Just steps away from the Champs-Elysées and the Place de l’Etoile at 49 Avenue Marceau, the Helzear Champs-Elysées suites and apartments welcome you in the heart of the Golden Triangle, and are located in a magnificent Haussmann building with 27 apartments on 6 floors.
From studios to 3-bedroom apartments measuring 20 to 70m², some are connecting suites and can accommodate up to 12 people.
Timothée de Courcy, the founder of Helzear, has created décors inspired by 1950s Scandinavian design while maintaining exclusive and contemporary comforts.
A luxurious and privileged location whose apartments are named after the streets in this historic district: François 1er, Iena, Grande Armée, George V, Wagram, Boccador, Magellan, Vernet, Balzac, La Boetie, Christophe Colomb, New-York, Hoche, Bizet, Victor Hugo, Lincoln, Châteaubriand, Friedland, Foch, Marigny, Kleber, Washington, Gallilée, Montaigne.
Avenue Marceau, which was formerly known as Avenue Josephine in honour of Josephine de Beauharnais, received its current name in 1879 from François Séverin Marceau (1769-1796), a French general of the Revolutionary Wars.