We visited Leipzig only in order to see the Völkershclachtdenkmal, so this was the logical place to stay. The hotel is 100 years old, and is furnished as such, but it's very clean and doesn't seem run-down in any way (except perhaps for the strange little alley where the entrance is located).
The hotel is quite a way outside of the city centre, but easily reached by tram, which stops just a short distance away. It's close to a park, the Völkerschlachtdenkmal and a very large, very serene old cemetery, which looks more like a park than the nearby park does!
The staff is friendly and breakfast was good - the normal fare of bread, cheese, cold meats, cereals, yogurt and juice you find at any hotel in Germany.
There is a great Greek restaurant on the ground floor of the same building.
The room was surprisingly large and filled with antique furniture.More
- Free Wifi