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Best Car Hire in Geneva Airport

Discover & book your perfect Verbier car hire


    Best rates for Car Hire in Verbier, Verbier - Centre

    Best rates for Car Hire in Verbier, Verbier - Centre

    Tesla Transfers - Airport Transfers, Verbier

    Tesla Transfers offer you a range of vehicles which include the Tesla full electric super car that you rent for 3-4 hours to drive yourself and your family to Verbier - giving you full independence to travel at any hour.

    So if you arrive at Geneva Airport at 05:00 you don't have to book an expensive taxi to get you to resort. The services also operates from Verbier to Geneva so the same applies if your plane leaves Geneva at 08:00 and you need to leave Verbier at 04:00 - you won't need to pay-out for a private transfer. 

    Tesla Transfer's employees will meet you at either Geneva Airport or Verbier (if you are travelling in the other direction) to hand over the keys and explain the essential car information. Once you arrive at your accommodation (or at the airport) an employee will meet you to pick up the car - so it is still a door to door service!

    Although you can choose to rent a car for just 3-4 hours to get you to and from resort, half day and full day options are also available. 

    Their airport transfer services is available throughout the winter and car hire for half/full days is still available in the summer. Prices start at 270 CHF for a Tesla S90D with fuel included for from 190 CHF for a Dacia Lodgy with fuel included.

    This is the most ecological and fun way to travel from Geneva Aiport to Verbier!

    For further details and booking, contact Tesla Transfers directly.

    Please this search panel to help you find Verbier car hire with leading car rental companies at the airports and transport hubs. This search is powered by CarTrawler, which we have found to be effective for decent rental packages. 


    About Car Hire in Verbier

    About Car Hire in Verbier

    Verbier car hire can be arranged from all the local airports and if there are a few of you travelling together, it is not necessarily an expensive option. It is however, worth checking in advance to see what parking facilities are available at your accommodation as it can be tricky to find a space in town at certain times of the season.

    Pre-booking of car hire is highly recommended, and you should also detail any extra requests such as ski racks and baby seats etc, at the time of booking. Try our Car Hire widget below for some of the best deals and rental prices at the moment, or for more information on getting to resort by road, take a look at our page on Driving to Verbier..

    When hiring a car from Geneva airport, you should be aware that you can do so from both the French AND Swiss sides. Renting a car from the French side tends to be cheaper, but it adds an extra 45 minutes on to your journey as the position of the exit means you need to use 'A' roads before you can join the motorway. If you have made a reservation in advance, make sure you know where you should be collecting your vehicle from. This is especially important when it comes to dropping it off at the end of your stay at the French sector is not as straightforward to find and you should allow a little more time for your journey. You can find directions to the French sector here.

    Please note if you are flying into Geneva in the search tool, below, you may want to pick the country you are travelling to as Switzerland - to give you options of hiring a car from the Swiss side of the airport. You are not supposed to take a hire car across borders, e.g. to France, with foreign plates - however lots of people seem to do it. The advantage of hiring from the Swiss side is that you save 30-40 minutes drive - the French side of the airport is a long drive round the motorway.... Whilst the Swiss cars are more expensive, they also come with snow tyres, whilst the French ones do not in our experience.