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Posts Tagged ‘Venice Accessible Hotels’

Venice Disabled Access – Venice is one of the most popular destinations in the world, yet few disabled tourists tackle it because of the intimidating bridges throughout the city. While there are hundreds of bridges connecting the islands throughout the city, disabled tourists can avoid them if they understand how the city is laid out. Several […]

This hotel is one of two Venice accessible hotels that are located near several accessible restaurants that line the Grand Canal and have a great view of the Rialto Bridge. Although the neighborhood is not very large, the numerous accessible restaurants make this a great neighborhood for disabled visitors to Venice to stay in. This accessible accommodation […]

This 4 star hotel is one of the easiest for disabled guests to reach from the airport. The wheelchair accessible Alilaguna boats travel from Venice’s Marco Polo airport to the Zaterre dock. There are no bridges between the Zaterre dock and this hotel. This hotel is an excellent Venice disabled hotel for families because both of the […]

  Of all the disabled hotels in Venice, this hotel has the most convenient location for disabled travelers.  It is located next to the main San Marco vaparetto stop, and the San Marco Basilica and the Doge’s Palace can be reached from this hotel without having to go up or down steps.  Another wheelchair accessible hotel in […]

This 3 star Wheelchair Accessible Hotel in Venice is located in the same neighborhood as the train station and can be reached without traveling over any of the Venice bridges.  Electric wheelchair users and mobility scooter users in particular may appreciate the location. It’s cheaper than other accessible hotels in Venice, so if budget is your primary […]

This Venice wheelchair accessible hotel is the only one of our recommended hotels not located on the Grand Canal or in St. Mark’s Neighborhood.  While that means it takes an extra 20 minutes to get to the popular sightseeing areas in Venice, it also means that this area has no large crowds of tourists.  It is also […]

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