[In Images] La Clef Champs-Elysées Paris, the new 5-star property of The Ascott Limited

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Published on 24/01/19 - Updated on 17/03/22

After 2 years of complete transformation, the property opened its doors and became the third upscale residence of The Crest Collection in Paris.

La Clef Champs-Elysées Paris opens its apartments in a five-storey Haussmann-style building built in 1907 by the famous Hennessy family, founder of the cognac trading house.

The property has 70 rooms, suites and apartments. Some of the two-room apartments have a fully equipped kitchen with microwave oven and dishwasher.

La Clef Champs Elysées

Ngor Houai LEE, Managing Director The Ascott Limited Europe explains: "The residences in this collection reinterpret French elegance with modernity and offer our customers an exceptional setting and service. With the opening of La Clef Champs Elysées Paris, we wish to offer our customers an unforgettable and unique new address, reflecting French luxury and elegance."

The Crest Collection' is now composed of three Parisian properties : La Clef Louvre Paris, La Clef Tour Eiffel Paris and La Clef Champs-Élysées Paris.

La clef Louvre
La Clef Louvre Paris

Mr. Ngor Houai Lee, Managing Director of The Ascott Limited for Europe, said: "We have created The Crest Collection to recognize residences that offer a unique soul and experience, linked to their location, architecture or history. La Clef Champs-Elysées Paris reinterprets French elegance with modernity and meets the growing demand of a clientele sensitive to refinement."


The Ascott Limited

The Ascott Limited


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