From the Miramar building it’s only about 150 metres walk up to the mid-stop of the Parador chairlift. The four minute Parador ride then takes you down to the central squares of the lower zone – the area where the main gondolas which take you up to the ski area are located, together with the majority of shops and restaurants. Skiers who are confident on red runs also have the option of using the Aguila piste, the last section of which runs beside the Miramar building with a rough track cut in across from the building (subject to snow cover). This takes you down to the lower zone where you can hop on the Borreguiles gondola and access the main ski area without using the Parador. At the end of the day’s skiing, the same track can be used to return to the accommodation rather than skiing all the way down to then take the Parador chairlift back up again.
The building has been well thought out in its design, with plenty of light coming in from all angles, views of the valley and pistes from most apartments and a day Porter available for technical issues. These are good quality, modern apartments where a little extra has been spent on furnishings and decoration to create a bright and comfortable environment.
Please note that the bedroom in the one bedroom apartments and the second bedroom in the two bedroom apartments are semi-private, in that they do not have a door to close them off entirely from the rest of the apartment.
* Maximum occupancy: four-six people.
* Located in the mid-zone of the resort
* Parking may be available on request and subject to availability
* A damage deposit or credit card number may be required on arrival to be used as a guarantee against material damages and excessive cleaning fees.
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