Disabled Hotel in Central London
This 4 star central London disabled hotel is surrounded by popular tourist attractions such as the London Aquarium, Big Ben, the London Eye, and Westminster Abbey.
Since this accessible hotel has over 1000 rooms and 56 roll-in showers available, it’s the perfect spot for disabled groups and disabled conferences. There is a hotel spa for disabled guests who are looking to relax and unwind after a day of sightseeing.
There are many accessible amenities in this central London disabled hotel. The spacious bedrooms have the option for a triple, making this a great option for families or larger groups. Hotel bars and cafes are wheelchair accessible and have plenty of room for a wheelchair or scooter to move around with ease.
Disabled travelers will enjoy this location which is closer to the tourist attractions than other London disabled hotels. This hotel is less expensive than other nearby central London disabled accessible hotels.
This central London disabled hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- Great location across from Westminster Bridge and Big Ben
- More than 1000 hotel rooms, 56 with roll-in showers
- Fully equipped business center and conference area
- Great hotel for disabled groups and disabled conferences
Our accessible travel recommendations will make this a trip of a lifetime!
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I gave this London hotel a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has flat access and roll-in showers. It did not receive a 5 star rating because disabled guests will need to use a button activated door, located to the right of the entrance.
These accessible bedrooms have space on the right side of the bed for a wheelchair. The beds fit 2 people, with an option for a third person roll-away bed for a child.
This accessible bathroom has grab bars on both sides of the toilet. The sink has enough room underneath for a wheelchair users knees. The roll-in shower has a chair attached to the wall, as well as grab bars throughout. There is a handheld shower nozzle located in the shower.
The entrance to the central London disabled hotel has revolving doors and an automated side door with button activation.
Once you enter this accessible hotel there are steps leading up to the lobby. There is elevator access to the lobby with enough room for a wheelchair. The hotel bar and lounge has flat, smooth floors with room for wheelchair users to maneuver around comfortably.
The hotel has a small café and multiple restaurants.
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