Accessible Hotels in Alicante
On Spain’s Southeastern Costa Blanca coast, you will find the beautiful seaside city of Alicante. Peppered with colored houses, old narrow streets and sweeping water and hill views, disabled visitors to Alicante are in for a treat. This popular tourist destination sits on the foot of the medieval Castle of St. Barbara, a silent historic witness to the numerous civilizations to have settled here. The city’s historic quarter, located at the foot of the fortress, is the home to the emblematic Explanada de Espana, the Town Hall and the Alicante Central Market.
At Sage Traveling, we’re dedicated to helping disabled and elderly clients find accommodations that will fit their needs. The hotels we recommend are guaranteed to have adaptive features. Many have been verified and utilized by our founder, John Sage.Our Spain travel experts will assist you in booking a reasonably priced and accessible hotel, so you can have a safe and comfortable stay in one of Spain’s most beautiful cities.
All Alicante hotel reservations through Sage Traveling come with:
This Centrally Located Accessible Alicante Hotel is conveniently located within walking/rolling distances of some of Alicante’s best spots! Enjoy easy access to shops, restaurants and highlights such as Explanada de Espana, Alicante Central Market and the Town Hall. The Port is also located nearby. The hotel features wonderful accessibility features such as flat and smooth common spaces, elevators, and fully accessible rooms with roll-in showers and grab bars.
This Waterfront Alicante Disabled Hotel is set between the picturesque Harbor and Postiguet Beach. It offers a wonderful, relaxing and fun place for your accessible Alicante holiday. Enjoy the sweeping sea views, indulge in delicious food at the onsite restaurant and relax by the oceanfront pool, all without having to worry about wheelchair access. This hotel features disabled rooms that are equipped with wide doorways, accessible balconies, plenty of turning space, as well as fully accessible restrooms with roll-in showers and grab bars.
|Not now, but send me Accessible Travel Tips|