Compare transfers from Grenoble Airport (Alpes-Isère Airport)
Tell us where you are going when you land and Grenoble Airport transfer companies will send you their best prices for your transfers. Our system is different to other taxi booking websites because we don’t ask all the local taxi companies to give us their transfer prices from Grenoble Airport at the start of the season. If we did this, you would always pay the same (higher) amount for your journey. Our system asks local taxi companies to have a look at the times and dates you are arriving and departing from Grenoble Airport, and to make you their best offer at that moment depending on their existing transfer schedule and vehicle availability.
You can start your transfer request at the top of this page.
Ski transfers from Grenoble Airport
Most people arriving in to Grenoble Airport in the winter will be going skiing. FindTransfers specialises in helping skiers find the best transfer companies to get them to the ski resorts. The Grenoble Airport taxi companies that use FindTransfers are all highly experienced at offering ski transfers and their vehicles are fully equipped for the snow and can accommodate all your ski equipment.
In the ski season, the prices of transfers from Grenoble Airport are always cheaper on weekdays than on weekends because many more people arrive on Saturday and Sunday and so the companies are much busier.
The transfer companies using FindTransfers can accommodate any size group, but specialise in private transfers rather than shared / shuttle transfers so please keep this in mind. Private taxi transfers are a quick and comfortable option for 1-2 people to get from Grenoble Airport. For groups of 3-4, private transfers do not cost a whole lot more than taking cheaper options such as the public bus, and for groups of 5 and more private transfers from Grenoble can actually work out cheaper per person than other options.
To find our what your Grenoble Airport transfers will cost, please start your request at the top of this page.
Grenoble Airport to ski resorts
You can use FindTransfers to book a private transfer to any ski resort from Grenoble Airport. The popular resorts close to Grenoble Airport are Chamrousse (1hr 10mins), Alpe d’Huez and Les Deux Alpes (both around 1hr 40mins). Further along in the same direction is Serre Chevalier (3hrs 40mins) but if you are heading here it would be better to fly to Turin. In another direction are the famous resorts of the Tarentaise valley (Courchevel, Meribel, Val Thorens are all 2 - 2.5hrs drive), La Plagne and Les Arcs (2.5 - 3hrs) and Tignes and Val d’Isere (3 - 3.5hrs away).
Just enter the name of your ski resort at the top of this page and then fill in your transfer details on the next page. Transfer companies around Grenoble Airport and your destination will then see your request and send you their best prices. You can then compare all of the offers on one page and pick the company that best suits you.
When to book Grenoble Airport transfers
Use FindTransfers to book your transfers from Grenoble Airport as soon as you have booked your flight. Do not leave it until just before you travel.
By booking your transfers in advance you will have the most local taxi companies to choose from. As it gets closer to your arrival time, the best companies will get booked up and you will have less choice. The prices will also increase as companies have less vehicles available.
With FindTransfers you can book your Grenoble Airport transfers online 24 hours a day. Start by entering your journey details at the top of this page and then local transfer companies will come back with their best offers. You can then compare their prices and customer reviews and book when you find a company you like.
About Grenoble Airport
Edit 23 August 2019: Grenoble Airport has been renamed Alpes-Isère Airport.
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.