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Wheelchair Accessible Hotel near Rome Coliseum

This hotel is one of our top recommended wheelchair accessible hotels in Rome because of its location in a charming, quiet neighborhood with numerous accessible outdoor cafés. Although it is near the tourist attractions, it has very few tourists.  It is located near the Coliseum (400 meters, 0.25 miles away) and has 3 disabled hotel rooms with roll-in showers.

There are some small hills in the neighborhood but you can stick to the flat streets that head towards the Coliseum to avoid them. The streets in the neighborhood are paved and there is very little car traffic.


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The disabled bathroom in this wheelchair accessible hotel near Rome Coliseum has a roll-in shower with grab bars and a chair attached to the wall. The toilet has grab bars on the left hand side of it and enough space to fit a wheelchair next to it.

This hotel gets a 5 star accessibility rating because of the wheelchair lift at the entrance and grab bars near the toilet and roll-in shower. It has a 4 star hotel classification.

The bedroom has plenty of room to position a wheelchair on either side of the bed. The picture below was taken from the hallway inside the disabled room.

The disabled bathroom in this Rome Coliseum accessible hotel has a toilet in the back left corner. There is enough space to position a wheelchair next to the toilet, and there is a vertical grab bar on the wall. There is no grab bar on the right side of the toilet.


There is plenty of room under the sink for a wheelchair user’s knees to fit. The roll-in shower has a chair attached to the wall, a handheld shower, and grab bars. 

The disabled room has a small hall and another bathroom which is not adapted for wheelchair users. The second bathroom has a bathtub.


The main hotel entrance has 9 steps into the building. Immediately to the left of the main entrance is a door to a wheelchair lift which takes you down into the building. Someone will need to go up the steps to ask the hotel staff to open the door to the wheelchair lift.


The interior of the wheelchair lift is shown on the picture on the left. After taking the wheelchair lift down, you will then need to take an elevator up to the lobby. The same elevator will take you up to the breakfast room on the 4th floor.


The hotel hallway leading to the accessible room is shown in the picture below.

There are several nearby outdoor cafés with no steps to reach the tables including Il Bocconcino and Li Riono.


A few pictures of the neighborhood are shown below. There is a grocery store a block away from the hotel. A pharmacy is only 2 blocks away in case you need any medical supplies.



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