7-night ski break in Andorra inc flights & transfers, 4* hotel including breakfast and a 4-course buffet dinner daily for £399 per person @ Travelzoo - HotUKDeals
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Inghams is offering a 7-night ski break in Andorra for £399 per person, including flights and free transfers. A peak-season ski trip to this popular resort would usually cost £559.

Accommodation is the 4-star Euro Esqui in El Tarter, Soldeu, Andorra, on a half-board basis, including breakfast and a 4-course buffet dinner daily.

Children aged 2-11 years will also receive a free lift pass (when two adults book).

Direct flights from London Gatwick to Toulouse depart on 9, 16, 23 January. Departures on 19 December or 6 March, 2011, are an extra £100.

The price includes coach transfers from Toulouse to Andorra. Flights from Bristol, Birmingham and Manchester are available for an additional £25.

Book by 27 October.

About the hotel: This 4-star hotel is located at the foot of the slopes of the Grandvalira ski resort in El Tarter, close to Soldeu Ski Resort. A free chair lift service is provided to the El Tarter Snow Park, just 700m from the hotel. Hotel facilities include an indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a steam room, plus a cosy bar. The hotel offers a free ski shuttle, ski lockers and a ski shop with ski gear for hire
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#1
If you've been skiing in any other country then you'll hate Andorra, its cheap because their lift system is so basic and you'll want to eat out every night even though you're booking in a full board 5 star hotel.
Great if you've never been skiing/boarding anywhere else although you can usually get a much better catered chalet (including wine) elsewhere on a last minute deal for less than this.
#2
g8ryj that is such a stupid comment you ever been skiing in Andorra or in the last 20 years.

Andorra is a great place to ski with a lift system that would put many Alp resorts to shame its also one of the most freindiest places to ski maybe thats because most of the ***** think the lift system is basic.

Edited By: cuzzy on Oct 20, 2010 20:09: .
#3
Agreed, Andorra is the Travelodge of ski destinations.
#4
if there are 4 of you, try this deal to banff for 11 nights. £499. http://www.travelzoo.com/uk/holidays/ski-and-snow/906413/?utm_source=top20_uk&utm_medium=email_top20

I'm afraid I have had the misfortune of going to Andorra before and would not return.
#5
I have to agree Andorra doesn't necessarily host the most modern of ski resorts, but I don't think anyone should be too put off by that. I had my first ever ski holiday there about 7 years ago and it was more than adequate for my needs - holiday price was good, accommodation was basic but functional, the ski school was excellent, the snow conditions were fine, and the people were friendly. I've since been to Bulgaria, Sweden, and Norway, and would still be quite happy to return to Andorra. As long as there's snow, a few slopes and somewhere to sleep at night I'm happy!
#6
Seems a decent deal, can't say I find skying all that interesting though, I'm already on the flat ground so why would I go up a hill to come back down to the flat, seems the most pointless thing I can contemplate.

Would be tempted to maybe sit in the warm by a nice view and read a book with a cup of coffee but to be honest I can do that just about anywhere.

Hot, but not my cup of tea.
#7
seems like a good deal for me, but i have not really looked at ski bargains yet. Will keep my eye out :)
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BCBobUK
Seems a decent deal, can't say I find skying all that interesting though, I'm already on the flat ground so why would I go up a hill to come back down to the flat, seems the most pointless thing I can contemplate.

Would be tempted to maybe sit in the warm by a nice view and read a book with a cup of coffee but to be honest I can do that just about anywhere.

Hot, but not my cup of tea.


What a random stupid comment! Is it just to add an extra mark to your stats?!?! You haven't even tried skiing (correct spelling by the way) And by your comments of sitting 'enjoying the view with a book' i guess your pretty old and boring so 'skying' wouldn't be your sort of sport!
#9
I agree with Vurt, Banff is a great place, for the price, its a no brainer, the only downside is that you have to get the ski bus to your choice of 3 resorts every day, but everyone speaks English and there's some great restaurants and bars for great apres !

Cheap at £499 - http://www.igluski.com/exclusive---save-300-pp-on-canadian-holidays_o546

Karyen, you are right, I haven't been skiing for years, I converted to the dark side, snowboarding many years ago and have to say that I'll probably never ski again - Boarding is so much more fun :)

Favourite places have to be Niseko and Valle Nevado, although they are expensive for most people.

If you have £400 to spend, take a look at all the good ski websites like http://www.igluski.com,http://www.fasttrackski.co.uk,http://www.crystalski.co.uk and give them a call - tell them your budget and they'll usually find you a great deal, better than they have advertised on their websites :)
#10
g8ryj
If you've been skiing in any other country then you'll hate Andorra, its cheap because their lift system is so basic and you'll want to eat out every night even though you're booking in a full board 5 star hotel.Great if you've never been skiing/boarding anywhere else although you can usually get a much better catered chalet (including wine) elsewhere on a last minute deal for less than this.

When did you last go to Andorra ? Have to confess I've not been there myself in 4 years, but did ski there for 12 years running and the lift infrastructure's superb. It certainly doesn't have the more extreme terrain that the alpine resorts can offer, but for beginners/intermediates I'd recommend highly. I've stayed in Pas, Soldeu and El Tarter, all resorts in the Grandvalira ski area, each with their own character and all have a great nightlife (if that's what you like). The English-speaking ski/board schools are excellent and the entire ski area is groomed nightly. I'd expect the food in the 5* (read that as 3-4* by UK standards) hotels to be excellent, but trip advisor etc will be best source for a specific hotel rating. The one thing I will say against it is the price; it used to be a cheap destination in Europe (competing with Bulgaria/Romania) but those days are long gone and bar/restauraunt prices are probably comparable with the rest of Europe now.
#11
Not a bad deal.

My first two snowboarding trips were in Andorra about 5 years ago. It was great as I was just starting out but now after boarding Meribel and Tignes I dont think I could ever go back. I think I would find myself comparing it to the French resorts which are so much bigger and offer more exciting terrain.

Im unsure of where to go next year. I really want to try Canada but thinking it will get expensive!!
#12
Have to look at the total cost, the banff deal discussed here doesnt include lift pass or ski hire as I looked at that one myself. Still cheap though for canada.

I'm guessing fromt the description the andorra deal also doesnt include ski hire and lift pass (other thans kids passes). Cheap resort though so wouldnt be much to add on.

From the deals I've looked at this season crystal ski packages (includes pass and hire) seems to have some gems. Also 5% discount may still be available if you quote hemel ski centre.

http://www.crystalski.co.uk/ski-packages/?_s_icmp=skiplus2010
#13
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BCBobUK
Seems a decent deal, can't say I find skying all that interesting though, I'm already on the flat ground so why would I go up a hill to come back down to the flat, seems the most pointless thing I can contemplate.

Would be tempted to maybe sit in the warm by a nice view and read a book with a cup of coffee but to be honest I can do that just about anywhere.

Hot, but not my cup of tea.


What a random stupid comment! Is it just to add an extra mark to your stats?!?! You haven't even tried skiing (correct spelling by the way) And by your comments of sitting 'enjoying the view with a book' i guess your pretty old and boring so 'skying' wouldn't be your sort of sport!


OK

- the spelling, that was dumb on my part but I would suggest that an individual who corrects the spelling of another should not leave the quality of their English open to question by using ?!?!? as a form of punctuation.

- A skiing vacation does not quality as sport, the Olympics yes but I think a week in Andorra is stretching it.

- Anyone who makes comments to bump up stats is a moron. However, if you find a comment to be pointless then I would suggest that replying to said post suggesting it is pointless is in fact more pointless.

- That you equate reading for relaxation with being old and boring would suggest you are an illiterate buffoon with the intellect of a retarded ape with access to a keyboard.

That is all

Edited By: BCBobUK on Oct 21, 2010 20:16: context
#14
I cannot believe some of these comments. Sounds like computer rage.
The deal:- Looks good and will give it heat, just for posting.
#15
I am getting fed up with this site. It used to be a site I felt part of and I enjoyed contributing to. Now it's just a place for people to be arrogant and bitchy.
banned#16
not bad for beginners but soldeu isnt fun for anyone of a decent standard after a couple of days
#17
If you're staying in the central part of Soldeu then Andorra is a superb place to learn and excellent for many levels of skier/boarder. Also has the plus point of cheaper nights out than the majority of European snow destinations. Whoever thinks the lift system is poor obviously hasn't been there in the past few years. Plenty of runs over a large area and lots of lifts...all nice and modern...not sticks and stones as some berks in this thread seem to think.

Excellent price although El Tarter is quite a distance from the main part of Soldeu. If you like heading to a few bars you've got heck of a trek ahead. You'll be hard pushed to find this kind of price for any other destination though unless you are planning on staying in the **** end of beyond. Good find!

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