I stayed here with a friend on 19th May for 1 night. We are 30yr old females and travelled to Vaduz to see if there was anything there.... there was not much, if anything. There was a castle but we didn't make it up the hill...
Language here is Swiss German but they're officially called Liechtensteiners. Restaurant & service staff speak English.
We went to Vaduz from Sargans train station - very easy and cost 5.80CHF - also payable in Euro.
Catch the #12 Buchs bus from Sargans train station. We didn't go to a designated stop as such.... we just saw the #12 bus, waved at it and the driver stopped for us.
I recommend getting off at Spital stop - the bus announces each stop before stopping so u can't miss it.
Head south down Heilingkrauz to the roundabount and turn right onto Zoltstrasse. It took about 30-40mins all up from Sargans. Not a stressful walk at all. The place is so quiet and small, it's hard to get lost.
We were greeted by Hanni, whose English was near perfect.
There is a 2 person lift for patrons with big luggage.
The rooms are of decent size but the beds are singles.
There's a small balcony with turf-like carpet & 2 plastic chairs (unfortunately broken)
We had a room with North view - the castle and the church being restored with the Swiss Alps off in the distance.
A 2-seater breakfast table and a TV cabinet. (Never sat on it or watched TV)
The bathroom is functional. It feels like it has underfloor heating (amazing with barefeet on a midnight toilet run) but apparently it's just warmth from the piping.
No notable problems with water temp or pressure.
There is a wall mounted hair dryer for the ladies.
There is a heated pool on the ground floor that closes when Hanni goes home ~8pm
Breakfast is very European - breads, pastries, ham & salami, hard & soft cheeses, jams, packet pate & Nutella, coffee, tea.
About 15-20min walk to the town centre there are heaps of restaurants and shops.
The castle overlooks the town. I think I read somewhere that the King lives there so it's not a museum and you can only look through the gates.
I also read somewhere else that there's more to do in Schaan even though Vaduz is the capital.
I found this place quite cute and warm unlike how some hotels who try to be too uber modern and contemporary. It was very B&B-like.
I would definitely stay here again.
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