Accessible Hotels in San Francisco
San Francisco is a beautiful ocean-side city in California. You will find rolling hills and the iconic Golden-gate bridge. San Francisco is full of great neighborhoods, parks, beaches and museums It is rich with history and culture with extensive sight-seeing possibilities. If you are planning to visit many of the top San Francisco sites, it is best to stay near Union Square or near Fisherman’s Wharf. These areas are near many things to do and also near lots of shopping and restaurants. We love San Francisco, and we know you will too!
At Sage Traveling, we are dedicated to helping senior and disabled clients find hotels that will fit their wants and needs. The hotels we recommend are guaranteed to have adaptive features. Many have been verified and utilized by our founder, John Sage. Our San Francisco travel experts will assist you in booking a reasonably priced and accessible hotel, so you can have a safe and comfortable stay in one of the most fun and vibrant cities in the USA.
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This Fisherman’s Wharf Historic Hotel in San Francisco is located in the iconic Fisherman’s Wharf on the Bay with impressive views of the San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge. This wheelchair friendly hotel features many aspects that make your stay here enjoyable including in-room spa services, room-service and an accessible on-site restaurant. This historic hotel has architectural features that will make you think you have slipped back in time. But more importantly, it also offers wonderful wheelchair friendly access that includes fully accessible common spaces and accessible rooms with barrier-free roll in showers.
This Heart of Downtown San Francisco Hotel is located in downtown San Francisco near Union Square. Guests who stay here enjoy luxury bathroom amenities and wheelchair friendly features to make the stay enjoyable. There are amazing views of San Francisco from the hotel. The on-site restaurant is disabled friendly as well as the pool and jacuzzi. While staying in this hotel, you will be in close proximity to many famed San Francisco sites including Chinatown, Union Square and The San Francisco Playhouse. Guests may choose accessible rooms with one bed or two and a roll in shower or ADA bathtub.
This Nob Hill Accessible Historic San Francisco Hotel is modern and elegant and was created from a historic landmark. The towering historic hotel offers breathtaking views of the city. There is an on-site restaurant along with many modern amenities. Rooms have WiFi for a daily fee, cable TV, a minibar, and bathrobes for your comfort. It is close to famed San Francisco sites. In this wheelchair friendly hotel, you may choose from King beds, 2 double beds or a suite. The accessible guest rooms are equipped with a roll in shower or an ADA bathtub.
This Accessible Union Square Hotel San Francisco is located in a prime location near many attractions. The reimagined luxury hotel will give you a relaxing place to stay in a modern retreat atmosphere. The on-site restaurant offers fine dining. The rooms are very spacious with refined furnishings and spa-like bathrooms. If tranquility is what you are looking for, it can be found here. The hotel offers accessible guest rooms with King Beds and roll in showers. You can also choose a double bedroom or a room with ADA bathtub instead.
This Accessible Luxury Spa Hotel located in the iconic Nob Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, is the perfect balance of luxury, elegance and sophistication. The hotel offers spa amenities and an on site fine dining restaurant. The hotel boasts beautiful views of the city and is close to many famed sites of San Francisco. The building was built in the early 1900’s, has beautiful architecture and design. With its views and luxury amenities, this is one of San Francisco’s top rated hotels. There is no question, if you want to be pampered, this is the right choice for you. The hotel offers accessible king, suite and double bed rooms with roll in showers or ADA tubs.
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