London 5 Star Accessible Hotel
This luxury 5 star accessible London hotel is one of our top recommendations. Two accessible entrances and roll-in showers are just a few of the amenities that will allow disabled guests to feel comfortable during their stay.
Located in a quiet neighborhood, disabled
travelers will have access to coffee shops, a grocery store and bike shop just a block away.
History buffs will enjoy the nearby former government building containing Winston Churchill’s office. This 5 star accessible London hotel is located less than 350 meters from Trafalgar Square and Charing Cross.
This accessible 5 Star London hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage.
- 289 rooms including 10 roll-in showers with bench & grab bars next to the toilet.
- 1 ramped entrance and 1 wheelchair lift entrance.
- Elevator & bathroom door large enough for wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
- Wheelchair-friendly neighborhood with few cobblestones and hills.
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This hotel received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. It almost received a 5 Star Sage
Accessibility Rating, but it has ramp access, rather than level access, to enter the building. The ramp, however, is not very steep and many disabled guests will have no trouble entering.
The accessible bedroom in this London hotel has plenty of room on both sides of the bed, as well as the foot, to maneuver around.
The bed, which can fit 2 people comfortably, faces the inner courtyard of the hotel (shown in the picture below).
On the left side of the accessible bathroom there is a toilet with grab bars positioned on both sides.
On the right side of the bathroom, the roll-in shower has a grab bar attached to the wall, as well as a handheld shower head and fold down chair for disabled guests to sit on.
The main entrance to the hotel has a revolving door with a push/pull door located to the left of it. After you get inside the building, there is a wheelchair lift (shown in the photo on the right) to get past the 7 steps.
The alternate entrance to the hotel is located on a very quiet street. It has steps, but disabled guests can enter the building through the side ramp (shown in the photo on the right).
This disabled hotel restaurant bar has smooth floors and plenty of room for wheelchair users to move around. The lobby is shown in the photo on the right.
Some of the streets near this 5 star accessible London hotel have a slight slope to them. Nevertheless, most restaurants and shops have flat access; some have a single step.
A grocery store and a bike shop (where you can fix wheelchair flats) is located close by.
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