BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Leipziger Hof

Address: Defreggerstrasse 13, Innsbruck, Tirol, Austrian Alps, 6020, Austria | 4 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Leipziger Hof Innsbruck

    Loved Innsbruck


    We got a very good deal on this hotel thorugh innsbruck tourim dept. The package included the Innsbruck card and was really well priced.

    The person at front desk was extremely helpful and eager to help.

    The hotel is at walkable distance from the main station and the old town. Shopping is also very close by.

    Rooms were quite large and were very modern. We had a beautiful view of the Alps from our room.

    Breakfast was good and there was complimentary coffee at the lobby at All times.

    I would definitely recommend this place to anyone.

    We liked this hotel


    My brother and I stayed here for one night, Sept 26, 2006, on our way to Salzburg. It is located next to a small but attractive park and near a tram stop. The tram provides transport to the central station and the downtown area. The staff were friendly and helpful and seemed delighted to answer any questions we had about the city. Our room was on the 4th floor and faced the street, which was busy until about 11 pm and again beginning about 7. We left the windows open as it was not a cold night. The room was small but comfortable. Everything worked fine in the bathroom. Nearby was an indoor swimming pool (cost was 5,80 E) and gym, which refreshed us. Also close by was an indoor mall where I downloaded my photos onto 2 disks (took about 30 minutes, cost 8 E). The old downtown area is attractive, though everything began closing early. The day was cloudy so we did not have a chance to see the mountains :(

    Had a wonderful stay


    Stayed here for two nights with my husband and five year old daughter . This hotel has so much atmosphere and is wonderfully decorated . Must say that the 3 inch snow that covered the whole town added to the atmosphere . Very friendly and helpful guy at the reception . Superb breakfast and there is a seperate restaurant for dinner , very nice but quite pricey . We were on the top floor and had a superb view of the Alps and the beautiful park in front of the hotel . Room was not huge but comfortable for the 3 of us . A bit out of the old town , but the tram station is about 100 metres from the entrance . Do invest in the Innsbruck card which is sold at reception , it covers entry to all the museums , castle and include two cable car rides as well as public transport . I will most definately stay here again.

    Friendly hotel near to the centre


    Used this hotel for a stopover. Friendly staff, clean rooms and 15 mins walk from centre. A little noisy if you are not used to trams running outside, but the double glazing helped. The restaurant is closed on Sundays so had to walk into the centre to eat - reception gave us a map but no recommendations. Breakfast was self service with a wide choice. Directions to find the hotel were clear - but watch the trams!

    Charming Hotel, Esp for a Chain


    We enjoyed the Leipzigerhof and found it to be convenient to everything for a couple traveling largely on foot and rail. The room was a bit small, but had all the comforts we'd expect for what I thought was a reasonable price. The park across the street from the hotel was picturesque. Worked for us!

    Ok hotel, but over-priced


    I found the Best Western Parkhotel Leipzigerhof a rather average hotel compared to the price I paid (135 Euros).

    On the plus side, the breakfast is really nice, one of the best I have had in a European hotel. The rooms are comfortable, and the bathrooms modern, though small. The staff is polite to friendly.

    On the negative side, the location is not so great. On their website they boast that everything of note is a short walking distance away from their hotel. In reality, the heart of the old town is at least a 25-minute walk away (unless you jog). Basically the hotel is on the 'wrong' side of the train station, towards the new town. If you are a visitor with a short time in Innsbruck, you would be better off staying closer to the old town. This hotel is probably better for business travelers.

    Wonderful stay at Leipziger Hof


    My family and I had an enjoyable stay at the Leipziger Hof. We had the pleasure of staying in a wonderful suite that was very comfortable for 4 people. Best of all the staff were VERY friendly. Excellent customer service and they were very accomodating to children. Two thumbs up!

    Great Hotel near Rail Station


    I have stayed at the Hotel Leipzigerhof 4 times innthe past 10 years. Each visit is enjoyable the rooms are great, along with the food. Great Kitchen for Breakfast, lunch and Dinner. City park across the street, and hotel has a lunch time bar/menu there where you can sit and relax.. After your morning walk, stroll, or trip into the city, its a great palce to just sit back and relax Rail station is 5 minute walk, or you can take one of the Innsbruck Trams that will stop half block from the Hotel, and drop you off in front of the Rail Station. SillPark Mall is withing walking distance,what ever you are lokking formthey have it there.

    Staff will bend over backwards to make your stay an enjpyable one at the Hotel Leipzigerhof.

    A failry nice hotel


    We had trouble finding a hotel in Innsbruck and discoverd the Best Western Parkhotel Leipzig on tiscover.The rate was fairly high and we thought it would probably be the best hotel we would stay at on our trip. We arrived very early and the nice staff allowed us to check in. She pointd to us that the breakfast area was behind us and we could eat there in the mornings if we wanted to.She gave us a map of the city and then directed us to our rom. We went to the elevator but it was broken. We were on the next floor up so we just carried our luggage up. The hallways were dark, but we found our room ok.The rooms were nice and very clean. The rooms were fairly large. There were two twin beds pushed together and a large desk and chair sat in the corner.The TV had many channels to choose from. The bathroom was nice. It had a shower with a hairdryer, personal products, etc.The website makes the hotel look nicer than what it is. Overall, the location was good and I would stay here again.Becareful if you check in early like we did. After she told us where the breakfast area was, we had breakfast. She later charged us 10 euros a piece for breakfast "on arrival".

    TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Leipziger Hof Innsbruck

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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