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Two Accessible NYC Hotels with Hydraulic Chair in Pool
Like its skyscrapers, the possibilities in New York City seem endless. There are always plans to make and places to visit. Therefore, finding tranquility and replenishing energy is essential in keeping up with this great city.
Below we offer two hotels that have an accessible pool with a hydraulic lift, so you can immerse yourself and unwind during your stay.
Hilton New York JFK Airport
144-02 135th Ave, Queens, NY 11436, United States
Located in the borough of Queens, the Hilton New York JFK Airport stands out for its proximity to John F. Kennedy International Airport and its free shuttle service. It’s very convenient for those traveling for business or pleasure.
Its facilities include a large heated pool where all guests can relax. The pool cover manages to maintain the temperature throughout the year and the bath is always pleasant in this place. A hydraulic lift is also available for easy access.
The hotel’s accessible suites and accessible rooms have been carefully designed to ensure the comfort of guests with reduced mobility. In addition, the accessible bathrooms have a walk-in shower or a bathtub (both options with grab bars and seat) and a WC with grab bars next to it.
180 W 135th St, New York, NY 10030, United States
The Harlem YMCA is located in Upper Manhattan, in a culturally rich and diverse neighborhood. A variety of jazz music clubs such as the Apollo Theater, one of the best known in the country, can be visited nearby.
This accessible hotel is an excellent choice for travelers looking for more affordable accommodations that feel like home.
Its common areas are accessible for guests with reduced mobility. Among them, there is an accessible pool with a hydraulic lift, where swimming lessons and other sports activities are often held.
The accessible rooms are equipped with a bunk bed and the bathrooms are shared. For the comfort of clients, there is a walk-in shower and WC with grab bars.
Interested in one of these hotels? Have our concierge book your stay.
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