London Handicapped Accessible Hotel
Although charming, this 4 star London hotel lacks some of the features as many of our other London handicapped accessible hotels. From the tight bathroom doors to the step up to get inside, this isn’t one of my top recommendations for disabled travelers. A portable ramp needs to be brought by hotel staff for entrance to the hotel.
Although the neighborhood is flat, there aren’t too many dining options around. Nearby art galleries, West End theatres and shops on Oxford Street are, however, only 5 minutes away. This moderately accessible London handicapped hotel has 3 disabled rooms with bathtubs and no roll-in showers. The sinks have no room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit. If you are looking for this same great location but want more accessibility features like a roll-in shower, try this London handicapped accessible hotel.
This London handicapped accessible hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- 3 disabled rooms with bathtubs. Ground floor room options
- Portable ramp access to hotel entrance
- Convenient location minutes from London’s West End and Oxford Street
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This hotel received a 3 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. It did not score higher because there are no roll-in showers, the tight spaces and lack of grab bars in the accessible bathroom.
The first accessible room that I visited has a double bed with some room on the left for a wheelchair to fit. There is a desk and flat screen television in front of the bed.
This accessible bathroom has a tight door to enter. There are no grab bars near the toilet and there is no room under the sink for a wheelchair users knees to fit.
Accessible room #2 has a small double bed with no room for a wheelchair to fit on either side. There is a step to get into the accessible bathroom and a narrow shower (shown in the photo on the right).
Accessible room #3 I visited is a little more spacious with room on the right side of the bed for a wheelchair to fit. There is a desk in front of the bed and a television in the left corner of the room.
This accessible bathroom has a bathtub and toilet without grab bars. There is not enough room underneath the sink for a wheelchair users knees to fit.
There is a portable wheelchair ramp to enter the hotel. The elevators to the accessible rooms are tight, however a wheelchair can fit inside.
This London handicapped accessible hotel is located in a flat, wheelchair friendly neighborhood. There aren’t too many dining options around but there is coffee shop nearby.
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