Paris Left Bank accessible hotel rooms
Paris Left Bank Accessible Hotel Rooms – This hotel in the Left Bank has 8 accessible rooms with grab bars by the toilet and the bathtub. A shower chair can be installed by technician in the bathtub which makes for an easy transfer from a wheelchair. To reach these Paris Left Bank accessible hotel rooms, there is level access with a motion activated door at the entrance. You can park your car in front of the building, and hotel staff will valet park it for you.
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The hotel is on a quiet street one block off of Boulevard Saint-Germain which has restaurants and shops. The hotel has a total of 112 rooms and a 4 star hotel classification. There is a spa on-site at the hotel.
Out of all the Left Bank hotels I found with accessible rooms, this hotel is the closest to the Louvre and Notre Dame. There is a slight downhill to the Seine River (4 star flatness), and the Louvre is just on the other side of the bridge. The total distance from this hotel to the Louvre is 800 m (1/2 mile). If you don’t want to roll or walk that far, the accessible bus lines number 39 and 95 stop within a block of the hotel and will drop you off at the Pyramid entrance to the Louvre.
This Paris hotel has several nearby options for restaurants. A great small street called Gregoire de Tours has numerous outdoor café restaurants and is located 500 meters away over flat ground with no cobblestones. Closer restaurants include the Petit Zinc next door to the hotel, the Relais de l’Entrecôte restaurant across the street, and the Brasserie Saint Benoit restaurant less than a block away.
I gave this hotel a 3 Star Sage Accessibility rating instead of a 4 star rating because it does not have a roll-in shower. Because they can install a chair in the bathtub, this hotel could still work very well for disabled travelers and wheelchair users.
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How many disabled rooms have roll-in showers? None
How many disabled rooms have a bathtub with grab bars? 8?
Is the bathroom door at least 75 cm wide? If not, how wide? Wide enough for a wheelchair.
Roll-in shower has bench/chair attached to wall, portable plastic chair/stool, or neither? No roll-in showers.
Grab bars are located on right, left, or both sides of toilet? Grab bars on right side of toilet.
Can a wheelchair be positioned on the left, right, or both sides of the bed? (perspective of left/right is facing the bed from the foot of the bed)? Wheelchair can fit on both sides of bed.
Do the accessible rooms have one or two beds? 1 queen bed
Do any of the accessible rooms have connecting rooms? No connecting rooms to the accessible rooms.
Are there guest rooms on the ground floor? No rooms on ground floor.
Is there an elevator to rooms on other floors? Yes
Elevator door is at least 75 cm (30 inches) wide? If less, how wide? Elevator door is wide enough for wheelchair.
Is the breakfast room / restaurant on the ground floor or can it be reached by elevator? Breakfast room on ground floor.
Entrance to the building is flat, ramped, or has unavoidable steps? Entrance is flat.
Door opens manually inward or outward, is revolving, is automated by button, or is motion activated? Motion activated
Parking and Public Transportation
Where is the closest disabled parking located? (e.g. on street north of building, parking garage east of building, etc…) You can park on the street and valet will bring your car to public parking.
Closest disabled parking is how many meters from entrance? (less than 20 m, 20 to 50 m, 50 to 100 m, 100 to 200 m, or greater than 200 m) Less than 20 m from parking on street to hotel entrance.
Route between disabled parking and entrance has unavoidable steps/curbs, cobblestones, and/or slope/ramp? Or is it flat and smooth? Flat and smooth.
Name of nearby metro/subway stations St. Germain des Prés (no elevator)
Bus lines that pass nearby Bus lines 39, 63, and 95 stop within a couple of blocks of the hotel entrance
Is there a taxi stand nearby? How far away? Can call a taxi for you
The entrance to the hotel is step-free with a motion-activated door. The neighborhood is flat without cobblestones:
There is plenty of room for a wheelchair to navigate in the restaurant:
The wheelchair accessible rooms are spacious and have a couch:
The bathroom has plenty of room to position a wheelchair next to the toilet. There is no roll-in shower but a chair can be installed by a technician in the bathtub:
View from room:
The nearby street Gregoire de Tours has numerous sidewalk cafés:
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