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Wheelchair Accessible Hotels Italy: 6 Places to Stay on Your Next Italian Trip

Italy has unsurprisingly been a top destination to travel for centuries now. It is and has been a cultural capital since the Renaissance, with a long list of famous artists, a vast architectural trajectory, and  world-renowned cuisine. Who hasn’t eaten a pasta dish with the authentic tomato sauce, Pomodoro? Everyone should experience Italy, and we’ve put together a list of accessible hotels in Italy, so that you can find exactly where to stay on your trip to the place of many main origins of western culture. 

Wheelchair accessible hotels Italy: read about the following wheelchair-accessible hotels in the most diverse and popular parts of Italy: Rome, Florence, Venice and Tuscany.

Accessible Hotels Italy: Rome

Hotel Lancelot

Let’s start with Italy’s capital,Rome. With the warmth that comes with any family business, Lancelot Hotel is just 400 meters from the Colosseum and offers two accessible rooms. One triple with one king and one single bed, and the double one with two single beds. Both are spacious, offer roll-in showers, complimentary Wi-Fi and toilets with grab bars.

The hotel makes up for the stairs in the lobby with a large ramp that covers them. Breakfast is served in the hotel’s dining room daily and a bar is available for guests. In addition to many restaurants nearby, don’t forget to visit the Trevi fountain, just 1.8 kilometers away. Find out more about Hotel Lancelot here.

A double bed and desk in a hotel room with traditional wooden decor.
An accessible guest room at the Hotel Lancelot

Hotel Indigo

The famous Hotel Indigo is Located very close to Piazza Navona. In the center of the city, this accommodation features contemporary decor, modern ambience and accessible amenities.

The accessible double room is spacious, bright, and has a private bathroom. A roll-in floor shower with shower seat, telephone, and switches reachable from the bed and a flat screen TV are some of its features that will make your stay comfortable and luxurious.

The hotel has a rooftop terrace overlooking Rome, a fitness center, and spa, plus step-free entrances and smooth floors. The restaurant has easy-access seating inside and offers food on par with any Italian restaurant. Click here to read about Hotel Indigo’s accessibility features.

A small guest room with a double bed and a mural of an old italian car behind it.
A guest room at the Hotel Indigo

Accessible Hotels Italy: Florence

Grand Hotel Minerva

Whether it’s for its charming streets or its cultural and artistic background, Florence is a great tourist destination with a wide range of accessible hotels.

Let’s talk about the Grand Hotel Minerva, a 4-star hotel located in Piazza Santa Maria Novella, in the city center. Overlooking Florence’s famous red roofs and church domes, this hotel serves breakfast daily at Il Chiostro, with nearby cafes as a second option.

This four-star hotel offers accessible rooms with private bathrooms equipped with roll-in showers, elegant decor, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi. In addition to the amenities offered in the rooms, the hotel has a fitness center, parking and a rooftop pool overlooking the city.

A faithful representative of the Florentine experience, Hotel Minerva is steps away from the central market, Ponte Vecchio, and many other attractive spots to live an Italian way of life. Learn more or reserve your stay at the Grand Hotel Minerva here.

A small guest room with a double bed and modern decor.
A guest room at the Grand Hotel Minerva

Accessible Hotels Italy: Venice

Bauer Palazzo

Located along the Venice Canal, the city’s signature waters, the Bauer Palazzo offers not only spacious and luxurious accommodations, but also unforgettable views. You can lounge in one of its many indoor or outdoor spaces, overlooking the canal, or in elegantly decorated guest rooms.

This hotel offers 4 accessible rooms with thin carpeted floors, step-free entrances and Venetian decor. All are equipped with a private bathroom with roll-in showers and shower seats, heating and a flat-screen TV.

The breakfast offered by the hotel will leave you ready to explore the streets of Venice and its surroundings. Among other places, Piazza San Marco is just 0.2 km away and Rialto Bridge is 0.6 km away. Read more about the Bauer Palazzo here

A rooftop terrace with bistro style dining tables overlooking the Venice canals.
The Bauer Palazzo’s rooftop terrace

Accessible Hotels Italy: Montecatini Terme

Hotel Tuscany Inn

Montecatini Terme is a must-stop when visiting Tuscany, and the Hotel Tuscany Inn is the perfect place to stay. In the middle of the city’s historic center, exploring architectural monuments, learning about Italian history and enjoying authentic Tuscan cuisine will be not only possible but also accessible.

With modern accessible rooms, step-free entrances equipped with ramps, this 4-star hotel has all the charm and exquisite amenities that only the best European hotels offer. Service animals are welcome and the room’s attached restrooms feature roll-in showers with grab bars.

The on-site restaurant serves traditional Tuscan dishes as well as dishes with a more international take. An array of Italian wines and cocktails are served for your pleasure. Relaxing from a day out and about will be both comfortable and enjoyable. At this hotel. Find out more about the Hotel Tuscany Inn here.

Corallo Hotel

With a unique take on the Italian lifestyle, Hotel Corallo boasts elegance and a familiar atmosphere at the same time. Enjoy the medieval city and green hills views, relax on the rooftop terrace, or take a dip in the hotel pool. 

The accessible room is equipped with plenty of turning space, smooth floors, and light switches and outlets next to the bed. The ensuite bathroom has a wheelchair-accessible roll-in shower and a toilet with grab bars.

Breakfast is served everyday at the hotel’s Toscano Restaurant, and Montecatini Terme Train Station is 10 minutes away. If these amenities are not enough for your relaxing needs, the hotel offers discounted rates at the Montecatini Golf Club and Spa. Read all Of Corallo Hotel’s accessibility information here.


Italy has a romantic feeling, an elegant flare, and many accessible travel options. I hope these recommendations of accessible hotels in Italy inspire you to explore this beautiful country. Find more places to stay and things to do in Italy here, with detailed accessibility information!

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