Felt like a friend visiting rather than another tourist! Clean, comfortable, well fed at breakfast. Close to but not in town. Good access to bus - would advise against using a car in Vaduz
In an old traditional inn the Lowen served up hearty Swiss dishes with great local wine. Cheerful and non pretentious the food was fantastic, the service quick and friendly and the atmosphere was busy and bustling (and included the Liechtenstein Prime Minister). A great lunch venue.
The food and service are good, the portions big. But the prices are just to high for what it is. For about the same money, go to the restaurant Marée at Hotel Sonnenhof, with 16 point Gault Millau and a Michelin star.
We had dinner there on a Thursday night in April so it was very quiet! The setting is beautiful in an historical well-maintained building. The service was attentive and excellent! We tried the wild garlic soup, the baramundi fish with steamed vegetables, the lamb chops (4) with asparagus and steamed vegetables, and the rhubard strudel with vanilla bourbon sauce and... More
They serve all kinds - traditional Swiss, Asian...go for Swiss, of course!
Lovely setting in this more than 600 years old building. Expect local food with an international touch. We had a business lunch there lately. There were 10 of us, they did not force us to eat the same menu but instead we had full a-la-carte choice and the service was still very smooth and we all got our plates at... More
Dinner was spectacular and inventive - after several weeks of roast pork in Austria it was indeed a menu full of variety. The deer was excellent and all dishes had tasty sides accompanying them. Dessert was lovely, breads were all fresh baked and the service was attentive without being intrusive. Hearty fare to be sure, but it was heading into... More
Expensive, but delicious
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