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The Top 7 Hotels In Leipzig, Germany

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Updated: 9 February 2017
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With its emerging arts and music scene, Leipzig is one of Germany‘s up-and-coming cities. Located only about an hour away from Berlin, it makes for an excellent destination for a weekend trip. Yet, scoring the right accommodations is essential for making the visit worthwhile. For this, we can help. Here are the top seven hotels in Leipzig.

Hotel Fregehaus

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Hotel Fregehaus is a high-class boutique hotel situated in a cheerful historic 16th-century townhouse that formerly belonged to a wealthy merchant, located near the city center. For art lovers looking to travel in style, Hotel Fregehaus is an excellent option as it is also set in proximity to Leipzig’s best galleries including the Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig. The tasteful rooms feature high ceilings, timber floors, and are replete with period architectural details, making a stay here an immersive experience in itself. The hotel also has a private courtyard that is the ideal refuge for passing a serene afternoon in the sunshine.
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Hotel Fürstenhof

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For those looking for something ritzy, be sure to check out Hotel Fürstenhof, which is located in a splendid 18th-century building near the Leipzig Zoo. Here, bathrooms are clad in marble, and suites include balconies that provide phenomenal views of the city. Hotel Fürstenhof also contains a decorous piano bar and luxury spa along with a wine bar, Vinothek, and the gourmet Restaurant Villers. In addition to its rich history as a reputable accommodation for Leipzig’s wealthier travelers, Hotel Fürstenhof is also known for its commitment to environmental sustainability, making it one of the more forward-thinking hotels of its kind.
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Pentahotel Leipzig

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Pentahotel Leipzig offers a more mod brand of luxury through its sleek décor and designer amenities. Some of the most noteworthy elements of the hotel are its trendy restaurant and loft-style lounge, dressed in urban industrial accents. Pentahotel Leipzig also contains an indoor pool and fully functional fitness center complete with a hot tub and sauna. Rooms are decorated in art deco style, giving them a dramatic, sophisticated air that is unrivaled anywhere else in the city. Pentahotel is situated within walking distance of many different major cultural attractions including Leipzig’s opera house and concert hall, along with many of the city’s galleries, shopping areas, and nightlife hubs.
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Steigenberger Grand Hotel

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The stunning Steigenberger Grand Hotel is housed in a large sand-colored building with a Mediterranean vibe located a short distance from Leipzig Markt Station in the heart of downtown Leipzig. Highlights of this hotel are its French Brasserie Le Grand and the glowing contemporary atrium bar. There is also a wellness center that offers massages and contains a Finnish sauna. Expect spacious rooms decorated in glamorous style that offer views of the surrounding city or of the lush courtyard. Here, guests can expect classic service and timeless luxury combined with modern aesthetics.
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Seaside Park Hotel Leipzig

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Seaside Park Hotel Leipzig is conveniently located just a short walk from Leipzig Central Station, and it is close to the St. Nicholas Church among other popular attractions around the city. Its 1930s aesthetic charm is enough to entice anyone to spend an evening here. The interior is dressed in glitzy style with blue textiles and richly toned wood. Rooms come with all the fixings including flat screen TVs and minibars. The attached bistro-style restaurant specializes in steakhouse eats. There is a gym and business meeting rooms inside, along with complimentary breakfast each morning.
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Hotel Paris Syndrom

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For something a bit more avant-garde, try Hotel Paris Syndrom. It is part of the Gallery of Contemporary Art, and Taiwanese artist Jun Yang designed it. The modern studio is decorated with colorful, hand-selected designer décor, including a bright yellow staircase and crystalline chandeliers along with furniture by Charles Eames. Indeed, each room doubles as an installation space complete with original artworks. Expect high ceilings and exciting details everywhere you turn. Rooms also include kitchenettes and other essentials like complimentary Wi-Fi. Located near Johanapark, Hotel Paris Syndrom provides an unforgettable boutique hotel experience for an unparalleled price.
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Book Hotel Leipzig

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Book Hotel Leipzig is undoubtedly the coziest spot on our list, and it is certainly quite intriguing, too. Just as its name dictates, the hotel’s décor is focused on literature. The interior designers behind this setup creatively incorporated books at every turn. In fact, even the exterior is demarcated with books! The rooms themselves are simple and outfitted with floor to ceiling windows and all the usual amenities. Dogs are also welcome for a fee. The common areas are furnished with antique and vintage pieces, and bookshelves line the dining area where a substantial breakfast spread is served each morning.
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