Elegant hotel complex in the centre
From spring 2020, the new Hyperion Hotel Leipzig will welcome you centrally and directly at Leipzig Central Station. In this hotel complex full of character, 189 rooms for business travellers, conference participants, trade fair visitors and city travellersare being built. Elegant comfort characterises the sophisticated interior.
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Directly in the city centre and "with a rail connection"
It could hardly be more central: The immediate proximity to the train station makes the Hyperion Hotel Leipzig ideal for an overnight stay in Leipzig if you want to explore the city centre on foot or take public transport to the trade fair or the Red Bull Arena Leipzig. The nearest stops for the railway, suburban rail, long-distance buses, buses and trams are not far away.» Location & Surroundings
Explore with the Hyperion Hotel Leipzig
a concentrated load of culture and education
Passing the “Schwanenteich” and the Opera House, you can reach “Augustusplatz”in a few minutes from the Hyperion Hotel Leipzig. As one of the largest squares in Germany, it is surrounded by the Opera House, the “Gewandhaus” and the modern university buildings. In the City Tower – the former “Weisheitszahn” of the university – there is a panorama restaurant and a viewing platform.» Attractions
following in Goethe's footsteps
Leipzig's most famous restaurant awaits you in the “Mädler-Passage” near the market square. Goethe liked to sit in “Auerbachs Keller” and set a literary monument to the wine bar in his “Faust”. The entrance to the cellar is flanked by Mephisto, Faust and the students in person – made of bronze. The walk from the Hyperion Hotel Leipzig to the city centre takes about ten minutes.
St. Thomas Church
Home to Bach and the "Thomanerchor"
The “Thomaskirche“ is the former domain of the composer Johann Sebastian Bach and the home of the “Thomanerchor”, which was founded in 1212. The church, consecrated in 1496, has warm colours and a decorative ribbed vault. The famous boys' choir sings regularly to the weekly motets. Travelling here from the Hyperion Hotel Leipzig takes 15 minute by foot.» Attractions
worth-seeing building for things worth seeing
The “Grassimuseum” – named after the merchant Franz Dominic Grassi, who made the building possible – was built at the beginning of the 20th century in the style of the New Objectivity and Art Déco. Visit the “Museum Angewandte Kunst”, the Museum of Ethnology or the Museum of Musical Instruments. Travelling here from the Hyperion Hotel Leipzig takes less than 15 minutes by foot.
Monument to the Battle of the Nations
a monument of superlatives
91 meters high, 300,000 tons of building material and 500 steps to the viewing platform: The Monument to the Battle of the Nations in Leipzig against Napoleon's troops is an impressive reminder of the more than 90,000 dead from October 1813. The “Ruhmeshalle” and the museum are also worth seeing. Travelling here from the Hyperion Hotel Leipzig takes about 15 minutes by car or ten minutes by suburban railway from the train station.