In the early 20th century, during the « Roaring Twenties », the 9 Avenue Hoche was the place to come and dance.
Later on, the surroundings of the Champs Elysées and especially the 1st Empire avenues were soon taken over by the headquarters of prestigious companies.
Owner of the building Pierre Beteille, together with a young Eddy Barclay, founded what then became the renowned Barclay record company, producing celebrities and singers such as Aznavour, Piaf, Dalida and Brel.
After a long and successful collaboration, they signed over the building to their mutual friend Albert Allon Oullo. The young artist transformed this space into the great reception halls as they are found today.
Over the years, Les Salons Hoche gained a strong reputation and are now considered as one of the reference establishments in the parisian events organization scene.