London Disabled Hotel with Connecting Rooms
This 4 star London disabled hotel with connecting rooms has a flat entrance that leads you into its modern atmosphere and accessible lobby. Located in the South Bank – Waterloo area, your hotel is near some of London’s most popular tourist attractions like Big Ben, Parliament Square and Westminster Abbey. The nearby metro station gives you the option to travel around London to some of your other areas of interest like the West End.
The accessible hotel restaurant has an international menu or you can enjoy a drink at the wheelchair friendly hotel bar. The London disabled hotel has connecting rooms, roll-in showers and wide, smooth hallways. Whether you want to tour London or stay close and relax, this hotel is a great option for disabled travelers.
This London disabled hotel with connecting rooms features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- 182 rooms, 10 with roll-in showers
- Flat entrance from hotel to accessible lobby & public bathroom
- Wheelchair friendly hotel bar and restaurant
- 300 meters to Shakespeare’s Globe and less than a mile from St. Paul’s Cathedral
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This hotel received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. It did not receive 5 stars because I did not personally inspect the portable chair inside the roll-in shower.
This accessible room has a double bed with room on both sides for a wheelchair to fit. There is a desk and chair located against the wall on the left side of the room and a chair in the right corner.
The accessible bathroom in this room has a sink on the left with room for a wheelchair users knees to fit underneath. There is a grab bar on the right side of the toilet as well as a shelf. The plastic desk chair located in the room can be moved to use in the roll-in shower.
This London disabled hotel with connecting rooms is located in a flat neighborhood near Thames River. The automated revolving door has manual doors on each side.
The hotel lobby is wheelchair friendly with its smooth floors and accessible bathroom.
The hotel bar has smooth floors as does the restaurant (shown in the photo on the right) making it easy for a wheelchair to maneuver.
This is the hallway leading into the rooms. It’s wide and open so wheelchairs and mobility scooters can move through.
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