Wheelchair Accessible Apartments in Rome

These Rome apartments provide an excellent option for disabled visitors to Rome. They are 650 meters from the Colosseum and are housed in a renovated 16th century building. A full kitchen with stove, oven, refrigerator, microwave, and dishwasher allows travelers to save money on meals. There are several restaurants with outdoor accessible seating in the neighborhood across the street. Three bedrooms can sleep at least 6 people in these wheelchair accessible apartments in Rome.

Our disabled travel agents can provide a wheelchair accessible van to pick you up at the Termini train station, Civitavecchia port for cruise ships, or Fiumicino Airport to bring you to these Rome wheelchair accessible apartments. We can also arrange for Rome wheelchair accessible guided tours of the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Vatican.

 


All Rome apartment reservations through Sage Traveling come with:

  1. Guaranteed Accessible apartment 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

 

The Sage Traveling Rome Accessibility Guide will be provided to you and includes maps indicating where the hills and cobblestones are located, accessible restaurant recommendations, and accessibility reviews of all the major tourist sites in Rome. It also explains which accessible bus lines you should use to get from these apartments to the various tourist sights.

We give these Rome wheelchair accessible apartments a 5 star accessible rating (our highest rating) because of the step-free entrance, roll-in shower, and grab bars in the bathroom. These apartments are centrally located which makes them a great option for tourists!

“Thanks so much for allowing us to stay in your beautiful apartment during our vacation to Rome. We had a wonderful time and made so many memories that will last a lifetime. I look forward to working with you again in the future if we plan another trip to Rome for a visit.”  – Laurie & Richard, manual wheelchair user from Kansas, USA

These wheelchair accessible apartments have a full kitchen which will enable tourists to save money on their meals. The photo on the left shows the kitchen. The photo on the right shows the accessible entrance to the apartment from the courtyard.

 

The living area has a couch and a television.  The photo on the left shows the accessible entrance to the apartment and the main bedroom located next to it.

 

The photo blow shows the entrance to the 2nd bedroom with twin beds.

The main bedroom has space on both sides of the bed for wheelchair users to navigate.

The second bedroom has two single beds with space for a wheelchair user to fit between them.

The third bedroom has a large bed with a little bit less space.  If you push the bed towards the wall a little bit, wheelchair users will be able to fit on the left side of the bed.

 

The wheelchair accessible adapted bathroom has a roll-in shower with a chair and a grab bar attached to the wall.  There is a hand-held shower nozzle. The toilet has a grab bar next to it also.

 

This handicapped accessible apartment in Rome has a second bathroom which has less space that the accessible bathroom down the hall.  The photo on the left shows the hall leading to the second bathroom.  The photo on the right shows the interior of the second bathroom.

 

The entrance to the apartment building has a small lip and is shown in the picture on the left. Wheelchair users and mobility scooter users should have no problems with it. The entrance to the accessible apartments is flat and shown on the right.

 

If your group is larger than 6 people, you could reserve an adjacent apartment which sleeps 4 people. The apartment is step free, but not specifically adapted for the disabled. The bathroom in that apartment is shown below.

 

There are two grocery stores within 2 blocks of these wheelchair accessible apartments in Rome.

  

The neighborhood across the Via Labicana street has numerous accessible restaurants and is one of the most Roman (non-tourist) neighborhoods in central Rome.

 

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