The following is an excerpt from www.iwheeltravel.com: The wheelchair accessible room is spacious and the bathroom is well equipped. This is a communicating room so earplugs can be useful in case of noisy neighbour. It is difficult to open and close curtains while in a wheelchair because there is a table in the way. The breakfast room is accessible. The hotel entrance is a revolving door. I had no issue passing through it with my wheelchair but maybe it can be tricky with wider wheelchairs. On that case you can still use the sides doors. They need to be opened from the inside so you will need to ask for help or to call the reception.