Retreat to The Westin Leipzig, located in the heart of one of Germanys most famous cities. Linked to names like Johann Sebastian Bach, Richard Wagner, Felix Mendelssohn, and Robert Schumann, Leipzig is world-renowned for its annual music festivals and spectacular Leipzig Opera House.
Featuring a beautiful design that combines both local history and contemporary European décor, The Westin Leipzig offers a variety of thoughtful services. Relax by Leipzigs largest hotel swimming pool or reinvigorate your mind, body, and soul at our fitness center. We feature massage services, RunWESTIN™ featuring the Running Concierge for guided runs three times a week, and a Fitness Bar serving fresh squeezed juices and fresh salads.
Our modern guest rooms offer you a fascinating view of the city of Leipzig. Our beautifully appointed junior suites and suites each feature our signature Westin Heavenly® Bedfor a relaxing nights sleep. Refresh in one of our marble bathrooms with a separate shower and soaking tub. We offer wireless High Speed Internet Access (for a fee) in all guest rooms, public areas, and conference rooms.
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The Amenities listed in this description represent the amenities available in all guest rooms in the hotel
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
24 hour room service
Audio visual equipment
AM/FM alarm clock
Hairdryer in room
Nearby points of interest
Old Town Hall: 0.2 mi
Railway Service: 0.3 mi
Leutzsch: 2.7 mi
Connewitz: 3.1 mi
Grosszschocher: 3.6 mi
Paunsdorf: 3.7 mi
International influences are evident in Restaurant GUSTO’s creative cuisine, distinguished by its range of fresh, seasonal dishes. With seating for approximately 25 people, this venue can be booked for business and private occasions.
For a meal intrinsically linked to the hotel’s traditions and Japanese origins, allow the professional sushi masters at YAMATO Restaurant to serve up freshly prepared tastes on a teppanyaki table.
SHINTO Bar & Lounge
From the early morning to late into the night, SHINTO Bar & Lounge—conveniently situated in the hotel lobby—serves refreshing cocktails as well as small snacks and classic drinks.
Energize with a balanced breakfast of SuperFoodsRx™ at Restaurant BRÜHL. Host an intimate lunch or dinner in this contemporary venue, upon request and reservation, Restaurant BRÜHL is available for private parties and business events.
FALCO Bar & Lounge
Enjoy a cocktail prior to dining or savor a whiskey afterward as you take in the view at FALCO Bar & Lounge.
Gourmet Restaurant FALCO
Enjoy memorable dining at Gourmet Restaurant FALCO, located on the 27th-floor with breathtaking city views. Its award-winning cuisine perfectly pairs with distinguished wines from our walk-in wine cabinet.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
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The Westin Leipzig is a nice place with very friendly staff, a beautiful lobby, and with an efficient business air to it.
I immediately wasn't crazy about the fact that no Internet access was available for anything less than 15 euros a day, but
this is an unfortunately common staple of "high end" hotels, so I wasn't overly surprised. The fact that the advertised pool amenity also has a special pay per use surchage did surprise me though, and not in a good way. Give it another five years and this hotel will be charging for use of in-room towels.
Its location is a rock solid B. It's quite close to the central train station, which is very convenient, but getting to anything interesting from it generally requires crossing some busy and not-particularly-pedestrian-friendly roads. Its immediate vicinity is fairly sterile and mostly devoid of anything interesting.
The rooms were clean, but small. They had a "master switch" near the entrance instead of the more European-typical key card slot, which was nice, because at least I could charge my laptop while I was out of the room.
Leipzig is quite a beautiful city, so I'd very much recommend staying at something a little lively and inside the city center (which is possible at similar price points to the Westin). That said, if you're just looking for a bed with reasonable cleanliness and helpful staff, the Westin isn't a bad choice.
Polite and professional staff. However, the hotel chain need to come up to speed in providing what their North American counterparts provide in rooms. Iron and ironing boards, alarm clocks, 110-240 volts, round and flat pins are necessities and
not luxury. Come on this is the information age, provide 1-5 computers with internet access to your clientele for free. Its good business.
Centrally located within easy walking distance of the Hauptbahnhof - the main train station. The city's streetcar hub is right at the main station, also, so you can easily get to just about anywhere in Leipzig. It's important to note that the
train station is nothing like what might come to mind if you think of main train stations in the U.S. It is clean, safe, and has two sublevels of bright, attractive shops and clean, comfortable, and affordable food stores and restaurants. It even has a post office!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
There is a transit information hub across the street from the main train station, to the right of the little park. You can get one-day transit passes ("tageskartes"), maps, and helpful advice in English. The day passes for the streetcars are a big money saver.