Newly updated guide on accessible accommodation from Visit Flanders, available for download with great descriptions and photos of hotels and hostels in many parts of Brussels and Flanders. Find your perfect room (and bathroom!)!
If you are travelling in a group, it is worth to check out the guide "Accessible group accommodations in Flanders and Brussels" by Visit Brussels. All new guide (2018) prepared with care and lots of useful information for you and your tribe!
Want some good insider tips on accessible activities to do in Brussels and in Flanders? Download the guide from Visit Flanders, "Accessible day trips in Flanders and Brussels", get inspired and plan your trip!
Thuiszorgwinkel is an organization that provides mobility aids and special medical aids for different types of needs. Their shop in Bruges also rents mobility aids and the staff speaks French and English. Their website is only in Flemish so we advise you call the store to ask for your specific requests.
Holiday House Bruges de Pepel is a single storey property with wheelchair access for up to 5 people. All bedrooms and bathrooms have step-free access, and one of the bathrooms is adapted for easy wheelchair access. It has a roll-in shower, grab rails, roll-under sink and optional shower chair. Lovely accessible garden.
Well located in the centre, the hotel has 3 accessible rooms with adapted toilet (roll-in shower with seat and rails, one with a rolling shower chair). Restaurant, lounge bar, japanese garden, sauna, Turkish bath and jacuzzi are also available but not adapted.
Located just outside of the city centre, this luxury B&B has three suites and an outdoor swimming pool (step-free access). There is one accessible room, on the ground floor, the Junior Suite (accomodates 3 people) with roll-in shower, shower seat, safety rail and folding armrest.
Lovely youth hostel right in the centre of town, with 13 accessible rooms for a total of 28 accessible beds. Adapted bathrooms with roll-in shower with seat and brackets. Facilities for people with asthma and allergies, visual contrasts, Braille and auditory signals in the elevators. Make sure to ask for the accessible rooms when booking.