Classic Disabled Boston Hotel
Located on the Italian North End District, this Classic Disabled Boston Hotel offers a luxurious and sophisticated base for your accessible Boston holiday. When staying here, you’ll be in walking/rolling distance of some wonderful Boston highlights including the TD Garden, aneuil Hall Marketplace and the Boston City Hall, as well as many accessible shopping and restaurant options. Enjoy a stylish hotel with great accessible features and relax for the day in your accessible room equipped with roll-in shower and grab bars. You won’t miss a thing!
Inside, this chic Boston hotel, you won’t have any issues navigating the different common spaces. The main entrance is flat and smooth with a large revolving door. You can also use the manual doors if you prefer. The lobby area is spacious with flat surfaces and elevators are available to help you navigate the different floors. The hotel’s fully accessible lobby-bar offers a low-key loft vibe where you can gather for a board game, watch a Bruin’s game, or sit back and enjoy some local microbrews and craft cocktails. Whimsical accents and intentional touches make this hotel a fun play to retreat when you’re not out exploring Boston.
The wheelchair friendly rooms at this hotel are cozy and sophisticated. Enjoy large bright windows and comfortable beds for the night, with space for your wheelchair on either side of the double bed. The accessible rooms also feature iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, a safe and deluxe linens. Upon booking your room, you can choose between a disabled room with roll-in shower or bathtub. Both options feature grab bars in the shower/tub as well as by the toilet. A portable shower chair is also available upon request.
This Classic Boston Hotel is located in the North End, Boston’s “Little Italy”. Here, you will find some of the city’s oldest buildings. Nearby, you will find historic sites like the 1680 Paul Revere House and Old North Church, which played a key role in the beginning of the Revolutionary War. You’ll also find Italian restaurants, coffee and pastry ships and old-school delis peppered throughout the area. The hotel is located on a flat street with wide sidewalks and curb cuts available. He hotel is located close to the North Train Station for easy public transportation options.
This Modern Accessible Boston Hotel on the Harborfeatures:
- Great location near many famous attractions such as the North End, peppered with Boston highlights, Italian restaurants and coffee and pastry shops.
- Fully accessible and spacious rooms with roll-in showers with grab bars.
- Hotel staff familiar with the needs of disabled guests.
This disabled Boston hotel has an accessibility rating of four stars, out of five. It has this ranking because of its multiple features that are wheelchair friendly including smooth and flat common spaces and fully accessible rooms and bathrooms. It is conveniently located near many Boston attractions, some even in walking/rolling distance from the hotel. Using an elevator, you will be able to access all levels of the hotel. It did not receive a higher rating because the revolving door at the front entrance may be challenging to some. There are manual doors with a button located right next to it for alternative access option.
The wheelchair accessible units in this hotel are cozy but have sufficient space for mobility equipment. There is space for your wheelchair on either side of the double beds.
When you book your accessible room, make sure to specify if you’d like an accessible bathtub with grab bars or a roll-in shower with grab bars. Both options are available. A shower chair is also available upon request.
The accessible bathrooms offer great accessibility features such as accessible vanities, wheelchair height toilet, grab bars and a roll in shower. A shower chair is also available.
The entrance to the hotel has large revolving doors with manual side doors to enter if needed. The surfaces are flat and smooth throughout with plenty of turning space.
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