Picture the scene. You’ve just planned to go to one of France’s most popular ski resorts for your next Alpine holiday. Your starting point is Geneva Airport, perfectly located near your final destination.
But - you don’t know how to get from one to the other!
Time to change that - we’re here to help. Let’s explore the best option for you and your family. The trip from Geneva to Meribel, Mottaret just got easy!
If you’re looking for Geneva ski transfers that offer:
The answer lies in private transfers!
Why waste precious slope time getting from the airport to the resort? A transfer will only take around 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Timings can vary depending on road and weather conditions. But, rest assured that your driver will always take the best possible route - never compromising on safety.
Decided to go with the easy travel option? Time to talk prices:
At Alps2Alps, you quote will only ever be reduced - not increased. This is because we don’t have fixed prices, we work with a transparent pricing structure. Your quote will be based on factors such as:
Let’s face it - who wouldn’t like to spend a little less on their ski holiday? You can save money when travelling from Geneva Airport to Meribel by opting for a shared transfer.
Alternatively, why not go midweek? Here you’ll find the cheapest ski transfers. Prices tend to be higher on weekends and during school holidays - so you could save up to 60%!
We can take you to our conveniently located ski rental store en-route to your resort. Here, you’ll have professional, high-quality equipment fitted by the experts.
Some more good news - with any paying adult, kids’ ski hire is free!
Before you head off on your unforgettable ski trip, make sure you’ve got all the facts about your journey.
Sitting around 5km from the city centre, Geneva Airport can get busy in peak season, but is well-equipped to deal with the flocks of skiers!
If flying with your own skis, make sure you check how much airlines will charge you.
Need to change travel plans? Meribel sits nearby many other airports, such as Chambery or Lyon Airport (LYS).
Also, there are public transport options too. There are many buses from Geneva Airport, or you could take a taxi. However, bear in mind that public transport often results in delays due to multiple changes or waiting around.
Time to start getting excited for your upcoming ski trip!
Meribel is a prestigious resort that has gained its immense popularity for good reason. Let’s take a closer look at what it has to offer its guests:
The resort is made up of three parts: Meribel centre, Meribel village and Meribel Mottaret. This means no two holidays are the same and there’s something for every guest!
Meribel sits within the Three Valleys, or les Trois Vallées - the world’s largest linked ski area. This encompasses other famous resorts such as Les Menuires, Brides les Bains and Val Thorens.
Your lift pass will give you access to 600km of pistes, varying from beginner to expert level. 150km of these sit in Meribel itself alone.
Thanks to the terrain parks and number of runs, the resort offers exciting opportunities whether you ski or snowboard.
The best ski holidays aren’t those that are only about skiing. Luckily, Meribel offers the full package.
From bakeries to fashion boutiques, skiers who love shopping will find themselves perfectly at home. There’s an exciting array of shops just waiting to be discovered - keeping you occupied away from the pistes.
Of course, Meribel is famous for its eclectic and lively apres scene. The range of bars and restaurants will suit everyone, whether you’re looking for a quiet night out or to let your hair down. You’ll meet a wide range of people - from couples to skiing nomads!
If you’re travelling in the company of younger skiers, they’ll be looked after too. From expert ski schools to plenty of entertaining activities - every member of the family will find themselves settling in in no time.
The village itself sits in the French region of Les Allues. It has managed to retain an authentic and traditional feel, despite its popularity with tourists.
The resort’s altitude ranges from 1450m-1800m, providing plenty of thrills and winter activities for holiday-makers.
What’s more, the resort sits within the Vanoise National Park, meaning it still has plenty to offer in the summer months.
If all this talk of Meribel has got you in the mood to book your ski transfer, why wait any longer?
Our online booking system is the easiest way, but you can phone us if you’d prefer. Inform of any special or additional requirements you might have and we’ll do our best to accommodate them!
Professional, affordable ski transfers are what we’re good at. See you at the airport!