This is a hotel with a light heart. Stepping inside to a bright, color-washed reception you’ll be greeted by one of the hotel’s young and relaxed staff. This is a place where you instinctively wind down. Bedrooms grab a part of that amazing mountain panorama. Here, and throughout the hotel, contemporary art and fittings are offset by more rustic elements.
For the most part it works really well. But it is in the dining room where Cerro de Híjar scores highest. Martín, the resident chef, moved from a Michelin-starred restaurant to take up the reins at Híjar. His creations are both a visual and culinary feast.