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Grenoble airport’s location makes it an ideal starting point in the French Alps as it is right in the middle of the Rhône-Alpes region. The airport is also known as Aéroport de Grenoble-Isère, Saint-Étienne-de-Saint-Geoirs and it was built in 1968 for the Grenoble Winter Olympics. Today Grenoble airport welcomes over 1 million passengers over the winter season. The terminal building has been rebuilt in 2002 and it offers all the basic amenities and facilities that you would expect of a small airport.
Handicapped Facilities at Grenoble Airport
Grenoble airport offers services for handicapped passengers in accordance with EU regulations. Make sure you advise your airline of any special requirements that you need before your travels. If you suffered an injury during your holidays then make sure that your doctor gives you a ‘Fit to fly’ certificate as without this you might be refused to board the aircraft.
Money and communication facilities at Grenoble Airport
There is a cash machine in the departure hall of Grenoble airport where you can extract euros. There is no money exchange service. Grenoble airport also offers a payable wifi access throughout the terminal for €5/day.
Grenoble Airport Restaurants
There is a café in the departure hall as well as the arrival hall at Grenoble airport serving drinks and sandwiches. Since 2012 there is also a restaurant upstairs in the departure hall called RestoFly. It overlooks the runway and offers typical local dishes as well as ‘plat du jours’. The restaurant also has a descent wine list in case you want to spoil yourself a bit. We would recommend getting food before going through security control as possibilities are limited in the lounge area. There is also a MacDonalds restaurant and a hypermarket a short, ten minute walk away from Grenoble airport. You just need to walk past the car parks and go across a roundabout.
Grenoble Airport Shopping
There is a small gift shop in the main terminal building offering souvenirs, sweets and cuddly toys. There is also a newsagent next door to it that sells international magazines and papers as well as cigarettes. There is also a Duty Free shop once you have gone through security control.
Other facilities at Grenoble Airport
Grenoble Airport offers facilities to its business travellers in the Business VIP centre where you can hire conference rooms and lounges.
Winters are quiet cold in Grenoble and it snows all the way down to the city, summers however are known to be very hot as it is protected from winds by the mountains. You can check the forecast for the next few days on this link.
Options for Grenoble Airport Transfers
Private Transfers from Grenoble Airport
By choosing to book a private transfer from or to Grenoble Airport you make sure that your holiday has a smooth start and finish. Especially if you are travelling with children or carrying sports equipment you probably don’t want to faff around with public transport or have to deal with extreme weather conditions in the winter. Some companies offer airport transfers in 4 wheel drive minibuses for extra safety and the drivers will be experienced in difficult conditions. Airport Transfer drivers usually know the shortcuts for beating traffic jams in the busiest periods.
When you arrive at Grenoble Airport, your private airport transfer driver will meet you in the arrivals hall with a sign and take you straight to your destination. On the way back they will suggest a pick up time based on the weather and traffic forecast. A private transfer from Grenoble Airport is the most convenient, comfortable and quickest way to travel.
Shared Transfers from Grenoble Airport
Save money and help the environment by booking shared transfers from Grenoble Airport.
Grenoble Airport Car Hire
You will find several car hire companies, like National, Hertz, Avis, Europcar at Grenoble airport. They all have a website so you can book your car in advance. You will find the car hire desks in a separate, purpose-built little building in the car park of Grenoble airport. When booking a car don’t forget to consider your party’s luggage needs. If anyone is bringing a snowboard or ski bag then a small car won’t be a viable option. You will also need snow chains in the car as local police might stop you on your way to resort to check that you have it. Car hire can be a good choice if you would like to travel to several places in the area and if you are a confident driver in snow.
For more information: www.grenoble-airport.com/-Car-rental-.html
Grenoble Airport Taxis
There are a couple of taxis usually for scheduled arrivals but hardly ever for charter flights. If there are no taxis around when you arrive, Grenoble airport will be happy to call you one. From the arrival hall you just need to go over to the main building and find the Grenoble airport information desk.
To and From Grenoble Airport by Train
The nearest train station can be found 45 minutes away in the centre of Grenoble. You can check connections on the official website: sncf.com. The two main train stations for skiing are Moutiers and Bourg-Saint-Maurice. From here you will need to get a taxi, a private transfer or bus to your destination resort.
To and From Grenoble Airport by Bus
There are buses into the centre of Grenoble running from the airport and the nearest train station is in Grenoble as well, 45 minutes from Grenoble airport. You can buy your ticket in the departure hall of Grenoble airport, there is a dedicated desk selling them. For ticket prices and timetables you can visit Grenoble airport’s official site.
From Grenoble coach station there are buses going to several ski resorts and Grenoble Altitude runs several buses directly to Alpe d’Huez and Les Deux Alpes. Have a look on grenoble-altitude.com.
Don’t forget that if there are more people in your party it might be cheaper to get a private transfer. You can also join other travellers for a shared transfer.
Grenoble Airport Arrivals
Arrivals at Grenoble airport happens in a small building adjoining the main terminal. There are a couple of luggage belts on the arrival level and another one downstairs in the baggage reclaim area. Your sports equipment will come on the same belt after all the other bags. Once you come through if you booked a private airport transfer your driver will be waiting for you in the arrival hall. There are toilets on the right of the building outside and also a small café that is open during the weekend. For other amenities you will need to go over to the main terminal building.
Grenoble Airport Departures
When you arrive at Grenoble airport you need to walk into the main terminal building, you will find trollies and the check-in desks on your left hand-side. On the boards opposite you, you will be able to check the check-in desk numbers for your flight. Check-in usually opens 2 hours before your flight’s departure.
Once you checked in you will go through security and passport control but be aware that the facilities are a lot more limited once you’ve gone through. Also as the airport can get rather busy listen out for announcements regarding departures.
Grenoble Airport Facilities
Grenoble Airport provides all the facilities you would expect to ensure that your time in the airport is comfortable while waiting for your flight.
Grenoble Airport Parking
Since the winter of 2011/2012 you have to pay for parking at Grenoble airport. If you are just dropping off or picking up then you can park for free for up to 10 minutes at the designated area. At the main car park you can stay for longer and it costs up to €12 a day. You can pay in the departure or arrival hall for your parking or directly at the exit. The machine at the exit only takes card payments however.
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Tourist Information at Grenoble Airport
The Tourist information desk is in the main building of Grenoble airport, just on you right from the check-in desks. The staff here will be more than happy to provide you with information about your onward travel and your destination.
Internet and Wifi at Grenoble Airport
Wifi is available in the main building but you need to pay for it. Just go to the information desk and they will give you a code.
Grenoble Airport Left Luggage
Unfortunately there is no left-luggage facility at Grenoble airport. Any lost property should be reported to the information desk and if necessary to the gendarmerie for a police report.
Grenoble Airport Hotels
There are no hotels right at the airport but there is a good selection of them nearby. Here are a few examples.
Hôtel Restaurant La Ferme de Thoudière
This small hotel has just 12 rooms and it is the nearest one to Grenoble airport, it is only a 5 minute drive. The 2 star hotel offers comfortable rooms and the perfect stop over for tired travellers.
Hotel front desk: +33 (0)4 76 65 48 60 or +33 (0)6 70 61 46 09
Best Western Palladior, Voiron
There are several hotels in the town of Voiron, which is a 25 minute drive away from Grenoble airport. If you’d like more luxurious surrounding this 4 star hotel has all the amenities that you will need for a relaxing stay. It offers free wifi, air-conditioned rooms and free parking on site.
Hotel front desk: +33 (0) 4 76 06 47 47
Grenoble Airport Contact Information
Official Airport Code: GNB
Address: 38590 Saint Etienne de St Geoirs - FRANCE
Tel: +33 4 76 65 48 48
Official Website: http://www.grenoble-airport.com