Unfortunately, the bad outwheighed the good. Good: Staff are friendly and helpful, apartment clean. The cablecar is straight outside - would have been super if it was running. Rooms on the backside have views of the valley/town...Not so good: ...but on the front you`re straight on the main road through Andorra. If you plan to make anything more complicated than a cup of tea you need to plan ahead. There is no cutting board. We had to remove a cabinet shelf and use that upside down to chop on. The knives can cut pudding at the best. Most of the pots are too large to fit on the stove top (and there is no oven) - what were they thinking? The fan in the bathroom made a noise like someone was drilling in the next room, and came on whenever we turned on the lights. So we went to the toilet in the dark. The internet, that we were relying on to work during the evenings, was slow at the best, and kept falling out. (Dataroaming in Andorra is extremely expensive too - more than 5 times the price from Spain!). The only English speaking channels are BBC and CNN - very interesting but not night after night. We fancied watching a movie but none of the channels showed movies in any language. Reception has some (Pixar) DVDs, but the DVD player was on the TV in the bedroom, where the baby was sleeping. Again - what where they thinking, why not put it in the livingroom? Sorry Shusski, you have to try a little harder, and you might start by providing practicalities that actually work!!