Originally, the Hotel Rosaleda, which was later declared an Asset of cultural interest, had 60 rooms, most of which had their own bathroom. It was also the first hotel in Andorra to have a pool and a party room. Its most noteworthy elements included the reading room with its leather armchairs, the common rooms (painted with allegoric mountain motifs, as well as Hawaiian, Tyrolean, Spanish and Catalan ones, and luxuriously accommodated), the main staircase, and one of the first electric lifts in the country. The staff was select and the hotel never closed, as it was oriented to customers with a high economic status. Many illustrious and rich people, as well as celebrities, some descendants of European royal families and even Aga Khan III stayed at this hotel. This is why the Rosaleda was the most luxurious hotel in Andorra. It closed its doors in 1998 and the Government expropriated it in 2006 to prevent its disappearance. The building has undergone a renovation and is now the seat of the Ministry of Culture.
Avinguda François Mitterrand, 13
The hotel currently houses the seat of the Ministry of Culture and is also a cultural space; part of the premises can therefore be visited.
L2 Encamp / L3 Soldeu / L4 Pas de la Casa