Wheelchair Accessible Hotel near Venice Train Station
This 3 star hotel is located in the same neighborhood as the train station and can be reached without traveling over any of the Venice bridges. Electric wheelchair users and mobility scooter users in particular may appreciate the location. It’s cheaper than other accessible hotels in Venice, so if budget is your primary concern this is where you should stay.
This wheelchair accessible hotel near the Venice train station is in a neighborhood that has a few accessible restaurants and shops. It is at the opposite end of the Grand Canal from the popular St. Mark’s Square.
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This hotel has a 3 star hotel classification. We gave it a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has an accessible building entrance and a roll-in shower. It did not receive a higher rating because you have to notify the hotel staff to activate the wheelchair lift.
The wheelchair accessible room has space for a wheelchair on both sides of the bed if you move the tables. The maid service had not yet cleaned up the room when we viewed it so I’m sure it will look better when you arrive!
The bathroom has a roll-in shower with a handheld nozzle and a chair attached the wall. The chair has armrests. A sink is located to the left of the shower and has room for a wheelchair user’s knees to fit underneath. The toilet is located to the right of the shower and has a grab bar located on the left of it. The bathroom is smaller than some of the other accessible hotels that we visited.
The route to the hotel consists of going down the narrow street shown in the picture on the left then the wider street shown on the right.
The entrance to the hotel has 5 steps and a wheelchair lift. You will need to notify the hotel staff to activate the wheelchair lift for you.
The breakfast room has plenty of room for a wheelchair to maneuver and is shown in the photo below.
There is a bridge in this neighborhood that goes over the Grand Canal and has many steps (shown in the photo on the left). There are several tourist shops and stores you can visit in this neighborhood. The vaparetto dock in this neighborhood is wheelchair accessible and the boats can transport you to other neighborhoods.
Various pictures of this neighborhood are shown below including a wheelchair accessible souvenir shop, a wheelchair accessible pharmacy, and two wheelchair accessible restaurants.