Elegant Wheelchair Friendly London Hotel
This Elegant Wheelchair Friendly London Hotel offers a wonderful base for your stay in the British capital. The hotel is located within half a mile from several of the best highlights of the city, including the Big Ben, the House of Parliament, the London Eye and the Imperial War Museum, Waterloo. The disabled rooms at this hotel offer wonderful accessibility features such as wide doorways, smooth flooring and grab bars and roll-in showers in the bathrooms. Unique to this hotel is also the opportunity to prepare light meals and store food in the in-room kitchenettes.
Inside this disabled London hotel, you won’t have to worry about accessibility! The main entrance to the hotel is flat with large automatic doors, and the lobby area has flat, smooth surfaces. An elevator is available is available to help navigate the different floors. The décor and atmosphere of the hotel is modern yet elegant, providing a relaxing setting for you after exploring the sights of London. Please note, while there is no restaurant or breakfast room available at the hotel, you can either use the in-room kitchenette to prepare light meals or order from one of the nearby cafes or restaurants. Several small grocery stores a located near the hotel (a small breakfast restaurant is located right next door). The hotel offers free Wi-Fi throughout as well as a 24-hour front desk.
There are different accessible room options available at the hotel. Depending on your group size and preferences you may choose from deluxe or executive options, ranging from 2-person king bedroom to triple room option. Please make sure to specify your preference upon booking. The rooms feature flat and smooth flooring with space for your wheelchair beside the bed. You’ll also find desks, fridges and flat screen TVs in the rooms. The disabled bathrooms have wonderful accessibility. Enjoy grab bars by the toilet, a floating sink for easy access as well as a roll in shower with an attached shower chair and grab bars.
This accessible London hotel is surrounded by cafes, pubs and restaurants. It is also located only a minute stroll from the Lambeth tube station, an 8-minute walk from the Imperial War Museum and 10 minutes from the London Eye and the Queen’s Walk – a promenade located on the southern bank of the River Thames. The pedestrian walkway is several miles long and passes some of London’s most popular tourist and visitor attractions.
This Elegant Wheelchair Friendly London Hotel features:
- Ample perimeters around furniture
- Roll-in showers with grab bars
- Lowered fixtures and furniture
- Hotel staff familiar with the needs of disabled guests.
- Accessible rooms with kitchenettes
This London hotel has an accessibility rating of four stars, out of five. It has this high ranking because of its multiple features that are wheelchair friendly including automated front entrance, smooth and flat common spaces and fully accessible rooms and bathrooms. It’s modern decor and easy-to-utilize spaces make it a comfortable and very accessible place to stay.
The hotel offer different options for wheelchair accessible units. Upon booking, please specify what your preferences are (King bed, triple room etc.) The rooms have modern yet elegant décor and has flat and smooth flooring throughout. There is also place a wheelchair beside the bed.
The accessible rooms feature kitchenettes equipped with fridges, microwaves, burners and even dishwashers. You’ll also find, cookware, plates, silverware and other basis cooking tools.
The accessible bathrooms are equipped with roll in showers with grab bars and an attached shower chair. Grab bars are also located by the toilet. A floating sink makes it easy to fit a wheelchair underneath it.
The main entrance to the hotel is flat and smooth with large automatic doors. The lobby area is also flat and easy to navigate with plenty of turning surface.
The hotel has an onsite elevator to help you navigate the different floors. The hallways are wide and wheelchair accessible.
|Not now, but send me Accessible Travel Tips|
Want a 100% Accessible Vacation?
View our London Accessible Travel Packages
London Accessible Travel – main page
Pros and Cons of London Disabled Access
13 Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips for London England
9 Keys to Success for London Handicapped Travel
Tower of London Wheelchair Access
London Eye Wheelchair Accessibility
Stonehenge Disabled Access
Travel Insurance for Disabled Travelers
London Accessible Travel Packages
Accessible Walking and Driving Tours in London
Highlights of London Accessible Driving Tour
Classic London Wheelchair Accessible Tour
Royal London Accessible Guided Tour
London Accessible Boat Cruise on the Thames River
Stonehenge & Hampton Court Accessible Driving Tour
Stonehenge & Windsor Castle Accessible Guided Tour
Stonehenge Accessible Tour by Train
Cambridge Accessible Tour from London
Oxford Accessible Tour from London
Highlights of Greenwich Accessible Tour
London Accessible Hotels
London Accessibility Guide by John Sage
London Trip Planning by Sage Traveling – Travel with Ease!