Paris accessible hotel rooms near Louvre Museum
Paris Accessible Hotel Rooms near Louvre Museum – This hotel is the best of all the Paris accessible hotel rooms near Louvre Museum for getting to and from the airport. There is an elevator 40 meters away from the entrance that takes you to the RER “B” train which is the cheapest, fastest, most accessible way to Charles de Gaulle. The hotel also lays 1.0 km from the Pyramid entrance to the Louvre and 1.0 km from Notre Dame Cathedral. This hotel has one of the most central locations of any accessible hotel in Paris.
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Out of the 280 rooms at this hotel, 5 rooms are disabled rooms with bathtubs and 2 disabled rooms have roll-in showers. There are grab bars near the bathtubs and toilets. The entrance of the hotel is flat with motion-activated doors. The hotel is set back from the street by a circular parking garage tunnel which helps reduce street traffic noise. It has a 4 star hotel classification.
The Café Cour Couronne is 50 meters away and has outdoor seating which does not require going up curbs or steps. Le Bistro des Balles also has outdoor seating and is less than 100 meters away.
I gave this hotel a 5 Star Sage Accessibility rating because it has roll-in showers, grab bars by the toilet, and level access at the entrance to the building. This hotel would work very well for wheelchair users and other disabled travelers.
How many of your Paris accessible hotel rooms near Louvre Museum have roll-in showers? 2 accessible rooms with roll-in showers
How many of your Paris accessible hotel rooms near Louvre Museum have a bathtub with grab bars? 5 accessible rooms with bathtubs and grab bars
Is the bathroom door at least 75 cm wide? If not, how wide? Yes
Roll-in shower has bench/chair attached to wall, portable plastic chair/stool, or neither? Chair attached to wall
Grab bars are located on right, left, or both sides of toilet? 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)? Both
Do the accessible rooms have one or two beds? 1 queen bed
Do any of the accessible rooms have connecting rooms? No
Are there guest rooms on the ground floor? No
Is there an elevator to rooms on other floors? Yes
Elevator door is at least 75 cm (30 inches) wide? If less, how wide? Yes
Is the breakfast room / restaurant on the ground floor or can it be reached by elevator? Ground floor
Entrance to the building is flat, ramped, or has unavoidable steps? Flat entrance
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…) Public parking underneath building
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 meters
Route between disabled parking and entrance has unavoidable steps/curbs, cobblestones, and/or slope/ramp? Or is it flat and smooth? Flat and smooth. Elevator leads from parking garage to hotel.
Name of nearby metro/subway stations Châtelet. The elevator down into the station is 40 m away from the hotel entrance.
Bus lines that pass nearby Bus lines 21, 58, 81, 67 pass within 3 blocks of this hotel
Is there a taxi stand nearby? How far away? Hotel can call a taxi for you
Picture of outside of hotel: The entrance to the building is flat:
Two rooms have roll-in showers and grab bars by the toilet:
Five rooms have extra large bathrooms with grab bars by the toilet and bathtub:
The restaurant is accessible and has plenty of space to move around:
The elevator leading down to the Chatelet and Les Halles stations is 40 meters away from the hotel entrance. The RER “B” line can take you quickly to Charles de Gaulle airport. Wheelchair users will need to ask for assistance getting off the train at the airport.
We enjoyed Paris, but the weather was rainy, cold & windy for the first 2 days. The Paris Accessibility Guide was quite helpful. Our hotel was very good–helpful to have several English-speaking front desk people. Re: bus tour–weather was so nasty we didn’t wait for accessible bus but one of their buses accepted our reservation & worked out ok. In spite of the bad weather, we enjoyed the boat tour. The young man who picked us up at the airport, took us to Versailles, & to the train station was superb. Unless you can control weather, I can’t see how you could have done better. Many thanks are in order.
– Shirley (wheelchair user and Sage Traveling client who stayed at this hotel)
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