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Pas de la Casa Reviews

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Don't be put off - 20/03/2019
Overall

We arrived in Pas on a Sunday afternoon, which is notorious for crowds from neighbouring countries to descend to take advantage of the low duty on luxury goods. The place was gridlocked until the early evening, when the mini bus was eventually able to deliver our luggage to our hotel. Pas is not a pretty place, but the excellent skiing more than compensates. It is a vast ski area with very well cared for pistes. There are lots of lovely mountain restaurants and miles of quiet runs. There were no lift queues to worry about. The town has a good range of restaurants and bars for apres ski, and drinks prices are not excessive, with many having happy hours. Shopping is well catered for, especially perfume, tobacco and alcohol. We would definitely return.

Apres Ski: 5/5

Elizabeth Nicholson

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13/02/2009
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This is an excellent resort, especially for the twenty-somethings. There is a good nightlife but a tad on the expensive side at 5 to 6 Euros a pint. The snow conditions were great in the morning, but a bit choppy in the afternoon and the ski school instructors are very patient. I would recommend hiring a ski locker if you stay near the bottom of the resort as carrying the ski equipment up the hill to the lifts is quite tiring. We stayed at Chez Paulo, the hotel food is second to none. We had a choice of three starters, three main courses and three desserts. One night we also had the option of choosing from the al la carte menu. Paulo and his staff are very accommodating, although the language barrier is a hoot to get over. All in all, a great resort to ski and have a great night out.

Ian Hunter

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