Company, organization: Hôtel La Demeure
51, boulevard Saint Marcel
75013 Paris - France
Tel: +33 1 43 37 81 25
Share capital: 45.000,00 EURO
RCS (Companies register): Paris B 435 127 360
EU VAT number: FR33435127360
Purpose of site: Promotion of the establishment
Web master, design, editing, artistic direction: SAS WIHP
Photography: SAS WIHP
Web hosting: SAS WIHP
President SAS WIHP: Vincent Ramelli
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