Accessible Hotels BC

Last modified on April 2, 2024

Within these documents, hotels are listed under each community name. As we only list the hotels that people have told us are accessible and we cannot personally check each one on the list, please let us know about any further information you may have, to help future travelers find appropriate accommodation.

Here are some questions to ask when booking:

  • Is the front entrance level entry and are there automatic doors?
  • Are elevators large enough to accommodate your wheelchair size?
  • Are all public areas accessible?
  • Are rooms/suites totally accessible, with wide bathrooms, grab bars, raised toilets and roll-in showers, light fixtures at appropriate height, easy-to-open doors and cabinets, etc.? Are aids such as bath benches available upon request?
  • Is the hotel contact thoroughly familiar with the kind of room requested? If not, speak to someone who is to avoid any unwanted surprises.
  • When you arrive, check out the room before you check in.

You can also ask about medical rates, as many hotels have lower rates for people attending medical appointments.

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