Wheelchair Hotel in Central Rome

This central Rome disabled hotel has a good central location south of Campo de’ Fiori near the Tiber River. The Trastevere neighborhood is located just across the river. The entire area around this hotel and in the area to the north which contains the Campo de’ Fiori, the Piazza Navona, and the Pantheon is relatively flat but has cobblestones with 3 star smoothness which may present challenges for manual wheelchair users.

This hotel, and other central Rome wheelchair hotels, are a great option for power wheelchair users because they can roll to the major tourist sights. This hotel is only 300 meters (1/6 miles) from Campo de’ Fiori, 650 meters (1/3 mile), from Piazza Navona, and 1.0 km (0.6 miles) from the Pantheon.

 

 
All Rome hotel reservations through Sage Traveling come with:
  1. Guaranteed Accessible hotel accommodation
  2. The 100+ page Sage Accessibility Guide for Rome
  3. Emergency Accessibility Assistance for things that can go wrong     
 

 

Get a Free Trip Quote

 

There are 4 disabled double rooms, 1 disabled triple room, and 1 disabled single room at this hotel. There is a gelateria and a grocery store within 1 block of the hotel. The hotel has a 4 star hotel classification.

I gave this hotel a 4 star rating because it has roll-in showers and an elevator. It did not get a higher rating because there is a small lip at the entrance, cobblestones throughout the neighborhood, and no horizontal grab bars next to the toilet.

The first of the disabled hotel rooms in Rome city center that we visited had space on both sides of the bed to fit a wheelchair. The view of courtyard from the balcony of the disabled room is shown in the picture on the right.

 

When you enter the disabled hotel bathroom, a roll-in shower with a chair attached to the wall is on your left. There are grab bars to the right of the chair and also a stool that you can use. On the right side of the disable hotel bathroom is a toilet with a vertical grab bar on the left side of it. There is also a bidet in the toilet.

 

The other disabled room at this hotel was a little more spacious and is shown in the pictures below. There is space for a wheelchair on both sides of the bed, and there is a desk at the foot of the bed.

 

When you enter the bathroom, there is a roll-in shower on the left that has a chair attached to the wall, a grab bar next to it, and a handheld shower nozzle. Next to the shower is a toilet with a vertical grab bar next to it and a sink.

ST300_IMG_1019 

The entrance to this disabled hotel has a small lip to it but wheelchairs and mobility scooters should have no problem.

 

An elevator is available to bring disabled guests up to the hotel rooms. It is large enough for a wheelchair.

 

The hotel has an interior lighted courtyard shown in the pictures below.

 

The hotel bar has a smooth floor and plenty of room for wheelchair users to move around.

 

The breakfast room also has a smooth floor and plenty of room for wheelchair users to navigate.

The neighborhood around this hotel has small streets covered in cobblestones. Some of the cobblestones have 3 star smoothness which cause manual users to slow down, and other cobblestones have 4 star smoothness which just make the ride a little bumpy.

 

A small grocery store is located a 1/2 block away and is shown in the photo on the right. A gelateria is located directly across from the hotel.

 

If you can handle the cobblestones near this hotel, the neighborhood really is charming and is a great place to stay!

Dear John And Donna:

David and I would like to say a BIG, “Thank You,” for all of your help in regards to our trip to Italy.  We had a fabulous time and we would love to use your Travel Services in the future to other cities in Europe.

Rome was our first stop and the hotel you recommended was the best of all the hotels we stayed in. The bathroom was fabulous. It looks newly remodeled and David really liked it. The included self-serve breakfast tasty and ample. The location was right in the heart of everything.

David’s scooter is larger, by length, than the average wheelchair and it made certain things a challenge for me and for others assisting us. One person, who assisted us greatly was our driver for the 3 tours in Rome. His name was Fabrizio and he could not have been better or nicer. What a wonderful man.  

We managed through all of the situations that came our way and overall had a great vacation and a successful trip. Thank you both again for all your assistance and we wish the best of luck to both of you in the future.

Kind Regards – Catherine and David (Sage Traveling clients who stayed at this hotel)

 

  Get a Free Trip Quote    Not now, but send me Accessible Travel Tips

 

Read more:

Rome Accessible Travel – main page
   Pros and Cons of Rome Disabled Access
   10 Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips for Rome Italy
   10 Keys to Success for Rome Disabled Travel
   Getting Around Rome with a Disability
   Vatican Handicapped Access Review
   Wheelchair Accessibility at the Colosseum
   Handicapped Access at the Roman Forum
   Civitavecchia Port Disabled Access Review
   Best and Worst Aspects of Disabled Travel in Italy
   Top 10 Experiences for Disabled Visitors to Italy
   12 Wheelchair Travel Tips for Italy
   Travel Insurance for Disabled Travelers
   Rome Accessible Travel Packages
Accessible Walking and Driving Tours in Rome 
   Wheelchair Accessible Vatican Tour
   Ancient Rome Accessible Tour
   Accessible Guided Tour in Rome City Center
   Vatican Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour – 5 Hours
   Vatican Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour – 4 Hours
   Roman Forum and Colosseum Accessible Tour
   Accessible Guided Walking Tour in Rome – 5 Hours
   Wheelchair Accessible Walking Tour – Rome in a Day
   Accessible Borghese Gallery Tour
   Disabled Tour of the Capitoline Museums
   Accessible Wine Tasting Tour in Rome
   Disabled Rome Golf Cart Tour
   Rome Wheelchair Accessible Van Tour – Full Day
   Rome Handicapped Driving Tour – 5 Hours
   Rome at Night Handicapped Driving Tour
Civitavecchia (Rome) Cruise Excursions for the Disabled 
   Best of Accessible Rome Cruise Excursion
   Vatican & Essential Rome Accessible Shore Excursion
   Vatican & Ancient Rome Accessible Driving Tour
   Renaissance, Baroque, and Ancient Rome Accessible Cruise Excursion
   Vatican and St. Peter’s Accessible Shore Excursion
   Vatican City Handicapped Shore Excursion
   Rome Highlights Accessible Excursion by Train
   Ancient Rome Wheelchair Accessible Cruise Excursion
Accessible Hotels in Rome
Rome Accessibility Guide by John Sage
Rome Trip Planning by Sage Traveling – Travel with Ease!
Accessible Cruising with Sage Traveling – Receive our Rome Accessibility Guide & Rome accessible hotel recommendations for free!
 

 

  Get a Free Trip Quote    Not now, but send me Accessible Travel Tips

 

 

Get our 100% Free Accessible Travel Advice Newsletter

  • Learn the secrets of how to travel in Europe with a disability
  • Receive a €50 Accessible Travel Coupon for signing up!
© 2015 Sage Traveling. All rights reserved.
Privacy | Security | Terms
Website design and development by Telezent