Spotlight: Hotel Naudi, Soldeu
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Hotel Naudi in Soldeu has long been a favourite of Destination Ski. The hotel has had a complete refit and is excited to welcome guests this season. The significant snowfall across Andorra in the last few weeks means conditions on the mountain are incredible. Book now to make the most of the 2018/19 season. Here are just a few reasons you should consider Hotel Naudi for your next Andorra ski holiday.
Set in the beautiful ski area of Grandvalira, Soldeu is fantastic for families and groups of mixed ability skiers. The resort is perfect for all, with spacious slopes and dedicated beginner zones, it is ideal for your next Andorra ski holiday. Soldeu is renowned for its English speaking ski school and it is easy to access the ski areas of Pas de la Casa and Grau Roig from here.
Hotel Naudi is located just 200 yards from the pistes meaning you can make the most of your time on the mountain. Enjoy your surroundings from the south facing terrace at the rear of the hotel, this suntrap is a welcoming area to just watch the world go by.
Hotel Naudi has been run by the same family for 3 generations. Its sister hotel, Xalet Montana is just a few doors away and it has also recently been refurbished.
Hotel Naudi has its own restaurant on site so you can relax after a day on the slopes and enjoy an array of delicious food. Each morning breakfast is served with a wide range of dishes available. For a taste of the mountains head to the restaurant where many of the dishes are based on local cuisine.
There are 28 rooms and 3 suites, all of which have been refitted to a high standard. Each room has fantastic views of the slopes, a TV, basic Wi-Fi, private bathroom and access to the hotel facilities. The hotel offers services including 24-hour reception, a free lockbox, laundry service and a business centre.Wellness
Make the most of your stay at Hotel Naudi, treat yourself to a relaxing massage in the wellness suite.
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