Père Lachaise Cemetery

Le Père Lachaise is not just the most famous cemetery in Paris, but it's also a poetic, charming spot, perfect for daydreaming and enjoying a quiet walk. This cemetery is where art and nature combine, as many great figures who have shaped Western cultural history, and the cultural history of Paris in particular, are buried here.
To name but a few, here you can find the graves of Chopin, Rossini, Proust, Oscar Wilde, Colette and more recently Jim Morrison.

The benches allow you to relax in the shade of hundred-year old trees.
The paved pathways are inviting for a quiet stroll around the leafy cemetery where you will pass other daydreamers, and find a moment of poetry and tranquility, in the heart of the 20th arrondissement.

Père Lachaise Cemeteryspecial selection of our hotels

  • From 95 Timhotel Nation

    Convenient to access to La Defense and Disneyland. Private patio

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    Pleasant garden with a terrace

  • From 105 Timhotel Paris Gare de Lyon

    In a very quiet street, few steps from the Gare de Lyon Station.

    The Gare de Lyon links to Paris all the major cities of the southeast of France. At 10 minutes on foot, the gare d'Austerlitz irrigates the southwest and Spain. And right next to it, the gare of Bercy serves the Burgundy region, Italy and the...

    In front of the famous street of Crémieux

  • From 116 Timhotel Paris Gare de l'Est

    Near the Canal Saint Martin and Gare de l'Est station

    Around the East and North railway stations (Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord), shops and restaurants liven up non-stop the area and by the RER, metro, bus or Vélib' (rented bikes), going all over town from here is a breeze. The...

    200m from the Gare de l'Est