Flaine

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Flaine is in Le Grande Massif ski area in the Haute Savoie department, in the Rhône-Alpes of Southeastern France. It was designed by Bauhaus architect Marcel Breuer in the 1960, has one of Europe's fastest gondolas and is known for being an eco-friendly car-free ski resort.

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Regular shuttle and bus services operate between Geneva International Airport and Flaine during the winter season. Distance is 70 km, transfer takes 1h 15min by car or taxi, 1h 45min by bus.

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  • Residence Pierre & Vacances Flaine La Foret, +33 1 58 21 55 84, [1]. Modern, comfortable establishment, offering larger apartments with greater comfort. Duvets as standard, a bakery service, Wi-Fi access in all apartments, heated ski rooms, boot dryers.  edit
  • Ski Collection (Flaine, Grand Massif Accommodation Specialist), 0844 576 0175 (), [2]. Ski Collection specialises in high quality accommodation in the high altitude resorts of the French Alps and features a number of self-catered apartments in Flaine including 4* Le Centaure. Accommodation, airport transfers, lift passes, ski school, equipment hire can be arranged. Bookable from the UK  edit

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