London Hotels with Disabled Facilities
For elderly travellers or those with disabilities, it can be a challenge to find a place where comfort isn’t compromised by inaccessibility. Wheelchair access, ground floor rooms, assisted lift access, lower towel racks, and staff sensitivity training can make all the difference. Fortunately, London has no shortage of disabled friendly hotels that can plan a hassle-free accessible holiday for you. Following are some of the top mobility-friendly hotels to stay in the capital.
Milestone Hotel Kensington
Two miles away from Buckingham Palace, this 5-star boutique hotel also offers accessible en-suite facilities. The friendly staffs at the hotel are always ready to give you a support pole. Milestone Hotel provides 24-hour butler service, with accommodation especially designed for disabled guests on its ground floor. The hotel boasts a traditional restaurant that offers delicious English food to satisfy your culinary wishes. Wheelchair-friendly dining tables, highchairs available, and table service are some of the features that make this restaurant accessible to everyone.
Rate: Superior Queen Room starts from £366 a night, depending upon the date of booking.
Jumeirah Carlton Tower
With flair of British style, this five star hotel offers plenty of dedicated rooms on the ground floor. These accessible rooms feature internal lifts, grab bars, and panic button phones that can meet all your access needs. The staffs at Jumeirah Carlton Tower know how to treat disabled guests. They help you to access every area of hotel, including the restaurant, spa, and pool lifts. The hotel also allows you to pick from either a low bathtub or a roll-in shower with easy access chairs, based on your access needs.
Rate: Superior Queen Room starts from around £357 a night, depending upon the date of booking.
Grange City Hotel
For a true sense of escape, opt for Grange City Hotel that has earned applauses for its accessibility facilities. The hotel offers 22 accessible bedrooms, including wheelchair-accessible bathrooms, non-slip flooring, and wider doorways for easy wheeling. All these rooms are in close proximity to lifts and other facilities to cater to the needs of disabled guests. Besides, guests will enjoy an appealing architecture, beautiful furnishings, and city’s best attractions nearby such as Tower of London and Tate Modern.
Rate: Superior Single Room starts from around £159 a night, depending upon the date of booking.
No matter what level of access you are looking for, Cadogan Hotel can assist you to plan a fun-filled holiday in London. This hotel is for those who have a little bit higher access needs. Constructed in 1887, the hotel was once home to the star Lillie Langtry. Some of the facilities for disabled guests include 24-hour front desk, shuttle service, in room breakfast, wheelchair-accessible rooms, and bath facilities with grab bars.
Rate: Superior Single Room starts from around £202 a night, depending upon the date of booking.
All these hotels have several accessible rooms that are perfect for disabled travellers who want to be both independent and strong.
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