What's the best way to travel to Meribel?
The popularity of Meribel as a winter resort means that there is no shortage of transport available. Depending on where you are travelling from, you have a variety of options.
Driving from home gives you the flexibility to travel at your own pace and bring as much luggage as you need. Meribel is approximately 600 miles from the channel ports and is served by motorway to within 12 miles of Meribel. View Googlemaps to plan your route.
A large number of airlines fly to Chambery, Geneva, Grenoble & Lyon airports and transfers are available by private or shared transfer, hire car or coach. If you are hiring a car remember to ensure your vehicle is equipped with snow tyres and chains.
We are happy to suggest the following transfer companies who offer private and shared services to Meribel. Please book directly with your chosen transfer company.
|Three Valleys Transfers||Alpski-bus coaches||Holiday Autos|
|Meribel Transfers||Bens Bus||Easycars|
||Ski Meribel coaches|
Trains are available from London to Moutiers or via Lille and Paris to Moutiers with SNCF services. Ski Cuisine can arrange minibus transfers from Moutiers station to your chalet, located approximately half an hour away, for £30 per person return, with a minimum of 2 people travelling. You can also plan your journey with Eurostar or Rail Europe.
Change over day:
We ask all our guests to be sympathetic to the fact that it is occasionally possible that out going and in coming guests may overlap for part of the day. This is due to the flexible service that we offer of catering for individuals preferred travel options. We would ask that you do not arrive at your chalet before 10am and that your rooms will be available from 4pm. Your chalet hosts will try to be flexible and store luggage and if possible try to arrange changing facilities if you arrive early or depart later in the day.
We ask that you vacate the chalet by 10am to allow the chalet staff to prepare for guest arrivals.