3 Star London Disabled Hotel
Located in the historic County Hall building, this 3 Star London disabled hotel is situated next to the London Eye and is just across the river from Westminster Abbey, Parliament and Big Ben. This accessible hotel is a more affordable option for disabled travelers but offers poor accessibility features. The route to enter the hotel, for example, could be considered unpleasant for disabled guests.
There are over 300 rooms, 16 disabled with bathtubs. One room has a roll-in shower option for disabled guests. The rooms in this 3 star disabled London hotel are spacious and offer an option for a triple. The hotel restaurant has smooth open floors and elevators are wide offering disabled guests easy mobility.
Disabled travelers may want to consider another 3 star London disabled hotel that is in a great location with better hotel features. There is also another 3 star London hotel with disabled access that is a great option.
This 3 star London disabled hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- Elevator & bathroom door large enough for wheelchairs and mobility scooters
- 314 rooms, 16 disabled rooms with bathtubs, 1 with roll-in shower
- Wheelchair-friendly neighborhood with few cobblestones and hills
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Although this is a 3 star hotel, it has a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has a roll-in shower. It did not get a higher rating because wheelchair guests have to have an escort to enter the building.
The 16 disabled rooms with bathtubs have a double bed and another single bed for a third person.
The accessible bathroom has a tub with a horizontal and vertical grab bar attached to the wall. The toilet has a horizontal grab bar on the left and a vertical grab bar on the right.
There is one roll-in shower accessible room in this hotel.
The accessible bathroom in this “wet room” has a toilet with a vertical grab bar on the left side and a grab bar that folds down to a horizontal position on the right side. The roll-in shower has a vertical grab bar on the left side and horizontal grab bar on the right side of the bench that folds down from the wall.
The 3 star London accessible hotel entrance has a multiple steps. Disabled guests can ring a bell and will be escorted through a back alley to the freight elevator.
The hotel elevators are wide enough for a wheelchair to fit. The accessible restaurant has flat floors for a wheelchair user to move around easily.
Hallways with steps also have ramp access.
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