A snippet

of Plattling`s history

Grandma Franziska Hotel Liebl Bahnhofsplatz Plattling Lower Bavaria The first house on the square in Plattling
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Where hospitality is a tradition ...

... it also has FUTURE

Hotel Liebl has been one of the most beautiful addresses in Lower Bavaria for many years. Founded in 1920 by Johann Liebl, the hotel was one of the first hotels with running water, central heating, down duvets, electric light and silver cutlery.

Over the years, the Zizlsperger family established a lovingly designed and personally run hotel where guests can feel at home at all times.

Johann Liebl
Johann Liebl

Katharina Liebl
Katharina Liebl

Grandma Franziska
Grandma Franziska

Ballroom around 1930
Ballroom around 1930

Guest parlour around 1954
Guest parlour around 1954 

Josef + Heidemarie Zizlsperger (née Liebl)
Josef + Heidemarie Zizlsperger (née Liebl)

  • In 1906, Johann and Katharina Liebl came to Plattling with their two sons Johann and Josef. They bought the Veitl restaurant and extended the building to its current size.
  • In 1945, the hotel suffered severe damage when the railway station was bombed. It then served as a billet for American soldiers during the war.
  • In 1947, Johann Liebl Jr. was able to take over the very rundown building again and, with a great deal of hard work and energy, restored it to a renowned hotel with a restaurant and hall.
  • 1954 Remodelling of the restaurant
  • 1960 Reconstruction of bedrooms and bathrooms
  • 1990 Owner Heidi Zizlsperger née Liebl, remodelling of kitchen, reception, new bathrooms, new plumbing, sauna, fitness.
  • 2014 Daughter Birgit Weinzierl takes over the management
  • 2018 Renovation of restaurant, breakfast room, new rooms and bathrooms

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