I haven't stayed at the Coma: my mother lives nearby and so we go there occasionally for meals, or coffee, and I am reviewing it particularly from the point of view of someone who has a very elderly relative, because the service is so good. Montse, the manageress, is a lovely person, and when we last ate there could not have gone to more trouble to make sure that my mother (96, frail, and very deaf) was comfortable and had what she wanted. The hotel also has a garden at the front where one can sit out under umbrellas and enjoy a coffee and a pleasant view: again a bonus with an elderly deaf relative as cafes can be noisy.
Basically, it's an old-fashioned (and I mean that in a good way) European family hotel, popular with locals of all nationalities, who hold functions there (Andorran wedding, British bridge mornings, International Club talks), which keeps it busy and part of Ordino's life. A friend stayed at the hotel the other day and said that the rooms were simple but spotless, and that the staff were extremely helpful in giving her advice as to where to go hiking.More