Conveniently located near the Central Station, all rooms have wheelchair access and some have adapted bathrooms (wet rooms). Very well rated for value for money. Make sure to specify you want the accessible room when booking.
This hotel was also mentioned by the accessible travel blogger and travel agent Sylvia Curbelo Longmire who stayed here in November 2019, this is what she wrote in one of her Facebook posts about the room she was given in the hotel (not the Residenza Parisi):
“The train station and bus station are here, and my city bus number five from the airport literally dropped me off only a few yards from the hotel entrance. There is also a people mover that goes from here directly to the cruise terminal, and I’m hoping that the elevators are working when I need them in a couple of days. Space in my room is tight, that’s for sure. For a solo traveler in a smaller wheelchair, it will work decently. The shower chair will be an adventure, that’s for sure! It’s a double bed, and while technically it’s not on a platform, there is no space underneath the bed for a hoist. I had them move a small chair and a small desk out of the room so I would have space to get all the way around the bed. The room has a mini refrigerator and a small closet as well. I’m only here for two nights, so it will suffice for me.”
The photos of the bathroom are also from Sylvia, whose very interesting and fun blog you can read here: Spin the Globe