Chalet Hotel Casale (El Tarter), Soldeu and El Tarter

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The chalet was absolutely fine. Very comfortable. It was good value for money. It was reasonably priced so we weren’t expecting anything particularly luxurious or 5 star. The staff were nice, it was service with a smile. The food was good – tasty and there was plenty of it. There was nothing I would fault. It... + more
Fiona Forbes, Salisbury
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Location - where is Chalet Hotel Casale (El Tarter)

  • Nearest lift: 650m to El Tarter 4-person chair
  • Equipment hire shop: 600m by the lifts
  • Tuition meeting point: 650m at the top of the lifts (with Grandvalira Ski School)
  • Resort centre: 600m

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Hotel Casale (El Tarter) description

The Casale is incredibly popular with our guests as it's a nice mix of a traditional chalet but with the size and facilities (ie a bar) of a small hotel. This creates a nice buzz around the chalet at après-ski when the bar is open and the drinks are flowing.

Like the chalet Motxo (pronounced mot-show) next door, the Casale has been lovingly converted from an old barn. Many of the original beams have been kept which gives a wonderful warm feel to the place. The large dining room is equally charming with its long tables for chalet-style meals and more wooden rafters adding to the warming feel.

Each of the bedrooms is a really good size with plenty of light and space to make you feel right at home. They all have an ensuite with shower, wc and a small selection of complimentary toiletries in case you forget your own.

This really is an ideal choice for couples or groups of friends looking for a home-from-home place to stay.


Facilities - Chalet Hotel Casale (El Tarter) features

Ski/board and boot storage in the entrance hall

Wine included with evening meals

Small Bar in the lounge area

Free Wi-Fi in the lounge/diner

Free slopeside equipment storage

Wireless speaker and board games for your entertainment

Daily housekeeping with towels provided

Pre-bookable private nanny service available on request

Your chalet hotel hosts live in

Children of any age are accepted in this chalet hotel


    Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

    The chalet hotel sleeps 38 people in 19 large, light and simply furnished twin rooms. Each has its own ensuite bathroom with a bath, with shower over and wc.


    Meals - food and drink in Chalet Hotel Casale (El Tarter)

    Our chalet board basis is designed for skiers and boarders. Breakfast is a fairly extensive affair with cooked and continental options every day. Your daily afternoon tea of freshly baked cakes and biscuits will be waiting for you when you come in from the slopes.

    Evening meals are a three-course set-menu with regionally inspired dishes and served with complimentary wine, all followed by fresh coffee. We provide evening meals on six nights a week to leave you free to head out and explore the resort on one evening.

    We update Chalet Hotel Casale (El Tarter)'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.
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    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.

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    Great for Beginners Relaxed intermediates Progressing freestylers Budget conscious

    Soldeu and El Tarter webcam

    Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm

    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 Chalet Hotel Casale (El Tarter).
    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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    "Good value for money"

    Fiona Forbes, Salisbury
    5/ out of 5
    The chalet was absolutely fine. Very comfortable. It was good value for money. It was reasonably priced so we weren’t expecting anything particularly luxurious or 5 star. The staff were nice, it was service with a smile. The food was good – tasty and there was plenty of it. There was nothing I would fault. It was a steep climb up to the chalet, about a 10 minute walk, so I would highly recommend renting a ski locker down by the piste, I wouldn’t have wanted to do it with skis.
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