Central, perfectly connected and easy on the budget
In spring 2020 the new H2 Hotel Leipzig opened in the immediate vicinity of Leipzig’s main railway station, directly in the city centre. 337 modern and comfortable rooms are available for price-conscious travellers in this stylish budget hotel. If you would like to stay overnight with children in Leipzig, you can choose a practical four-bed room in the family hotel.
City centre and the train station right on the doorstep
No matter whether you arrive by train, bus or suburban railway from the airport: The new H2 Hotel Leipzig is perfectly located at Leipzig main station and the new long-distance bus terminal – as well as being directly in the city centre. The best way to visit the city from here is on foot and you can easily take public transport to the trade fair or to the Red Bull Arena Leipzig.
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Explore with the H2 Hotel Leipzig
St. Nicholas Church
city church with symbolic character
The St. Nicholas Church has both Romanesque and Gothic style elements and is the oldest church in the city. The neo-classical interior, designed in the 18th century, is impressive. The church became famous throughout Germany when it became a symbol of the Peaceful Revolution at the turn of 1989/90. Travelling here from the H2 Hotel Leipzig takes about ten minutes by foot.
“Handelshof” with “Auerbachs Keller”
The old “Handelshöfe” of the trade fair are typical of Leipzig. “Specks Hof” or “Barthels Hof” and especially the “Mädler-Passage” are famous. The magnificent passage from 1912 houses shops, restaurants and a cabaret. In addition, the “Auerbachs Keller”, made famous by Goethe's Faust, is located here. Travelling here from the H2 Hotel Leipzig takes 15 minutes by foot.» Attractions
impressive tropical hall
The traditional Leipzig Zoo inspires its visitors with its historical buildings and the park-like terrain as well as with highlights such as the world’s largest great apes house and the “Gondwanaland” tropical hall. Restaurants and playgrounds complete the offer. Travelling here from the H2 Hotel Leipzig takes less than 15 minutes by foot.
Gohlis Palace – beautiful summer palace
The Gohlis Palace is a gem from the Rococo period, which was built by councilman Johann Caspar Richter in 1755/56. The surrounding garden completes the ensemble. The festival hall can be visited during a guided tour – or during a concert. Travelling to the “Fritz-Seger-Straße” stop from the H2 Hotel Leipzig takes about ten minutes by tram.
destination for active holidaymakers
Some of the largest former open-cast mines in the southern region of Leipzig are flooded today and are affectionately referred to as “Leipziger Neuseenland”. The “Markkleeberger See” or the “Cospudener See” are ideal locations for a bike ride, water sports or bathing. It is ten kilometres from the H2 Hotel Leipzig to the beach at “Cospudener See” and it takes almost 45 minutes by bike.» Attractions