Staying in Paris

Being a major tourist destination, the city of Paris offers hundreds of hotel choices ranging from budget to luxury.

Paris is divided in 20 arrondissements (districts) arranged in spiral with the 1st district being at the center. Now the rule of thumb is, the closer you are to the center the more expensive is the accommodation.

Partner Hotels

Novotel Suites Paris Porte de la Chapelle

Hotel website.

Located less than 10 minutes to the Docks de Paris, this hotel is perfect for those who prefer to be very close to the Venue.

We have a coupon for this hotel that offers 10% on the regular rate, breakfast, and option for cancellation.
The code is “RUBIKS”, and you can go directly here to see the rate for a 4 nights stay for WC!
Some rooms can be shared up to 4 people.

hotel_factory Hotel Factory

Hotel Factory is a booking website with a selection of more than a thousand hotels with preferential prices.
This makes it a good alternative for those willing to enjoy both Paris and the WC, as you will very probably find what you need!
You can book here.

Maranatha Hotels

Hotel website.

We made a partnership with a selection of hotels that belongs to the Maranatha Hotels Group located around the very touristic Montmartre neighborhood, and close to the metro line 12 which also services the World Championship venue.

Our exclusive discount for the event is 10% off on your reservation (excluding extras); valid on all rates from 12th to 16th July 2017 inclusive.

Please use the following promotional code when booking: RUBIK2017.


The venue of the World Championship will be the Dock Pullman at “Les Docks de Paris”.
It is just a 5-minutes walk from the closest Metro 12 line station “Front Populaire” and around 15 minutes from the Tramway T3b line station “Porte d’Aubervilliers”.

Leisure, Fun and Discovery

What is great about Paris is that almost all tourist attractions can be found in the city itself and all are conveniently accessible by the French subway the “Metropolitan” or more commonly known as the Metro.

Another practical and efficient way to visit the city is by river cruise. A 30 minute to an hour boat ride where you can see famous monuments from the Seine’s river bank.

You can also take a stroll along the right side of the River bank where a long stretch has been opened to pedestrians or get lost into the Bohemian streets of Paris.

And, you may not want to miss what the City of Lights can offer at night like bars, clubs, popular show venues or simply enjoy the sight of lighted monuments. Some museums and art galleries are open until late in the evening.

Here is a schematic map of popular sightseeing places in Paris:
Paris Map WC2017 Website