With hotels in the buzzing city centre, or more quietly located on the outskirts, and with choices to suit all budgets and needs we can offer you exactly the right accommodation for your visit to Paris.
Fiap Jean Monnet
This is a purpose built youth centre with excellent facilities, centrally located in the 14th arrondissement. Accommodation is all in multi bedded en-suite rooms.
Residence International de Paris
Located in the Bagnolet area of Paris this is also a purpose built youth centre with good standard accommodation all in en-suite rooms.
This 2 star popular chain hotel is located just within the peripherique at Porte de Bagnolet. Its an ideal alternative for older groups on a budget.
Central Paris Ibis Hotels
For those who prefer a hotel to a youth centre, we work with Ibis 2 star hotels in a range of locations around the city. Ibis hotels offer comfortable B&B accommodation at an affordable price.
Kyriad Hotel at Disneyland Paris
A 3* hotel is located on the Disney site, 1 km from the parks and Disney village
European Campus Sainte Thérèse
We highly recommend this superb youth centre for school groups. Originally built as a boarding school it has an excellent range of classroom and recreational facilities. It is located approx. 1 hours drive from central Paris and 15 minutes from Disney. Our French Language Immersion programme takes place here.
''As usual all communication has been dealt with efficiently and helpfully. Everything met our expectations and the Fiap Jean Monnet remains a central and welcoming place to stay in Paris.''
The King John School
The City of Science and Industry Museum
This museum, unlike any other, invites you to take a different look at scientific and technological developments. It provides the necessary learning tools to better understand the world in constant change around us. Covering an area of 30,000 m2 exhibitions are organised around the major themes of science, technology and industry. They are supported by small-scale models, audio-visuals, demonstrations, interactive options and activity programmes. A must do visit on a Science trip to Paris.
The Marie Curie Museum
Take a free guided tour of this museum located in the former laboratory of Marie Curie the famous physicist. Trace the various stages of discovery of the Curie family who won five Nobel Prizes between them! Marie performed her research here from 1914-1934 and in this laboratory her daughter and son-in-law discovered artificial radioactivity.
The museum contains a permanent historical exhibition on radioactivity and its applications, notably in medicine, focusing primarily on the Curies, and displays some of the most important research apparatus used before 1940.
The Museum of Air and Space
Located at Bourget Airport and occupying over 150,000 m2 of land and hangars, this is one of the oldest aviation museums in the world with a wide range of aviation paraphernalia from as far back as the 16th century. Students love the simulators and the planetarium, whilst the ballooning era room is fascinating, as are all the modern air and spacecrafts, including the prototype for the Concorde and a number of Swiss and Russian rockets.
The Natural History Museum
Applying itself to research and the dissemination of knowledge, the Natural History Museum houses several large exhibition halls, the favourites being The Hall of Evolution and the gallery of palaeontology. Group visits need to be rebooked.
The Palace of Discovery Science Museum
Interactive experiments and verbal presentations address six fundamental domains of science (astronomy, chemistry, physics, life sciences, earth sciences, and mathematics) and develop specific themes in the temporary exhibitions. The museum presents and demonstrates science as it is lived and experienced, through a collection of interactive experiences and spectacular demonstrations. It is "science in the making".
Guided Tour of Paris
Enjoy the major sights and landmarks of Paris. WST can arrange for an experienced city guide to join your coach or take you about the city on foot.
Visit the most iconic landmark in Paris where students can take the lift to the top to see amazing views of the city.
Similar to the Eiffel Tower, the Montparnasse Tower offers panoramic views of Paris but is not as busy so queuing times are shorter. It also provides good audio and visual interactive facilities - which gives students the opportunity to improve language skills.
Seine River Cruise
The Seine River Cruise is a one-hour cruise - taking students from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame and back. The cruise is a relaxing way to see the sights and has either French or English commentary. This tour can also be done in the evening, giving students the chance to see the city at night.
Disneyland® Paris is a unique destination with two Disney Parks that are home to more than 50 attractions, shows and parades.
The Disneyland® has five themed areas that are filled with classic Disney stories and fairy tales featuring characters old and new.
Walt Disney Studios® Park
In this Park students have the opportunity to experience what it is like to become a star of stage and screen.
A West End show is a great opportunity to reward students – regardless of what they are studying. WST can arrange theatre packages for all tours and students of all ages.
Parc Astérix is located 30km North of Paris and is based on the famous characters from the Astérix comics. It offers a variety of attractions including white-knuckle rides and themed shows.
Montmartre And Sacré Coeur
This artistic area of Paris is filled with street artists and stalls. A visit here is a wonderful way to soak up the culture and being high up it gives students great views of the city.
Notre Dame Cathedral
The Notre Dame is a famous gothic cathedral at the heart of Paris and gives students the chance to experience the religious side of Paris.
Château Versailles is a UNESCO world heritage site and the scene for many historic events. There are a number of different tours depending on the time you have available but can include the palace and the gardens or Marie Antoinette’s estate. Most student groups choose to visit the palace with an audio guide and then explore the famous gardens.
This large indoor water park has wave pools, slides and a range of indoor activities – making it the perfect place to take students in the evening.
Many educational tours choose to take their students bowling in the evening. We can arrange a bowling night at a variety of locations depending on where you are staying.
WST can organise evening meals in the city to suit everyone. The most popular choices for students are:
- Hard Rock Café
- Le Saulnier
- Auberge Père Louis
In addition, the Disneyland® Paris Restaurants have a range of restaurants, including:
- Planet Hollywood®
- Rainforest Café®
- Buffalo Bills Wild West Show
- Earl of Sandwich
- Disney Lunch or Evening Meal (meal vouchers to use at counter service restaurants)