Luxury Wheelchair Accessible Hotel in Venice
This 4 star hotel is one of the most magnificent of all the Venice wheelchair accessible hotels. It has a beautifully-decorated junior suite that overlooks the Grand Canal. The bathroom in the junior suite has a door wide enough for a wheelchair and a bathtub.
This hotel also has two Venice disabled hotel rooms with roll-in showers that have lofts. In these rooms, the disabled guest will need to sleep on the sofa bed located at the foot of the stairs. There is a single step to reach these rooms, but the hotel staff will put out a portable ramp when wheelchair guests are staying at the hotel.
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The hotel has a wheelchair lift at the entrance and a ramp that leads down to a terrace where you can have breakfast or drinks overlooking the Grand Canal. The neighborhood has a piazza with several outdoor accessible restaurants. You may recognize the piazza because it was where Harrison Ford climbed out of the sewer inIndiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
We gave this hotel a 4 Star Accessibility Rating because it has rooms with a roll-in shower. It also has an accessible entrance by using a wheelchair lift and ramps. It did not get a higher rating because you need to notify the hotel staff to operate the wheelchair lift.
If you are going to splurge only once on your trip, staying in this junior suite overlooking the Grand Canal would be a great way to do it!
This Venice luxury wheelchair accessible hotel room is a junior suite has many beautiful details including high ceilings, a sitting area, and a chandelier. The room has a view of the Grand Canal. There are two junior suites that work well for disabled visitors, rooms 304 & 306.
The toilet does not have any grab bars next to it. The bathtub has enough space to position a wheelchair next to it and has a handheld shower.
Two of their hotel rooms have roll-in showers (standard room type, rooms 102 & 103). The roll-in shower has a seat attached to the wall with grab bars on both sides of it. The sink has enough room for a wheelchair user’s knees to fit underneath it.
The toilet has a grab bar located on the right side of it.
The large bed in this room is located in the loft up a flight of stairs.
The ground level has a couch that converts into a bed. Disabled guests who can’t climb the flight of stairs will need to stay on the bed shown in the picture on the left.
The hotel entrance has 5 steps and a wheelchair lift to get up them. You will need to press the button to have a staff member come outside and activate the lift.
The terrace has several tables and a magnificent view of the Grand Canal. You can have breakfast here, or you can have drinks in the evening. A ramp leads down the few steps from the porch to reach it.
The hallway and interior are shown in the two photos below.
A buffet breakfast is served inside in a room that has plenty of space for a wheelchair user to navigate.
The elevator to reach the junior suite is wide enough for a wheelchair and is shown on the left. Other pictures of the interior of the hotel are shown below.
This hotel is located in the same neighborhood as the church famously portrayed inIndiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Cafés line the piazza in front of it, and you can have dinner, drinks, or coffee with a great view.
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