Hotels Prince Albert
Statut juridique : SAS
Siège Social : 33 Avenue Georges Mandel
Téléphone : 06 23 06 68 61
Président : Alnor JIWA
Capital : 1.049.248,00 EURO
RCS : Paris B 422 908 798
TVA : FR 65 422908798
Directeur de la publication : Alnor JIWA
Création du site : Agence WEBCOM
83 Rue Saint-Honoré
Tél. : +33 (0)1 83 56 95 62
Statut : SARL
SIRET : 500 333 745 00023
Site : www.agencewebcom.com
Hébergement : OVH
140 Quai du Sartel
Tél. : +33 (0)899 701 761
Statut : SARL
SIRET : 424 761 419 00011
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