Florence Disabled Hotel
This 4 star Florence disabled hotel is located in the historic center of Florence, a few blocks (600 meters) from the main train station. Disabled travelers will be able to leave their elegant hotel and be only minutes away from some of the city’s top museums, theatres and churches.
Offering your choice of 3 accessible rooms, this Florence disabled hotel also has roll-in showers. Location plus amenities make this disabled hotel a good option for travelers. The roll-in showers in this hotel make it a more attractive option than other nearby Florence disabled hotel rooms which only have bathtubs. This hotel has more accessible rooms than some Florence disabled hotels.
This Florence disabled hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- 3 accessible roll-in shower hotel rooms
- A wheelchair accessible side entrance to the building
- Elevator & bathroom doors large enough for wheelchairs and mobility scooters
- 600 meters from the main Florence train station
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This hotel received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has a wheelchair ramp at the building and roll-in showers. It did not receive a higher rating the accessible entrance requires notification of hotel staff and because the roll-in showers are small.
This accessible hotel offers three different disabled rooms. None of the disabled rooms connect to other rooms. Disabled hotel room #1 (shown in the photos below) has a patio on the outside of the room (shown in the photo on the left). There is a small desk and chair on the right side of the room. There is a double bed with space on the right side of it for a wheelchair.
The accessible bathrooms have a sink with enough room underneath for a wheelchair users knees. The toilet doesn’t have grab bars on either side of it. The roll-in shower has a handheld showerhead.
Disabled room #2 (hotel didn’t have a chance to clean room before we toured) has 2 single beds that can be pushed together. There is a desk and chair as well as a small couch in the right side of the room. There is room on the right side of the bed for a wheelchair to fit.
This Florence disabled hotel bathroom toilet doesn’t have grab bars. The small roll-in shower has a handheld showerhead and the sink has room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit.
Accessible room #3 has a desk and chair on the left side of the room. The double bed does not have enough space for wheelchair users on the sides of the bed.
The accessible bathroom in this room has a roll-in shower with grab bar and handheld shower. The toilet does not have a grab bar near it and the sink has room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit.
The photo on the left is a view of the street outside the main entrance. The main entrance has a large step to get into the hotel. A staff member can escort you through the laundry room if you need step-free access to the hotel.
The breakfast area has smooth floors for a wheelchair user to maneuver around easily. The elevator is wide enough for a wheelchair to fit.
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