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Leipzig: Bach info and accommodations, etc.

I would love to have the list's advice on how to get the best Bach experience out of a trip to Leipzig, and also accommodations, restaurants, and etc. I'm having trouble finding good hotel information.

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We were there last year and we will be returning again this summer as well. Most of the hotels are American companies which have come in to provide job opportunities since the unification. We typically don't stay in American hotels when we travel abroad, however, we stayed at the Radisson and we were very pleased, enough to return again this year. I think this would be your best bet as the rooms are very clean and exceptionally modern and up to date. Restaurants are very good and within walking distance of the hotel. The Altstadt (Old City) is right across the street and the train station is walkable... about 1/2 mile. The train station is a very large mall inside on three floors.
The Radisson sits across from the TV station/music can't miss the tower. The city is under major expansion and revitalization.