Great hotel, conveniently located close to both the slopes and resort centre with a good reputation for food!
- Half Board
- 4 Minutes’ Walk To The Centre of Pas de la Cas
- Bright, Spacious Bedrooms That Are Well-suited to Families
- Comfortable Lounge Bar with Satellite TV & Free WiFi
Hotel Cubil is only minutes away from Pas de la Casa’s array of bars, restaurants and shops, as well as the fantastic new sports centre. A short walk in the other direction will bring you to the best part though, the slopes. Here you can hitch a ride up the hill and over to the wider Grandvalira area. At the end of the day, pick the Tubs blue slope for a cruisey slope back down the mountain, before a short uphill walk back to the hotel.
All rooms have a satellite TV, hairdryer and safe.
Twin Room - sleeps 2: Twin beds, private shower and WC
Triple Room - sleeps 2-3: Twin beds, single bed private bath (with shower attachment) and WC
Quad Room - sleeps 2-4: Two sets of twin beds, private bath (with shower attachment) and WC
Twin room - sleeps 2-4: Double bed and one single bed OR three single beds (when sleeping 3); Double bed and two single beds OR four single beds (when sleeping 4); private shower and WC.
· bar with satellite TV and pool table · free WiFi in bar and restaurant · ski lockers (deposit required) · lift to all floors · 29 bedrooms
· hot and cold buffet breakfast · 3-course set-menu evening meals · Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve gala meals included
About Pas de la Casa
Set high on the border into France, Pas de la Casa really does feel like a frontier town. Loads of French and British descend, looking for tax-free bargains and plenty of cheap booze, and this makes the après-ski extremely lively. It's tacky and rather ugly, but serves a purpose, while the snow record in the Grandvalira ski area is excellent. Pas de la Casa is an ideal winter package holiday for 16-25 year olds on a tight budget. The skiing itself, which covers the linked areas of Grau Roig and Soldeu, is the largest in the Pyrenees, with 150km of pistes. It caters mostly to easy cruising, while boarders are much in evidence on the slopes.
There are all sorts of accommodation, from apartments to hotels, most of which you can ski to. These serve the various clientele, the young in the former, families in the latter. On-piste restaurants are better in Grau Roig, but most are no more than snack bars. The resort eateries are generally Spanish in cuisine and are largely cheap and cheerful.
Pas de la Casa is easy to knock if you are looking for bags of Alpine charm. But, if you want to have effortless skiing and lots of nightlife, it makes a cheap and understandably popular destination. It is, however, a long transfer from Barcelona or Toulouse.