Hotel Bruxelles (Soldeu), Soldeu and El Tarter

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4.0 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
The hotel is excellent; we stayed two floors up and woke up to views of the mountains every day which was amazing. We had a twin room which was just what we needed, clean with a nice shower. The food was really good, we ate a continental breakfast every morning and in the evening they did meals like, pasta, s... + more
Ross Campbell, Cambuslang
5 out of 5
I have nothing negative to say about the Bruxelles, it’s a very good hotel. The hotel is close to the lifts (about two minutes walk) and there’s a good bar opposite. I shared a twin with my brother and the room was small but clean and perfectly adequate, let’s face it, on a skiing holiday you’re either sk... + more
J Russell
5 out of 5
This is a fantastic hotel in a nice location, right in the village and about a three or five minute walk to the slopes. For me the breakfasts weren’t particularly great. I’d read some reviews saying they did English breakfasts and others mentioning continental. Unfortunately, they didn’t to English breakfast... + more
Craig, Hampshire
4 out of 5
The hotel itself is very clean and kept in good order. The location is perfect for getting around Soldeu. However the customer service and food were below average in terms of the courteousness and helpfulness of staff, and the quality of food. I wouldn’t recommend booking full board if you stay here – we were... + more
Martin
2 out of 5
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Location - where is Hotel Bruxelles (Soldeu)

The Hotel Bruxelles is located in the heart of Soldeu - just a two minute walk from the ski hire shops and gondola station which takes you up to the ski school meeting point.

  • Ski lifts - 120m
  • Ski school meeting point - 120m (Top of lift)
  • Resort centre - In the centre

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Bruxelles (Soldeu) description

The Bruxelles is a well-known and bustling hub right in the centre of the village, thanks to excellent food served for lunch and dinner on the stunning sun terrace overlooking the slopes.


Facilities - Hotel Bruxelles (Soldeu) features

Facilities†:

  • Restaurant with international menus
  • Sun terrace
  • Bar

† Some facilities may incur a local charge.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Number of rooms: 19

Rooms (2-4 people): Twin, double or triple with TV, private shower and wc. One room can take four single beds which a minimum of 3 adults must occupy.

Child discount: 45%Call us for more details for more information.


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Bruxelles (Soldeu)

Half Board. Continental buffet breakfast and three-course evening meal with choice of at least three dishes per course. Christmas dinner & New Year Gala dinner included.
We update Hotel Bruxelles (Soldeu)'s details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Soldeu and El Tarter - about holidays in Soldeu and El Tarter - about ski holidays in Soldeu and El Tarter - about ski holidays in Soldeu and El Tarter Andorra

Most terrain in Andorra English speaking ski schools Family friendly

Soldeu and El Tarter are the more reserved neighbours of lively Pas de La Casa, and share the same Grandvalira ski area with the best skiing in the Pyrenees. Over 200km of slopes, three immaculately maintained snowparks, and enough mountain restaurants to keep even gastro-skiers occupied. Down at resort level great bars and restaurants let you take advantage of Andorra’s famous sunny afternoons and, if you’re looking for a trip to avoid the crowds and prices of the Alps, a ski holiday in Soldeu or El Tarter is hard to beat.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Relaxed intermediates Progressing freestylers Budget conscious

Soldeu and El Tarter webcam

Snow Report: Top 80cm, Bottom 50cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 25.67cm

Soldeu and El Tarter trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Lleida-Alguaire Airport - Spain150 km
Toulouse Blagnac Airport - France195 km
Region:Andorra, Pyrenees.
First opened:1956

Soldeu and El Tarter lift pass price last reported as 240 € (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Bruxelles (Soldeu).
Night skiing: Yes
Soldeu and El Tarter has NE, NW, E facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 2100m
Top of slopes: 2600m
Bottom of piste: 1710m
Vertical drop: 890m
Total length of trails:210 km
Longest piste:5 km
Together with Pas de la Casa, Soldeu and El Tarter make up the Grandvalira which is the largest, highest and most popular ski area in Andorra. Soldeu is the larger and livelier of the two villages, with El Tarter retaining a more traditional feel. Although just around the corner from Pas de la Casa, there is a much more relaxed and family friendly vibe in Soldeu and El Tarter, and they have successfully distanced the villages from the cheap and cheerful heavy partying reputation that Andorra built up in the nine...
The Grandvalira ski area is the largest in the Pyrenees, and recent expansions and infrastructural improvements have enhanced it sufficiently so that it is rightly considered a viable alternative to skiing in the Alps, especially compared to the smaller resorts. With over 200km of piste, three snow parks, a boarder cross course and designated freeriding areas there’s fun to be had regardless of how you like to spend your day on the mountains. 60% of the ski area is covered by artificial snowmaking facilities, s...
Whilst the nightlife in this neck of the woods is overshadowed by nearby Pas de La Casa, there’s still enough variety for a one week ski holiday. And if this doesn’t prove to be the case, then Pas is just a short bus ride away… With a good range of tapas and assorted pub grub, as well as the usual suspects drinks wise, the Villager is the first port of call after big a day on the mountain. Fat Albert’s (Fatty’s to the locals) serves a range of local specialities and European staples. The nightclub upst...

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"Wake up to views of the mountains"

Ross Campbell, Cambuslang
5/ out of 5
The hotel is excellent; we stayed two floors up and woke up to views of the mountains every day which was amazing. We had a twin room which was just what we needed, clean with a nice shower. The food was really good, we ate a continental breakfast every morning and in the evening they did meals like, pasta, steak and chicken. We only ate out one night which shows you how good the food was. The staff were really nice and knew everybody as it was a small place with only about 20 rooms. Every day when I came back they had a beer waiting for me as they knew it was what I liked, which was a really nice touch. Because it’s quite a small hotel it doesn’t have things like its own boot room, so we had to hire lockers up at the ski lift. It did have a bar and restaurant and also wifi, but that’s about all. It was central with the nearest pub right across the road, the ski lockers 2 minutes away and the main gondola about a 2 or 3 minute walk. Because we had good snow, we could slide back really near to the hotel and it was almost half a minute to a minute’s walk although you’d probably have to be a more advanced snowboarder to do it. In terms of who the hotel best for, we met up with a couple of other families and a couple of older couples. It’s a quiet hotel for relaxing ski holidays where you go out to ski, come back to rest up and then go out the next day for more skiing. It’s not a lively hotel and I definitely wouldn’t recommend it to groups of lads.

"Best ski holiday I've had"

J Russell
5/ out of 5
I have nothing negative to say about the Bruxelles, it’s a very good hotel. The hotel is close to the lifts (about two minutes walk) and there’s a good bar opposite. I shared a twin with my brother and the room was small but clean and perfectly adequate, let’s face it, on a skiing holiday you’re either skiing, eating or in a bar so it’s not a huge issue if the bedroom isn’t luxury! I got the impression that all the rooms were quite small so the hotel might not be perfect for young families who want to stay in a room together, but other than this I would recommend it for all kinds of people. The food was very basic but good, we had chicken and chips, burgers, fish and vegetables and steak (one of the best steaks I’ve ever had). The staff were great and if anyone didn’t like what was on offer, they’d offer them something from the day before. The restaurant window overlooks the last slope down to the village which was nice. We had never done half board before as we usually like to go out and explore the restaurants in resort, but it was actually really nice to eat in the same place every night as you really get to know the guests and staff more. Even though I saw the trip as a budget ski holiday, because of the people we met and spent time with, this was probably the best ski holiday I’ve had. The staff were all very friendly and at the week you felt as if you knew them all. It was my birthday while we were away and everyone took me out and made a fuss of me which was really nice - I’m still in touch with some of the people we stayed with now!

"Fantastic and well located Soldeu hotel"

Craig, Hampshire
4/ out of 5
This is a fantastic hotel in a nice location, right in the village and about a three or five minute walk to the slopes. For me the breakfasts weren’t particularly great. I’d read some reviews saying they did English breakfasts and others mentioning continental. Unfortunately, they didn’t to English breakfasts which I would have definitely preferred, I like a good breakfast and especially on a ski holiday! Dinners were great though, not a big buffet like you get in big hotels but a set menu with things like chicken and chips, curry etc. There were always variations and if you didn’t like the first choice they’d give you an alternative. Our bedroom was small, but we went for the cheapest 3 bed room they could get and we didn’t spend much time in there anyway.

"Hotel fine, food and staff not so good"

Martin
2/ out of 5
The hotel itself is very clean and kept in good order. The location is perfect for getting around Soldeu. However the customer service and food were below average in terms of the courteousness and helpfulness of staff, and the quality of food. I wouldn’t recommend booking full board if you stay here – we were treated like second class customers to the non-guests who’d come in and booked a table.
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