra beds are available in all rooms.In the morning, we lay out a varied buffet for guests of the H+ Hotel Leipzig in our breakfast restaurant. Help yourself to your heart's content from the range of sweet and savoury delights, pastries, fruit, different kinds of muesli and drinks. You can get a glass of wine or another drink in the hotel bar, which simply invites you to bring your day to a sociable close.Who after a busy town or a long meeting would like to recover a little, can to relax sipping a cold drink in the lounge or the bar and can review the day or even plan the next trips.Location - Central and convenientThe H+ Hotel Leipzig is situated on the eastern edge of the city centre. It is located directly behind the Alter Johannisfriedhof cemetery. Lene-Voigt Park starts on the other side of the building complex, providing something different with play areas and meadows. The tram journey to the main train station, which is worth seeing in its own right, takes about five minutes. From here, you can get to the Messe exhibition centre in ten minutes and the airport in around 15 minutes, on the S-Bahn railway. You can walk to Leipzig city centre with its many sights really quickly: For example, you can get to Augustusplatz past the Grassi Museum in around ten minutes.At 40,000 square metres, Augustusplatz is one the largest city squares in Germany. From the pre-war buildings, only the Mendebrunnen fountain of 1880 and the city's first two high-rise buildings from the 1920's remain. The Opera House, which dates back to the GDR days, was opened in 1960, the City Hochhaus (high-rise) is from 1972 and was the “Wisdom Tooth” of the university.The Gewandhaus was opened in 1981 under the direction of Kurt Masur. The western side of the square is defined by the MDR “Kubus” or cube, as well as the university's Augusteum and Paulinium. These buildings which were created after 2000 give the square a modern touch.If you walk just five minutes further towards the city, you'll come to the Nikolai church. It was built in the Romanesque style from 1165, and extended to become a late Gothic hall church in the 15th and 16th centuries. The impressive, classicist design of the interior dates back to the 18th century. In autumn 1989, the Nikolaikirche was the starting point for the peaceful revolution in the GDR.The “Monday Demonstrations” grew out of the Monday prayers which had been held there since the start of the 1980's. In 1989, tens of thousands, then even hundreds of thousands people demonstrated peacefully for democracy, free elections and the freedom to travel.The city centre of Leipzig is characterised by the commercial courtyards once used for the Leipzig trade fair. These merchant's houses with passages were designed to save coaches from having to turn in the courtyards. As well as Barthels Hof or Specks Hof, the Mädler-Passage, is particularly worth seeing, built between 1912 and 1914 to a Milanese plan. In the magnificent, four-storey passage, over 20 stores, restaurants and a cabaret theatre group invite you to enjoy a stroll and wile away the hours.You'll also find the entrance to “Auerbachs Keller” (cellar) in the passage, where Goethe used to like to spend his time, and where he set a literary memorial to the student scene in his “Faust I”. Today, a sculpture commemorates this: It is supposed to be lucky to touch the foot of the learned doctor. The Deutsche Bücherei (German Library) in Leipzig was founded in 1912 as the archive of German writing, and merged with the German Library in Frankfurt to become the “Deutsche Nationalbibliothek” or German National Library in 1990. The Leipzig site consists of the main building and several extension buildings. The total complex currently covers a storage area of 50,000 square metres, and there is space for over 500 curious readers in the historic reading rooms. You can visit the library as part of a guided tour.The building also houses the German Book and Writing Museum, which ranks as the oldest, and one of the most important museums of book culture in the world.
Climate-neutral events powered by climate partnerConferences create greenhouse gases too, through use of electricity, heating, catering, and the arrival and departure of participants.This is why we assign CO2 emissions to each customer. As a hotel with a focus on sustainability, we are aware of our responsibility to the environment, and we balance our emissions by supporting a regionally recognised climate protection project.Use climate-neutral events to strengthen your company’s sustainability strategy, and to raise awareness of climate protection among your employees and participants - all with the minimum of effort on your part. We will bear the associated costs. Further information on the project can be found here.By selecting one of our conference packages, you will be supporting the regional climate protection project with a contribution of 2 € per person, without any additional cost to you.You will receive a personal certificate acknowledging that you have balanced your CO2 emissions. On request, and for the small fee of 2 € per person, we can also provide a detailed event breakdown, taking into account relevant factors such as the participants’ method of transport!We look forward to awarding you with your own personal certificate.
Details / Other Expenses
|Check In: ||3:00 pm |
|Check Out: ||12:00 am |
|Floors: ||0 |
|Rooms: ||0 |
|Corridors: ||All Rooms Have Interior Hallways |
|Non Smoking Rooms: ||0 |
|Handicap Rooms: ||0 |
|Suites: ||0 |
|Room Windows: ||Windows Do Open |
|Cleaning Frequency: ||Daily |
|Meeting Rooms: ||0 | Policies / Expenses
Individual: 6:00 PM on arrival day except trade fair days or special eventsGroups: 6 weeks prior to arrival except trade fair days or special events
|Nightly Parking: ||€ 9. |
|Typical Group Deposit: ||100% |
|Total Taxes: || 7.00% |
|Total Misc Fees: ||$3.00 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
|VAT: Value Added Tax: || 19.00 VAT % Inclusive |
Amenities / Features
Airport & Shuttle Information
Airport Leipzig Halle (LEJ) in about 20 km distance
Airport Shuttle? Sorry
airport shuttle available.
A great start to your dayAs a guest in the H+ Hotel Leipzig, in the morning you have the opportunity to help yourself to our breakfast buffet and get your day off to a great start. A varied buffet in served in our breakfast restaurant, with sweet and savoury treats, pastries and fruit, as well as a range of different kinds of muesli and drinks.Choose whatever you feel like and enjoy the most important meal of the day with views over the city’s rooftops.
Yes! Pets are allowed.
Small pets are allowed and will be charged with 15,00 Euro per night and pet. Please note that pets are not allowed in the gastronomic outlets.
When you arrive by car, you can park in the underground car park directly under the building. There are 30 parking spaces reserved for our hotel guests, the fees are 9 euros per 24 hours. We appreciate your understanding that it is not possible to reserve parking in advance. We cannot guarantee that parking will be available upon your arrival.
Internet / WiFI
High-speed Internet (Wi-Fi) inclusive