The Padam Hotel, not to quiver with impatience…

With its subtle allusion to the most mythical French artist (Piaf) who once sang “Padam, Padam”, the confidential boutique-hotel Padam and its restaurant Edith have recently opened their doors in the brilliant Golden Triangle district. The intimate and warm atmosphere of the place, with its Art Deco style, was made possible thanks to the expertise of the Artefak architecture and design firm. From the lobby to the top of the six floors, balconies in row of the thirty-four rooms and suites included, visitors passing by have only one desire: to come back! Special mention for the beautiful bathrooms where reigns marble and precious wood. Chef Guillaume Dusnos revisits bourgeois cuisine, inspired by the great master Auguste Escoffier (pâté en croûte, vol-au-vent de ris de veau, chou farci, etc.)

Padam Hôtel et Restaurant Edith

9, rue Jean Giraudoux, 75016 Paris
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