Hotel Balmoral Paris

Located in a peaceful street one hundred meters from Place de I’Etoile, the Hotel Balmoral Paris offers cozy comfort in a very elegant setting, at the Parisian tradition. The hotel is perfect exit point for a day out in Paris. It is a very near to the stunning Champs Elysees,  RER Station that is going to Palais des Congres and La Defense, Air France bus station, 15 minutes away from the famous Eiffel Tower, and very near to the theaters and shops of famed Saint – Honore.

Hotel Balmoral has a total of 57 completely refurbished, non – smoking and air-conditioned rooms. Guests can choose from the five room types of the hotel including: Classic Room, Superior Room, Triple and Prestige Room, Family Space, and Family Space for up to five people. Refined and comfortable, every room offers its guests with French tradition and savior faire. From the hustle and bustle of the city, in a peaceful nest, you can have an excellent night’s sleep, whether you are in a Classic or Prestige room.

All rooms in the Balmoral Hotel Paris have the following:

  • Soundproofed rooms
  • Double-paned windows
  • Elegant and Classic decoration
  • Breakfast in room
  • Antique furnishings
  • Phone
  • 24 hours reception
  • Lift/elevator
  • Free iPad
  • Free international newspapers
  • Free wireless internet connection
  • Safe
  • Mini bar
  • Bathrobes
  • Trousers press
  • Bathroom linen
  • Hair dryer
  • Shower or bathtub
  • Baby cot on request
  • Room service
  • Dry cleaning

In a classic Haussmanian building, the hotel gives you relaxation and quietness in a friendly ambiance where you are going to feel well. The warm paneling, timeless pieces, fresh flowers on every storey, and 18 as well as 19th century furniture, all add elegant and classic touch. The loyal staffs of the hotel are round the clock at your service during your whole stay in the hotel. They will provide you concierge services. Check this out for the best hotels in Sydney!

The Best Disabled-Friendly Cities in Europe

If you are wondering where to travel next, and want to a place which provides you both with accessibility and comfort, read up on this guide on the best disability-friendly cities in the old continent, being Europe for those not in the know.

We will provide you with three of the friendliest cities, and with a bit of information on what to do and see in each of these cities. Keep reading and enjoy.

This imperious and proud city won an award for best adapted European city in 2013. The city got this award due to generally having better invested in obstacle removal, a heftier transport system adapted for disabled travelers, better conditions and generally a better approach for every type of disability, from visually impaired travelers to those who have restricted mobility.

There is a lot to do and see in Berlin, and it would be difficult to include every kind of attraction here. The top places which come to mind are: The Scholss Chartlottenburg, the Brandeburg gate, the Haus am Checkpoint Charlie Museum and the Unter den Linde. Keep an eye out for all these, and they should be easy to get to as they are all very accessible. Remember, renting a disabled-friendly Berlin short term apartment with a website like City is the best way to ensure a comfortable holiday.

London is very much the place of choice for many first time travelers in Europe, and a metropolis which offers the best for those with disabilities. Approximately 20 million people visit London every year, with a large number of disabled holiday makers among those visitors. London has wheelchair access for almost all of its top spots, including the London Eye Ferris Wheel, Westminster cathedral, St Paul’s and much more.

Again, the top places to visit in London are probably those which everyone is already aware of. “Which ones?” you may end up asking; the answer depends on what you most like to see of course. As mentioned, Westminster cathedral is probably a popular sight for holiday makers as well as Buckingham palace. In any case, it does not matter what you will end up visiting as London is well equipped for disabled travelers.

Paris can still be considered the world capital for fashion, art, culture and philosophy. The city is slightly more challenging than London for disabled travelers, but it is still well equipped for most holiday makers with a disability. The best way to get around in this bustling metropolis is probably by taxi, and wheelchair accessibility should ensure a comfortable experience for all.

All the well known museums and sites have excellent facilities for disabled travelers; these sites include all of the Louvre (including easy access to the Mona Lisa, The Venus and much more), the Eiffel Tower, the Versailles Palace, the Cathedral of Notre Dame and much more. Paris must be visited at least once during one’s lifetime, and it is sure to provide a memorable experience for all but the sternest of travelers.

So there you have it, three of the best European cities with excellent access to disabled travelers. They may seem like very much the spots where everyone goes to, but they are still the most popular holiday destinations in Europe.