Customer Top Tips

Andorra Top Tips

As we come to the end of 2023 we thought we’d look back over the last year’s customer questionnaires to pass on some of your top tips for making the most of your ski holidays to Andorra. As experts in Andorra ourselves, we love to pass on our knowledge and experience, however we always enjoy hearing directly from customers what you have particularly enjoyed.

So, have a read through the top tips of 2023 from our surveys, and if you’re on holiday with Andorra Resorts this winter, please look out for your own questionnaire when you return home so that we can see what you’ve loved this winter!

What did you like best about the ski area, and why?


The ease of access to beginner slopes for my kids to take their first ski holiday.

Ross – Palma de Mallorca, Spain

It’s great for learners, developing skills.

Colin – El Perello, Spain

Well groomed slopes with snow canon top up, mostly chair lifts so could avoid drag lifts.

Vicky – Bude, UK

I like that Arinsal is small enough to let my children go (as I’m too slow for them) but that we also have the option of Pal for a bit more exploring.

Tanya – Staines, UK

Soldeu & El Tarter

It is large in size and the connecting chairlifts really link all the ski areas together.

John – London, UK

Range of slopes for all levels, fast lifts, small queues given it was half term.

Joanna – Solihull, UK

Well groomed pistes, excellent ski school, brilliant for learners and intermediates, lots of varied skiing.

David – Wales

Loved the choice of runs and super friendly instructors for my 7 year old learning to snowboard.

Clare – Javea, Spain

Pas de la Casa

Big area, nice runs and good places to stop eat and drink.

Ben – Torquay, UK

I like the range in difficulty of ski runs. My group had a range of different abilities and there was something for everyone.

Christian – Somerset, UK

Vast, wide, accessible slopes and dramatic hills.

Emma – Scotland

What was your favourite bar or restaurant, and why?


California grill, best tacos ever!

Jonathan – Swansea, UK

The Palarine Hotel great atmosphere and food, owners are extremely accommodating.

Adrian – Dublin, Ireland

Cisco’s was the best for the night life, excellent staff and patrons. Hunter’s has the best food by far, we went there two nights in a row for dinner. Fantastic

Karl – Dublin, Ireland

Soldeu & El Tarter

Fat Alberts – solid range of excellent quality food and sensible pricing in an authentic setting.

Duncan – Pollença, Spain

The Bruxelles Hotel. I liked the veranda and staff were fantastic!

Mark – Mold, UK

The Harp bar – very friendly staff, very efficient, and great entertainment with live music.

Paddy – Ireland

Pas de la Casa

Favourite restaurant was El Provencal, we had great burgers here.

Bernard – Ireland

Oh Burger Lounge and Paddy’s bar. The best food and the most fun!

Dil – London, UK

L’Husky for it’s excellent staff, delicious food, great atmosphere and slope side tables so you can ski in for lunch.

Brian – Dublin, Ireland
Hotel Sport Village, Soldeu

Your favourite place to stay, and why?


Palarine Hotel just outside Arinsal, because they have great service and friendly staff.

Shaun – Clitheroe, UK

Having stayed in apartments and hotels over the years we enjoyed the Princesa Parc Hotel. Excellent staff, great food, lovely wellness and good entertainment for teenagers.

Colin – Cataluñya, Spain

Hotel Micolau. Great value for money. Budget, very clean and good variation of food for breakfast.

Sam – London, UK

Soldeu & El Tarter

Piolets Park Mountain Spa Hotel. Very clean, excellent facilities, great location. Great food and spa.

Sabrina – Birmingham, UK

We stayed at Hotel Bruxelles, close to the gondola, small cozy hotel with piste views and a lovely terrace.

Clare – Javea, Spain

Hotel Piolets Centre is a lovely hotel, right in the centre of Soldeu, with a bar and patio looking at the mountains, plus a fantastic spa.

Michael – Thatcham, UK

Pas de la Casa

Hotel Caribou – it was clean, staff spoke English and was friendly, food was great.

Sofia – Lisbon, Portugal

I have stayed in a few hotels, Hotel Camel·lot is excellent. Very conveniently located to the slopes.

Bernard – Ireland

Hotel Grand Pas was wonderful. Great free spa and lots of choice in breakfast and evening buffet.

Katrina – Billericay, UK

And here are some general top tips we thought were great as well…

Pick up your ski passes and gear the day before you start if possible – saves you a lot of time waiting in line.

Sofia – Lisbon, Portugal

We hired a car which made travelling to the different resorts very easy and fast.

Matthew – London, UK

Pre-book everything!! Cheaper and no hassle!

John – Corby, UK

Don’t underestimate how long it takes to ski back to El Tarter from Grau Roig/Pas de la Casa

Joanna – Solihull, UK

Lunch vouchers are sooooo worth it.

Tanya – Staines, UK

Afternoon ski lessons for beginners. Everyone rushes for morning lessons but we found the afternoon worked better for our kids to learn as they were often tired in the am so we could let them sleep in.

Richard – Cheshire, UK

So that’s just a handful of top tips from our customer questionnaires in 2023 – do you agree, or disagree, or have suggestions of your own? We’d love to hear from you when you fill out this year’s survey!

But before we finish, one note from Alex in Gloucester…

From booking passes to ski hire, through to helping us understand transfers Andorra Resorts were brilliant. On arrival everything was easy and so happy they told us we could try different resorts, it made the holiday!

So to start booking your fully flexible ski trip, and experience our brilliant service for yourself, head to our booking pages… it’s as easy as Plan, Book, Ski!