Assisi

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Dei Mille, 29, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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17
Very Good
52%
36
Average
16%
11
Poor
1%
1
Terrible
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  • Families88
  • Couples76
  • Solo57
  • Business0

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Hotels with disabled facilities in Rome

by UrbanSpaceman

Hi there !

My wife is travelling to Rome with her sister and nephew at the end of October for a 5 night stay.

My sister-in-law has multiple sclerosis and is confined to a wheelchair (she cannot walk), and though I have heard that Rome is not a great place for those with disabilities, we are determined that she should have a good time.

Can anyone recommend any good accommodation which could cater for a wheelchair bound user and her carers - fairly central (hopefully) and not too expensive ?

Many thanks !


Graham

Re: Hotels with disabled facilities in Rome

by sirgaw

Sorry I can't help with accom suggestions, however please be aware that the streets of Rome are not very wheelchair friendly and there are heaps of cobble stones.

The following web site may help - http://rome.angloinfo.com/information/17/disabled.asp

Good luck

Re: Hotels with disabled facilities in Rome

by Manara

Here below is the link to a page with a list of hotels that are accessible to disables. The list is at the bottom of the page.
The page was posted in March and is in Italian only, but I suggest you to have the page translated (maybe by means of Google) because there is a good deal of other useful information.
http://www.mellogs.it/viaggi-e-turismo/roma-e-le-sue-bellezzeaccessibili.html

Re: Hotels with disabled facilities in Rome

by mccalpin

I don't know how much you're planning to spend on this trip (and, no, I don't want to know), but if money isn't much of an object, you may want to speak with Antonio Barbieri in Rome (VTname: abarbieri, or http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/86992/ )

Antonio is a freelance concierge in Rome (his website is listed on his homepage - see the link above). He has been extremely helpful in the Rome forum in the past, even though it is a bit awkward for him (since he's in the business, he has to go overboard not to promote himself).

While Antonio will certainly charge you a fee (judging by his new website, maybe a big one ;-) ), I have no doubt that whether he arranges just a little for you or a lot, it will be handled in the most convenient way possible.

As the others noted, Rome is not the most handicapped friendly city, but your sister-in-law won't be the first wheelchair bound person to visit, and hopefully will have a great time there(!)...

Bill

Re: Hotels with disabled facilities in Rome

by Odinnthor

Hey, thanks for that Bill. Coming from you it is a compliment to Antonio. I have added him to my list of local top people around the world......

Where was he when I really needed him......d;o)
Thanks again Bill

(Apologies to the Original Poster......)

Travel Tips for Rome

Rome through the history

by croisbeauty

This maps can be seen on a wall which is situated in between Colosseum and Foro Romano, showing the development of Rome during the centuries.
The first map shows Rome in the 8th century BC, when the town was founded, being at that time small and insignificant settlement. In that time most of the central part of penninsula was under the rule of mighty Etruscans.

TO BE CONTUNUED

Mixing Pepsi with red wine?!

by Erin74

We stayed with a local family in Formia for a night and learned a lot from them! One of the most amusing things we picked up is that mixing Pepsi and red wine is actually kind of good! I know, it sounds disgusting... but it works somehow. Anyway, the family assured us that this is not an everyday practice, but they really wanted us to try it.

The Beautiful Mansion Behind the Rose Garden

by Jeannkelly

Oh yes, I was drawn by those red flowers, thinking at first how could bougainvillas grew in Italy (hahaha, these flowers grow only in the topics!)....

So before I could verify what these lovely flowers were, I could not resist but take a pic of the beautiful scenery...

A version of the Heathrow Express

by american_tourister

There are express trains from the airport to the central train station in Rome. I have taken it before. Once there you can catch the subway or a bus to go anywhere you need to go. The subway is limited in scope but the busses are quite dependable and cheap. You can get just about anywhere you need to go by city bus.

Restaurant for those with cash

by uglyscot about Restaurante di Rienzo

Restaurant established in 1952. It looks very elegant. It is well kept, cloths changed after each customer and waiters in black suits and bow ties.
It is usually full.As it is at the side of the piazza and tables are outside you can sit and watch the world go by as you eat.
However, the quality of the dishes varied a lot. The chicken and potatoes cost 10 euros and was not up to much. The potatoes were overcooked and black at the edges. Lasagne which was brilliant and cost 5Euros.

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Address: Via Dei Mille, 29, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy