It is just 300 metres off the main road from the bus stop at the Coop supermarket. I had a double room, which seemed expensive, but was probably cheap for Lietchtenstein. The warden gave me good advice on where to eat and loaned me a plug adaptor for my charger as Euro plugs do not fit local sockets. The views across the fields to the mountains are breathtaking. It is easy to get to with about 2 buses per hour from Feldkirch railway station. I recommend the #11 andthe driver takes fares in Euros or Swiss Francs.
I stayed here as part of a large group of Scouts. I am a Leader. The Hostel coped well with our demands. It is large with a number of room options. The communal showers were warm with a decent waterflow and very clean.
We had breakfast at the hostel too which worked well. Usual coffee, juice, cereal, bread and ham/cheese. There were also fresh croissants.
The area for self catering looked well equipped although we didn't use it but I did not see anywhere to get water or wash up your things.
I was in a 2-person room with a washbasin. There were personalised lights over the beds which was a nice touch with a plug socket next to them which was useful for charging my phone.
Outside the hostel as well as some parking there is a table tennis table and some grass with football goals set up. This was very useful for the Scouts and would be for any children.
All in all a good experience
This hostel is a reasonable walking distance from the centre of Vaduz. If you've come from Sargans via the No. 11 bus, you can continue to Muehleholz and the hostel is a short walk from there. From Vaduz, several buses go to Muehleholz and it's a short-ticket of CF2.
The hostel is set in a quiet location with views of snowy mountain tops all around. Near the bus stop, there is a supermarket and some snack bars.
We had a private room, which had its own toilet and sink, but used shared shower rooms. Bed linen and towels were provided, but you'll need to bring your own soap. The room had twin beds, each with sockets, a small overhead shelf and a light, and a table with two chairs. There were no blinds or curtains, but as check-out was by 10am we wanted to be up promptly anyway. Although we didn't need to use them, there were large, numbered lockers in the corridor.
The hostel also had a TV room and a common room with pinball and pool. There is no self-catering kitchen, but dinner is available if booked in advance, or you can use the dining area and cutlery for your own food. Breakfast was a range of cereals and yoghurts, fresh fruit, choice of different breads and jams, hard-boiled eggs, sliced tomatoes and gherkins, cold meats and cheeses.
Staff were friendly and helpful, and provided information about ongoing travel as well.
Check-in was from 5pm but you could leave luggage there before.
The staff couldn't have been better! They would speak whichever language you wanted, one of them waited ages after they should have stopped admitting people because we were delayed and when I embarrassed myself by dropping a plate they insisted on cleaning it up themselves rather than letting me do it and couldn't have been nicer about it. Very friendly; very knowledgeable; very welcoming. The rooms were great. We arrived from Switzerland in the dark so couldn't see anything. In the morning when I woke up and looked out of the window it nearly took my breath away! Majestic, almost intimidating, cloud-capped mountains all around us and, nearer to hand, fields and greenery and a handful of buildings built by architects with taste. The breakfast was all-you-can-eat, which is always good, and there was plenty for vegetarians :) (The German crowd who were there were lovely and their boisterousness was the cherry on the cake for our visit there!)
This hostel is just outside Vaduz in a very quiet neighbourhood with fields behind it.
The room we stayed in was bright, spacious and very clean. The communal showers and toilets were just at the end of the corridor and very clean. We also really liked the shower cabins, which, unlike in many other hostels. were constructed in a way that the cabin stayed dry, only the actual shower bit was wet.
The staff were really friendly, breakfast was good, particularyl the coffee was excellent.
Somebody complained about being charged for parking, but this is more or less standard for any place I have stayed at in Switzerland with a car (which is partly why we do not own one).