Berlin Handicap Hotel for Solo Travelers
While many of our other disabled hotels work great for families and couples, this 4 star Berlin handicap hotel for solo travelers is tailor-made for those who are traveling alone. With 18 accessible single rooms, roll-in showers and on-site accessible dining, this hotel is appealing if you are looking for the perfect accommodations to suit just you.
This Berlin handicap hotel for solo travelers is located in a business and commuter neighborhood with sidewalk ramps. Disabled guests of this hotel are only 850 meters to the spectacular German History Museum (one of the best national history museums that I’ve ever visited). You are also just 1.0 km to Gendarmenmarkt Square, 800 meters to the Egyptian Museum, as well as many accessible shopping options.
The accessible Friedreichstrasse train station is nearby allowing disabled travelers the opportunity to travel to other parts of Berlin and Germany. If you have been looking for ideal location and accessible amenities for your next solo trip to Berlin, this hotel offers nicer single accessible rooms than other Berlin handicap hotel for solo travelers and is a perfect option.
This Berlin handicap hotel for solo travelers features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- 18 accessible single rooms (no double rooms)
- Near the famous Unter den Linden boulevard
- Accessible Friedreichstrasse train station nearby which makes it easy to get to other parts of Berlin and Germany
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I gave this hotel a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because of the accessible lobby, restaurant and roll-in showers with grab bars. It did not get a higher rating because the stool in the roll-in shower is somewhat small.
The single accessible rooms have a bed with space on the right for a wheelchair to fit. There is a desk and television on the right side of the room. If you have two people traveling together, you should look at other Berlin handicapped hotels for two people.
The accessible bathroom has a toilet with located next to it. The roll-in shower has grab bars throughout and a handheld shower. There is a small, portable stool that can be used in the shower.
The entrance to this Berlin handicap hotel for solo travelers has a revolving door. The elevator is wide enough to fit a wheelchair or mobility scooter.
The hotel lobby and the on-site restaurant (shown in the photo on the right) have open, smooth floors for easy wheelchair maneuvering.
The hotel is located in a business and commuter neighborhood with sidewalk ramps.
There are several accessible shopping options nearby.
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