Hotel with rooms for disabled guests La Spezia
Specialist services and amenities that are available on an ad hoc basis make the CDH Hotel in La Spezia easily accessible for any guests who are in a wheelchair.
This is thanks to the hotel’s working philosophy of making the experience of staying at our hotel a really unforgettable experience for everyone.
For this reason, the hotel has been specifically designed without any architectural obstacles which might prove problematic for guests who are disabled. All our guests, including those who are in a wheelchair can move around the hotel with ease both in the rooms and in the communal areas.
The latter, from the lobby to the breakfast room have been specially designed with large open spaces which will make it easy for those in a wheelchair to move around the hotel without any difficulties.
In the breakfast room, in particular, the arrangement of the tables and chairs has been made to enable complete freedom of movement.
This philosophy at the CDH hotel is, of course, further borne out in the guest bedrooms. The hotel, with its rooms that are designed to accommodate our disabled guests, is a venue of choice in La Spezia for those who are in a wheelchair or who have any kind of restricted movement.
This is undoubtedly courtesy of its spacious lay-out, the excellent levels of comfort and service and the light and bright rooms throughout the hotel.
There are 3 guest bedrooms in the hotel which have been specifically designed to accommodate our disabled guests.
These are all fitted out with bathrooms with hand-rails and a shower with a seat. Most importantly, these rooms make it possible to use all the amenities independently in complete safety.
Inside the rooms, there are all the usual creature comforts: air conditioning and central heating, free Wi-Fi access, a minibar, a safety deposit box, a TV with satellite channels, a telephone, wake-up service, a hair-dryer, towels and complimentary toiletries.
The CDH Hotel guarantees full compliance with the legislation for accommodating disabled guests, particularly when it comes to the hotel’s lifts, the width of the corridors and doors, bathroom fixtures and related equipment as well as general access to all areas of the hotel.