Royal International Leipzig
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal International Leipzig
This hotel is spacious and roomy. There is no air conditioning and when we visited (July) it was almost unbearably hot in the evenings making it difficult to fall asleep. The internet is very unreliable in the rooms (wifi) and although the hotel claims to have a computer available for guests to use it is located in the bar which is not always open (for example, not at all on Sunday or Monday). The bathroom was clean and perfectly satisfactory. Good breakfast and great to have a kitchenette in the room.
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