Terms and Conditions of Sale



The acquisition of a service via the Paris Events International (PEI) website constitutes, on the part of the purchaser, an acceptance without reserve of the present terms and conditions of sale.

Paris Events International (PEI) reserves the right to modify its terms and conditions at any time. The terms and conditions that apply are those in force at the date of the purchaser’s order.


The services on offer are those presented on the Paris Events International website. These services are offered subject to availability.


Customers wishing to purchase a service are obliged to

– complete the identification form, supplying all the requested contact details;
– validate their purchase order after verifying it;
– make payment as requested; and
– confirm their purchase order and payment.

Confirmation of the order constitutes acceptance of the present conditions of sale.

The information provided and the registered confirmation constitute proof of the transaction. The confirmation has the value of a signature and constitutes acceptance of the operations conducted.

Orders only become definitive when you receive a confirmation email from us and the price of the service or services to be provided has been paid in full. You will then receive an on-paper invoice that includes details of VAT along with information relating to your order: order form, vouchers, and the address and other contact details for the suppliers and the staff in charge of providing the service in question.


Payment is due at the time the order is placed.

Payments are to be made by bank card and will be effected using the secure payment protocol SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). The information transmitted is encrypted by the SSL software, which prevents third parties reading the data during its transmission on the Internet network.


Some activities are reliant on weather conditions and may, in certain circumstances, have to be cancelled. In the case of a force majeure, reservations may be postponed or cancelled.

Paris Events International will communicate the details of a new offer.


Force majeure constitutes any external event or circumstance that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled and that prevents a service being provided. This includes such events as strikes by transport workers, hotel staff, and air traffic controllers, and insurrection and riots.

Each of the parties must pay the costs for which they are responsible that result from a force majeure.


In accordance with Article L121-20-4 of the consumer protection code, the right of retraction does not apply to accommodation, transport, restaurant, catering, or leisure services that are to be provided on a determined date or for a determined period.


Cancellation 30 days or more in advance: 90% refund.
Cancellation between 29 and 20 days in advance: 50% refund
Cancellation between 19 and 15 days in advance: 25% refund
Cancellation less than 15 days in advance: no refund.


During the process of sale online, the seller has an obligation to provide the means for the sale, but is not responsible for any damage resulting from the use of the Internet network such as loss of data, intrusion, virus, loss of connection, or other problems that are outside of the seller’s control.


All the elements of the Paris Events International website are, and remain, the exclusive intellectual property of Paris Events International.

No-one is authorised to reproduce, exploit, retransmit, or use any software or visual or sound elements from the site for any purpose whatsoever, even partially.

The insertion of any simple or hypertext link is strictly forbidden without the express written agreement of Paris Events International.


In accordance with the law of January 6, 1978, that relates to information technology, computer files and freedom, there may be automatic processing of personal data about purchasers.

Paris Events International reserves the right to gather data about purchasers. This right extends to the use of cookies and, if Paris Events International wishes, it reserves the right to transmit the information collected to commercial partners.

Purchasers may oppose the disclosure of their personal data by signalling this to Paris Events International and users have the right to access, rectify, or delete their data, in line with the January 6, 1978, law.

The automatic processing of data via the Paris Events International website, including the management of users’ email addresses, has been declared to the National Commission on Information Technology and Individual Freedoms (CNIL).


Paris Events International will archive order forms and invoices on a reliable and durable medium that constitutes a faithful copy in accordance with the terms of Article 1348 of the civil code.

The computerised registers held by Paris Events International will be considered by the parties as proof of the communications, orders, payments, and transactions conducted between the parties.


The present terms and conditions of sale are subject to French law.
In the case of litigation, jurisdiction is attributed to the competent Paris courts, notwithstanding multiple respondents or third-party claims.