Accessible Triple Hotel Rooms in London
If you stay at this 4 star London accessible triple room hotel, you will be right next to some of the most popular tourist attractions like the London Eye, the Millennium Bridge, and the Tate Modern Museum. Being located in central South Bank near London’s financial district also makes this a great option for business travelers. In addition, Trafalgar Square is just minutes away from this comfortable, modern hotel.
The hotel’s main entrance is located on Southwark Street with disabled access in the rear of the building. Disabled guests can visit the Tate Modern Museum, see Shakespeare’s Globe or shop at world famous Harrod’s. Nearby transportation options like the Tube make the dining and shopping options of London’s West End just a short ride away. Your London accessible triple room hotel amenities, location and accessibility features make this a good choice for all your disabled traveling needs.
This accessible London hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage.
- 5 disabled rooms with bathtubs all located on the ground floor.
- Wheelchair lift at the entrance of the hotel.
- Accessible restaurant and bar.
- 450 meters to the Tate Modern Museum and Thames River.
- Ideal location in wheelchair friendly neighborhood with transportation options nearby.
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This hotel received a 3 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. It did not score higher because there is no roll-in shower….only a bathtub in the accessible bathrooms.
The accessible room has a table and chair on the left side of the room. The double bed has room on both sides for a wheelchair to fit.
This accessible triple hotel room in London has an accessible bathroom with grab bars on both sides of the toilet. The sink has room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit. The bathtub has grab bars and a handheld showerhead.
The flat entrance to this hotel leads to a wheelchair lift up to the lobby.
This is the hallway that leads to the accessible rooms.
The hotel restaurant has smooth floors for a wheelchair to move around easily. The hotel bar has high seats at the tables and is shown on the right.
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