Florence Handicapped Accessible Hotel
This “accessible” hotel should probably only be chosen when all of the other Florence handicapped accessible hotels are already booked. Some hotels are self-identified as “accessible” by hotel search engines like hotels.com, but are barely accessible. This small boutique hotel is one of those.
Located west of the Accademia Museum, this hotel would appeal to those who are looking to be near the train station (280 meters away) and are traveling on a budget.
This Florence handicapped accessible hotel sits in a neighborhood of small streets covered in cobblestones. 300 meters away is an accessible outdoor shopping market and the Florence Duomo Cathedral is just 600 meters away. If you are looking for a truly accessible hotel in this neighborhood, you may want to try this Florence handicapped accessible hotel or this handicapped accessible Florence hotel nearby.
This Florence handicapped accessible hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- Disabled rooms with small accessible bathroom with walk-in shower
- On-site accessible breakfast room
- Located near train station (280 meters) and Duomo Cathedral (600 meters)
- Nearby access to accessible shopping market
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I gave this hotel a 2.5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has an elevator to reach the hotel rooms. It did not get a higher rating because it has a single step at the building entrance and no wheelchair ramp.
This “accessible hotel” has a step at the entrance. A narrow cobblestone street leads to the front of this hotel.
An elevator leads to the upper floors and is wide enough to fit a wheelchair. This hallway to the rooms has smooth floors and is easy for a wheelchair to maneuver.
This Florence handicapped accessible hotels has an accessible room with a king bed. There is a flat screen television in the left corner of the room and space on the right side of the bed for a wheelchair to fit.
The small accessible bathroom has a toilet with no grab bars. The sink has room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit and there is a portable stool for disabled guests to use in the walk-in shower.
The bathroom has a walk-in shower, no roll-in.
The second accessible room has a double bed with room on the right for a wheelchair to fit.
The accessible bathroom has a walk-in shower.
The breakfast area has smooth tile floors for easy wheelchair maneuvering.
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