The Hotel Palarine is a favourite among customers, who love the friendly service of the British owners. Surrounded by steep, wooded slopes you’re just a short 5-minute bus ride to the main gondola and the centre of the resort.
The Hotel Palarine is a favourite among Crystal customers, who love the friendly service of the British owners. Surrounded by steep, wooded slopes you’re just a short 5-minute bus ride to the main gondola and the centre of the resort.
- 5 minutes' bus ride to the main gondola and resort centre.
- Free evening shuttle bus to resort centre.
- Excellent value for money and an enjoyable atmosphere.
- Popular Bambú après bar with open fireplace and live entertainment.
- 5 minutes' bus ride to the lifts
- Ski bus stop outside
- 20 minutes' walk to the resort centre and gondola
Food and drink
- Welcome drink
- Hot and cold buffet breakfast
- 3-course buffet evening meals with a choice of main course and daily salad, starter and dessert buffets
- Themed buffet evenings including Tex-Mex, Chinese, Indian, Italian and a Sunday roast
- New Year's Eve gala dinner and party included (house wine, cava, beer, standard spirits and soft drinks included)
All rooms have a flatscreen satellite TVs with UK channels, WiFi and hairdryer.
Twin/Double Room - sleeps 2: Twin beds, private bath, shower and WC.
Twin Room - sleeps 2-3: Twin beds, single bed, private bath, shower and WC.
Twin Room - sleeps 2-4: Twin beds, two single beds, private bath, shower and WC.
- Bambú après bar with HD Sky TV including Sky and BEIN Sports, open fireplace and varied entertainment programme including live music and magic
- Happy hour Mon-Fri 4pm-6pm
- Playstation 4 console
- Extra charge for Bambú Oriental restaurant
- Seating area with TV in reception
- Board games available
- Free evening hotel-run shuttle bus to the resort centre (times vary depending on demand)
- Free WiFi
- 36 bedrooms
- lift to all floors
Our two favourite things about this area have to be the amazing quality ski school and its safe, enclosed slopes. Arinsal is part of the Pal-Arinsal ski area, so you can also explore neighbouring Pal. Beginners will spend their first couple of days on the lower parts of the Arinsal sector, while intermediates can hop on the cable car to the wide, tree-lined runs of Pal, the next valley over. And when you’ve run your legs out, the decent après ski scene starts right at the bottom of the slopes.
With free lift passes for kids up to 15 years, an amazing ski school and great slopes, it’s well worth making the slightly longer transfer to get to this affordable Andorran resort.
There’s a pretty big après ski scene in the area, with an almost constant party happening at the bottom of the slopes. There are plenty of bars, restaurants and venues to choose from, plus Arinsal offers a big choice of accommodation too. Choose cheap and cheerful apartments or a luxurious 5* hotel, as well as everything you would expect to find in between.