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Accessible hotel accommodations in Milan

In Milan we provide 4* accessible hotels...

For every hotel you’ll find a detailed accessibility description of rooms, restrooms and common areas.
The accessibility of every hotel has been ascertained by our staff and you can see the pictures showing it.
You can download here our questionnaire form where you will fill in all the information about your disability, in order to suggest you the accessible accommodation that best suits your needs. All hotels have a code that you can tell us if you have a preference.
Furthermore, you can consult for each hotel the accessibility level, where more wheelchairs are present more accessible is the hotel.
In general, all the hotels have an entrance without steps or ramp with slight slope. The common areas such as reception, hall and breakfast room are flat or served by ramps. The accessible rooms when are not located on the ground can be reached by elevators whose dimensions are suitable for wheelchairs. The accessible rooms are all spacious to allow wheelchairs greater maneuverability. The beds have enough space to move sideways. The bathrooms have roll in shower (some with seats inside) grab bars and raised toilet seats.

Come and visit Milan without worries. Milan served as capital of the Western Roman Empire from 286 to 402 and it became Duchy during the medieval period and early modern age. Nowadays design, fashion, art exhibitions, concerts are all strengths of this area. The concentric layout of the city center reflects the “Navigli”, an old system of interconnected navigable canals, now mostly covered. While discovering the city centre you might notice how the environment has been able to re-invent itself : you will be able to see modern buildings and skyscrapers next to historic areas . In fact, not everyone always remembers how much art can be found in Milan: from the stunning one of its own accessible Cathedral, to the easly accessible “Brera district“ and the numerous churches and museums along the way. Other remarkable accessible stops that must be mentioned are: the Brera Art Gallery, the Sforza Castle, the refectory of the convent of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, house of the iconic “Last Supper” by Leonardo, the Civic Gallery of the Modern Art, the National Museum of Science and Technology, the Civic Archaeological Museum, the Civic Museum of the Risorgimento (must be contacted in advance). All sites and museums mentioned are accessible to disabled visitors and inside many of them there are also itineraries and panels dedicated to blind visitors. Furthermore the nearest Corso Como may introduce you to a traditional Milan food habit: the “apericena”. While looking at the stores along Via Montenapoleone and via Della Spiga you will definitely understand why the city has been recognized as one of the world’s four fashion capitals!
Discover our accessible tour https://www.romeanditaly.com/accessible/accessible-milan-tours/

In Milan, we provide accessible transfers with private boat equipped with platform from/to main airports and train stations and rental equipment.

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