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Covid-19 Updates & Cancellation Policy

The 2020-21 ski season has now come to a close, and next winter will be going on sale in May.  Thank you for your ongoing support, and we look forward to welcoming you back to Andorra either for a summer holiday, or for skiing next winter.

  • Vallnord
    • Season now ended.
  • Grandvalira
    • Season now ended.

As we have more updates we'll be posting them online and on our Facebook page.  This page will be updated regularly with new information, however we also want to set out our policy when it comes to bookings and cancellations.

Book With Peace of Mind

  • Book with Andorra Resorts and you can cancel free of charge for any reason up to seven days before your booking start date*.
  • Even within seven days, if you cannot travel due to Covid-19, eg. health reasons or a local lockdown, we will allow you to cancel free of charge up to 24 hours before the start date (medical certificate or official confirmation will be required).  In this case you would need to inform us as soon as possible that you are unable to travel.
  • If the resort you are visiting is closed due to Covid-19 we will give you a full refund by the same method of payment within 14 days, just like we did in March 2020.
  • Unfortunately during the coming months changes may need to be made to services, timetables, and options available.  In the case of major changes or the removal of a service you will have the option to cancel and have a refund, however there will be no further obligation for compensation.
  • These improved terms also apply to existing bookings.
  • * Accommodation bookings may have different free cancellation terms/periods, which will be advised at the time of booking.

Health & Safety

  • We have been and will continue to be in dialogue with all of our service providers to ensure they are following local regulations and best practice guidelines to make your holiday experience as safe as possible.
  • When visiting our office please ensure only one member of your party comes to collect lift passes/lesson tickets, that you follow the markings, keep your distance, and follow the one-way route out of the building.
  • Some suppliers will have very specific health & safety requirements, such as the wearing of a face mask on airport transfers.  It is a condition of booking that you comply with any given instructions, and failure to comply may result in the refusal of service, in which case the supplier would not issue a refund.
Make sure you've packed a spare face mask in your hand luggage, just in case you need a replacement.
 
Please note that this is a guide for basic information only - this can change at any time, and for the latest information and restrictions please refer directly to the governments of Andorra, Spain, France, and your home country.

You can check the EU's risk level of your home country here >>

All info subject to change - please check for yourself with official government sources.

Updates from Andorra

Access to Andorra
  • Andorra requires a negative PCR or TMA test on arrival at your accommodation for those people staying for three nights or more.
  • The test must have been within 72 hours prior to arrival.
  • The test is required for everyone from age six years upwards.
Arriving Via Spain
  • Depending on your country of origin, you may need a negative PCR, LAMP, or TMR test to arrive via Spain, within 72 hours prior to arrival, which is the same requirement as Andorra.
  • Your negative test certificate must have your passport number on it.
  • You must complete a health declaration form online here within 48 hours before your flight.  Once submitted you will receive a QR code to print or on their app, which you must have with you on arrival at the airport.
  • You cannot stay in Catalunya (Barcelona/Lleida/Reus/Girona) but you can arrive and transit through to Andorra.
  • Spain has some restrictions on who can enter until 19th January.
Arriving Via France
  • Depending on your country of origin, you may need a negative test to arrive via France, within 72 hours prior to arrival, which is the same requirement as Andorra.
  • Your negative test certificate must have your passport number on it.
  • France has some restrictions on who can enter until 6th January.

Updates from Grandvalira

Skiing & Snowboarding
  • Lift capacity will not be reduced, which is in line with the recommendations from Domaines Skiables de France (DSF), the entity with which the ski resorts of Andorra are associated.
  • All visitors over the age of 6 must cover their face with a mask or an approved BUFF®️-type neck gaiter on lifts, in waiting areas and at boarding points.
  • It won’t be necessary for customers to cover their faces when skiing or snowboarding down the slopes, although the use of a mask or neck gaiter is recommended.
  • The ski & snowboard school will adapt their protocols for the safety of its customers and instructors.
Grandvalira's Team
  • Staff will be equipped with masks and gloves at all times.
  • Regularly disinfecting of common areas and areas of frequent contact, as well as all equipment used to practise activities.
In Grandvalira's Facilities
  • Visitors are required to wear masks.
  • Temperature checks will be performed before allowing access to some enclosed spaces.
  • There are signs indicating all points where customers can get gel, masks and disposable gloves, which are all free of charge.
  • Protection screens have been installed at all information points.
  • Social distancing is required in all facilities.
  • Maximum capacity for each service or activity has been limited.
In Grandvalira's Restaurants
  • All staff will have PPE (personal protective equipment).
  • Social distancing will be required.
  • Visitors must follow marked traffic routes.
  • High-quality local and organic products from brands of controlled origin.
  • Introducing the use of digital processes for ordering.
  • Self-service terminals for cash payments are being installed, however paying by card is recommended whenever possible.  

Updates from Vallnord Pal-Arinsal

Skiing & Snowboarding
  • Lift capacity of open lifts will not be reduced, which is in line with the recommendations from Domaines Skiables de France (DSF), the entity with which the ski resorts of Andorra are associated.
  • The capacity of enclosed lifts may be reduced.
  • All visitors over the age of 6 must cover their face with a mask or an approved BUFF®️-type neck gaiter on lifts, in waiting areas and at boarding points.
  • It won’t be necessary for customers to cover their faces when skiing or snowboarding down the slopes, although the use of a mask or neck gaiter is recommended.
  • The ski & snowboard school will adapt their protocols for the safety of its customers and instructors.
Vallnord's Team
  • There will be continuous cleaning and disinfecting of all areas.
  • Continuous testing of staff working at the ski station.
In Vallnord's Facilities
  • Visitors are required to wear masks.
  • Mandatory use of disinfectant gel when not using gloves.
  • Social distancing of 1.5 metres is required.
  • Payment is recommended by card wherever possible.
  • Look out for visual signage throughout the ski station.
In Vallnord's Restaurants
  • Mandatory use of a face mask until seated at your table.
  • Ordering via QR code.
  • Bar service will be closed.
  • Advanced booking is recommended as capacity will be limited.
  • Self-service spaces will be closed.

Updates for Airport Transfers

News from Andbus
  • The wearing of a mask is compulsory onboard.
  • Capacity on transfers has been temporarily limited to 75%.
  • All buses are disinfected daily with an ozone machine especially for buses, which prevents bacteria and viruses.

Enjoy Your Holiday!

Rest assured that everyone involved in the mountain operations and holiday services, such as lift operators, ski schools, transport providers, hotels, bars & restaurants, are trying their best to make sure the ski resorts are ready for your arrival, and to make them as safe as they can be.

Obviously there are risks like there are at home, so we need your help too to take care like you would at home, to keep distanced where neccessary, to wash and/or sanitise your hands regularly, and to isolate yourself from others if you have any of the symptoms of Covid-19.

Thank you for your understanding and for your continued support, and we hope you enjoy your holiday!

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