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Grenoble-Val Thorens transfers + acoomodation

 Poster: A snowHead
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Hello, Looking for recommendation of transfers between Grenoble airport and Val Thorens in February half term. Any advise much appreciated! Also quiet self catering accommodation near kids ski school, if anyone can recommend a place that would be fab- there are so much choice ! Thank you.
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For your transfer I would recommend Ben's Bus. I used them twice from Geneva to Val Thorens this year and they were reasonably priced - £46 one way.

For logistics I travelled back by train, so you could look at that as an alternative. You would need to get to/ Moutiers (Salins Les Thermes) then take a bus to Val T from there. The bus from Moutiers takes about an hour.

Train info is available on line from SNCF and bus info from Altibus.
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Agree with the above. Ben's Bus is probably the best value. Altibus also do transfers from Geneve to VT but I think those are more expensive. The train option is also worth looking into, depending on where you're travelling from. Altibus return from Moutiers is 21 euros (or was this year).

For accommodation, you can go through the Val Thorens website:
There are actually a few apartments already up, e.g.
though none of those are particularly close to the ski schools.
You can also book ski passes and lessons through there at the same time. There's an interactive map which shows the ski schools etc. so you can choose accommodation close to a school from there. Feb Half-Term will be expensive.
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Thanks for your advise!
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