A little clarification ... formerly the Residence Hotel was known as the Haus Real although now it seems that they have unified both buildings into one.
Residence Hotel in Vaduz, at the foot of the Castle
We stay atResidence Hotel because it is located right in the center of Vaduz, the perfect point to spend a day or an afternoon at the foot of the Castle that observes the city (which we also visited)
Being located in the heart of Vaduz, the Residence Hotel is just a short walk from the Liechtenstein Art Museum, Liechtenstein National Museum and the main restaurants and shops
In fact, enter this modern 4 star hotel It takes you to the reception through the restaurant itself, souvenir shops and a lively hallway. The reception is located on the first floor.
The Residence Hotel in Vaduz is also characterized by spacious rooms with an unconventional design, with an unbeatable box spring bed and large and comfortable pillows
In total it has 29 rooms, all of them with private bathroom, hypoallergenic bed sets, HD TV with satellite screen and pay-per-view channels, desks, telephone with voicemail option and wake up service, minibar, kettle, hair dryer and safe.
The suites have a balcony overlooking the Alps and the Castle, although we have opted for a more affordable version that also has no bad views
The types of rooms at Residence Hotel are:
- Junior Suite (3 adults)
- Superior Double Rooms With extra bed.
- Deluxe Double Room.
- Double superior room.
- Junior Suite.
- Executive Suite.
The cleanliness is very good, they do it daily, the corridors, rooms and bathrooms are impeccable. He bath It is also spacious and very well equipped
An opaque glass separates bathroom and room, giving a feeling of greater space to both, without offering barriers.
If you opt for half board, dinner will be served at theResidence Restaurant, a restaurant specializing in international cuisine although we did not try it as well as breakfast as we chose to get up early and get to know more parts of this small country. By the way, breakfast is usually paid, although very complete and is served from 7:00 - 10:00 hours. There is also a bar called Blue lounge bar. You can order food service in rooms, but with restricted hours.
Other amenities include a 24-hour business center, conference center and spa services, free newspapers in the lobby, concierge services, laundry service, airport transportation (for a fee).
If you go with your family, the hotel offers free cribs and beds for children under 2 years old, you can also use the nursery payment service in the room. Children under 12 can stay for free using existing beds. One older child can stay for CHF 60 for one night in an extra bed. The maximum number of extra beds and cots in the room is one.
Pets are allowed on request (dogs and cats only allowed), there are public parking in the establishment (reservation is not necessary and is paid) and has fitness center/training room.
Verdict of the Residence Hotel in Vaduz, our opinion
The prices vary between 170 and 320 euros, depending on the season and the type of room, which although it may seem very expensive is a reasonable price in this city characterized by a high standard of living. Check availability and prices for your dates here for the Residence Hotel in Vaduz.
As PROs We would highlight the Wi-Fi available in the rooms and in any public place of the hotel, the cleanliness, the location in the city center to go for a walk and that the staff is very friendly, always attentive to your requests, also speak several Languages, including Spanish.
The AGAINST, it could be that breakfast is not included in the price.
Note, finally, that the Hotel Resident It offers transportation services from the airport if you don't come in your own car or from the rental. You must contact the establishment with your arrival information before starting the trip.
Would we recommend it? It depends on your type of trip, but if the intention is to spend a day and learn more about Liechtenstein, no doubt YES. Due to its location, cleanliness and all the services provided, on our next trip to Liechtenstein we would return to Residence Hotel in Vaduz.
Isaac and Paula, from the Residence Hotel hotel in Vaduz (Liechtenstein)