Days Inn by Wyndham Leipzig City Centre

Spacious city hotel in Leipzig for longer stays

In a quiet street, only a few minutes walk from the centre of Leipzig lies the Days Inn by Wyndham Hotel Leipzig City Centre. With 72 rooms, some of which are exceptionally spacious, and a breakfast room, the hotel is particularly well suited for longer stays in the city.

There is sufficient parking infront of the Days Inn by Wyndham Hotel Leipzig City Centre and in the immediate vicinity. An internet terminal in the lobby and WiFi in the communal areas of the hotel are also included in the hotel's interior facilities.

Spacious rooms in the city

72 large and spacious apartments and rooms are available in the Days Inn by Wyndham Leipzig City Centre Hotel: Standard rooms measure around 27 square metres; the 21 apartments, some of which have seperate bedrooms,

are up to 72 square metres in size. All rooms are equipped with radio, sattellite TV, WiFi and telephone and also have a mini bar. Along with comfortable seating and a functional desk, most rooms also come with a balcony. 

A healthy and balanced breakfast

Days Inn by Wyndham Leipzig City Centre offers fresh baked goods as well as a comprehensive buffet of sliced meats and cheese specialities. 

Breakfast cereals, a variety of dairy products and egg dishes are also available. 

Optimum quiet location in the city centre

Days Inn by Wyndham Leipzig City Centre Hotel lies in a quiet side street in the heart of Leipzig city centre. Guests can walk to the Market Square in Leipzig city centre in less than ten minutes. Destinations further afield can also be reached with ease: only 500 

metres from the hotel there is a tram stop. There is sufficient parking around the hotel. Leipzig main train station is 1.5 kilometres away from the hotel and the Leipzig Trade Fair grounds are ten kilometres away. 

 Tangible, appreciable history

Days Inn by Wyndham Leipzig City Centre Hotel is located in the centre of Leipzig. Right on the doorstep of the hotel is the Church of St. Nicholas, an epicentre of German history: it was here that the silent Monday demonstrations paved the way for the German 

reunification. On the other side of the city centre, only a five minute walk away, sits the Church of St. Thomas, which Johann Sebastian Bach supervised as choirmaster. The Thomaner (church choir) still give regular concerts to this day.