Accessible Hotels & Accommodations

In Berlin, the majority of western or American hotel brands use the Americans with Disabilities Act as a guide in the construction of their international properties. Foreign hotels carrying a western brand are more likely offer wheelchair accessible hotel rooms with roll-in showers, grab bars and other accessibility features. For individuals requiring an accessible hotel room with roll-in shower, I recommend booking with a western hotel chain such as Hilton, Marriott or Starwood for the best experience. The following is a list of hotels in Berlin, Germany with wheelchair accessible rooms and roll-in showers (hotels listed in bold are properties I have stayed at myself – click for my complete review):

Hotel NameMetro StationMetro LinesWalking distance
Adina Apartment HotelS+U Berlin HbfU55 + S5, S7, S756 minutes
Almodovar HotelS+U Frankfurter AlleeU5 + S8, S9, S41, S42, S46, S857 minutes
Berlin Marriott HotelS+U Potsdamer PlatzU2 + S1, S2, S253 minutes
Holiday Inn City East SideS+U Warschauer Str.U1 + S5, S7, S754 minutes
Holiday Inn Express City CentreS Anhalter BahnhofS1, S2, S255 minutes
Holiday Inn Express City WestU WittenbergplatzU1, U2, U37 minutes
pentahotel Berlin-KopenickS SpindlersfeldS478 minutes
Radisson Blu HotelS+U AlexanderplatzU2, U5, U8 + S5, S7, S757 minutes
Scandic Berlin Potsdamer PlatzS+U Potsdamer PlatzU2 + S1, S2, S255 minutes
Sheraton Berlin Grand EsplanadeU WittenbergplatzU1, U2, U314 minutes
Steigenberger HotelU Augsburger Str.U1, U22 minutes
Waldorf Astoria BerlinS+U Zoologischer GartenU1, U2, U9 + S5, S7, S751 minute

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