Modern Hotel

121, Rue du chemin vert, Paris, France, Distance from city centre: 3.7km

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The Hotel offers you really nice, bright rooms with soft and relaxing colors in a special area which allows you to get the feel of the real Paris.

Around the hotel, a multifaceted Paris awaits you, featuring historical sites, new urban developments, nightlife and trendy entertainments.

Just some historical sites close to us:

The hotel is 3 minutes from the 'Pére Lachaise Cemetery': a haven of peace and greenery.
Originally it was a property of the Jesuits, and then in 1804 it was turned into a graveyard by architect Brongniart.
Pére Lachaise hosts famous graves: those of Chopin, Jim Morrison, La Fontaine, Daudet, Sarah Bernardt, Colette, Proust, Moliére, Champollion ... In 1871, and the Cemetery unfortunately became notorious for the Mur des Fédérés: a wall against which more than 2,000 Commune fighters were shot.
Pére Lachaise has been described as 'a city of the dead in the middle of the city of the living'.


We are located 8 minutes from the Bastille area.
After the Revolutionary events of 1789, the Bastille name is both a symbol and a myth.
The Colonne de Juillet (July Column), erected in 1830 in memory of the victims of the 'Trois Glorieuses' riots, contains two funerary vaults; it is topped by the Genie of Liberty, who flies away, breaking his irons and holding the torch of civilization in his hand.

In the Bastille area, shops, cafés and restaurants have multiplied, particularly since the new Opera was inaugurated.

In Rue de Lappe and Rue de la Roquette many shops, restaurants and nightclubs are available for shopping and entertainment.

Please Note: We have a 48hrs cancellation Policy

Please note: We will pre-authorise the first night after booking.

Prices are per person per night.

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Hotel Facilities & Policies

  • 24 Hour Reception
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Free City Maps
  • Free WiFi
  • Hair Dryers
  • Internet Access
  • Luggage Storage
  • Non Smoking
  • Taxes not included

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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By train:
Gare du Nord: Metro line 2 (La Chapelle) direction Nation, exit Pre Lachaise.

Gare de l'Est: Metro line 5 until Rpublique then Line 2 direction Nation, exit Pre Lachaise.

Gare de Lyon: Metro line 1 (Chteau de Vincennes) exit Nation then Line 2 (Porte Dauphine) exit Pre Lachaise.

Gare Montparnasse: Metro line 4 (Porte de Clignancourt) change at Raumur Sbastopol then Line 9 (Gallini) exit Pre Lachaise.

Gare Austerlitz: Direction Bobigny - Pablo Picasso Line 5. Change at Rpublique then Line 3 (Gallini) exit Pre Lachaise.

By car:
Porte de Bagnolet or Porte de Vincennes.

By plane:
Orly Airport:
- Orly Val Antony until Denfert Rochereau Metro Line 6 (Nation) then Metro Line 2 (Pre Lachaise)

- Orly Bus until Denfert Rochereau Metro Line 6 (Nation) then Metro Line 2 (Pre Lachaise)
Charles de Gaulle Airport:

- Roissy Bus until Opra - Havre Caumartin Metro Line 3 (Pre Lachaise)

- RER B Gare du Nord Metro line 2 (La Chapelle) direction Nation, exit Pre Lachaise

Bus stop nearby:
Lines 69, 61, 46, 56

Closest metro station: Pre Lachaise (metro line 2 or 3).

Located Near

Around the hotel, a multi-faceted Paris awaits you, featuring historical sites, new urban developments, nightlife and trendy entertainments.
A touristy area which allows you to get the feel of the real Paris!

The P�re Lachaise Cemetery

Just three minutes away, the P�re Lachaise Cemetery is a haven of peace and greenery. Originally the property of Jesuits, then turned into a graveyard by architect Brongniart in 1804, P�re Lachaise harbours many famous graves: those of Chopin, Jim Morrison, La Fontaine, Daudet, Sarah Bernardt, Colette, Proust, Moli�re, Champollion ... In 1871, the Cemetery unfortunately became notorious through its Mur des F�d�r�s, a wall against which more than 2,000 Commune fighters were shot. P�re Lachaise has been described as 'a city of the dead in the midst of the city of the living', with its 44 hectares and 5,000 trees

Bastille, its Square and its Opera
Eight minutes away, the Bastille area welcomes you day and night. Beyond the Revolutionary events of 1789, the Bastille name is both a symbol and a myth. The Colonne de Juillet (July Column), erected in 1830 in memory of the victims of the 'Trois Glorieuses' riots, contains two funerary vaults; it is topped by the Genie of Liberty (who flies away, breaking his irons and holding the torch of civilization in his hand.

In the Bastille area, shops, caf�s and restaurants have multiplied, particularly since the new Opera was inaugurated. In Rue de Lappe and Rue de la Roquette, famous since the early century for their balls and dances, many shops, restaurants and night-clubs are available for shopping and entertainment.

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