Florence Italy Wheelchair Accessible Apartment
This Florence Italy wheelchair accessible apartment is perfect if you are looking for an authentic Florence experience. A great value, especially for families, the charming accessible apartment has a full kitchen so you can try your hand at Tuscan cooking.
Located south of Arno River and away from many of the tourist crowds, this Florence wheelchair accessible apartment is within easy walking/rolling distance to the tourist attractions among narrow, old Florence streets with diagonally-oriented paving stones. This accessible apartment is usually cheaper than other Florence accessible family accommodations and boasts more space than some other Florence accessible roll-in shower hotels. You will want to reserve months in advance, as this hotel is very popular and gets booked fast!
This Florence Italy wheelchair accessible apartment features:
- Accessible accommodation inspected and verified by Sage Traveling
- Great value, especially for families
- Full kitchen and living area
- Ideal central location south of Arno River, away from many of the tourist crowds but within easy walking distance to the tourist attractions
- 300 meters to Ponte Vecchio and Vasari Corridor, 250 meters to the often-overlooked Pitti Palace
All accessible hotel reservations include
the Sage Accessibility Guide to Florence.
I gave this hotel a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has ramped access and a roll-in shower. It did not get a higher rating because the seat in the roll-in shower is small.
This Florence accessible wheelchair apartment has a double bed and pull-out couch, making it a great option for families or groups traveling. The open floor plan and smooth tile floors make maneuvering a wheelchair around the room easy.
The couch against the wall in the main bedroom pulls out into a double bed, large enough to fit 2 people. There is also an extra roll-out bed.
The accessible apartment has plenty of room with a kitchen and table with chairs, perfect for gathering around after a long day of sightseeing.
The accessible bathroom door is wide enough for a wheelchair to fit through. There is plenty of room underneath the sink for a wheelchair users knees to fit. The toilet has a grab bar to the left.
The roll-in shower has a handheld showerhead and grab bars. There is a fold down bench attached to the wall.
The entrance to this handicapped accessible Florence apartment has a ramp.
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