Steigenberger GrandHotel Leipzig

Leipzig Hotel
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Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts
Total meeting space600 sq. m
Guest rooms177
Salzgaesschen 6
Leipzig 04109

Steigenberger GrandHotel Leipzig

Leipzig Hotel
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Travelers Choice Award 2017 at tripadvisor Sunny Heart Award 2016 Thomas Cook Holiday Quality Selection 2014/2015/2016 Gold Award Award of Excellence 2014 Guest Review Award 2016


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Staging area

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space600 sq. m
Meeting rooms7
Largest room120 sq. m
Second largest room120 sq. m
Space (Private)4,790 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms177



Local Attractions

Leipzig Zoo

15 minutes away
Pfaffendorfer Str. 29
Leipzig, DE 04105

Panometer - Wall Panorama: Leipzig 1813

4 km away
Napoleon’s retreat – observed from the tower of St. Thomas Church For the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Nations at Leipzig, Yadegar Asisi decided to explore the historical event through his art. In October 1813, an estimated 600,000 soldiers fought in front of the gates of the Saxon city and centre of trade. Allied troops from all over Europe - including Austria, Prussia, Russia and Sweden – defeated Napoleon and his French army here, helping to bring Napoleon’s campaign to an end. Asisi’s portrayal of LEIPZIG 1813, however, is not a panoramic view of the battle. Instead, he approaches this turning point in European history from the perspective of the citizens of Leipzig. He focuses on the people who lived behind the city walls during the war from normal citizens to soldiers and sutlers, as well as war casualties and refugees caught up in a desperate situation.
Richard-Lehmann-Straße 114
Leipzig, DE 04275


5 minutes away
The Gewandhaus stages almost 700 events per year, attracting half a million visitors. In addition to the extensive range of concerts that forms the backbone of the schedule, the Gewandhaus plays host to a diverse spectrum of other functions, such as conferences, congresses, ceremonial events and receptions. The iconic Gewandhaus, the present building being the third to bear this name, is particularly renowned for the orchestra for which it is home, the illustrious Gewandhausorchester. The Gewandhaus promotes approximately 250 classical concerts each season: Große Concerte with the Gewandhaus Orchestra, chamber, choral and organ concerts, music festivals (for instance the annual Mendelssohn Festival and the International Mahler Festival in 2011), the Audio Invasion and many more. The Gewandhaus's concert season is complemented by a diverse and innovative programme of music education and outreach projects. The Gewandhaus is an attractive venue not only due to its international kudos but also on account of the diversity and flexibility of the halls and spaces available for hire, the technical facilities on offer, the highly motivated and experienced Event Service team and, not least, the unique atmosphere of this treasured location. The Sponsors' Club (comprising, among others, international heavyweights such as DHL and Porsche) and the two Leagues of Friends support the Gewandhaus's work in a large variety of different forms.
Augustusplatz 8
Leipzig, DE 04109

St. Thomas Church

5 minutes away
The St. Thomas Church is one of 2 houses of worship in Leipzig’s city center. Home of the St. Thomas Boys Choir and a place of musical creativity; it is also the final resting place of the famous St. Thomas Cantor, Johann Sebastian Bach. The St. Thomas Church dates back to the 12th Century. It was here in 1409 that the University of Leipzig was founded. From 1492 to 1496, the church had the form of a late Gothic hall church. It was also here in 1539 that Martin Luther preached the implementation of the Reformation. For the last 800 years, the St. Thomas Boys Choir has been singing here. Today, visitors from all over the world come to Leipzig to observe church services in the St. Thomas Church, hear a motet from the St. Thomas Boys Choir, or to take pleasure in concerts and organ music.
Thomaskirchhof 18
Leipzig, DE 04109

Distance from airport

  • 18 km from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking€25.00 / day


The Steigenberger Grandhotel Handelshof is located right in the city centre. A new modern style hotel is situated behind the splendid historical facade of the former city market place in Leipzig city centre. The hotel also boasts 6 combinable function rooms & 1 board room between 30 m² and 232 m². The hotel consists of 177 guest rooms which are completely furnished with various amenities.

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