Hotel Comapedrosa3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
we had a lovely room which came with a constant roar of the river directly below our balcony. dont take this as a whinge, it was strangely relaxing and put us to sleep comfortably. the views from the balcony although took in a car park were overshadowed by stunning scenery of snow covered mountain peaks. we had one small problem when we got back to our room from the Taverna downstairs, no electric in our room. but it was quickly the sorted by the young girl who seemed to be working everywhere, who had a lovely manner about her. the problem was all the rooms had tripped. stunning location, good food with ample parking, good breakfast , there was an after season skiing party in the Taverna downstairs, but we didn't hear a thing although we were warned that it was due to go on until 1am. but it was never a problem. we fell asleep listening to the sound of the river. and it never disturbed us. the local patrons were very friendly and welcoming. I would definitely return. .
Myself and a friend stayed here for 4 nights in March while skiing in Arinsal. The hotel is ideally located right in the center of Arinsal making getting home after a long Apres very easy. The room was very basic will little room to dry your wet ski gear, the room we stayed in had 2 balconies overlooking the village, this was handy as the wifi didn't make it to the room so we were able to connect on the balconies. The breakfast was reasonable and plenty. There is ample parking around the corner which is free for 48 hours, we just moved our car after the 48 hours and had no issues. The price of the rooms is very good! Highly recommended!
Booked B&B end of Jan 2015 Pros ==== + Nice room clean, and nice bathroom + Balcony + Cheap + Warm - heating was always on + Had no trouble and staff were friendly when understood us! Cons ===== - Lack of people on reception, and lack of English speakers - Very loud at night had people outside our room at can hear people getting back at 3am - Bell at church outside hotel goes off at night and is quite loud - Breakfast opened 8.15 abit late Overall a good hotel to stay at if you are young. Would advise to take earplugs incase you get woken up. I would stay here again but would try and request a room that wasn't on the road?
Stayed here in March 2014 as part of a Thomas Cook/Neilson Ski holiday package. As a group of 4, we had two twins rooms, these where clean, had comfortable bed and good sized ensuite facilities. Showers where fine, plenty of hot water etc. Rooms not spacious, but they adequate space for our needs and where what we expected. Staff on the hotel reception where friendly and helpful. Food for hotel guests on half board is served in the basement area (separate to the hotels restaurant). Continental style breakfast with croissants, toast, bread, ham, cheese, cereal, yogurts and fruit etc. The evening meal was buffet style and self service with soup and rolls followed by a meat, fish and pasta option most evenings. The food was often bland and luke warm and the vegetarians in our group had limited options as the pasta was often combined with meat. A big selling point for this hotel is is proximity to the Gondola, providing very easy access to the slopes. It is also close to the main bars for Apres Ski. I would recommend, but possibly consider bed and breakfast rather then half board due to poor quality of evening meals.
Just returned from an excellent holiday in Arinsal, the snow was superb, skiing deep powder in April was fabulous, we stayed half board in the Hotel Comapedrosa ,which was very good value and was clean , friendly and perfectly situated two minutes from the Gondola, the food was ok, with the odd evening meal out a good idea. As a French Alps fan, I was skeptical about Andorra , but my fears were unfounded, Arinsal isn't a big resort, with huge runs and a casino, but has many positives which make it ideal for families, beginners and mixed ability groups who will appreciate the convenience and atmosphere of a smaller ski centre. The reps and instructors were all excellent, and could not have been more helpful, friendly and experienced. There are plenty of alternative and affordable apres ski choices,so you can ski and then enjoy the apres ski without melting your credit card ,the atmosphere is very friendly and unpretentious. The Food served on the slopes and in the bars and restaurants was very good quality and great value. The number of long term and returning visitors to Arinsal, including the instructors who have spent ten or twenty years in Arinsal is a real testament to the town. Downsides? If you want to eat up the miles then it may not be the place for you, longish transfers three hours plus and Arinsal can look a bit grey in the wet and cloudy days.
Had two rooms for me and the kids - no hot water on two nights, showers lethal - impossible to stand up in without getting water over the floor, food plentiful but stone cold (we had ONE hot meal in a week - the last night). Lighting in room woeful - impossible to read by. Only one electicity socket for charging phones, ipods etc, phone didnt work and neither did hairdryer. Reception rarely manned (only saw someone there on our arrival and departure) Neilsen / Thomas Cook rate as 3* but no way more than 1*. I have stayed in hotels in nearly 40 countries and this was by far the worst. Only redeeming feature is location - right next to the gondola - no walking for miles with all the skiing kit (a major factor when you have 4 kids!)
Had a amazing time in Arinsal skiing with my daughter, really special, the hotel and food was very good and was more than was expected, the hotel staff and Neilson staff were amazing, would not hesitate to book again. many thanks
Just returned from Neilsen late deal 19 - 26 feb 2012. The hotel is well situated in the centre of the resort only a couple of minutes walk from the gondola. Meals were plentiful but but lacked imagination, the soup was good but although it changed colour each day, by and large tasted the same. We were allocated a room in the attic which was reached by stairs from the second floor. The roof slopes significantly and i lost count of the number of times I hit my head on the rafters. There was one very small window without a curtain which was annoying when trying to sleep, the room was fitted with two small wall lights which made reading an impossibilty during the evening/night. The bathroom contained a very small bath and a shower overhead. unless you are less than about four feet tall you will find it impossible to use in a standing position because of the lack of height to the roof. There was no plug in the sink and the hair dryer did not work. The maids did a good job of cleaning the room/ making up beds etc on a daily basis but did not do so before 1530 -1600. The majority of the staff appeared to be English and all staff seemed to speak english to a good standard, They were pleasant and aimiable. The hotel is generaly good value for money but stay out of the attic.
We booked this as a late deal through Neilson on a half board basis and stayed from the 29th Jan-5th Feb. And i have to say for the price it was great and it is an excellent location 30 seconds walk to the gondala. It is very close to all the main restaraunts and bars. Rooms are basic and a bit tatty in places, but everything was clean with maid service daily. The food is good, Breakfast freshly baked croissants with fruit,cereal, yoghurt, meats, cheese and toast. Evenings Soup/salad buffet, then a choice of 3 mains normally Fish, meat or vegetarian, follwed by dessert buffet. The hotel bar is also good with friendly staff and good prices. I would stay here again if i got it at the right price!!
We arrived having paid very little for our accommodation and were on a half board basis. Everything at the hotel was brilliant, especially the bar staff and the reps who were very accommodating, even when there was no skiing available to us. Our only slit niggle was that we didn't know how to work the ski lockers next door, but that was probably just us being slack. Based on 2 sharing one twin room (which, again, was very nice)
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Hotel Comapedrosa places you next to Comapedrosa Highlands Trail and within a mile (2 km) of Jou-La Cauba Rock Trail. This 27-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. On the riverwalk, it's also near Pic del Pla de l'Estany and Pal-Arinsal Ski Resort.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's buffet restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM.
Hotel Comapedrosa's 27 rooms provide safes, phones, and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and digital TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.
At Hotel Comapedrosa, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. Free parking is included with your stay. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with tours or tickets, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby.
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63.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 46 reviews