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Is there a luggage drop in Morzine?

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Arriving in Morzine tomorrow lunchtime. Normally we would go skiing in the afternoon and leave our bags in the car until we can check in to our accommodation at 4pm. Unfortunately our designated driver and ski buddy has to go back to Geneva until Sunday so we need somewhere to leave our bags for the afternoon. Is there any where in Morzine like a left luggage centre where we could leave our bags securely for a few hours? Puzzled

Wasn't sure whether Piste was correct place for this but it's getting rather late and probably this forum is more widely read than most others - sorry Embarassed
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What kind of accommodation are you checking in to? Most of them have a reception area which you can leave your bags for the afternoon.
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bum, Self catered apartment in an apartment building. I have asked the company we have booked with (Morzinelets) who also have links to the ridge hotel but they are not able to let us leave our bags either in the apartment or in the hotel due to cleaning apartment and hotel Sad

I wonder whether ski hire shop might be more accommodating?
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halfhand, what bum, suggests
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under a new name, not possible apparently
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halfhand, that's odd, I've stayed with them twice and they've kept our bags for us on arrival and picked them up from the apartment on the last morning before we went skiing to give us an extra half day at each end of the week.
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Swirly, One issue seems to be that we are not using Morzinelets for transfer to and from GVA. One of our party lives in Geneva so we are transferrring ourselves. Technically therefore we are not eligable to have our luggage stored whilst we ski (am prepared to drop them a few euro - don't want it for free). We'll probably ask direct at the apartment or the ridge hotel when we get there. Was just trying to save a bit of stress and hassle.

The worst that can happen is that we stay in the pub all afternooon rolling eyes
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Hi halfhand,

did you sort out your luggage storage conundrum? I'm gonna have the same issues
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differentshades, you might find that if you buy yourselves a nice lunch in a restaurant they would let you leave stuff for the afternoon - provided you don't have daft amounts. If you're out skiing, with all your bulky gear, you would presumably only have very modest amounts of other stuff to stash?
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speak to the owner of www.gravierski.com
Michel, such a nice man and a great business that really cares about his customers. he will give you a tour of the shop, workshop and his perfumed heated boot storage unit Happy .

I'm sure he would be able to do something for you. probably charge you a few euros but may not if you rent or get your skis serviced

call him up and speak to him. tell him you've been recommended by a customer of his.
make sure you call and not email, he is old school Happy
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Not sure what the etiquette is with old threads but I'm trying to find an answer to the same question...anyone know of luggage store options in Morzine?

Research has thrown up this: https://www.morznet.com/news/morzine-s-swimming-pool-opens-its-doors-for-left-luggage-morzine-693162 which would be ideal but seems to only be a Saturday.

Les Gets could equally be useful
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I emailed Morznet.com and they said:

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I am afraid that the information is no longer true. There are a couple of companies offering ski locker facilities in resort and you can always ask at your accommodation if they can keep your bags for you while you ski.


Helpfully, they didn't provide any information on these companies offering lockers. I've found http://www.morzinestorage.com. The website doesn't fill me with confidence. Has anyone used this?
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
Yes it’s owned by the people that run the Rhodos @nb14, legit but rubbish website
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Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
Thanks for the confirmation. It's not massively close to where I'm staying but I guess it will have to do!
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 Poster: A snowHead
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I found a couple of options in the end

1. As above, Michel at gravier ski was kind enough to say we could store stuff in one of his lockers. He took a while to reply by e-mail and I guess would get fed up and won’t do it if lots of people asked.

2. The other ‘proper’ storage was ski-room.fr, only a couple hundred yards from the plenny lift by the looks of google. They seem somehow part of another ski hire shop (felixski from memory) but their website clearly shows lockers for hire daily and at 5-10 euro seems ok. We plan to use these, they said we didn’t need a booking and to just pay when we turn up.

Hope that’s useful
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