• Free resident car parking

  • Free high-speed internet

  • Free Wifi access

  • Fully stocked bar

  • Restaurant with views

  • Tea & coffee making facilities

  • Friendly service

  • Multi lingual reception

  • Laundry facilities

  • Hair driers 

  • Iron & ironing board

Nick and Nuria:

 We have been running the Hotel Roc de St Miquel since 2001. Nick is from the UK but has lived in Andorra since 1992 and Nuria is from Barcelona. They have both been ski instructors for many years in Soldeu and mountain guides in summer.

They have been married since 2002 and live in the hotel with their twin daughters, Elsie and Lydia.


The ski area is accessed by parallel chair and gondola lifts from the two bases at Soldeu and El Tarter, giving at least four choices to get up to the above-treeline terrain first thing in the morning, minimising queues. There are two large ski areas specifically designed for beginners at Els Espiolet in Soldeu and Riba Escorada in El Tarter and more than 160 multi-lingual teachers ready to give advice. Beginners will soon progress on to the gentle slopes of Solana del Forn above the resort. Intermediates will enjoy Soldeu's skiing the most, with predominantly easy and intermediate trails to enjoy. 

The lift link to Pas de la Casa and Grau Roig opens up 200km (125 miles) of terrain best suited to intermediates. Expert skiers have eight trails to choose from and a drag lift serving the off piste terrain of Pic d'Encampadana. Here you will find a snowcat operation, unique to the Pyrenées, bringing off-piste powder to those who want it. It may be unique to the world in that the service is offered free of charge to lift pass holders without supplement. The resort announced a huge investment in new lifts and other infrastructure improvements for the millennium season. Soldeu built three new six-seater chairs all located to service the large snowfields above the treeline directly above Soldeu and neighbouring village of El Tarter. The lifts accessed 8 newly created trails (5 blues and three reds) adding 11km (6.5 miles) of terrain. A new quad, Les Solanelles also accessed some of these new trails and creates and also improves the link over to Pas de la Casa and Grau Roig.