Good value property, close to slopes & amenities with large sun terrace offering great views
- Half Board
- Located 300m from the main chairlift
- Cosy atmosphere and is decorated in local wood and stone
- Musical entertainment most evenings
The fabulous location, its inviting après bar and the large, south-facing sun terrace which gives you superb views over El Tarter’s slopes is destined to be the scene of many a tall tale over a long drink at the end of great days skiing.
- Nearest lift: 350m to El Tarter 4-person chair
- Equipment hire shop: 300m (by the lifts)
- Tuition meeting point: 350m at the top of the lifts (Grandvalira Ski School)
- Resort centre: 300m
- Soldeu resort: 3km
RoomsAll of the rooms in the Del Clos are really spacious with big, deep mattresses, flatscreen TVs and fully ensuite bathrooms with hairdryers so there's no need to pack your own. Most rooms have pretty impressive views out to the mountains views. Some also have a balcony or terrace to add to the experience. You'll also find luxurious Temple Spa toiletries in each bathroom.
Families & Facilities
Younger guests will be well catered for with childcare and crèches taking care of kids from four months to 12 years old. For skiing kids, we offer a ski school drop-off and pick-up service, ensuring they're happy and settled. There's also evening care available on three evenings a week.
The hotel facilities include a games and TV room for all ages to spend some time with their new found friends. When conditions are right, there's a snow garden for younger guests to get creative and build up an appetite before high-tea at 5pm.
Our half board basis is designed for skiers and boarders. Breakfast is a fairly extensive affair with cooked and continental options every day. Your daily afternoon tea of freshly baked cakes and biscuits will be waiting for you when you come in from the slopes.
Your seven evening meals consist of three-courses with regionally inspired dishes all followed by fresh coffee. You can buy drinks to accompany your meal from the bar.
About Soldeu - El Tarter
Part of the large Grandvalira ski area, Soldeu is a good value resort with fairly reliable snow and plenty of sun. It boasts one of the most highly rated ski schools in Europe and, with most of the pistes catering to beginners and early intermediates, it's a perfect place to learn. For advanced skiers and snowboarders there isn't so much to play with, although you can get a snowcat tow to the Piz de Encampanada for good off-piste. There is also cheap heli-skiing on offer and a decent enough snowpark .
Soldeu ski resort
In the resort itself there's a good selection of eateries at reasonable prices, and the atmosphere is fantastic, far out-charming Soldeu's Andorran relatives. In spite of a less-than-raucous nightlife it is still a lively village, but mostly bar-based.
One of the most popular resorts in Andorra, if not the Pyrenees, Soldeu has a lot going for it.