Finding an ideal hotel in Incles does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Euroski Mountain Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
Euroski Mountain Resort is a hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and shops. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Incles. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
While staying in Incles, you can check out a popular Spanish restaurant like Restaurante Parador Canaro, which is serving up some great dishes.
Euroski Mountain Resort looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Incles.
I have stayed three times the the Euroski Hotel for a ski holiday with my family. Its a great hotel in a great location with its own ski hire and close to the El Tarter cable car. The staff are really helpful. I stayed there last week and what a disappointment. The food is plentiful and good quality but was served tepid. I complained on the second day to the front desk and the person who took the complaint said they would check it and revert. The following day they advised they had raised it with the manager. Again that evening the exact same problem and I complained again. I hoped that would be the last of it but again the following day the exact some problem. I complained to the restaurant manager who said there was a maintenace problem. I went again to the front deck and complained and asked that the manager contact me. I heard nothing and went to eat locally to get some hot food. This is not what I expect from a 4 star hotel and I won't be back; how disappointing.…
We recently visited this hotel for a week in Jan 2020 and it was brilliant. We simply couldn’t fault anything. Rooms: They were of a high standard and were very clean and tidy. Room came with a fridge which was a bonus. The only small thing missing for us was having tea / coffee making facilities in the room. Bar / Lounge: Really cosy and warm with plenty of seating. A huge shout-out to Manuel, one of the barman, who made our stay brilliant but being fun, engaging and showing off his magic tricks! Spa: Yes you have to wear a swimming cap (we purchased them for 2 euros each) and contrary to other reviews, we saw all nationalities wearing the caps at all times. The caps provided are looser than traditional caps which make them more comfortable. Facilities were great and everything worked (which I find is rare in a spa as there is usually something broken). We were part of Inghams All-inclusive deal therefore the spa was free Food: It’s a buffet style for breakfast and dinner and whilst some food is repetitive, they do vary it as much as possible (or as much as any other buffer style hotel does). We found the food to be warm and largely tasty. Shuttle Bus: Two minibuses which shuttle non-stop all day to the El Tater gondola, and we had to wait, at most, 10 mins each day. Really good free service. Local area: El Tarter and Soldeu both have bars, restaurants etc, although there is more in Soldeu. Fat Alberts in Soldeu is a must, especially on a Tuesday and Thursday where The Shambles perform. Really good atmosphere and drinks are reasonably priced. Skiing: Huge piste area to ski with a great number of intermediate slopes (lots of red and blues). A few blacks although there could be a few more for those advanced skiers? Good off-piste opportunities for those who want it. Plenty of restaurants serving up good hot food and drink throughout the area. We would happily come back to Andorra for more skiing and if we do, we would definitely rebook Hotel EuroSki.…
We visited as a party of six as part of a package holiday. Ages ranged from late 50’s to early 20’s, with a wide range of dietary needs and holiday expectations. The offering here as very similar to a ‘chalet hotel’ except on a bigger scale and, based on past experience, to a better standard. In general, the hotel and staff exceeded our expectations. The only ‘negative’ is the location: it’s just a bit far to nip out to a local café or restaurant, or to walk to or from the ski gondola. The hotel stands adjacent to the main road about 5-700m from the centre of El Tarter or 750m from the main ski Gondola up to the pistes. We arrived by coach and were met at Reception by some very polite and helpful staff: they explained everything to us very well, and made sure we understood - they all spoke excellent English. We were given three very good rooms: spacious and clean, each with firm twin beds and an en-suite bathroom - with a big bath, and a shower head above the bath - and seemingly endless hot water. The rooms faced away from the main road, overlooking a small river that divides the hotel into two. Each room had an openable window and a heating/cooling system: during our visit (February) we generally had the window open and the heating/cooling ‘off’ and the rooms were still fairly warm. There was a TV in each room (which we hardly switched on, but which appeared to have local channels only), a fridge, and a hair dryer. There was a wardrobe with ample hanging space for two and some shelves. A safe was installed on one of the shelves. Our rooms were cleaned and tidied each day, and we were given new towels every other day. The central hotel facilities include a large bar/sitting room area on the Ground Floor, and a buffet restaurant below. There is a large swimming pool and spa area, which some of our party found to be very good. There is a ski-hire shop in the hotel, part of a chain called Shuski, which appeared to be reasonably appointed with ski equipment for hire, and which also had various items of clothing, goggles, etc, for sale. Our equipment hire was included in the package, but it appeared that their rental charges were quite similar to those elsewhere in the area (We didn’t find out until a few days before we arrived that our package actually included hire from this shop which made it much easier for collecting and handing-back gear than would otherwise have been the case - the package company had led us to believe we would need to visit a shop in the middle of El Tarter or in nearby Soldeu, which would have led to a panic on the last evening). The staff were very helpful. Our half-board package included breakfast and dinner, both of which were buffets. There didn’t appear to be another restaurant in the hotel, so presumably all ‘with food’ packages include these buffets. Breakfast consisted of a large array of both hot and cold choices: bacon, eggs, sausages, omelettes, mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, baked beans, ham, cheeses, salamis and cured meats, along with cereals, fresh fruit and yoghurts. In addition, there were various types of bread, rolls and pastries. Drinks included water, orange and pineapple juice, milk, and several types of coffee and tea. All of it was freshly prepared, and there appeared to be an endless supply. Dinner was also a buffet, with the choices changing every night. During the week, we were offered a different Paella every night, steaks, ribs, chops, chicken in lots of styles, and various fish dishes. There were also some excellent non-meat options, and always a pasta dish. There was also a different ‘quick’ option too: do-it-yourself burgers, hot dogs, pizzas, empanadas and so on. All of the dishes were prepared in an interesting style. Some of the vegetable dishes were a bit over-cooked, but generally everything was just about right. If something appeared to be running low, you just waited a few minutes and a new dish-full arrived. Most of the dishes were labelled to indicate principle allergens, ‘gluten free’, or whatever, but some of the naming of the dishes was a bit wayward so we did wonder how accurate the labels were too. The wine list was excellent. Staff in the restaurant were always very helpful and jolly - whatever the time of day. There are no tea and coffee-making facilities in the rooms, so you need to go to the bar for that sort of thing. The choice of hot drinks was impressive: hot chocolate, various teas and coffees - all nicely presented. At a slightly later hour, we found that there were lots of different spirits at the bar, and wines by the glass too. Draft beer included San Miguel and Guinness, with some other bottled choices too. Despite serving all of the beer in ‘Magners’ glasses, they didn’t have any cider. They had all of the usual soft drink options. The bar could easily be overwhelmed, so sometimes there was quite a wait for service - but the bar staff were very helpful, very friendly, and obviously working as fast as they could. We had a couple of dramas during the week, but the staff were very quick to resolve them with: a sewing kit; a cold compress; and some plasters. Each room was allocated a ski locker in the hotel basement: the lockers will each hold two pairs of skis and poles, two pairs of boots and two helmets. The locker room may be heated, but the lockers are not - our boots were still damp inside the next morning: if you don’t like this, you may need to take dryer inserts with you. The locker room leads straight to a layby where the Hotel mini-buses load to take you to the main Gondola. There are two mini-buses and each hold eight people: at peak hours, there can be a bit of a queue. (It did appear that one or two people thought queuing was ‘optional’, but they generally remembered their manners if reminded). Group lessons at the ski schools start at 10am close to the top of the Gondola: we found that if we were ready to leave the locker room at 9am there was no queue for the bus and we had time for a couple of short runs before the lessons started. Some of our friends found that they were late for their lessons when they tried to leave the locker room at 9:30am. A similar sort of arrangement happened the other way around at the end of the day: the buses wait at the Gondola to bring people back to the hotel. If you were on the last lift down (with everyone else) the wait could be 20-30 minutes for a bus, but otherwise it tended to be no more than five. The drivers were very helpful and friendly - and worked very hard to get everyone to and from the slopes as fast as possible. (Walking in the evening, we found that it took 10-15 minutes from the Gondola to the Hotel with normal walking shoes on: it would be rather more than that in boots, carrying skis, etc!) Compared to our other skiing trips, the main detractor for this hotel was the distance from the village (5-700m?), and also that the village (if you got there) was mostly accommodation and didn’t include much in the way of shops, bars or restaurants. As a consequence, although we did go for various walks around the place, we actually spent the vast majority of our time off the slopes in the hotel. Sometimes it’s good to get out and sample something else! We were told that taxis were readily available if we had wanted to go further afield. In summary: Rooms: big, bright, clean, airy, well-appointed, firm beds. (Andorran telly, no kettle) Spa: very good (some of the treatments looked a bit pricey) Ski-hire shop: excellent, helpful. Bar: spacious, relaxing, with excellent staff. Good choices of drinks Restaurant: wide selection of interesting food for all tastes (and dietary requirements) - very plentiful; good wine list; helpful staff Reception: very helpful at all times Ski locker room: adequate, if a little crowded at times! Ski-shuttle: quick, comfortable, helpful drivers - need to think ahead about timing, as there are other guests wanting the service too. Location: a bit too far from any kind of external night life. Too far to walk to/from the Gondola in ski-gear. Based on some of the reports on Trip Advisor, we were a little worried as to whether this was going to be the right choice of hotel. With the exception of ‘location’, it exceeded all of our expectations. I would have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone.…
Stayed at the Euroski hotel when skiing at nearby resort. Rooms immaculately clean and well equipped. Good SPA and bar and lounge nice to relax in after a days skiing. Only downside was the restaurant, the food was of a reasonable standard but was rarely warm. The buffet style was also chaotic and needs to be reorganised with staged times to attend meals.
Fantastic hotel all round, every one of the staff ready to help. Shuttles to and from the gondola. If you're thirsty for a good drink you must try the Gin & Tonic and make sure to ask Albert to make you one they were fantastico!!