The definitive plans to enjoy Andorra: from the hotels to the restaurants that you cannot miss

1.Park Ice Axes. Walk through the clouds

Located at almost 2,000 meters of altitude, the recently remodeled Park Ice Axes in Soldeu reconciles the pleasures of the snow (with direct transport to the slopes and a renovated ski-room to get ready) with temptations like your spa, a wellness space with the Pilar Lebanon seal – the only one with treatments from the Alqvimia firm in the Principality and the 1817, Kao Soldeu and Moët Terrace restaurants. (parkpiolets.com).

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Views of the Grand Valira domain from the windows of the Park Piolets hotel.

2. The White Angel. live in a hotel

The residential project OD Group in the capital of Andorra wants to bring the concierge services of a five-star hotel to the home. This promotion of luxury apartments, which will be released in 2024, it is proposed that its inhabitants only have one concern: to enjoy themselves. (thewhiteangel.com).

The common areas of The White Angel Andorra, where socializing is synonymous with luxury. / doctor

3. Tristaina viewpoint. The all-seeing eye

Contemplate Andorra is observe a universe. And the truth of this statement is better understood from the 2,701 meters of altitude and the 25 meters in diameter of this newly opened viewpoint that is also a sundial. The Stendhal’s syndrome is guaranteed not only by the priceless 360º views of the Tristaina lakes and the Ordino valley (listed as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve), also for the panoramic view of the medieval towns that still preserve the peculiar vernacular architecture, a unique mix of romanesque and gothic elements, adapted to the singular and dark minerals of the territory. (ww1.ordinoarcalis.com/tristaina-solar-viewpoint).

The viewpoint, the work of the architect Toni Riberaygua and the engineers Sergi Riba and Lluis Moya. / doctor

5. Areny-Plandolit Museum. rural wealth

Guillem d’Areny-Plandolit, Baron de Senaller i Gramenet, was a 19th-century politician and businessman who transformed the Principality while protecting its singular beauty. His family house in Ordino It preserves the 17th century façade, but its subsequent renovations and the exquisite collections gathered by the aristocrat and his successors make it a Pyrenean history masterclass. Your visit is part of the rural itinerary recommended by the Andorra Tourism website. (visitandorra.com).

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It is also possible to make a virtual visit to the Casa Museu d’Areny-Plandolit on Google Maps. / DR

6. Igloos. Love bubbles

Of the bubbles integrated in the terraces of the Gastro and nightlife spaces in Grandvalira (in the image) to the Dome glampings of Epic Andorra, the country of the Pyrenees has found in the bubble format the ideal formula to make temperatures as welcoming as night skies or virgin landscapes. (epicandorra.com).

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Veuve Clicquot bubbles taste better in a bigger bubble, in the Grandvalira après ski. / DR

7. Sport Hotel Hermitage & Spa. White gold

That its easy access to slopes of Grandvalira (the largest ski area in Europe) do not be distracted: this hotel is a luxury destination in itself. His 5,000 m2 spa and its restaurants (the newly opened Ibaya by Francis Paniego has achieved its Michelin star in just one year) will soon prove it to you. (hotelhermitage.sporthotels.ad)

Sport Hotel Hermitage & Spa, a luxurious refuge where it is impossible to get bored.

8. In the Snow Veuve Clicquot. cool cubed

Vigneronne fondues with one of the best champagnes in the world? In this sybaritic embassy at the foot of the piste, chef Xavier Formatger Affineur pairs all kinds of delicacies with Veuve Clicquot and some hypnotic sights. (grandvalira.com).

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In In the Snow Veuve Clicquot, skiing is just a pretext.

9. Carmen Thyssen Andorra Museum. beyond the bunker

If we abstract from the controversy raised by the Mata Mua, we will recognize that the artworks that Baroness Thyssen exhibits in its Andorran museum are well worth a visit. Until the beginning of next year, the Made in Paris exhibition: the generation of Matisse, Lagar and Foujita reflects the gravitational force that Parisian cultural life had between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th. (museucarmenthyssenandorra.ad)

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The Carmen Thyssen Museum houses jewels from the 19th and 20th centuries in its Andorran headquarters.

10. L´Abarset. Long live the show.

From breakfast to party and from winter to summer, the new leisure area après ski the tarter surprised both by the groundbreaking design of Dream Up Design (which is inspired, magnifying it, in the aesthetics of mountain chalets) as well as for its live music and its superb gastronomic commitment. (abarset.com).

L´Abarset, architecture and gastronomy at the service of pleasure..

11. The Dairy. eating Europe

In addition to the most charming boutique hotel, Grau Roig is a concentration of gastronomic spaces A must for travelers and locals alike. In his restaurant La Vaquería, the hard part is deciding between the endless wines from the wine cellar Wine Theater and the different delicacies that fuse the native recipe book with nods to French cuisine.

La Vaquería, après ski gourmet reward.

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