Theatre District Wheelchair Accessible Hotel in London
This 4 star London Theatre district wheelchair accessible hotel has a side entrance for disabled guests (shown in the photo on the left). Located on a quiet side street in the heart of London, disabled guests will be able to enjoy numerous tourist attractions such as Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus which are located just minutes away.
The accessible amenities this theatre district hotel offers include executive king rooms, roll-in showers and side entrances for disabled guests to enter both the hotel and the on-site restaurant. This London Theatre district wheelchair accessible hotel is a great option for disabled travelers who are looking for an ideally located hotel next to some of London’s top tourist attractions.
This London Theatre District wheelchair accessible hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage.
- 4 accessible executive king rooms.
- Accessible bathrooms have roll-in showers and bathtub options.
- Great location between London’s theatre district, National Gallery and Westminster Abbey.
- Separate accessible entrances for lobby, elevators to hotel rooms, and an on-site restaurant.
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This hotel received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating. It didn’t receive 5 stars because the step-free entrance requires notification of hotel staff.
The accessible bedroom had a double bed big enough for 2 people. There is room on both sides of the bed for a wheelchair user. The room has a desk, chair and flat screen television on the wall.
The accessible bathrooms in this hotel have an option for a roll-in shower and a bathtub with a grab bar (as shown in the picture below). Two rooms have roll-in showers while two rooms have bathtubs.
The photos below show the accessible room with the bathtub. There are grab bars in the bathtub but not by the toilet. The sink has enough room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit.
The main entrance to this accessible hotel is ramped with a motion activated door. The route from the lobby to the elevators has 3 steps.
There is a side entrance with ramp access to the elevators and disabled guests will have to ask hotel staff to open it.
The lobby is wide open with smooth floors for a wheelchair to move around easily. There is an accessible entrance around the corner from the main entrance of the hotel that disabled guests can use to enter the restaurant.
This wheelchair accessible theatre district hotel is located in a flat neighborhood with numerous accessible restaurants at nearby Leicester Square.
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