Accessible St. Petersburg Hotels
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Traveling abroad with a disability can be extra stressful… but it doesn’t have to be. While accessibility standards across the world are different, and it can be a very challenging and time-consuming task to find truly accessible hotels, we’re here to help!
Based on our professional, detailed accessibility research in St. Petersburg, we have handpicked the very best accessible hotels in this fascinating Russian city. With our detailed accessibility descriptions and hotel photos, you’ll know exactly what to expect before you arrive to St. Petersburg.
From budget friendly to luxury, boutique style to grand, we have a hotel just for you! Our accessible hotels feature bathrooms equipped with roll in showers or bathtubs, and some even have a combination of both! Whatever your level of accessibility needs is, we are able to help you!
Disabled Hotels in St. Petersburg
Housed in a 1853 mansion along the Moika River, this upscale hotel Is located by Palace Square, the Hermitage Museum, a 5 minute walk/stroll from the Nevsky Prospect and close to all major sights and shopping. The classic rooms at this wheelchair friendly St. Petersburg hotel have a warm, marine-style decor and offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and mini fridges, while upgraded rooms add sitting areas and/or river views. Suites feature antiques, original artwork and living rooms; some also have balconies. There’s 24-hour room service. This hotel features 2 accessible rooms and bathrooms with roll-in showers as well as bathtubs with grab bars.
If you’re looking for convenient spacious Roll-in showers and a perfect central location in central St. Petersburg, this Accessible Hotel in St. Petersburg is the perfect choice for your accessible vacation – especially if your time in this fascinating Russian city is limited and your “must see” list is long. This Luxurious Accessible Hotel in St. Petersburg offers plush rooms with antique-style furnishings as well as free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players. Suites and living rooms. Upgraded suites have colorful décor, inspired by avant-garde Russian artists and add kitchenettes.
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