Accessible Copenhagen City Hotel
Stay right in the middle of most popular parts of Copenhagen, the hip Vesterbro neighborhood, where classical architecture from the 1880s meets trendy modern decor. This Accessible Copenhagen City Hotel will put you close to restaurants, bars and small designer shops. The Vesterbro neighborhood is a great choice for travelers interested in museums, shopping and culture while visiting the Danish capital.
This wheelchair friendly Copenhagen hotel doesn’t just offer a great location, it also has great accessibility features such as accessible common spaces, fully accessible room options and elevators to help you navigate between the floors.
In this historic late 1880’s building, this accessible Copenhagen hotel features 2 accessible modern rooms with easy to navigate hardwood floors. Pillow-top beds, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi and TV with satellite channels are standard in all of the rooms. One of the accessible rooms have a queen bed while the other room has 2 twin beds, which can be put together upon request.
This Copenhagen city hotel’s trendy bar serves cocktails, wine, imported beers and snacks, and in the summer, the cozy accessible courtyard is a popular place to meet friends over a refreshing drink. Breakfast is served every morning in the bright breakfast room. For dining there are several great wheelchair friendly dining options right outside your doorstep!
This beautiful accessible hotel is located in the center of Copenhagen in the neighborhood Vesterbro, where you’ll find everything from gourmet restaurants and bars to small, quaint shops. Remember to visit the biggest tourist attractions in Copenhagen, such as Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen famous shopping street Strøget Street and Rundetaarn, all within 5 minutes walking from the hotel. The City Hall Square is only a short 15 minute walk/stroll away.With its close proximity to Copenhagen Central Station, accessible trains, busses and taxis are easily available to you.
This centrally located, Accessible Copenhagen City Hotel features:
- 2 Standard Accessible rooms bothwith wide doors, ample space to navigate a wheelchair, grab bar at toilet and spaciousroll-in showers.
- All rooms are featuring comfortable pillow-top beds, air-conditioning, plasma TV and free Wi-Fi
- Great amenities like free Wi-Fi, breakfast restaurant and stylish bar.
- Great location, in the most vibrant part of the city.
This centrally located Copenhagen Hotel received the 4 Star rating because it has good accessibility features! It offers an accessible ramped main entrance, with automatic doors, elevators, wide doors, flat and smooth common spaces, and fully accessible rooms and bathrooms with roll-in-shower, grab bars by the toilet and a portable shower chair upon request. It did not receive a higher rating because there are no grab bars in the roll in shower.
The rooms are cozy but they have made the very best use of the space available, giving you sufficient turning surface.Entering the accessible bathrooms is easy using wide wheelchair friendly, wide doorway.
The accessible bathroom features a spacious roll in shower with a portable shower chair (upon request). Grab bars are located on both side of the toilet and the there is an open space under the sink to fit your wheelchair.
The lobby of this accessible Copenhagen hotelis flat and spacious.The hotel offers a main entrance with automatic doors. The outside area does have a flight of stairs but mobility equipment users can use the ramp to the side to enter the main level of the entrance, which is flat.
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