Parking in Meribel
Meribel has plenty of parking, both free or paid open air parking and paid for undercover parking. There is also lots of on street parking throughout the various villages in Meribel.
There are several covered parking areas in Meribel where you can park during your stay if your accommodation doesn't have allocated parking.
Covered parking is recommended if parking for a few days so that your car does not get stuck by snowfall. You can find the covered parking at the following locations:
- Le Rond Point (Meribel Centre)
- Les Ravines (Meribel Centre)
- Le Parc Olympique (Meribel Centre)
- Les Rhodos (Meribel Centre)
- Le Hameau (Meribel Mottaret)
See here for a full list of tariffs of covered car parks.
Open Air Parking
There are several tariffed open air car parks if you want to park in resort just for the day near the slopes:
- Area outside La Chaudanne (Meribel Centre)
- Mussilon (Meribel Centre)
- Tougnete (Meribel Mottaret)
See here for a full list of tariffs for open air car parks in Meribel.
There are also several free open air car parks, but spaces here are often limited. Ensure to always check the signs near the parking as CCTV does operate in all the car parks and fines can be large.
Meribel centre has 7 free outdoor car parks, Meribel Mottaret has 5, Meribel Village has 2 and Meribel les Alllues has 3.
If you want to park here for the week during your stay, call +33 (0)4 79 00 58 92 for further information. For use of open air car parking spaces for a few hours or one day, then you can use the pay by phone service.
You can also now book all your parking online at https://www.meribelparking.com/.
See the below document for full information on available car parks, tarriffs and fines.
Parking for Electric Cars
There are now charging point for electric or hybrid cars in the public carparks in Meribel.
Two charging stations are available in each public carpark: Rond-Point, Ravines, Rhodos, Le Hameau, Villard.