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“Apres Ski Tastic”
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St Gothard Hotel
Ranked #3 of 4 Hotels in Erts
Dudley, United Kingdom
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“Apres Ski Tastic”
Reviewed 10 February 2009

First of all- Arinsal is a great place! This was my first trip to Andorra and my first experience of skiing. What can I say? I'm a convert!

We booked with Neillson, with both myself and the Fella booking full ski packages -he's quite an experienced skier and I am (was!) a rank amateur. The Neillson staff were pleasant and promised to be omnipresent and helpful. They weren't perhaps quite that, but we had no major crisis to deal with so our contact with them was minimal.

The staff I was most impressed with were the Vallnord ski instructors- they were so patient and helpful. I believe I was in the "numpty" beginners group, but by the end of the week even the most uncoordinated of us were flying down the mountain and coping with the chair lifts. Andorra is a great place to learn. There are some lovely gentle runs to boost confidence and I managed to ski all the way from the top of the mountain.

As the the St Gothard- this was a pleasant, efficient and engaging place to stay, if a little dated. The staff were polite and helpful and the bar was welcoming and well priced. The exchange rate is killing the "cheap ski" getaway charm of Andorra. However, with the Half Board option at St Gothard, we filled up at breakfast and dinner and managed to keep our spend to a minimum. The Ares Ski treats, such as toasties at the El Cau or nachos at Cisqos go down great when your tummy is rumbling...

The St Gothard is quite a walk out of town and we did not often make it back up the hill in the evenings, choosing instead to have a beer to two on the way down the hill at tea time and retire early. I know this may sound sad but I had no energy left t party by the end of a hard day's skiing.

The Food in the St Gothard is reasonably good, the breakfasts being well ranged and filling to keep you going on the slopes. The eveing meals had some "interesting" choices- veal curry anyone?- but even the Fella (notoriously diffcult to please food wise) gave it a grudging "ok" and managed to feed well every day. In short, the food may not have been glamorous or exciting but it was filling, fresh and plentiful, which is what you need when you are working hard on parallel turns! A surprising pleasure, however was the house Rioja in the restaurant which was very drinkable- but DO NOT assume this is the same house red in the bar. It isn't and the vin de maison in the bar is despicable, so be warned!

I do heartily recommend the "Steak Night" arranged by Neillson, which was at Surf restaurant by the gondola. For £22 a piece, including a drink, I have never seen so much tasty, barbequed steaky lovliness. Nom nom nom. The Fella was like a dog with two tails and was only disappointed that I had worked up enough of an appetite to eat my share, rather than leaving it to him.

The other bars we liked were El Cau for a bit of toastie goodness and Quo Vadis which had a kicking atmosphere for the end of term friday celebrations, when everyone takes stock of their acheivements in ski school.

I would definitely return to Arinsal, most likely to St Gothard (it was good value) although I would consider something a bit closer to the Gondola and bars.

Happy skiing, fellow trippers.

  • Liked — Stunning view from the balcony
  • Disliked — the vin de maison in the bar. ick.
  • Stayed January 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 February 2009

as it was our first ever winter skiing trip we were a bit nervy, but there was no need to be the hotel was great from arriving to leaving. the rooms were big enough for the time you were in them and very very clean... cleaned every day,, clean towels every day to... staff were freindly too.. food was great always something diffrent to choice every night and good breakfasts to.. the bar was nice and relaxed with tvs and games room if you fancied it. the hotel was about 10 min walk to the lifts up hill but there was a bus every `15 mins provided for you right outside the hotel. us being first time skiiers the slopes there were good plenty of diffrent directions to go as you progressed and the teachers were great to very patiant..

we enjoyed it that much we got home on sunday and went to thomson on the monday and re booked for next year..

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Reviewed 26 January 2009

our second time staying in this hotel. we were group of 9 people on a skiing holiday in arinsal and everyone was really pleased with the stay. there is nothing overly fancy about this hotel but it is comfortable, warm, clean and the food is good. great selection for both breakfast and dinner buffets-we ate there 4 nights out of 7 and were never dissapointed. staff are friendly and the rooms are spotlessly cleaned daily. the handshower in the bathroom is a little annoying but there is no end to the hot water and the water pressure is high. the biggest drawback is the trip up the hill to the village and the gondola-but we got the free ski bus every morning and in fact the walk down the hill was nice to stretch the legs after a day on the slopes. we hired lockers on the top of the gondola and collected our ski equipment on monday morning which meant that we didn't have to carry any of it back to the hotel. althought they do provide a room to store skis and boots.

everyone in our group attended ski school, with a total representation in 4 groups ranging from beginners to intermediate. we were all reallly happy with the level of instruction and progessed greatly during the week. instructors were great fun as well with some of the shenanigans extending well in to apres ski!

snow much better this year compared to 07/08 season. will definitly be going back to arinsal again-all round a great trip!

here is a really helpful website that is actually run by some of the ski instructors in arinsal. it has up to date reports on snow/weather, ski conditions etc. also info on equipment hire, ski pass, accomodation and the pistes-posted regularly by the ski experts!
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  • Liked — warm, clean, good food.
  • Disliked — 10 min walk uphill to village
  • Stayed January 2009, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 20 January 2009

Having read several quite negative reviews about the St Gothard I was wondering if I had made a mistake in booking our party of 12 into the St Gothard in Arinsal. But I need not have worried as our entire group had a great time and none of us would have any reservations in recommending this hotel to other groups.

Hotel room -

Firstly the check in was extremely quick and efficient. All of our rooms were a good size, very clean and the room service each day was excellent with clean towels being provided each day.

A safe is provided in each room which you need to pay 10 Euro for the week and a deposit of 15 Euro which you get back at the end of the week.

Hair dryers were provided and although not the most powerful it did the job fine and will save some room in the suit case.

Hotel food –

I am quite a fussy eater and I can safely say I didn’t struggle to find anything to eat in either the breakfast or dinner buffet. For breakfast there was a good hot selection with eggs, sausages (not to all of our groups liking), bacon, beans etc. There was also a good selection of cheeses, breads and yogurts. For dinner once again there was a good selection and there was good variety with different dishes being provided each night. There were always potatoes, chips or rice and a selection of hot foods to choose from including soup for starters, salads and also for dessert ice cream or a selection of desserts to choose from. Ramon the Head Waiter is great, a really nice friendly person.

Skiing –

A free ski bus runs regularly to the gondola which you need to get to get up to the slopes. If you fancy the walk it will take you about 10 minutes and is quite steep so I would stick to the bus.

Our group of 12 collected our ski equipment on the Monday morning and this was quite a quick and efficient process. I would say just to watch when they are fitting your ski boots as a few of our group had to go back on day 2 to be fitted for new boots as the boots fitted were too tight and causing pain.

As there were 12 in our group we attended the beginners (taken by Karin), advanced beginners (taken by Joe), and intermediate ski schools (taken by John). All of us really enjoyed our ski schools and found the instructors really helpful.

Some of our group took the gondola from the top of the mountain to the resort of Pal which is quite picturesque and has nice little runs through trees if you fancy skiing somewhere different during your stay. This was included in our ski pass and the gondola held about 40 people and runs regularly.

The cafes and food outlets are quite expensive up the slopes i.e. 2 Euro for a bar of chocolate so my advice would be to bring your own snacks up with you which you can get from one of the local supermarkets.

Après ski –

Hotel St Gothard is about 10 minutes walk up hill from the rest of the bars and restaurants but our group didn’t find this too much and was sometimes nice to walk of the large dinner we had just eaten.

All in all it is quite expensive at the moment in Arinsal given the current Euro rate. During our stay we visited Quo Vidos, the Derby Irish pub, El Cau and Surf. Typical price is 5Euro for a Bacardi Breezer – the bar prices in St Gothard are cheaper than the bars.

Trips –

During you snow brief your holiday reps will tell you about the trips available to you. Our group booked the “Ice Block” which is normally 20 Euro for the Pub Quiz, Pub Crawl and 70’s night. The Pub Quiz was held in El Cau which is really smoky, but to be honest the quiz was okay not great. The Pub Crawl consists of visiting five bars and in each one you receive a “free drink” – this is a shot normally and quite a rough one at that - don’t know if our group would recommend this. The 70’s night which is held upstairs in El Cau can be booked separately for the price of 10 Euro and between 9 and 10pm drinks are 1 Euro each which is great as you can load your table up to keep you going for the night. As well as the cheap drink the holiday reps also provide entertainment during the night which is a good laugh. Would perhaps recommend booking the 70’s night on its own instead of booking as part of the “Ice Block”.

As well as the Ice Block of 3 trips we also booked Arinsal by night which was 24 Euro per person – this trip consists of going down a small nursery slope on a sledge which was good fun, followed by a barbeque which was actually a meat pie and potatoes and a free drink of water, beer or mulled wine and then a display put on by the instructors coming down one of the slopes when it is darks with poles with flames on them. Our group felt the Arinsal by Night was very poor value for money and wouldn’t really recommend this trip.

Restaurants in the resort –

As the food in the hotel always provided good variety we only ate out the last night of our stay. We went for a meal in El Moli which is just across from the Gondola. This is a great restaurant with excellent food which is well worth a try if you want to eat out during your stay.

Overall our group felt Arinsal was a great resort with a good variety of bars for those looking a bit of après ski and with a great variety of runs for those looking for good skiing.

We were looked after the Neilson reps who did a great job and were always on hand if you needed anything.

We would definitely recommend Arinsal and Hotel St Gothard!

  • Liked — Good rooms and food
  • Stayed January 2009
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Reviewed 18 January 2009

booked the st gothard for our new year break with caution having read some reviews, but were most pleasntly surprised we had a super double room at the back of the hotel with lovely views over the stream , the room was cleaned daily to a good standard and nice soft towels changed every day, food was very good with plenty of choice for evenings and breakfast the new years eve meal was excetional and free flowing wine all evening , the staff in the restaurents and on reception were great nothing was too much trouble.true the hotel is slighly further out but this was not a problem catch the ski bus up to the gondola in the morning and walk back down in the evening via the many bars offering apres ski deals.
It is nice short flight to toulouse but a long transfer of 4.5 hours with a short stop ata very muddy field with a hut selling hot drinks burgers and chips 7 euros for to very small portions of chips, next time will take packed lunch.
the skiing was great snowed on five days out of seven we had five days of intermediate ski school with Darrin, great instructor cant believe how much we have improved.
we travelled with Neilsons which has always been a favourite but found some things not so great this time, new year party at el cau waste of money and the shared ski cage 10 euros pppw was chaos on the first days one pair of skis was missing as they alllowed anyone in to help themselves so no control and big queues at the end of the day , would have benn better to rent a ski locker but we will know next time . these were only minor points we had a fabulous holiday and would recommend the st gothard.

  • Liked — great service, friendly staff, great view and lashings of hot water
  • Disliked — uphill walk to gondola
  • Stayed January 2009
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North West
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Reviewed 10 January 2009

We travelled as a group of 8, 4 adult and 4 kids to the St Gothard Hotel in Arinsal Andorra on 28th December 2008 for a seven night skiing holiday and we were not disappointed. We travelled to this resort as a couple in March and enjoyed it so much that we brought the kids and our friends here for a New Year break.

First things first, all flights to Andorra appear to be early, wherever you fly from, I think this is due to the long transfer time. We booked our holiday with directski.com. Our tickets were sent to us via email, as an 'e-ticket'. The woman at the check in desk in Manchester was clearly not used to these and almost gave us all a heart attack when she said it wasn't a valid ticket and we weren't even 'on the system'. After she had a conversation with a senior member of staff she managed to work it out and booked us on, panic over! She wasn't very popular with us though, especially at that time in the morning (5.15 am!).

The flight time is around 1 hour 45 minutes with Thomson airlines, we didn't all get seats together on the flight, but this seems to be commonplace now unless you choose to 'book seats together' as part of your booking. Or it could just be because the woman who checked us in wasn't au fait with the system and we ended up scattered around the plane. The flight landed in Tolouse, and bags were collected and we got on the coach without much of a problem. Bags take ages to come through though but you do get them eventually.

The transfer is approx 4 hours give or take, initially on motorways in France and then a very long windy road up the Pyrenees. Parents beware, it is not good for those prone to travel sickness - get the kids to sit at the front of the coach. There wasn't a toilet on the bus but there is a stop en route. The stop is not all singing all dancing and consists of a small hut making chips and burgers etc and a sit in restaurant that only serves sarnies. There is a McDonalds down the road but not near enough to walk to in the time you are given for the stop. We knew all this as it was exactly the same as the last time we came so knew what to expect and came prepared! Bring plenty to keep the kids entertained.

Arinsal is a pretty resort, not as snowy in the village as Pas De La Casa or Soldeu and not as high. I wasn't expecting much of the hotel as we had previously been spoiled in March staying in the Diana Parc, but prices were prohibitive over the New Year period and we had to seek a cheaper alternative.

The St Gothard is at the bottom of Arinsal town, just outside in fact in Erts. Check in was efficient and quick. The hotel lobby itself was pleasantly surprising, plenty of comfy couches etc. The lift to the rooms is one of the smallest I have ever seen but we were only one floor down so took the stairs!

We had previously requested rooms at the back of the hotel as other reviewers had mentioned that they were larger and quieter. Our room was a corner room on the first floor and had a balcony that overlooked the stream running behind the hotel. We did not suffer from any noise in the night it was very quiet, only the faint sound of the stream. The room itself was huge, I think we were lucky though as all the other rooms were smaller (which weren't corner rooms). Two of the rooms had interconnecting doors so our friends could check on their kids. We wold have preffered a double bed but the selection was not offered on the Direct Ski website. All of our rooms had twin beds pushed together.

The bathrooms were all of a nice standard, with what is called a 'hand shower'. The shower hook is only half way up the wall above the bath so you can't stand under it and have to hold the shower over you, which was a bit of an annoyance. Although I got into having baths every night instead to soothe my aching muscles. Clean towels and extra shower gel sachets were put out every day and the rooms were very clean and warm. They also provide hairdryers in all the bathrooms which was meant more room in the suitcase! The water coming out of the bath taps was brown in colour although the water in the sink was fine, we didn't complain though as what can anyone do about it? I wouldn't recommend drinking it but was fine to shower and bathe in. There was plenty of hanging and storage space for all our skiing stuff and a safe which required a 15 euro deposit which you get back upon return of your key and another 10 euros to hire it for the week.

The bar in hotel is much larger than we expected, and the photos don't do it justice. The bar is huge and has sport on flat screen tvs and best of all serves San Miguel on draught!

The restaurant was one of the best buffets I have been to. All the reviews about luke-warm food and not much choice was certainly not the case during our stay. Admittedly I am not a fussy eater, but the quality of the food was excellent, with large steaks, pork chops, mountains of shell-on king prawns, as well as a very nice spag bol (which I am quite fussy about), jacket potatoes, cold Spanish meats (plenty of chorizo which I love), chips, meat stews, hot soup and bread rolls. I couldn’t think of a single thing to complain about. The maitre de was a bit short and grumpy when we first arrived but we were having a great crack with him by the end of our stay and didn't have to show him our dinner tickets after the first couple of days. Breakfast was just as good with something for everyone.

The location of hotel itself is the only bug bear, it is a long walk up to the town and the gondola, it’s only about ten minutes but after a year of total inactivity it feels like a long way! However there is a frequent ski bus, which to be honest we didn't make the best use of. There is a bus timetable in the hotel, and after the St Gothard the bus goes down the road, turns around and is coming back up the hill again within about five minutes. The ski bus is free with a lift pass but the driver never checks and the bus stop is right outside the hotel and takes you directly to the gondola station. Best to use this in the afternoon after you have finishied skiing for the day to take you back to the hotel to get changed and back into town for some après ski - we only figured this out on the last day! It is too far to walk back up the hill after dinner so we stayed in the hotel bar.

We hired our gear from St Moritz this time, we collected it all on the Sunday night and it was a bit like organised chaos. We also hired the locker in the shop which was 39 Euros - cheaper than the ones at the top of the mountain which were 50 odd Euro. The lockers are supposed to be able to house four sets of boots, poles and skis, but it was a bit of a squash and took some serious arranging. The guys in the shop will help you though and they are all really nice friendly and approachable, nothing is too much trouble. The lockers in St Moritz are kind of in an awkward place though and everyone is always walking past and getting in the way when you are getting your gear out in the morning. The lockers up the mountain although more expensive are less trouble, plus you don't have to cart your gear up the gondola or walk up the road in less than comfortable ski boots. The lockers up the mountain are in a room fitted out with benches for you to sit down and put your boots on. The lockers themselves are the same size as the St Moritz ones and you don't have anyone to help you fit your gear into them! Look out for Lupo the friendly dog in St Moritz, he wanders in and out of the shops and supermarkets and the restaurants feed him, apparantly he gets the bus to La Massana!

The only downside to having your skis in a locker up the mountain, is if the weather closes in and the gondola isn't running, you can't get your gear to go to one of the other resorts. This didn't happen this time, but it did when we went to Arinsal in March and we had to hire an extra set of gear each in Pal. There are also communal direct ski lockers which are much cheaper but we didn't use them so we can't comment.

The lessons were booked in advance as part of a ski pack and are well worth the money. The instructors all speak English and all our party advanced our skiing ability with their help. There seemed to be more English instructors around this time, but get Andreas if you can he is the best and explains things really well.

You can get the gondola from the very top of the mountain to Pal, which was busy all week and a bit of a crush. You can explore a whole new skiing area which is much bigger than Arinsal. The runs in Pal are steeper narrower than those in Arinsal, and some blues would be better classified as reds. The runs are more tree lined and picturesque but also seemed to have bigger queues for chair lifts and drag lifts. Only take the gondola to Pal if you are of a good intermediate level as the runs down from the gondola in each resort are very steep blue runs (more like reds) and not suitable for beginners.

The snow itself was great, the best I have ever experienced, and it snowed continuously for the first two days and provided loads of soft powder. The lift system in Arinsal was very efficient. The queues for the six man chair was always minimal, the four man to the top of the mountain was never busy but beware it does come round quick and sweeps you off your skis!

In terms of Après Ski, there are always guys at the bottom of the gondola tempting you into their bars. El Cau does a free toasty with every drink before 6pm, very tasty! Cisco does free chilli nachos and ice-cream for the kids and Quo do tickets for a free half pint or soft drink - I gave the guy 8 tickets one night and we drank in there for free! Which was very welcome as the drinks are very pricey now costing up to 26 euros for 4 pints and 4 soft drinks - but that it mainly due to the weak pound. The Derby - Irish pub also give out stickers for free drinks. All the bars show videos of the day out on the slopes so you can spot yourself!

There are three or four supermarkets in the resort, good for stocking up on essentials such are mars bars and twix for lunch on the slopes. The mountain cafe food isn't anything to shout about and is pretty expensive. It cost 15 euro for chicken nuggets, hot dog and two portions of fried and a coffee. But you can sit outside on the deck chairs and relax and enjoy a snickers bar while watching everyone skiing down the slopes.

As for the trips that the holiday companies sell; we did the Arinsal by Night and were disappointed for the price. The sledging was great fun but over all too soon, all the drink had gone by the time we got to the bar (which was included in the price of the ticket), so really it was expensive for what you got and it only lasted for an hour and a half. Other holiday companies did skidoo safaris and husky dog sledding which I only realised on the second to last day, I would have loved to have done that. Maybe next time.

The half day shopping trip is worth doing later in the season when the sales are on, but again because of the exchange rate you can't get the bargains you used to get.

Finally the New Years Eve Gala dinner at the hotel was fantastic, they really went to so much trouble to make sure we had a great night. They had laid out party bags, complete with hats and streamers etc. The meal itself was a five course dinner, which was delicious, along with as much free red and white wine as you could drink on your table, plus free champagne. There was dancing on up in the bar and everyone was having a great time. It was great way to spend New Year.

All in all, I thought the St Gothard was a great hotel for the price with nice rooms and lovely food, the location wasn't the best but you can get round that by using the ski bus to your advantage. Arinsal is good for beginners and intermediates, and the more adventurous can get the gondola to Pal and explore a huge selection of more challenging runs on the same lift pass. Arcalis is also worth a visit (again on the same lift pass), as long as you don't get too annoyed at the locals randomly stopping in front of you and generally getting in the way! Arcalis is beautiful and would recommend it to intermediates and advanced skiers, with wide uncrowded runs. Beginners should try it on the organised trip at the end of the week on the saturday, to put all your hard work in the lessons to good use and have a rewarding final day.

  • Liked — Food, clean rooms, good hotel bar
  • Disliked — Location
  • Stayed December 2008, travelled with family
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Reviewed 4 January 2009

My partner and I stayed at the St Gothard Hotel for a week as part of a First Choice holiday in Jan 08. Everything about the hotel was great - great location, a short walk up the hill to the cable car lift or ride on the free resort bus every 15 mins.

The welcome was really nice and there were some freebies in our room of mini perfume (the duty free shopping in nearby Caldea were trying to entice us to buy) and toiletries.

The room was a nice size, a double located on the first floor and overlooking the front of the hotel which was nice but on the 2nd night our neighbours were having a barney and we asked to move! We were then given a lovely double room on the 4th floor with an extra room with a sofa bed and a balcony overlooking the back of the hotel with a lovely view. With most ski hotels I've stayed in I've found that bedroom doors banging and echoey corridors add to the noise but this wasn't too much of a problem - just those dodgy neighbours next to our first room!

We could not fault the food one bit! The staff were friendly and attentive and constantly refreshing food on the buffet. We were half board and so had a huge hot and cold buffet breakfast and 4 course buffet in the evening with so much choice - just what you need after a hard day on the snow.

My other half booked a massage one evening and thoroughly enjoyed it. We were going to try the sauna but opted for the bar instead.

We went on the evening torchlit ski parade excursion which included tobogganing and food at the restaurant at the top of the cable car. It was worth it for the parade which was really nice.

We were looking at the prices for this hotel for this year's ski hol but decided to try Italy instead. However, if we hadn't found such a good bargain, we would have gone back.

  • Liked — Food and staff - both fabulous!
  • Disliked — Our neighbours but that couldn't be helped!
  • Stayed January 2008, travelled as a couple
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Property: St Gothard Hotel
Address: s/n Carretera d'Arinsal, Erts AD400, Andorra
Region: Andorra > La Massana Parish > Erts
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #3 of 4 Hotels in Erts
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Hotel Class:4 star — St Gothard Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 170
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