Accessible Hotels in Copenhagen
Copenhagen’s rich history and culture makes it a popular city for many tourists, including disabled travelers. However, to those with limited mobility, it can be difficult to find a truly accessible Copenhagen hotel.
Many hotels listed on popular travel websites will check the box that says “accessible hotel” but when a disabled guest arrives, often the doorways are not wide enough or there are multiple steps that cannot be easily navigated.
Sage Traveling understands this difficulty. We specialize in personally researching and spending countless hours verifying a hotel’s claim of accessibility. It is with confidence that we can add a hotel to our Copenhagen Accessible Hotel list knowing that when our clients arrive, their stay will be worry and barrier free.
Our Copenhagen travel experts will help you avoid overpriced hotels and allow you to get the best accessible hotel value.
This Centrally located Copenhagen Wheelchair Accessible Hotel is ideal for an accessible stay in Copenhagen.Housed right across the street from the beautiful canal, the hotel is conveniently located only a short stroll from the bustling Central Station, the accessible indoor shopping mall Fisketorvet and about a 15 minute walk to the popular Tivoli Gardens theme park and the accessible pedestrian shopping street, Stroeget.
This Modern Accessible Copenhagen Hotel is located in the Historical District of Copenhagen, and puts you close to everything you’ll need during your visit to the charming Danish capital; accessible shopping, restaurants, transportation and city highlights. The wheelchair friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk to the pedestrianized, miles long shopping street Strøget, and the beautiful City Hall Square and Christiansborg Palace are also just a short stroll away.
Located right by Copenhagen City Hall and Square, you’ll find this this elegant wheelchair friendly Copenhagen Hotel. Everything you’ll want to see, do, eat and experience will be right by your doorstep! Not only is the hotel in short walking distance to the central station, it is also only a short stroll away from the longest pedestrianized shopping street in Europe, Stroeget, and the world renowned amusement Park Tivoli.
This contemporary Copenhagen Disabled Hotel is centrally located with impressive views of the water and Copenhagen’s beautiful skyline. This hotel is conveniently located around the corner from shopping and popular Copenhagen sights, including the famous Tivoli Gardens.
Situated right at Copenhagen’s picturesque harbor canal, this waterfront accessible Copenhagen hotel is ideal for an accessible stay in Copenhagen. Not only will you be right by the water, you’ll also be conveniently located in the city center with some of the best of Copenhagen sights – including Tivoli Gardens, the Central Station and Stroeget, right at your doorstep!
Stay right in the middle of most popular parts of Copenhagen,the hip Vesterbro neighborhood, where classical architecture from the 1880s meets trendy decor. Staying in this Accessible Copenhagen City Hotel will put you close to restaurants, bars and small designer shops. The Vesterbro neighborhood is a great choice for travelers interested in museums, shopping and culture while visiting the Danish capital.
Copenhagen Accessible Hotels – main page
Centrally Located Copenhagen Wheelchair Accessible Hotel
Modern Accessible Copenhagen Hotel
Wheelchair Friendly Copenhagen Hotel
Copenhagen Disabled Hotel
Waterfront Accessible Copenhagen Hotel
Copenhagen Accessible Tours and Cruise Excursions
History of Copenhagen Private Accessible Guided Tour
Highlights of Copenhagen Accessible Guided Tour
Private Accessible 4 hour Copenhagen Shore Excursion
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