The traveller posted comments on Booking.com and Tripadvisor observant there had been “a print of a Nazi grandpa unresolved in a hall”.
The design was of a infantryman in Wehrmacht uniform wearing escutcheon with a swastika.
The posts “gave millions of people a sense that my customer sympathises with National Socialism”, counsel Stefan Kofler told AFP, observant this had spoiled her reputation.
The owners performed an claim from a justice in Innsbruck grouping a hotel guest to mislay a online comments. The traveller has pronounced he will quarrel a ruling.
The guesthouse owner, in her filing, had argued that it was prevalent for people in a Tyrol segment to hang cinema of upheld family members in a opening halls of their homes.
The mural was of a family member who had been “forced to enlist” and killed in a war, she said.
After a cast by Germany in 1938, Austria became closely compared with Hitler’s Third Reich.
In 1947, however, it upheld despotic legislation opposite Nazi revisionism, negationism and neo-Nazi activities.
The far-right FPOe party, that was partial of a new Austrian bloc government, was combined by former Nazis after a war.