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Hotel Panda
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Reviewed 14 January 2013

Hotel Panda was clean and comfortable.
Staff did their best to accomodate us, hotel was in a great location, less than a five minute walk to the main strip of resturants and bars, aswell as the slopes.
For the price we paid, we would definatly come back to Hotel Panda!

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Becky F
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Reviewed 24 March 2009

My partner and I booked our first ever skiing trip and decided on the Panda hotel, as we were beginners to the slopes we thought cheap and cheerful would suffice. We knew it was a 2 star hotel and never expected the Ritz we were both slightly amused and disappointed.
To have a wire wool carpet throughout the whole hotel may be practical and heavy duty but not very comfortable underfoot, also carpet tiled skirting boards throughout the hotel raised an eyebrow however what we found most amusing was the 'pine effect' cladding on the walls that they had in the communal areas which was not pine at all it was in-fact laminate flooring!!

The rooms were very basic and a bit shabby, the walls were artex and the bed had no head board needless to say you couldn’t sit up in bed, however to further my amusement there was a light switch positioned on the wall right behind your head so one wrong move through the night and the room was lit up! The top sheet on the bed had numerous cigarette burns in and even the clean linen had a stale cigarette smell attached!

The bathroom was well equip with a jacuzzi bath, power shower and twin sinks although some of the floor tiles were smashed which you had to be careful not to stand on.

There is one electrical socket in the room (which is in the bathroom of all places) however this did not prove an issue as the tea and coffee making facilities consisted of a thimble sized cup so there was absolutely no point in making a brew!

Food - where shall I start... breakfast was a standard continental breakfast with cereal (which you ate out of a cup), toast, ham, cheese, croissants, tea, coffee and juices. Evening meal was barely edible. The starters were okay and you did get plenty of bread to fill you up which was quite lucky but the main meal and desert were worth missing. We ate out on a few occasions just to avoid the hotel food.

The staff were okay, but I think they would prefer it if you spoke French or Spanish as there English is very limited.

The resort itself is nice and compact, your never far away from anything shops, bars, slopes. Although we did find it quite expensive whereas previous reviews claimed it was quite cheap. We were paying 8 euro for 2 beers and approx 25-30 euro for lunch and 30-40 euro for evening meal which wasn’t too bad just that we were expecting to pay less. However if you hit a happy hour (which if you time right you can have a night out on happy hour as there all at different times) beers were generally BOGOF or 1/2 price. The nightlife was quite good but getting used to being in a smoky environment again took some getting used to. We did see a few drunken brawls mainly because the ratio of men to women was about 100/1!!

The pistes were fantastic, loads of choice and if you have an all area lift pass there are some fab views and slopes. We booked into ski school for 6 days, which was well worth the money, and we also hired a ski locker at the local ski hire shop just off the slope for 25 euro per week, which was worth it considering the only option at the hotel was in a cupboard next to the food!! Plus it saved you carrying them to and from the slopes (as they are quite heavy!!)

Overall the resort was fantastic and we had brilliant weather (some locals said the best in 10 years). We would definatly return to Pas just not the Panda hotel.

  • Stayed: March 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank AndorraGlitterchick
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Reviewed 29 December 2008

Just returned from a week at the Panda, was a bit worried after reading some of the previous reviews, but everything was fine. The room was small but cleaned everyday, with clean towels everyday and great a jacuzzi bath. Breakfast was the usual continental fayre, and dinner a very adequate three course affair.
staff were friendly, although drinks were quite expensive.

Pas has geat ski area, and plenty of night life. plenty of shops, although they all sell the sane booze and fags.

Would definately return to Pas and the Panda Hotel.

Stayed: December 2008
1  Thank watsonWales
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Reviewed 6 March 2007

Just back from a week in Pas skiing....stayed in the Panda, and was a bit worred, but it wasn't too bad.

That said, I was scared to death when we checked in....our room had been trashed by the previous occupants. Broken glass, half empty rum bottles, the whole thing. They soon cleaned it up though, and underneath was quite a nice room. The spa bath is a real treat after a hard day on the slopes.

The food is ok - breakfast is fine, but I would consider swapping dinner for lunch in La Belle Epoque, and then going out in town (if your package tour accepts that).

Beer in the Panda is expensive, try other bars (or happy hour in the hotel across the road). Overall, the hotel is fairly quiet but we did have one night where some drunken eejit tried to bash his way into the hotel and woke everyone up.

In truth - you get what you pay for....I;d consider going back to the panda again.

Stayed: February 2007
1  Thank TrkyTree
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Reviewed 17 January 2007

We have just returned from a week in Pas de la Casa staying in the Panda. The hotel is pretty much 'you get what you pay for’ being fairly basic but clean, tidy and in a decent location. The rooms are cleaned on almost a daily basis and all the staff seem nice enough although they don’t speak much English. The hydro baths are a nice touch and are relaxing after a hard days skiing.

The only criticism I have got of the Panda is the quality of the food served; it ranged from average to barley edible. Breakfast consisted of stale croissants and the so-called 4 course evening meals where so bad that towards the end of the week we were considering paying to eat out even though we hadn’t budgeted for this.

Pas in itself is a great resort if you looking for decent skiing and lots of partying with many bars such as the Underground and Paddies open till 3am.

Overall my holiday in pas was excellent and I would not hesitate to go back, just not half board at the Panda

Chris (24) Rich (25) Ryan (25)

Stayed: January 2007
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