If you've decided to make the most of Andorras ski slopes, then you'll definitely be wanting something to munch on. Luckily, once you've kicked off skis, Andorra's ski resorts offer several options for dining.
Reserve a spot at The Grandvalira for a unique atmosphere in which to enjoy the mountain nights. If you're up for it, you'll get the chance to experience different activities on the side – from excursions by snowshoe to snowmobile or snowcat (depending on the restaurant you choose).
For example, if you drop into the Vodka Bar Restaurant come evening, not only will you get to enjoy a premium menu based on mountain cuisine, but dinners can be combined with other activities, including mushing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Plus, it's a beautiful space to refuel, with a vibrant interior that was designed by prestigious interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán.
If you're in Vallnord Ordino-Arcalís (and you're not afraid of heights), try dining in the Borda de la Coma restaurant. Set at an altitude of 2,220 meters, it's the perfect pit-stop after a night-time excursion by GicaFer or post giant sleigh ride.
At Vallnord Pal-Arinsal there's a range of night-time activities on offer. To unwind, make your way to the Coll de la Botella restaurant where you can get stretchy in a yoga class at 2,200 metres. Comprising of a one-hour Kundalini followed by a healthy, organic dinner it's a great way to find some zen between other snowy sports. Wanna speed things up? The same restaurant also hosts zumba classes, so you can get super sweaty and then reward yourself with a delicious dinner. Result.
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