We generally try and fit a Ski week in at about the start of March and love staying at the Sport Village but don't confuse it with the Sport Hotel although it is the same ownership for it is not so well positioned. I think the food is amazingly good; there is an ambitious menu which includes fish and sometimes lobster or langoustine and a large variety of meats, vegetables and puddings. The wine is a bit pricey and the lowest cost was 16 Euros a bottle. This is not an old hotel but well finished in polished panelled wood of the high quality that you find in the Alps and Pyrenees. The staff are not local: some are from Spain whilst a good core are from Argentina. The main language is Spanish but one gets by on English. I think the staff understand the meaning of good service and go out of their way to please. We find that if there is a problem they rush to put things right. The hotel looks out over the ski-ing slopes and you need to pay a bit more to bag one of these rooms that face the mountains. I don't find it cheap but one could go a long way to find better value and I shall go having an annual visit if my pension allows it. We came back last night (17th March 2013 having spent a wonderful week and the snow was superb. Although it is not connected to the hotel your lift pass, normally close on £200 a week, is free if you are over 70 in age.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- On the southern slopes of the Envalira Valley, SPORT HOTEL VILLAGE offers 148 rooms with private bath (25 jacuzzi), phone, satellite TV and a safety deposit box. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sport Hotel Soldeu