Cécile Lopez Appointed as General Manager at Cour Des Vosges in Paris

France, Paris. June 01, 2023

French hospitality group Evok is pleased to announce the appointment of Cécile Lopez as General Manager of Cour des Vosges, a luxury extended stay property in the heart of Paris' Le Marais district. A natural heritage site of the former Hôtel de Montbrun, Cour des Vosges is the only hotel on the Place des Vosges that boasts a stunning bird's eye view of the Square Louis XIII.

Lopez specializes in the operational management of five star hotels, with 11 years of experience in the Ascott Group.

After gaining her BTS vocational training qualification in Business Management & Accounting in 1990, she began her career as an accountant at the chartered accountancy firm GECORS. In 1994, she discovered the world of hospitality as Management Assistant for the LOVALSA holiday complex (Three-starred Cheval Blanc and four-starred Montana Village). She then gained an MBA in Hotel, Catering and Tourism Management in 2005, after which she developed her management experience within various hotel groups before joining the Ascott Group in 2011. From 2018, she was the Assistant Manager of the five star hotel, La Clef Tour Eiffel.

At Cour des Vosges, Lopez will continue to set an exemplary standard for luxury and sophistication in Paris by offering an exceptional level of service and experience for guests and visitors alike.

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