Wheelchair Accessible Hotels near Paris Louvre Museum
These wheelchair accessible hotels near Paris Louvre Museum are modern and work well for disabled travelers. They are all found in the 1st Arrondisement which is one of the nicest parts of Paris. The enormous Louvre museum used to be a royal residence and the neighborhood still has a regal feel to it. This neighborhood is popular with tourists because of its central location and numerous restaurants and shops. The whole neighborhood is flat, and nearly all of the sidewalks are cobblestone-free.
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There are good accessible transportation options for these wheelchair accessible hotels near Paris Louvre Museum. Numerous busses have stops on Rue de Rivoli which runs along the north side of the Louvre. This neighborhood is easily reached from the Charles de Gaulle airport by using the RER “B” train. The Chatelet-Les Halles train/metro station is near these hotels and has an elevator to get down to the tracks.
In addition to the Louvre Museum, several other tourist sights are nearby. The Notre Dame Cathedral and the Saint-Chapelle chuch are both nearby on the island in the middle of Seine River. The Musée d’Orsay is just across the river from these hotels. The Pompidou Center and the Jewish Art and History Museum are just to the east of these accessible hotels.
This large, modern hotel has 280 rooms and is the closest hotel to the elevator leading to the Chatelet and Les Halles metro stations. The hotel has 7 disabled hotel rooms, 2 of which have roll-in showers. This is the largest of the wheelchair accessible hotels near Paris Louvre Museum, and you will not have any problem finding available staff to address any concerns that you may have.
This is the closest wheelchair accessible hotel to the Louvre. It lays on a quiet street 1 1/2 blocks off of the Rue de Rivoli which runs along the Louvre Museum. This hotel also has the most accessible bathroom out of any of the wheelchair accessible hotels we visited in Paris.
These large handicapped rooms face the inner courtyard and consequently are very quiet. Both rooms have roll-in showers with a fold out chair attached to the wall. The grab bars next to the roll-in shower and the toilet are not ideally placed. Like many of the wheelchair accessible hotels near Paris Louvre Museum described on Sage Traveling, there is a restaurant in the hotel and several nearby sidewalk cafés.
Out of all the hotels in Paris with disabled access, these are the only ones we found that have private courtyards for each of the disabled rooms. The roll-in showers in these rooms work well for wheelchair users, however you should note that there are no grab bars in the shower or near the toilet.