Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
On arriving a pleasant surprisePosted Jul 28, 2014
Pros: Room was spacious, clean and had everything one would need.
Was pleasantly surprised by this hotel - although a little way from the main Leipzig streets - 3 tram stops - it was a very good hotel.
for Couplesby Donghyek Lim from New York
great hotel for the pricePosted May 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
good price free parking place just at the entrance of the hotel. great location clean kind personnel reasonable price. wonderful
for Business Travelersby mcornhouse from London
Mercure hotel LeipzigPosted Apr 7, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel is tired and is in serious need of renovation. The hotel was clean and the breakfast was good. Unfortunately my credit card was charged twice so I have been left with a negative view of the hotel.
for Everyoneby ray from wslnut creek
Almost everything you needPosted Dec 8, 2013
The rooms are well appointed and clean, the staff is friendly. The sauna and spa is nice. The fitness area is very limited just a couple of machines. The rate was good. The location is a bit further from the main shopping area but it is within walking distance.
for Business Travelersby Keith from Ann Arbor
Good central locationPosted Sep 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very convenient to the business area and downtown for evenings.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Mercure hotel LeipzigPosted Sep 2, 2013
Very comfortable room in a reasonably central location. Staff helpful and friendly.
I had to sleep in the bathtubPosted Nov 2, 2012 on Hotels.com
At my late arrival, the small bar area had a large noisy crowd. The desk clerk was on a call and did not acknowledge me until he was done chatting. He was aloof. I asked NOT to be in a room near noise like from the bar. He replied sarcastically "The room, 201, is on floor two", . It was, at the front edge of the building, in a spot that stuck out from the building at the intersection of two very busy cut through roads. Under my room was an echo chamber with no room under it, and just above the entrance to the right, so I got all that noise as well. The exterior wall was paper thin. I am a seasoned traveller, and can sleep on trains, planes, in hostels, and during hurricanes and earthquakes. I could not, however, sleep in this room. I asked for a change but was told there were no other rooms available. I took the bedding and placed it in the tub and closed the bathroom door. It was the only spot where the roar was not deafening. The next day I asked for earplugs. NIght two was not much better, even with the plugs. At 4AM I awoke and went to use the complementary computer. At around 5AM a guy can in screaming at me in German with a harsh look on his face. I told him that I did not understand German. In broken English he scolded "YOU CAME IN OFF THE STREET!!!! I showed him my door key and told him I was in a room that I could not sleep in. He said "sorry" closed the door and left. Night 3 I was so tired. and with other aids, I finally got some sleep.
for Couplesby Irish
Nice Hotel, but no air conditioningPosted Aug 1, 2012 on Hotels.com
Almost everything was good about this hotel, but it is a little bit outside the main centre of the city - only 5 mins walk, but a very quiet area. Our only other issue was the heat - the room had no A/C (which I'm normally quite happy to avoid), but on a hot night in mid-summer it was very hard to sleep even with the window fully open.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Savannah GA
Great place to stayPosted Oct 6, 2011
They even provided a fan! Downside was the breakfast is really expensive...16 Euros per person...outrageous.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Toronto, ON
Nice hotelPosted Jul 13, 2011
We only stayed here two days, but it was a very pleasant stay. The staff was quite nice and equally willing and able to either speak English or put up with our terrible German. Instead of a double bed we had two twins pushed together, which is apparently normal in Europe but very inconvenient. Do most European couples not like each other very much? They should at least latch the beds together somehow, so that the person who ends up sleeping in the crack doesn't find themselves gradually sliding down toward the floor as the two beds drift slowly apart in the night. We had breakfast delivered to our room both mornings and it was very good. There was quite a lot of food and the scrambled eggs were amazing.