Landshut - Hotel Lifestyle Info and Location

Hotel Lifestyle

A good starting point for your activities…

…the Hotel Lifestyle is superbly located near the important points of the surroundings. At the same time you find by us the necessary quiet to recover from the day’s events and hardships.

  • 5 minutes by car to the city centre
  • Bus stop (line 3) right at the front door (10 minutes to the city centre)
  • Convenient connections by car, bus and train (A 92)
  • Fast transfer to Munich exhibition and airport
  • Diverse shopping opportunities
  • Vast choice of cultural and leisure entertainments
  • Interesting day trip destinations

Any question about the wealth of things to do? At the reception we always have plenty of up-to-date information material ready for you!

Landshut - Hotel Lifestyle

Our Total Pamper Service…

  • Lavish breakfast buffet with chocolate corner
  • Bavarian and South Tyrolean delicacies in our restaurant
  • Summer-garden terrace
  • Lifestyle Hotel bar
  • Small sauna and relaxation area
  • Event room “Im Stopsl”
  • 53 Lifestyle rooms and 8 suites
  • 5 meeting rooms und 3 group-work rooms
  • Underground parking

Landshut - Hotel Lifestyle the chocolate side

Landshut, a magnificent city

Landshut is a city in Bavaria, Germany. It is the seat of the government of Lower Bavaria and the district of Lower Bavaria as well as the administrative seat of the Landshut district. With 75,457 inhabitants, Landshut is the largest city in Lower Bavaria ahead of Passau and the second largest city in Eastern Bavaria after Regensburg. In a Bavaria-wide comparison of the number of inhabitants, it ranks 10th after Bamberg (as of December 31, 2022). The regional centre on the Isar is the northeastern centre of the Munich metropolitan region.

As early as 1150, the village of “Landeshuata” (“Landeshut” for “protection and protection of the land”) was mentioned in a document, and in 1204 the town and Trausnitz Castle were officially founded by the Bavarian Duke Ludwig I. In the late Middle Ages, the city was one of the capitals of the Bavarian duchies, along with Munich, Straubing and Ingolstadt, which is still reflected in the architecture today. As the capital of the Duchy of Bavaria-Landshut, the city experienced its heyday in the 14th and 15th centuries. The magnificent Landshut Wedding is a historicizing event of the city, at which the marriage of the Bavarian Duke George the Rich with the Polish king’s daughter Hedwig, which took place in 1475, has been re-enacted since 1903.

Landshut’s valuable cityscape of the Gothic and Renaissance periods with many architectural monuments and pre-industrial building ensembles is of great cultural and historical importance on a Central European scale. Landshut’s old town is considered one of the most important and best-preserved historic city centres in Germany in terms of architectural culture and has already been nominated for World Heritage status. It was placed on the UNESCO Tentative List from 1984 to 1993. At 130 metres, the Gothic tower of St. Martin’s Church is the thirteenth tallest and the tallest brick church tower in the world. The Landshut City Residence is one of the first Renaissance buildings north of the Alps.

After Landshut was home to the Ludwig-Maximilians-University from 1800 to 1826, Landshut has been a university town again since the founding of Landshut University of Applied Sciences in 1978. Landshut is one of the most economically powerful and affluent municipalities in Germany, the most important for the manufacturing industry are the nearby BMW plant in Landshut-Ergolding, the world market leader in ventilation and drive technology ebm-papst, the glass company Schott AG and the rusk manufacturer Brandt. In addition, the service sector is important, with locations of the energy company E.ON, Sparkasse Landshut, Deutsche Telekom and other providers. With the Landshuter Messe, it is also a supra-regional trade fair location. Traditional breweries in the city are the Landshuter Brauhaus from 1493 and the C. Wittmann brewery from 1616.

Source: Wikipedia (consulted on 16.01.2024 –
Translated on 16.01.2024 (the current English page may look somewhat different in the details)

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Flurstraße 2, 84032 Landshut
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