My husband and I stayed here for one night in June 2013. The rooms were nice enough, but this was a difficult spot for someone who is mobility impaired. The woman ahead of me at check-in was using a...
My husband and I stayed here for one night in June 2013. The rooms were nice enough, but this was a difficult spot for someone who is mobility impaired. The woman ahead of me at check-in was using a walker; she was assigned a room that required climbing at least 4 stairs and then either up or down another long flight to reach. I, using a cane, was assigned a room that we had to climb up those 4 stairs and then down a long flight of stairs to access. When my husband went back to reception to request a room with less difficult access, my predecessor at check-in was there, doing the same. We were assigned a new room that could be reached by elevator, but the door to the elevator was extremely heavy and tended to swing out into the hall. It would have been pretty much impossible for anyone in a wheelchair. The bathroom was miniscule (as European hotel bathrooms generally seem to be). The shower head delivered most of the water to the wall and was too high to reach to adjust. The shower door kept closing inward and had to be held out with one arm while one attempted to bathe with the other. There was nothing to contain the water, so the bathroom floor was totally wet and slippery, and there was no bath mat. Fortunately neither of us fell.
The breakfast buffet was probably one of the best of our trip---abundant and varied food, and accessible by elevator and, if need be, ramp. Nevertheless, the floor of the serving area was sticky, and the pepper shaker on the table was empty.
The pool sounded inviting, but I was unable to use it because access again was by stairs, with a high rise and, if I recall correctly, no banister.