4-star comfort with breakfast
The centrally-located, wheelchair accessible H+ Hotel Leipzig offers 4-star comfort in 122 rooms and suites. A breakfast from the buffet will get your day off to a great start, and you can bring your day to a sociable end in the hotel bar.» Hotel tour
Rooms with wifi and Sky TV
The 122 air-conditioned rooms and suites in the H+ Hotel Leipzig are located in the seventh and eight floor, as is the whole hotel, which means it is very quiet, with great views. High-quality beds, free wifi and SKY TV, as well as a minibar and blackout blinds, guarantee your comfort. Extra beds are available in all rooms.» Show rooms
Central location, well-connected
The H+ Hotel Leipzig is located on the eastern edge of the city centre, near the Grassi Museum and the Alter Johannisfriedhof cemetery. You can get to the main train station and the exhibition centre really quickly, thanks to excellent links to the public transport network. You can walk to the city centre in around ten minutes.» Location & Surroundings
Gesamtbewertung der Hotelgäste für das H+ Hotel Leipzig
“Pleasant city location”
Past guests say the H+ Hotel Leipzig is a “well-run 4-star hotel, with a pleasant atmosphere in a city location”. The “helpful staff”, the clean rooms, the “very good breakfast” and the “good parking” all add to the overall picture: A hotel you “can recommend to friends!”
Find out for yourself!
Augustusplatz – big city square, big houses, big events
As one of the biggest city squares in Germany, Augustusplatz is the location for music and sports events, the Christmas market and other festivals. As well as the Oper, the Gewandhaus and the City Hochhaus, this is also the site of the MDR “Kubus” and the new university buildings. It take about ten minutes to walk here from the H+ Hotel Leipzig.» Attractions
Nikolaikirche Church – The heart of the peaceful revolution of 1989
The Romanesque Nikolaikirche Church is one of the oldest churches in the city. The interior is designed in the classical style. In 1989, the Nikolaikirche was the starting point for the “Monday Demonstrations” and thus the peaceful revolution in the GDR. You will need about 15 minutes to walk here from the H+ Hotel Leipzig.
Mädler Passage – A prime example of Leipzig exhibition architecture
The Mädler-Passage, which was built between 1912 and 1914 and modelled on Milan, is a prime example of the commercial courtyards formerly used for the Leipzig Messe trade fair. Here you will find over 20 stores, a cabaret theatre group and the Goethe restaurant “Auerbachs Keller”. You can get there on foot in a quarter of an hour from the H+ Hotel Leipzig.
Deutsche Bücherei – A hoard of knowledge with museum
Along with the Deutsche Bibliothek in Frankfurt, the Deutsche Bücherei (German Library), founded in 1912, form the “German National Library” with a stock of over 30 million books. The German book and written word museum displays valuable exhibits form the cultural world of books. You can walk here from the H+ Hotel Leipzig in 20 minutes, through the Friedenspark.
Gohliser Schlösschen Castle - a Rococo jewel
Gohliser Schlösschen was built in the Rococo style in 1755/56, and the ballroom was designed by Adam Friedrich Oeser. In the garden, you can look forward to a café, and guided tours are available. The Schiller House is very nearby, with a memorial and historic cottage garden. It takes about ten minutes to drive here from the H+ Hotel Leipzig.» Location & Surroundings