Centrally Located Accessible Boston Hotel
Location is key when staying at this centrally located accessible Boston hotel. Right at the foot of the famous Beacon Hill, this hotel is your gateway to the beautiful and historic sights of Boston. Walk/roll in the footsteps of Revolutionary War Heroes on the Freedom Trail and explore vibrant dining and shopping options of Newbury street and Faneuil Hall. This hotel features contemporary décor and fully accessible elevators, guestrooms and disabled restrooms.
Close to Boston’s waterfront and surrounded by delicious food and shopping opportunities, this very convenient location makes it an ideal base for your stay in Boston. The main entrance to the hotel has large wide doors and is completely flat from the main street, and lobby area is also wheelchair friendly with sufficient turning space and flat surfaces. The hotel features fully accessible elevators, breakfast room and disabled restrooms. Make sure to enjoy the wheelchair accessible on-site dining at Dean’s List Restaurant, which offers small plates and an extensive drink menu.
The accessible rooms at this hotel are comfortable with a stylish and contemporary décor. The rooms are easy to navigate in a wheelchair and some rooms even offer breathtaking views from the ceiling to floor windows. The rooms have king beds and feature luxurious pillow top bedding with duvets. Double beds are not available. All accessible rooms feature ample accessible electronic outlets, USB ports, ergonomic chair, coffee makers and flat screen HDTVS. Free Wi-Fi is available to all guests and can be upgraded at an extra charge. Complimentary water bottles are available daily. The fully accessible bathrooms have flat surfaces and roll in showers with grab bars. The floating sinks have ample space to roll the wheelchair underneath. There are also grab bars surrounding the toilet. Portable shower chairs are available upon request.
This 304-guest room hotel is conveniently located at the bottom of the famous Beacon Hill. Less than a mile from the waterfront and short walking and rolling distances to famous Boston attractions such as the Freedom Trail, Newbury street, Faneuil Hall, Fenway park and the New England aquarium. Surrounded by vibrant shopping and dining options and endless things to do, you will be sure to experience all that Boston has to offer. The surrounding area is mostly flat; however, it can be a bit challenging as some sidewalks are steep and narrow in places and have some uneven brick and cobble stones. There is also an option to walk/roll around the hill which is mainly flat but will still have some inclines. The walking distance from the hotel to the waterfront is less than a mile.
This Centrally located Accessible Boston Hotelfeatures:
- Great amenities like Wi-Fi and wheelchair friendly, on-site restaurant and bar
- Fully accessible and spacious rooms with roll-in showers with grab bars.
- Ideal location, in the center of the city, close to shopping, dining, and famous Boston attractions!
This Hotel received a 3-star Sage Accessibility rating because of its fully accessible guestrooms and restrooms which are comfortable and easy to navigate in a wheelchair. It did not receive a higher rating because some of the area around the hotel can be a bit challenging to navigate in a wheelchair. This hotel is best suited for guests with smaller types of mobility equipment and slow walkers who can take a few steps if necessary.
The Cozy accessible rooms offer large windows and elegant design. They are smaller and we recommend that only smaller mobility equipment types book this hotel to ensure sufficient turning and storage space in the room.
The accessible restrooms offer great accessibility that includes a wide door to enter. Grab bars located by the toilet, a fully accessible roll-in shower with grab bar as well as portable shower chair upon request.
The area around the hotel is hilly due to its location on Beacon Hill. Mobility equipment users should be prepared for this. Note that sidewalks and curb cuts are available.
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