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Reviewed 3 October 2010

We greatly enjoyed the two nights we spent in this hotel in October. Location is great; well away from La Vella, and on the road up to the Natural Park and its spectacular walking.

Our room was fine, although the fitments were a bit dated, and the hair-dryer in the bathroom didn't work. We had a huge double bed with a really nice double duvet. The bathroom had a spa bath.

The real joys of the hotel, however were the restaurant, and the service we got at reception. Dinner in the restaurant was exceptional, and the menu changed daily. The €20 Menu del Dia was discounted €5 for residents, and was superb value. Adding in the €70 we paid for B&B made a total of €100 per night for two people.

Breakfast was excellent, with great variety, including hot dishes. One irritation was the coffee system. There's a DIY machine which grinds beans and makes fresh coffee at the press of a button. The result is good coffee, but the machine makes one cup at a time, the quantity is small so you need to double up, and the instructions are in Catalan. Picture the queues! This was not a great idea.

The team on reception were charming, and very helpful. Unfortunately there was a wedding party taking place on the Saturday afternoon we were there, with lots of music, so the entire ground floor was very noisy for several hours. Nothing the receptionists could do about that, of course.

There is ample parking at the hotel, and free wi-fi in the reception area.

This really is a decent hotel, albeit with the odd quirk. But the quality of food and overall service, and the prices we paid, made it tremendous value.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank Go803159
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Reviewed 7 July 2010

Lovely town...great value hotel.

The staff were to a man/woman simply perfect...Helpful, friendly and genuinely cheerful.

We stayed on a B&B basis but eat in the hotel for our 3 night stop. People who were staying half-board had a more limited menu, which we were advised was not so good after week one. Our food was excellent...from the wild boar to the veal cheek to the pork fillet mignons...Very tasty!..and the wine wasn't bad either!

Special mention must go to the (what seemed), the senior receptionist...Roser Montse, whose smile would light up a starless sky... and the very chirpy young Brazilian waitress whose language range made us feel ashamed!

The district around Ordino and Ordino itself are a pure pleasure...much better than in and around the capital we were advised...

The walks up around La Rabassa and Sorteny are breathtaking...especially if you dip your feet into the melt-water to cool off!!

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 August 2009

Loved our stay here. The location is great, in peaceful grounds, yet just opposite the lovely pedestrianised street full of restaurants. The hotel is really pretty & charming with great views of mountains from balconies. There is a mini-golf course, a footie / basketball court, a tennis court & a small (cold!) pool, just enough to do after a day exploring the mountains.

There are some nice restaurants in pedestrianised street; we had two good meals at the creperie /Argentinian steak restaurant but BEWARE restaurant Topical, on corner opposite hotel. My chicken was undercooked & had blood coming out of it & I sent it back without eating it but they still insisted I must pay for it in full.

We went to Vallnord for a day, which is fun for kids, and also to Naturlandia, where we did the Tobotronc toboggan (highly recommended) & we loved Andorra.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 July 2009

The staff and the food were excellant.The staff were very helpful.
Very good bus service.
Jim

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 July 2009

We have recently returned from a lovely break at the Hotel Coma. The staff were excellent and able to provide good information for tourists. The atmosphere was very welcoming and the food served was lovely. The hotel has a small pool set in beautiful suroundings for a refreshing dip. The rooms are simply furnished but have a flat screen TV, fridge/mini-bar and a spa bath to relax in after long walks in the beautiful countryside nearby. We were also able to travel around Andorra using the local bus service. We had a thoroughly enjoyable holiday.

  • Stayed: June 2009
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1  Thank UkSus29
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