Florence wheelchair accessible hotel Tuscany disabled accommodation
Ancient Tower of Pagliazza, one of the oldest buildings still existing in Florence and the former Chiesa di San Michele, called “in Palchetto”, where today are located the entrance and reception of the hotel.
Spaces have been kept unchanged and enriched by various works of art by local antiques of great value and beauty.
The Florence wheelchair accessible hotel Tuscany disabled accommodation, is listed in the register of Florentine historical edifices, is mentioned in the final of the Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code and, twice, in the thriller novel Inferno.
Both have as protagonist the famous Professor Robert Langdon, an international expert of religious symbolism.
Accessible Florence Hotel
Devised to offer unbound hospitality, it is the only hotel in the city center that cares for the demands of every customer.
This historic hotel has a field level entrance, while a vast elevator eases access to the rooms.
Visiting Florence will now be easier for those with mobility impariments.
You will find 75cm light bathrooms in the five specially designed suites, with lots of wheelchair maneuvering space and either lateral or oblique approaching to the WC plus handles alongside the toilet seats.
Accessible Restaurant & Bar
Both their breakfast hall and the Restaurant can be reached from the room.
Re-entering the hotel from wandering among the historic center’s boutiques will be comfortable, since the lobby is located in the ground floor, just like the conference halls and the Tower Bar.
Such large, comfortable common areas have become a rarity in hotels.
Experience a lovely breakfast in Florence at the prestigious and historical Salone Liberty and in the Sala del Pozzo of the 4-star he Florence wheelchair accessible hotel Tuscany disabled accommodation.
Open everyday from 7:00 to 10:30.