Our airport transfers to Meribel and Mottaret will take you straight into the heart of the resort and take little more than two hours from either Geneva or Lyon when the roads are clear.
Transfers start from less than 50.00 EUR per person from Geneva so simply fill out our Quick Quote calculator to find out more.
In the meantime, we're proud to say that Three Vallee Transfers (3vt) have been offering airport transfers from Geneva, Lyon, Chambery and Grenoble Airports since December 2000. We specialise in the resorts of Meribel and Mottaret but also travel to Courchevel, Val Thorens, Les Menuires and La Tania. We also carry out ski transfers from Moutiers Station liaising with the Eurostar from London and TGV from Paris.
We supply both private and shared, door-to-door transfers to La Tania. The majority of our fleet is renewed each December. All can be seen by clicking here.
Our Online Booking System enables us to offer regular shared transfers in order to reduce the cost of getting to resort. Simply use our Quick Quote to find out more or have a look at our private or shared transfer pages.
If travelling with young children, we've teamed up with Maxi-Cosi and can provide either the rear-facing Maxi-Cosi Cabriofix or forward-facing Maxi-Cosi Tobi car seat with every single one of our transfers. Demand for this service is extremely high but we now have over 20 Maxi-Cosi car seats allowing us to cater for all eventualities. Check out our Travelling with children page for more details.
The links via the menu in the top right hand corner of the page will help you to book online or simply contact us via the many options at the base of the page.
Méribel lies in the Les Allues Valley at the centre of the world’s largest ski area. As well as the two main resorts, Méribel and Méribel-Mottaret, the valley also includes a number of traditional villages.
Together they form one of the most popular destinations for British skiers. The resort’s popularity is not only due to its extensive skiing, but also to the attractive chalet-style architecture. Unlike many purpose-built ski resorts, Méribel has retained its alpine charm and consists entirely of chalet-style wood and stone buildings.
The resorts of Meribel, Mottaret, Meribel Village and Les Allues are linked to the largest linked ski area in the world: The 3 Valleys, with 600 kilometres of prepared and maintained pistes.
The magnificent scenery stretches from the Mont Blanc massif in the north to the Les Ecrins massif in the south. After a few hours on your skis, you’ll reach the summit of the Les Trois Vallées, the Pointe de Thorens (3266 m) at Val Thorens.
If you’re wondering what’s happening in Meribel as we speak, you can easily keep up-to-date with all the latest news via Twitter. Simply follow us at @3vtweet to find out more!
If you're curious to know what the weather's going to do over the next couple of days in Meribel then our friends at meteofrance.com may just have the answer:
If looking for the place to be seen on the slopes this year then Meribel can offer this too. The Folie Douce promises to be the loudest venue in the valley again this winter, if looking to rest your legs but exercise your ears!
Hold onto your bobbles and have a look at what you can expect to enjoy whilst there...
Meribel's nightlife is legendary amongst skiers and you'll find a wide range of restaurants, bars and cafes to keep you well fed and watered. There's also a plentiful array of opportunities for hours of entertainment in the evening including The Tavern, Barometer and Scott's Bar centred around the middle of town. The different villages within the valley each have their own ambience and you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice.
We've also been selected as the 'official transfer company' for this year's comedy season in association with Taking the Piste. They've some fantastic acts coming to resort and we're delighted to be involved!
So then, ponder no longer as there's no better place to ski. Simply click here to check our availability and receive an obligation-free quotation.