Travelling to Meribel - Mottaret

 

A quick summary of the alternatives

Ptransfer 

 

Public buses:   
www.touriscar.com / www.coach-station.com

Geneva : www.touriscarnet.com  www.gare-routiere.com 

Lyon:    www.satobus-alps.com 

Generally the buses go via Moûtiers from where it often necessary to change buses.  This adds to the journey time making it longer and less convenient than getting a lift on a tour operator's coach.

Car hire:  this is frequently cheaper than a private transfer.  Book in advance and can be very cheap for the smaller cars. 

www.carhire3000.com

www.easycar.com

 
www.sixt.com
www.avis.com
www.hertz.com
www.budget.com
www.europcar.co.uk
www.nationalcarrental.co.uk

Private taxis: visit

www.snowtaxis.com 

www.3vt.co.uk 

www.Meribeltaxis.com 

www.meri-taxis.com

www.taxi-humbert.com

www.alpestaxistransports.com 

Helicopter and plane: transfers to Meribel Altiport possible:  04 79 08 00 91

Tour operator buses: it is always worth going to one the tour operator desks at any of the airports - on a Saturday they will have transfers to Mottaret which are generally faster, cheaper and more convenient than the public buses

  • Thompson

  • Neilson

  • Inghams (Geneva)

To organise a return with one of the tour operators either: 

  • organise this when you buy your transfer to Mottaret at the airport or

  • obtain the reps local telephone number at the airport or

  • when in Mottaret you will see various holiday reps around on the central piste area - ask them when and where they have their "office hour" often this is in Le Rastro pub at about 6pm each evening