The Coma hotel restaurant is a small, family friendly mountain hotel, located 1304 meters above sea level in a natural and peaceful environment in the village of Ordino, Andorra. The hotel is located just 5 minutes from the La Massana cable car, which gives access to the slopes of Vallnord, and 15 minutes from Ordino-Arcalis.
In summer, it is an ideal starting point for many outdoor activities such as: hikes of all levels (with or without a guide), mountain biking, road biking, as well as cultural and leisure activities in general.
The hotel dates back to 1932, and has retained a typically andorran architectural style. The property has maintained a high level of comfort thanks to continued improvements made by the Coma family.
Inside, wood, stone and the warmth of the fireplace give a rustic atmosphere, and everyone can find their place in the bar beside the pool table or in the reading room.
The hotel is also known for its outdoor spaces. Its gardens, swimming pool, tennis courts, mini golf course and summer barbecue area, are just some of the facilities available.
The cuisine is one of the great attractions and droves many local guests. Apart from its quality, it stands out not only for its quality but also for its authenticity, while combining seasonal dishes and Mediterranean cuisine, always using fresh products. We specially recommend the varied and well chosen wine list.
The 48 rooms are spread over three floors, all facing south. All the rooms on the first two floors have balconies and offer bathtubs with jets. The hotel has six family rooms for up to 4 people, 1 suite and 4 rooms designed for handicapped people.
The hotel offers special discounts to their customers for the Sports Centre.
News and up and coming events
FIS World Cup SBX in Vallnord Arcalis12/01/2014
The best Snowboard competition at Vallnord Arcalis with the best snowboarders of this moment. FIS SBX World Cup.
Arcalis10/03/201412/02/14 - 16/02/14
Is one of the toughest and emblematic commpetitions of the Ski Wolrd Cup Calender.
Participants will have to cover the 17 kilometers (and an accumulated incline of 1,768 meters) of a route that will reach Vallnord’s highest peaks, such as the Creussans peak (2,682 meters) and the Pico de Peregulis (2,702 meters).