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Morzine Airport Transfers

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I'm looking to organise some airport transfers between Geneva Airport and Morzine, and wondered if anyone had any recommendations on the easiest way of doing this (without hiring a car).

I've been pointed towards a company called www.ski-lifts.com , who offer shared mini-bus transfers - anyone had any experience of these guys?
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jonflat2, we used ski-lifts to get to Avoriaz this year. They were excellent, text message on my phone when I arrived to say welcome, and where they were waiting for us. then day before leaving a text to say "hope you had a good holiday, we will pick you up at 6.30pm". Couldn't have asked for much more. Drivers are all English and friendly with good local knowledge. We had a private transfer so there was no hanging around, but i'm guessing most shared transfers will be for people on your flight anyhow.
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www.hikeandski.com do transfers as well as chalet hols.
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http://www.alp-line.com/ also do tranfers - I've never used 'em because we always hire a car but some of our guests have in the past.
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jonflat2, I've booked with ski-lifts for my trip in March. I went for the mega-cheap option of shared lifts on the basis that other people will probably have to wait for me to land in Geneva as I'm on the late easyjet from Liverpool Toofy Grin .

They were certainly the cheapest I could find, and you can get an extra 10% off with a discount voucher (find by Googling).

Ed
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We just used Ski-lifts to get to Champery.
Were waiting for us at Geneva, even with EasyJet delays and luggage on different flights
Didn't get the end of hol text, but driver appeared in good time.

Cost 9 of us £33 each return

All in all, pretty efficient, would happily use them again.
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Sounds like Ski-Lifts are the ones then Very Happy

Thanks for the feedback!
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
take a look at www.morzineairporttransfers.com who offer efficient and reliable airport transfers to Morzine and the surrounding area. The online booking system is really simple and easy too Smile
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and @daveysuff, you would be an uninterested observer? wink
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@daveysuff, got any chalet recommendations to make too? Preferably to someone else that’s looking for a holiday in 2008.
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@daveysuff, If you are going to spam your transfers, at least post the correct link, its .co.uk and not .com....does not really inspire confidence rolling eyes rolling eyes
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We use www.skiidygonzales.com with absolutely no complaints
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We used Easybus transfers in January this year. No complaints. Very good service
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