Venice Disabled Hotel with 5 Star Accessibility
This hotel is located in the back of the St. Mark’s neighborhood away from the masses of tourists. It is an excellent option for disabled guests who want to be in a convenient location without too many tourists to take away from the Venetian experience. The closest vaparetto stop to this Venice disabled hotel with 5 star accessibility is the San Marco Vallaresso stop which is 600 meters away. Wheelchair visitors to Venice can get to it without having to cross any bridges. Alternatively, a wheelchair accessible Venice water taxi can bring you directly to this hotel.
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In this neighborhood, there are numerous accessible small restaurants as well as the large accessible restaurants located on St. Mark’s Square where you can eat. Numerous accessible shops line St. Mark’s Square and provide excellent opportunities to bring home something special from your vacation.
Each of these large Venice accessible hotel rooms has a roll-in shower with a chair attached to the wall (shown in the photo above). The toilet has grab bars on both sides of it. We gave this hotel a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating and is particularly convenient to Venice disabled tourists because it has a bridge-free route from the hotel to St. Mark’s Basilica and the Doge’s Palace. The hotel is classified as a 4 star hotel.
Some of the wheelchair accessible rooms have space on the right side of the bed for a wheelchair (shown in the photo below), and others have space on the left side of the bed.
This accessible room overlooks the courtyard and the wonderful breakfast area that is covered by a skylight (shown in the photo on the right).
The accessible bathroom has a roll-in shower and a toilet with grab bars. On the front left of the bathroom, you’ll find a sink with enough space for a wheelchair user’s knees to fit underneath. The back left has the roll-in shower with a chair attached to the wall. On the right side of the bathroom is a bidet and a toilet that has grab bars on both sides of it.
Another accessible room that we visited has a bathroom with grab bars on both sides of the toilet and a roll-in shower with a chair attached to the wall. The roll-in shower has a handheld shower head. The sink has enough room for a wheelchair user’s knees to fit underneath.
The main entrance has several steps down into the lobby. A back entrance has a 3 cm step to get into the lobby which is shown in the other two pictures below.
The hotel rooms are located just across the alley from the lobby where the entrance has a 3 cm step.
Breakfast is served in a glass covered courtyard that has plenty of room to navigate in a wheelchair. There is ramp to get to the elevators which is shown in the image on the lower right.
There is a wheelchair accessible restroom near the restaurant shown in the lower left. The lounge is shown in the picture on the lower right.
Numerous step-free shops are found on the ground floor on the outside of St. Mark’s Square. There are no bridges or steps between this hotel and these shops.