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US$22 - US$44 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Many Many Hotels offer Accomodations for Disabled Guests under the phrase "Accessible".
However as I have spoken to many on the Phone, Accessible means a Ramp to get into the Hotel and an Elevator to get to the room. But that is it. You can't move about the room with a wheelchair and you can't fit through the Bathroom door.
27 November 2014|
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Response from HILARIO R | Property representative |
Casa Nicarosa hotel can accommodate disabled guest on wheelchair. Our rooms and the bathrooms allow easy movements. Our SOP is to assign first floor rooms for disabled guests. We have a service lift used mainly for heavy... More
Casa Nicarosa hotel can accommodate disabled guest on wheelchair. Our rooms and the bathrooms allow easy movements. Our SOP is to assign first floor rooms for disabled guests. We have a service lift used mainly for heavy luggages, transport refrigerators, tvs, folding beds, etc. However, if there is a need for a disabled guest to be transported to a higher floor, we allow the guest to use it. If you have any further queries, please email us. Looking forward to your staying with us. Thank you, Cynthia