Hotel Llac Negre, Pas De La Casa

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I’ve stayed in the Llac Negre twice, and if I was staying in Pas again it would be the first place I’d go to for accommodation. The hotel is basic but comfortable, quite rustic with a lot of rooms being wood-lined. It’s classified as 2 star and that's definitely right in terms of the facilities. Both times... + more
Sean Crilly, Broadstairs
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Location - where is Hotel Llac Negre

• central location • 3 minutes walk to Solana ski lift • 5 minutes walk to nursery slope


Overview - hotel description - Hotel Llac Negre description

Set in a central spot near the bars and clubs of Pas de la Casa, the Llac Negre is a great choice for enjoying nights on the town. Run by the characterful owner Pat, you will be delighted by the fantastic home cooked food . Enjoy live music, a game of pool or catch up on the latest sports on TV in the bar.


Facilities - Hotel Llac Negre features

· lively après ski bar with weekly après ski event, satellite TV, pool table and free WiFi · ski room and ski lockers · non-smoking hotel · lift to all floors · 27 bedrooms


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for 2 people on half board sharing a twin or double room with private bath or shower and WC. Triple rooms consisting of either 3 single beds or a double and single bed and quad rooms consisting of a double bed and 2 single beds are also available. Rooms with a balcony and single rooms are available at a supplement. All rooms have telephone, TV and are non-smoking


Meals - food and drink in Hotel Llac Negre

· continent buffet breakfast · 3 course evening meals with a choice of main course · Christmas and New Year gala dinners included

We update Hotel Llac Negre'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 Pas De La Casa - about holidays in Pas De La Casa - about ski holidays in Pas De La Casa - about ski holidays in Pas De La Casa Andorra

Largest ski area in Andorra Great place to learn Varied terrain for all

Probably best known for its après ski culture and long sunny days, Pas is the liveliest ski village in Andorra and with boundless opportunities both on and off the slopes, you may well be in need of another holiday when you get back. As part of the largest ski domain in the Pyrenees, the skiing is not to be sniffed at - and with cut price heli-skiing on the cards it’s a brilliant choice as a second trip for snowsports aficionados.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Après Ski Cheap Tax free shopping

Pas De La Casa webcam

Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 28.83cm

Pas De La Casa 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

Pas De La Casa lift pass price last reported as 240 € (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Llac Negre.
Night skiing: Yes
Pas De La Casa 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
Not only is Pas de la Casa the highest ski resort in the Pyrenees (it sits at a lofty 2100m), but it’s also the sunniest. The après ski scene is arguably one of the best in Europe, and the resort is also home to some of the best shopping in the country… so far, so good! The first lift was installed by ski legend Francesc Viladomat in 1956, and the resort has been growing ever since. The village of Grau Roig was soon incorporated into the ski area, and when the resorts joined forces (and linked lifts) with ...
The variety of terrain is apparent as soon as you leave the village- from the six seater Font Negre or the smaller Costa Rodonda you’ll be able to access one of the regions snowparks, the boardercross track, beginners zone and a freeriding area. The beginners area at the base of the valley has a few incredibly gentle lifts and approachable nursery slopes and at the end of the day all levels of skier can ski right down into the village – the red/blue Tubs will take you virtually to the door of your hotel. ...
Pas de La Casa really comes into its own when it comes to the après scene, with locals and tourists alike taking liberal advantage of the duty free drink prices and late opening times. Eating out is much cheaper than you’d expect in a ski resort as well- most of the restaurants serve a selection of family friendly European food, though you’ll be able to find some local Andorran specialties (such as the warming escudella stew) at Costa Rodona. There’s a McDonalds and a Burger King for the unadventurous, w...

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"Rustic but perfectly good hotel - been twice!"

Sean Crilly, Broadstairs
4/ out of 5
I’ve stayed in the Llac Negre twice, and if I was staying in Pas again it would be the first place I’d go to for accommodation. The hotel is basic but comfortable, quite rustic with a lot of rooms being wood-lined. It’s classified as 2 star and that's definitely right in terms of the facilities. Both times I’ve been, it’s been run by an Aussie guy called Pat, and if he’s still there I’d definitely recommend staying there. The food has always been really good, in the morning you have 3 options for dinner and you always choose the food that way so that no time is wasted. It’s all fairly traditional British food, a lot like you have at home (fish and chips, pie and mash, curry, lasagne...). Everyone is very friendly - it’s not a massive hotel which means you get to chat with the other guests and the waiters and waitresses are locals and have always been really nice. The hotel has it’s own little bar where they usually do things like music nights. It only takes a short walk to get down to the start of the lift area (about 2-3 minutes). I’d definitely recommend hiring a locker at the bottom of the lifts so you don’t have to carry your ski stuff around. This is basically a place to relax and sleep and in terms of what the holiday costs, it’s perfect.
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