Receiving guests at the "LÖWEN" since 1380
The Löwen Hotel and Restaurant has been caring for guests for around 600 years and its history can be traced in the hotel’s rooms, paintings and furniture, which all reflect the changing styles of past epochs. The oldest part of the building dates back to 1380 – already at that time it served as a guest house and winery.
The house had its own wine press (Torkel) and extensive cellars, which were used for making wine from the grapes of its south-facing vineyard, the "Stöcklerwingert".
The Löwen Hotel owes its current appearance to an extension of the mansard roof and several additions which date back to the time of the French Revolution. The current wine press house, stables and barn were rebuilt during the following years. As well as being one of the best and most important guest houses in the area for the past six centuries, the Löwen Hotel also owned one of the country’s largest agricultural estates.
From 1986 to 1989 the entire premises were lovingly restored to meet the comfort demands of today’s guests and in a style sympathetic to the hotel’s history. The Löwen Hotel has been one of the most prominent buildings in Vaduz since the 14th century.