Accessible hotels, activities and much more in Miami!
Where sun-kissed beaches and vibrant city life embrace accessibility for all, with accessible information verified by our team. Photos and measurements included!
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Some of the accessibility features we have mapped:
Room: entrance, spaces, bed and closet.
Bathroom: access, interior, toilet, shower and sink.
Building access, lobby, breakfast area and common spaces.
Wheelchair accessible hotels with roll-in shower in Miami
About accessibility in Miami: the best destination for your beach getaways!
Miami, known as the "Magic City," is renowned for its vibrant culture and stunning beaches, and is also a leading destination for accessible travel. For those seeking accommodations that prioritize comfort, safety, and accessibility, Miami offers a variety of hotels and lodgings that are not only ADA-compliant but also equipped with thoughtful amenities like roll-in showers and other accessible features.
Most popular wheelchair accessible Activities in Miami
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Frequently asked questions
Tips when traveling to Miami
Best time to visit
The best time to visit Miami is during the winter (December to April). If you prefer to avoid the crowds and are comfortable with warmer temperatures, late fall (October and November) can also be a good time to visit.
What to bring
For your trip to Miami, pack light, breathable clothing, sunscreen, sunglasses, and swimwear. Don't forget essentials like a hat, and a reusable water bottle for the warm, tropical climate.
Miami offers a diverse array of events catering to accessibility, ensuring everyone can join in the fun, such as Ultra Music Festival or the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
Miami has made efforts to improve accessibility for wheelchair users, with many attractions, and public spaces with ramps and other features. However, the level of accessibility can vary, like any city.