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Geneva to Oz midweek?

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We will be skiing in Oz-en-oisans and friends(a couple) wants to join us for a few days.
They arrive in Geneva on Thursday 12 March at 8h00 in morning and leave Sun 15 March from Geneva at 21h00.
Found ABBAtransfers for them, but quite expensive. They have limited time so train option would waste too much.
Any other suggestions on transport to Oz and accommodation that will take them for 3 nights will be appreciated.
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lizski, train out of Geneva to France is a non-starter really. By bus you'd have to do Geneva -> Grenoble -> Oz which would be a long and probably pretty expensive journey.

Personally I would think car hire is the only sensible option, it's about a 3 hour drive:

http://www.holidayautos.co.uk/cgi-bin/liveweb.sh/QSearch.w?ctryref=GBR&lang=EN&aff=xOneAccount
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agree with brian on transport

accommodation - just got back from a weekend in www.ladoucemontagne.com

it's in the valley below Oz but 15mins drive up in the morning and parking by the lift is easy. there is a shuttle bus too. accommodation is simple but adequate. dinners are pretty good and there is a nice cosy bar
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We (2 families of 4) are going for a week Sat to Sat. and are doing train to Grenoble then bus to Oz because it works out much cheaper than carhire for whole week ; but we have more time than our friends and there is a direct bus Grenoble to Oz on Sat. It is a full days travel.

brian,Thanks for carhire info, will compare that to transfers , hopefully friends convinced to come with

Arno, Thanks, will definately consider if they hire a car. Are there any hotels in Oz Station?

At least we wont have to worry about snow it seems.
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Car hire is by far your best option - it will cost your friends at least 5 times less than the most competitive private transfer one can find. No shared transfer or public transport available either. With regards to accommodation for 3 nights in Oz you will struggle especially since it is over a Sat. Hotels in Bourg d'Oisans or Allemont may be the best option.
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