Grandvalira
Grandvalira
Check-in
20
June, 2024
Thursday
Check-out
21
June, 2024
Friday
Apartments & people
1 room for 2 adults
Promotional code
Promotional code

What is a promotional code and what is it for?

With a discount code or promotional code, you will get other benefits in addition to the basic rate conditions.

How to use it?

If you already have a code, enter it in the Promotional Code field and start the reservation process. If the reservation meets the conditions of the code, it will be automatically applied to the reservation.

General conditions of use:

  • A promotional code can only be applied to the room and board portion of your reservation.
  • Any discounts associated with your promotional code cannot be applied to the complementary product portion of the reservation.
  • Only one promotional code can be applied to a reservation.
  • La Neu reserves the right to apply or not apply a promotional code.
  • Apart from the general conditions of use, each promotional code has specific conditions. These conditions can be viewed on the campaign or offer information page related to the code (for example, code expiration dates).

Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig and Soldeu-El Tarter

Grandvalira ski resort

In 1956, the businessman and ski champion Francesc Viladomat installed the first ski lift on the peak of Coll Blanc in Pas de la Casa. Powered by a lorry engine, the lift could carry up to 450 skiers per hour. From then on, the resort grew at an average one new lift per year.
Seven years later, the first ski lift was installed in Soldeu, signalling the start of a project financed by private capital launched by the Baró, Salvans and Torrallardona families. The first automatic snow cannons were installed at Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig during the 1980s, whilst the Riba Escorxada sector, accessible from El Tarter opened at neighbouring Soldeu. 

In 1993, the Comú (local council) of Canillo became the majority shareholder in ENSISA (the company set up to operate Soldeu El Tarter), whilst Crèdit Andorrà became the second-largest stakeholder in the enterprise. 

The first 8-seater cable car in the Pyrenees began to operate in 1996, and a new sector, Canillo, opened. Meanwhile, the first six-seater detachable chairlift in the region entered into service at Pas de la Casa-Grau Roig, operated by SAETDE, in 1997. 

By 2003, the two resorts were physically connected.

The rest of the story you already know… it is Grandvalira.