In Bucharest, 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 Bucharest, Romania 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 Name||Nearest City Bus Lines||Stop location||Walking distance|
|Capital Plaza Hotel||131, 182, 301, 330, 331, 335||Șoseaua Ștefan cel Mare||4 minutes|
|DoubleTree by Hilton Unirii Square||133||Bulevardul Unirii||3 minutes|
|Epoque Hotel||66, 70, 85||Piața Mihail Kogălniceanu||4 minutes|
|Europa Royale Bucharest||104, 123, 124, 385||Piata Unirii||2 minutes|
|Golden Tulip Victoria Bucharest||133, 168, 226||Calea Victoriei||1 minute|
|Hotel Ambassador||122, 137, 138, 268||Strada C. A. Rosetti||3 minutes|
|JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel||136, 385||Pitata Arsenalului||2 minutes|
|Novotel Bucharest City Center||178||Sala Palatului||4 minutes|
|Phoenicia Grand Hotel||112, 301||Hotel Phoenicia||1 minute|
|Radisson Blu Bucharest||126, 368||Luterana||3 minutes|
|Ramada Majestic||336, 601||Universitate||4 minutes|
|Ramada Plaza Convention Center||149, 331||Bulevardul Poligrafiei||6 minutes|
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