Open a Hotel in Liechtenstein
Open a Hotel in LiechtensteinUpdated on Friday 07th February 2020
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Liechtenstein has many options for accommodation, both in the capital city of Vaduz and in the scenic mountain regions. Tourists can choose between the various hotel chains or the family-owned hotels and hostels.
Investors who open a hotel in Liechtenstein are required to follow the procedures for setting up a company and managing this type of establishment according to the laws in force. One of our lawyers in Liechtenstein can help you with detailed information.
Hotel and accommodation services in Liechtenstein
Although a small country, Liechtenstein has an impressive offer for tourists: from beautiful Alpine scenery to museums, shopping, and dining. Tourism is one of the main industries in the country, along with services, particularly banking and finance.
Vaduz is the capital of Liechtenstein and one of the main destinations for tourists. Naturally, there are numerous accommodation options in this town, however, investors who want to open a hotel or hostel in Liechtenstein can also look towards the mountain and valley regions.
Hotels in Liechtenstein offer accommodation options both to tourists who want to explore the mountain and valley landscape but also to businesspeople who are in the country for corporate purposes. Many hotels and hostels will also provide restaurant or café services and these types of activities require additional special permits and licenses.
Investors who open a hotel in Liechtenstein can purchase a property, however, this process is subject to a number of regulations, including having had a prior three years’ residency before making the purchase. One of the attorneys at our law firm in Liechtenstein can give you detailed information on the laws governing foreign investments and how you can purchase a property.
We invite you to watch the following video on opening a hotel in Liechtenstein:
Opening a Liechtenstein hotel
Starting a hotel in Liechtenstein begins with opening a company, typically a private limited liability company. This legal form offers a convenient degree of investor protection, the founders only being liable up to the amount of their invested capital. Investors need to observe the company management and auditing requirements and the taxation principles. VAT registration is required.
One of our lawyers in Liechtenstein can help you open a business in the tourism sector. You can contact us if you have questions about the laws for investments and your rights as a foreign entrepreneur.