This modern hotel provides a high standard of accommodation and fantastic facilities
- Half Board
- High standard of accommodation and fantastic facilities
- Pub with live music
- 200m from the main gondola to Arinsal nursery slopes
- Spa centre with sauna, steam room, hydro-massage bath
The Princesa Parc and Diana Parc is a large hotel with a strong emphasis on luxury and relaxation. The wide choice of rooms and suites, many of which were refurbished recently. And if you want to add to the experience, plump for the all-inclusive option. There's a choice of bars with live music, a superb spa area, a free children's clubs, games zone with bowling alley and more.
- Ski school meeting point - 200m (Top of lift)
- Resort centre - 150m
- Ski lifts - 200m
All 165 rooms come well-equipped and many have been recently refurbished, so you'll find that they have lots of natural light, beautiful wooden floors and contemporary furnishings.
- 'Aquarium' bar
- Relaxing Piano bar
- Extensive spa centre with hydro–massage pool‚ saunas‚ steam room‚ hot tubs‚ Scottish shower‚ ice fountain‚ foot spa‚ relax zone
- Beauty and massage treatments available.
- A free, supervised mini-club for children aged 3-11yrs runs Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm
- Games Zone with 10–pin bowling alley
- Party with Santa on Christmas Eve includes presents and drinks.
For enquiries or to reserve places in the Princesa Parc children's club, please contact the hotel reception on arrival.
Half board meals are the order of the day at Hotel Princesa Parc. A hot and cold breakfast is the morning meal. The evening meal is an extensive buffet selection with meat and fish all cooked to order as you like them.
An all-inclusive upgrade is also available. It includes a breakfast and dinner buffet, selected drinks with your evening meal, drinks in the buffet restaurant, drinks at the Piano bar and Bowling bar, children's mini-club, unlimited entry to the spa, unlimited bowling and billiards games and Wi-Fi.
Arinsal definitely attracts a younger crowd, who generally take advantage of cheap alcohol and a large selection of bars and clubs, many of which at the foot of the slopes.
It has an excellent ski school, those looking to learn will find Arinsal absolutely ideal. Forming part of the Vallnord ski area (about 60kms of pistes), there is access to other sectors, Arcalis and Pal. As a beginner, you’ll spend the first couple of days learning the basics on the lower parts of the Arinsal sector, while intermediates and progressing beginners can venture over to Pal in the next valley over, linked via cable car. There you’ll find a selection of wide, tree-lined runs to test your ski skills. Arcalis is accessed by a bus but worth it for the intermediates in the group.
Overall, Arinsal ideally suits beginners and intermediates and those looking for lively evenings. There is good childcare so families are welcome. As the lifts go up to nearly 2600m, the snow is reliable as well.