Spacious rooms and free WiFi
The Days Inn Leipzig Messe has 54 double and single rooms, each measuring 23 square metres. Guests are offered a choice of standard rooms, apartments and a junior suite equipped with kitchenette.
For added comfort, all rooms feature a walk-in wardrobe and underfloor heating. WiFi access is provided throughout.
B&B hotel with varied breakfast buffet
A well-balanced breakfast buffet, including hot and cold, sweet and savoury dishes, is served on a daily basis in the breakfast restaurant.
During daytime and evening hours, the hotel bar is also open to guests.
Seminar room with roof terrace for 50 guests
Small conferences, presentations and seminars for up to 50 guests can be held in the hotel's conference room. The 125-square-metre room on the fourth floor of the building lets in plenty of natural daylight, but can be darkened for presentation
purposes. One of the highlights for conference delegates is the roof terrace accessible from the meeting room. The breakfast restaurant can also be hired for festivities and seminars. Services provided include modern conference equipment and WiFi.
Leipzig exhibition centre on the doorstep
Leipzig is one of the fastest-growing cities in Germany and one of the world's oldest exhibition venues. The Days Inn Hotel Leipzig Messe is situated in the district of Wiederitzsch in the north of the city, only 800 metres from the exhibition grounds
and the Congress Center Leipzig (CCL). A tram and suburban railway system within walking distance of the hotel provides access to the city centre and its historic quarter in as little as 15 minutes. Leipzig Halle LEJ Airports half an hour away.
Culture, eating out and sightseeing
Leipzig is not only famous for its thriving cultural and artistic landscape, but also has a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing and shopping. The city centre with its historic quarter, opera house and Nikolaikirche (St. Nikolas Church), is 15-minutes by tram away,
as is Auerbachs Keller - the tavern that owes its fame to Goethe's work "Faust". A 15-minute ride on the railway takes visitors to the historic street known as "Barfußgässchen", featuring countless restaurants, cafés and bistros