Where can you go to hear people talking with delightful accents, eat fish and chips in a pub, and see buildings that are much older than your great great great grandfather? London of course! London is the city of famous sites such as Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, famous food such as the already mentioned fish and chips, and lovely people well known for their accents and polite ways of talking.
It might seem like going to London is just a dream. It can easily seem like something other people get to do while you have to stay at home. What if you let yourself do more than dream, though? What if you actually started to plan and see if you could go to London? Before you know it, you might find yourself getting on a plane headed there!
If you’re worried about it not being wheelchair accessible, London may surprise you! They have lots of options for people in wheelchairs. To show you just how true that is, check out the list below of some of the best wheelchair accessible hotels in London. Not only is it possible to travel there with a wheelchair, but when you get there, there are plenty of places you can stay in luxury and style!
Aloft London Excel
Right by O2 and ExCel London, this hotel is an excellent place to base yourself as you explore the city. You won’t be short of things to do or see! Whether you want to go on a brewery tour, ride a paddleboat, or just see the most famous sights, Aloft is near all sorts of attractions.
The hotel is very accessible! It has wheelchair accessible rooms with enlarged accessible bathrooms. The bathrooms have roll-in showers, raised toilets, and grab bars. The splash pool is also accessible with a mobile host available upon request. The shower in the pool area has one fully accessible changing area.
Expect to pay around $260 per night, depending on when you book the room.
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The Tower Hotel
If you’re hoping to visit the iconic Tower Bridge or Tower of London, the perfect hotel for you is The Tower Hotel! It’s also near Tower Hill Underground Station and Thames Clipper fast ferry for you to travel around to other parts of the city.
The hotel is luxurious and quite comfortable for everyone, including those who need accessible facilities. There are elevators in the hotel that are accessible, and those elevators have mirrors to help aid in reversing out of the elevator. The accessible rooms also have accessible bathrooms with roll-in showers. The showers have shower seats and handrails.
Depending on when you plan to travel, you’ll likely need to pay around $260 a night.
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Premier Inn, London County Hall Hotel
Mere minutes away from the London Eye, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament, Premier Inn, London County Hall Hotel is another wonderful choice for those who want to explore London’s landmark sights.
The hotel is equipped with elevators that are accessible by wheelchair. It also has accessible rooms with features such as lowered spy holes available. The room does not have a roll-in shower but does have a lowered bath. Handrails are available.
Plan to pay around $145 per night, depending on when you are hoping to travel.
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Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill
If you’d like a 5-star experience full of British charm, look no further than the Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill Hotel. While you enjoy your stay there, you can shop on Oxford Street or stroll through Hyde Park. It’s also near the National Gallery and London Palladium!
They have wheelchair accessible rooms that come with accessible bathrooms. The elevators are also accessible for wheelchair users. The accessible bathrooms do not have roll-in showers but do have a bath that is 1.5 feet from the floor.
Expect to pay around $650 per night, depending on the season during which you are traveling.
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Another hotel ready to give you the 5-star experience, One Aldwych is in the center of the beautiful Covent Garden. Covent Garden, if you aren’t familiar with the area, is London’s world-class destination for anyone who loves food, theater, fashion, and culture.
The hotel has six bedrooms that have been specifically designed for wheelchair access. The hotel has accessible public bathrooms. The accessible bedrooms have doors that are wider than normal, low-level sinks, low-level bathtubs, and several grab rails.
Depending on the time of year and day you choose to come on, plan to pay around $655 per night.
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Do you feel like flying off to London right now as much as I do? I would love to spend the rest of today explore their beautiful old city streets, then eating fish and chips for the evening meal and coming back to my luxurious hotel for a restful night. Doesn’t that sound delightful? London is a beautiful place to visit and you won’t regret letting yourself travel to the city. You’ll make memories to last a lifetime!
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