Handicapped Accessible Hotel in London
This 4 star handicapped accessible hotel in London is located in the Victoria-Westminster area near the Palace and Apollo Theatres. Disabled guests can take in a showing of the world renowned production of Wicked or visit any of the other popular tourist attractions nearby. Westminster Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and St. James Square are just a few destinations just minutes away from this hotel.
With 9 accessible superior rooms, bathtubs as well as roll-in showers and it’s ideal location, this London handicapped accessible hotel has everything you are looking for. Disabled travelers will have their needs met in and around this hotel but will also have the option to use the nearby metro and train station to branch out and visit some of London’s other hot spots.
If you are looking for another option nearby, you may want to try this London handicapped accessible hotel near Victoria train station.
This handicapped accessible hotel in London features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage.
- 299 rooms. 9 accessible superior rooms.
- Accessible bathrooms with roll-in showers and bathtubs with grab bars.
- Nearby accessible bus and Underground transportation options.
- Conveniently located in London’s Victoria-Westminster area.
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This hotel received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because the accessible bathroom has a lip into the bathroom and the shower. A wheelchair will need to remain outside of the shower.
This accessible bedroom has a double bed with space on both sides for a wheelchair to fit.
There is a desk and a connecting room on the left. The photo on the right is looking out into the hallway.
The bathrooms in this accessible handicapped hotel in London has a small lip in the doorway. The toilet is on the left and there is a large sink. There is a tub and roll-in shower on right.
The sink has plenty of room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit. The bathtub has grab bars on the side and a handheld showerhead.
The toilet has grab bars on both sides. The roll-in shower has a fold down bench. Wheelchairs may need to remain outside the shower.
The entrance has an automatic revolving door with a manual door next to it. Elevators have enough room to fit a wheelchair.
The lobby has smooth floors and so does the restaurant (shown in the photo on the right) for a wheelchair user to move around easily.
The hotel is located in a flat neighborhood with an accessible café nearby.
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