Accessible Hotel near Waterloo Train Station
If you are looking for an accessible hotel near Waterloo Train Station, this one requires push button assistance from hotel staff located in the rear of the building to enter. Once disabled guests are inside, a contemporary and intimate hotel awaits offering roll-in showers, twin or double accessible room options and a wheelchair friendly breakfast area.
Located in London’s cosmopolitan South Bank, this hotel has direct train services to Luton and Gatwick airports. Sightseeing London will be easy because of this accessible hotel near Waterloo Train Station and London Bridge. You can enjoy St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London, both just a mile and a half away.
You also have the numerous neighborhood cafes, museums, galleries and theatres that surround the hotel right at your doorstep. Top attractions paired with the accessible amenities make this accessible London hotel a great option for disabled travelers.
This accessible hotel near Waterloo Train Station features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- 88 rooms, 5 with roll-in showers
- 3 twin and 2 double accessible room options
- Wheelchair accessible breakfast area
- Located on a flat street in a wheelchair friendly neighborhood
- Prime location near trains at Southwark Underground Station and Waterloo Station
Our accessible travel recommendations will make this a trip of a lifetime!
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This hotel received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because notification of staff is required to get through the accessible entrance as well as to receive the small roll-in shower seat.
The accessible rooms in this hotel have a small desk and flat screen TV on the wall. The beds have room on the left side for a wheelchair to fit.
The roll-in shower has grab bars inside as well as a handheld showerhead. The sink has some room underneath for a wheelchair users knees.
The disabled bathroom has a very small shower chair with grab bars on the left. The toilet has grab bars on both sides.
This accessible hotel is located on a flat street and the entrance has 3 steps leading up to it.
The back entrance to this accessible hotel near Waterloo Train Station has a ramp leading to a door that requires push button assistance.
The smooth floor and size of the breakfast area is big enough for a wheelchair to maneuver around easily. The elevator is wide enough for a wheelchair to fit.
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