Wheelchair Accessible London Hotel
This charming 4 star London wheelchair accessible hotel is one of our top recommendations for disabled travelers looking to stay in the fashionable Marylebone Village in the heart of London’s West End. It has a much more intimate feel than other nearby London wheelchair hotels.
This accessible boutique hotel has modern rooms with flat screen TVs, beautiful large accessible bathrooms with roll-in showers and a wheelchair friendly restaurant and bar where you can enjoy traditional afternoon tea. Additionally, this hotel is much cheaper than other nearby wheelchair accessible London hotels.
If you want to be just minutes away from the shops of Oxford Street, numerous theatres and art galleries, this accessible London wheelchair hotels is a great option. Our 130 page London Accessibility Guide will show you how to use the many accessible buses nearby so you can visit other popular London hot-spots like Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square.
This wheelchair accessible London hotel features:
- Accessible hotel room personally inspected and verified by John Sage
- 142 rooms including 6 with roll-in showers
- On-site handicap accessible restaurant and bar
- Accessible shopping on Oxford Street (1.5 blocks away) and Christopher Street
- Accessible bus routes nearby with our accessibility guide
- Hotel staff familiar with the needs of disabled guests
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This hotel received a 4 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it has ramped access at the entrance and a roll-in shower. It did not receive a higher rating because the chair attached to the wall in the roll-in shower is a little small.
Then you enter your accessible room, there is a desk in front of you and the bed is on the right. There is a flat screen television in front of the bed.
To the left of your accessible bedroom is a bathroom with a roll-in shower. There is a fold down chair and handheld showerhead inside.
The sink in this accessible bathroom has room underneath for a wheelchair users knees to fit. There are grab bars on both sides of the toilet.
Just off to the right of the 3 step hotel entrance is a wheelchair ramp.
The elevators in this hotel are wide enough to fit a wheelchair. The halls are long, with smooth floors so a wheelchair user can get to their room easily.
This accessible hotel lobby (shown on the left) is wheelchair friendly. The hotel restaurant and bar (shown in the photos on the right) have smooth floors, making it easy for a wheelchair to maneuver.
This London wheelchair accessible hotel is located in a flat neighborhood with several accessible dining and shopping options.
Staying in this hotel will give you nearby access to many accessible shopping options.
All London hotel reservations include
the 130 page Sage Accessibility Guide to London
London Accessible Travel – main page
Pros and Cons of London Disabled Access
13 Wheelchair Accessible Travel Tips for London England
9 Keys to Success for London Handicapped Travel
Tower of London Wheelchair Access
London Eye Wheelchair Accessibility
Stonehenge Disabled Access
Travel Insurance for Disabled Travelers
London Accessible Travel Packages
Accessible Walking and Driving Tours in London
Highlights of London Accessible Driving Tour
Classic London Wheelchair Accessible Tour
Royal London Accessible Guided Tour
London Accessible Boat Cruise on the Thames River
Stonehenge & Hampton Court Accessible Driving Tour
Stonehenge & Windsor Castle Accessible Guided Tour
Stonehenge Accessible Tour by Train
Cambridge Accessible Tour from London
Oxford Accessible Tour from London
Highlights of Greenwich Accessible Tour
London Accessible Hotels
London Accessibility Guide by John Sage
London Trip Planning by Sage Traveling – Travel with Ease!