Youthhostel Schaan-Vaduz Reviews
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It was kind of quite when I was there, only 10 people in total I think. It was fine and the view is great. They have great lockers for your stuff if you come before check-in and you get your own locker for your stuff in the hall way.
They give you lockers where you can store your belongings (it's included with your stay). One of the best hostels I've ever stayed at in Europe.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
The plate was nice but breakfast was from 7:30 to 8:30 (which is quite early for hostels I've seen). At 8:25 they were already starting to take away the food. Also, at 9:45 they knocked on our door to get the key for our checkout (checkout is at 10:00). Besides the strict "rules", everything was clean and nice.
Hostel was excellent. The directions were not specific. Muehlehoz stop then down the hill at the 3-way light. Turn right at the light with the university. Left onto street. Last house on right...or directions close to these.
The reception is only open a few hours a day. It's not a very communal place people don't talk much mostly Starr at the ground. The hostel has a lot to do with the vibe of people. It felt like a old prison almost with all the brick and such. Seriously though I was not a fan of this hostel. Also it is about 4km from one city and 1.5km from another so walking a lot is required.
Friend and I stayed overnight on our way from Austria to Germany. We were the only people staying in our bunk style room and the only people on our floor, which was very nice. Breakfast was great. However, it was very expensive considering you only get a bunk.
The hostel was very clean and nice. The check in is a nightmare as they only do from 5pm to 7pm. Also, forget about using the restrooms on your floor during the day. Only the first floor is open. Breakfast was nice. Price was above par but so is the country. All-in-All, I'd recommend a stay.
directions to the hostel: you will go with bus #11. get off at "schaan quader" stop. there is a foot-path. go down to it. at the end, turn left. at the first turn, go right (at the far end, you can see the hostel, a pink building). at the end, turn left. at the first turn, go right. again, at the first turn, go right. you are in front of the entrance,,,,