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London Accessible Hotel for Families

Strand palace 2This 3 star London accessible hotel is one of our top picks for families because the accessible rooms offer an extra couch-bed to maximize occupancy. The rooms also have 2 accessible bathrooms, but no roll-in showers. Disabled travelers who need a roll-in shower can try another top London accessible hotel  nearby.

Disabled travelers looking for an affordable London accessible hotel for families will find this hotel to be a great option. A fitness center and on-site restaurant are among the amenities this accessible hotel offers. It’s located in the heart of Central London near the theatre district and much closer than other accessible family hotels in London. Disabled guests and their family can enjoy the world famous production of The Lion King located nearby.

This London accessible family hotel features:

  • Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
  • Some of the cheapest prices of any high quality, accessible hotel in central London
  • 768 hotel rooms. 3 disabled rooms with bathtubs and couch-bed
  • Conveniently located near accessible bus routes and numerous accessible restaurants
  • Wheelchair-friendly neighborhood in London’s theatre district


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Accessibility Details

This hotel received a 3 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. It did not get a higher rating because there are no roll-in showers.

The accessible bedroom in this hotel has a double bed as well as a couch bed, making it perfect for families. There is room on the left side of the double bed for a wheelchair to fit. There is a table, chairs and desk in the room.

The sitting room has a desk with a flat screen television attached to the wall. The couch-bed has a coffee table and chairs for visiting and can be moved out of the way at night for sleeping. The doorway in the sitting room leads to the bedroom (as shown in the picture on the right).
Strand palace 1 Strand palace 3This accessible bedroom has a window on the right side as well as a desk/vanity in the right corner of the room. There is plenty of room on the left side of the bed for a wheelchair to move around.
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The accessible bathrooms don’t have roll-in showers but all contain bathtubs with grab bars.  The sink has room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit and the toilet has grab bars on both sides. There are 2 bathrooms in this London accessible family hotel.

The first bathroom has a step up shower with a handheld showerhead. The sink has room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit.
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The second bathroom has a bathtub with grab bars and a handheld shower. The sink has plenty of room underneath for a wheelchair users knees and has grab bars on both sides. The toilet also has grab bars on both sides for disabled guests.
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The main entrance to the hotel has a single step (shown in the photo on the left). There is side entrance on the left side of the building with a wheelchair ramp (shown in the photo on the right). The doors open manually outward.
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The hotel lobby (shown in the photo on the left) leads to a breakfast room located on the ground floor. They have smooth floors and room for a wheelchair to maneuver easily.  Computers are available in the lobby.
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A flat, smooth entrance leads into the breakfast room.
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A wheelchair lift leads into the dinner restaurant in this accessible hotel.
Strand palace 15 Strand palace 16This hotel is located across the street from a bus stop towards Trafalgar Square. There are many attractions nearby, including the theatre.
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