The hisotry of the Hotel Pfandler
Family-run hotel with a long-standing tradition
Therese Huber (1867 â€“ 1952)â€š the daughter of the family running Gasthof Pfandler in Pertisau, married Johann Entner (1867 â€“ 1922) in the year 1900. He was son of the family who owned Gasthof Kirchenwirt in Munster.
From this marriage came 8 children:
- Johann. 1900 â€“ 1956 (Wiesenhof Pertisau)
- Ernst. 1904 - 1946 fallen in Yugoslavia
- Maria 1901 â€“ 1920
- Alois (Gasthaus Bierpeter in Bodensdorf on Lake Ossiach, Carinthia)
- Theresia 1905 â€“ 1997 married name HĂ¶dl (Pension Seerose, Pertisau)
- Anton 1906 â€“ 1990 (took over the familybusiness Gasthof Pfandler)
- Josef 1910 â€“ 1984 (Strandhotel Entner, Pertisau)
- Kreszenz (1910)
1906 - Therese Entner (born Huber) took over her parental home with her husband Johann. To use her own words: â€śJohann we could take over Pfandler. If you like it weâ€™ll stay. In Kirchenwirt your parents are always meddling.â€ť They stayed!
1922 - Therese bought the neighbouring estate â€śBauerâ€ť, todayâ€™s Wiesenhof. This property was taken over by their oldest son, Johann.
Anton Entner (b. 1906) took over his parental home Gasthof Pfandler in 1947 and developed it step-by-step into a hotel.
1954 - A permanent dining room was built replacing the veranda.
1961 - Anton had 18 hotel rooms with a shower and WC built onto the northern part of the building. These facilities, in this number, were very innovative at the time.
1970 â€“ An addition was built to house staff, in order to accommodate the still large discount store.
1972/1973 - Reconstruction of the 1st and 2nd floors as well as the attic floor created a total of 33 hotel rooms. In addition, an indoor swimming pool and sauna were constructed. Mr. Entner also established a new restaurant for the hotel guests. At this time the rooms that today are the Antonius â€śStubeâ€ť and Pfandler â€śStubeâ€ť were constructed.
1976 â€“ Renovation of the dining room. New rooms were furnished on the attic floor.
1981 - Remodelling of the ground floor takes place. A bar (todayâ€™s buffet room) and the reception as well as a â€śStubeâ€ť dining room with panelling were built.
1983 - Anton Entner Sr. builds a flat for his family in the hotel.
1985 - Expansive room reconstruction on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors (renovation of the addition from 1961).
1986 - In May, Anton Entner Jr. marries his wife Andrea (b. Kothgasser)
1987 - Birth of Markus Entner in July
1988 - Birth of Julia Entner in August
1989 - 11 new rooms in the southern part of the hotel building are developed.
2003 - New construction of the relaxation and massage rooms under the newly built terrace.
2006 - Large renovations characterised the autumn of this year. The most striking change was the hollowing out of the 1st floor, ground floor and basement on the western side. A few rooms were redecorated, a completely new kitchen was installed and generous storage areas were created. The former thoroughfare was given a basement and a new reception and bar were added on to the hotel lobby. Three new lifts and a second staircase were also built. The small discount store was reduced in size and since then has been run as a hotel shop with useful holiday items.
2007 - New construction and renovation of 10 suites (Pfandler, â€śEntennestâ€ť and â€śBergweltâ€ť).
2008 - Renovation of rooms on the west side on the 2nd and 3rd floors.
2009 - Reconstruction of storage spaces in 5 new staff rooms.
2010 - Renovation of rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors on the north side.
2012 - Renovation of rooms built in 1989 in the southern part of the hotel building.
2013 - The old swimming pool was set in the shell and redesigned and furnished from scratch. The swimming pool was re-sealed and equipped with a counter-current system. A winter garden enlarges the relaxing area around the pool. The entrance area with showers, toilletes and wardrobe got a makeover.
2018 The gutting and complete refurbishment of 20 rooms on all floors was a great investment in living comfort. Also this time we created, with natural materials and tasteful furnishings, places for well-being.