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Welcome to the heart of Leipzig.

The Renaissance building, which is part of the boutique hotel, is the oldest building in Leipzig that is still inhabitable. Located directly next to St Thomas’s Church and the Bach Monument, the Townhouse stands for style and class. The newly constructed rear building opens out onto the garden. Very quiet, very charming.


To the point

  • Prime city center location, next to St Thomas’s Church & the Bach Monument
  • 52 studios from 23 m² to 50 m²
  • The Breakfast Club – breakfast Hawaiian style, with large terrace on the churchyard
  • Fitness, sauna and relax area
  • Library in the Renaissance House
  • Garage nearby (direct loading/unloading area for cars)


Forget everything around you

The 49 Studios & Lofts and three extravagant Renaissance Suites are designed in light colors and with luxurious materials. Free high-speed wifi, air conditioning, comfortable beds and some equipped with kitchenettes, the rooms make your stay a perfect experience. You choose the view: garden or city.

In addition, a laundry service, a fitness area equipped with Hammer Strength and LifeFitness machines, a sauna, as well as the library in the Renaissance House, which invites you to relax, are available to all guests.

Exclusively for guests, there are additional areas available.

Fitness & Sauna

Power. Create. Relax.

Train with cardio equipment from LifeFitness, including a bike, cross trainer, treadmill, and weights. Everything for an effective workout. The Finnish sauna is ready for you and is enriched with fragrant oils. The Kneipp pool also provides the necessary cooling.

Fitness:  24/7


Hang Out

Leipzig combines the best of the past and the hippest of today. Whether nostalgic coffee house culture, cool bars, cultural highlights or a concert visit, everyone will find something to their taste here. Speaking of tastes, anyone visiting the city should also try the famous Leipziger Allerlei, a delicious vegetable dish made of young peas, carrots, asparagus, and morels, and ideally with crayfish.

In addition to the bars and restaurants around the Barfußgäßchen and the Moritzbastei cultural centre in the city centre, the Connewitz district is the address for night owls. Techno disciples from all over the world are drawn to the Distillery Club at weekends, and drum classes, theatre, discos, and international concerts take place on the grounds of Werk II.

Unusual souvenirs can be sought and found at the night flea market in Kohlrabizirkus.

Book a Stay

Leipzig caret-down

Arrival Thu 23 May

Departure Fri 24 May

Guests Per Room 01


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