The H4 Hotel Leipzig.
Your hotel in Leipzig - explore the city
The H4 Hotel Leipzig lies on the outskirts of the city, offering great links to the motorway and thus rapid access to the airport and the exhibition centre. The hotel also has free parking. In the vicinity of the hotel, the “Sachsen-Therme” spa and indoor pool is on hand to offer leisure activities. As a guest of the hotel, you receive a discount on the price of admission. Just five minutes’ walk from the hotel is the “Paunsdorf Center”, one of the largest shopping centres in Central Germany.
When you arrive at the H4 Hotel Leipzig, you will receive a friendly welcome from Reception, which is located in the hotel’s ample lobby furnished with comfortable seating. Here, you will be given all the information you require for your stay, as well as the key to one of the hotel’s 291 single or double rooms, or studios with kitchenette and dining area.
Welcome to our H4 Hotel in Leipzig
Our hotel rooms
Room example of the Studio
- 28 sqm
- Writing desk
- Air conditioning
- WiFi inklusive
- Sky Sport inclusive
- 1 bottle of water
- Blackout blinds
- Kettle / coffee & tea bar
- Corner seating (table & sofa)
- Dining area
- Bathtub with shower
Breakfast and hotel bar at the H4 Hotel Leipzig
In the H4 Hotel Leipzig, a varied breakfast buffet awaits you after a good night’s sleep. Help yourself to sweet treats and savoury dishes to your heart’s desire. Also on offer are hot drinks, fruit juices, a range of muesli options and fresh fruit. When you’re about to embark on a long day, whether it’s for business or pleasure, you need a good breakfast. At the H4 Hotel Leipzig we understand this, which is why the breakfast buffet is included in the price of your room.
The comfortable armchairs in our bar offer the perfect place to while away the evening with a glass of wine or a freshly poured beer. Join your colleagues or other guests to watch the latest football matches and other sporting events on the big-screen TV with Sky Sports. The bar also offers a variety of snacks and light bites.» Continue to gastronomy
Conferences at the H4 Hotel Leipzig
Conference centre offering a range of amenities
Spread out over more than 1000 sqm, the H4 Hotel Leipzig offers a conference centre suitable for a variety of events. It is linked to the rest of the hotel via an illuminated walkway. Fifteen event spaces offer the perfect surroundings for anything from an intimate meeting to larger-scale events. Rooms can be cleverly combined to accommodate banquets for up to 650 people or film screenings for up to 900 people.» To the meeting area
Places of interest near the H4 Hotel Leipzig
Leipzig Zoo and “Gondwana Land”
Leipzig Zoo has one of the richest traditions of any zoo in Germany. It is home to over 900 species of animal. Marvel at the largest great ape facility in the world and Europe’s largest tropical hall, “Gondwana Land”. There are also playgrounds and a restaurant area for those all-important breaks. You will need about 20 minutes to get here from the H4 Hotel Leipzig.» Continue to location & surroundings
Monument to the Battle of the Nations - 300,000 tonnes of stone
The Monument to the Battle of the Nations (Völkerschlachtdenkmal) is a reminder of the 1813 battle. At 91 metres, it is one of the largest memorials in Europe. Visitors are impressed by the Ruhmeshalle pantheon and its guard statues, and the domed ceiling decorated with 324 almost life-sized equestrian paintings. You can drive here in around 15 minutes from the H4 Hotel Leipzig.
The Thomaskirche and the “Thomanerchor”
The Thomaskirche dates back to the 15th century, and is famous worldwide for its former choirmaster, Johann Sebastian Bach, as well as the “Thomanerchor”, or St. Thomas Choir. The church’s exterior is characterised above all by its Renaissance tower. Inside the church is Bach’s final resting place. The Thomanerchor performs here regularly. The church is just a 20-minute drive from the H4 Hotel Leipzig.
The Grassi Museum - three museums in one
The Grassi Museum houses the Ethnography Museum (Museum für Völkerkunde), the Applied Arts Museum (Museum für Angewandte Kunst), and the Musical Instruments Museum (Museum für Musikinstrumente). The complex was built from 1925 to 1929 and, like some of the exhibition spaces, is designed in the “Neue Sachlichkeit” (New Objectivity) and “Art Deco” styles. The museum complex is just a 20-minute drive from the .H4 Hotel Leipzig.
Cotton Mill Arts Centre (Kunstzentrum Baumwollspinnerei)
The Leipzig cotton mill in Lindenau was once one of the largest cotton mills in continental Europe, and today houses a mix of artists, designers and artisans. Eleven galleries and 100 studios, such as those of Neo Rauch, Rosa Loy and Tilo Baumgärtel, invite you to take a tour. It is approximately 30 minutes’ drive from the H4 Hotel Leipzig.» Continue to attractions