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Top 16 accessible hotels in London

Check in to one of these fantastic hotels with a range of services for visitors with disabilities.

Ensure a comfortable and relaxing stay with the top accessible hotels in London, offering a wide variety of accessible features such as step-free access, Blue Badge parking, internal lifts and rooms adapted for a range of needs. Some accessible hotels in London also feature hoists, braille signage, hearing loops and visual alarm systems.

Pick a hotel that suits your requirements and budget and discover how to get around the city with this London accessibility guide.

The Tower Hotel London

Sunset over the river Thames and Tower of London from The Tower Hotel.

Stay at The Tower Hotel London nearby some of the best accessible London attractions, including the iconic Tower Bridge, which hosts BSL guided tours and easy access for visitors with limited mobility. Three luxurious accessible rooms feature wet room showers with handrails, pull-cord alarms and hard flooring throughout. Two designated parking bays next to the main entrance allow you to travel by car with ease. 

Where: Tower Hamlets (St Katharine's Way, E1W 1LD)

Zedwell London Piccadilly Circus

Venture below the bustle of the city to Zedwell London Piccadilly Circus, a calm retreat to rest and recharge. The hotel's accessible cocoon rooms each include a generous amount of space, along with handrails and a walk-in rain shower. Tick off your London bucket list before taking to your room with mood lighting, Egyptian cotton sheets and noise reduction to guarantee a peaceful nights sleep. 

Where: Soho (Great Windmill Street, W1D 7DH)

Pan Pacific London

Check in to Pan Pacific London with its outstanding accessible amenities including two rooms with Guldman hoists. 24 rooms are adapted with space for wheelchair users, while 12 of those are fully fitted out with handrails, alarm pull-cords, a lowered toilet and roll-in shower. Take the lift to the in-house sensory wellbeing facilities on level four where you can indulge in a treatment or take a dip in the infinity pool with the help of a pool hoist. 

Where: City of London (80 Houndsditch, EC3A 7AB)

Premier Inn London County Hall

Head to Premier Inn London County Hall for a budget-friendly trip to the capital with excellent transport links from nearby London Waterloo Station. Choose one of the 17 adapted rooms featuring wide-entry doorways and an en suite bathroom with either a lowered bath or wet room. The hotel also has medium-level lighting, lowered express check-in desks and a hearing-assistance system at reception. Refuel at the hotel restaurant after a day of sightseeing in London around the nearby riverside area of South Bank.

Where: Westminster (Belvedere Road, SE1 7PB)

The Londoner

Green Room at The Londoner hotel in Leicester Square, London.

Feel sophisticated at The Londoner, which boasts 18 accessible rooms in a stylish setting. Each room is kitted out with level access wet room showers, handrails and shower seats. Two of those rooms also contain a ceiling track hoist. Explore all of the hotel's fantastic amenities from delicious restaurants and atmospheric bars to an in-house cinema and luxury spa – with each floor featuring a wheelchair-accessible toilet. 

Where: Leicester Square (38 Leicester Square, WC2H 7DX)

Aloft London Excel

Check in to the modern Aloft London Excel next to The O2 and ExCeL London, where you can enjoy a fun-filled accessible day out in Greenwich. Choose one of the 19 spacious accessible rooms with adapted en suite bathrooms equipped with a raised toilet, grab rails, an adjustable showerhead and a large, wheel-in shower cubicle (available in king-size rooms). Other facilities include accessible on-site parking, enlarged doorways for wheelchair users, visual fire alarms and closed-caption television.

Where: Newham (One Eastern Gateway, E16 1FR)

One Aldwych

Enjoy a luxurious visit to One Aldwych, near Covent Garden. The hotel offers six accessible rooms with wide doors for travellers in wheelchairs, as well as a low-level bath and sink basin, grab rails, and emergency alarms. The lifts have braille printing and the reception is fitted with an induction loop. Unwind on your trip to London at the hotel's chlorine-free swimming pool with soothing underwater music. 

Where: Covent Garden (1 Aldwych, WC2B 4BZ)

The Guardsman

Experience a regal stay at The Guardsman, which is less than a 10-minute walk to Buckingham Palace. Pick one of the adapted rooms that include features such as a shower seat, grab bars, roll-in shower, room smooth flooring and wheelchair-accessible space. Don't forget to book a guided tour of the palace which includes a free access companion ticket for all visits.

Where: Westminster (1 Vandon Street, SW1H 0AH)

AbleStay

A front view of the outside of AbleStay's single storey holiday home in Worcester Park.

Have a homely trip at AbleStay, a fully accessible holiday home in the city. The single-storey house sleeps six people and includes level access throughout, a ceiling hoist, profiling beds and an en suite bathroom with a height-adjustable bath and wet room shower. Journey into central London from Worcester Park Station, which has step-free access to trains that run to London Waterloo. Wheelchair-accessible buses also run directly to Hampton Court Palace and Heathrow Airport, just a five-minute walk away.

Where: Sutton (47 Donnington Road, KT4 8EL)

Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington

Have a tranquil stay in leafy Kensington at the Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington, close to a range of top accessible London attractions such as the Design Museum, Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens. The hotel has 10 accessible rooms on the mezzanine level with adjoining options available for family, friends and carers. Each accessible room features power-assisted doors, functionally adapted furniture, a spacious design for wheelchair users and an accessible bathroom.

Where: Kensington (Scarsdale Place, W8 5SY)

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street Hotel

Book a room at Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street Hotel, situated just minutes from the British Museum and the West End. Its choice of nine accessible rooms include two spacious wheelchair-friendly rooms, two rooms fully adapted for more mobile guests, and five rooms designed for visitors with hearing impairment. Embrace ultimate relaxation with the hotel's 24-hour room service, a variety of luxurious in-room spa treatments and calming colours in each bedroom.

Where: Bloomsbury (9-13 Bloomsbury Street, WC1B 3QD)

Ibis London Stratford

Explore London on a budget at the well-priced Ibis London Stratford, just a short distance from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which hosts top sporting events in London. Pick from six accessible rooms (including three with adjoining suites for carers), that each offer wheelchair-friendly showers with flip-down seats and handrails, free parking for Blue Badge holders and well-lit guest rooms. The hotel's public lift offers level access throughout with braille markings, an audible announcer, visual floor indicators and a mirror to aid the exit of wheelchair users.

Where: Stratford (1A Romford Road, E15 4LJ)

Novotel London Greenwich

Plan a stay in Greenwich, the perfect choice for an exciting weekend in London. The four-star Novotel London Greenwich offers eight wheelchair-friendly rooms with accessible en suite facilities, including a low-level bath, adjustable shower and wall-mounted grab rails. One adjoining room is available for carers, and registered assistance dogs are welcome. Take advantage of three designated Blue Badge bays in the underground car park and book a wide range of auxiliary aids in advance. 

Where: Greenwich (173-185 Greenwich High Road, SE10 8JA)

Ibis London City

Base yourself in trendy Shoreditch with a stay at Ibis London City, which has 19 accessible rooms that can accommodate registered assistance dogs. Each room is equipped with emergency alarms, wall-mounted grab rails and a roll-in shower with shower chair suitable for wheelchair users. The hotel provides charging facilities for electric scooters, as well as a hearing-assistance system and level access to the on-site restaurant.

Where: Whitechapel (5 Commercial Street, E1 6BF)

Radisson Blu Edwardian, New Providence Wharf

Enjoy fantastic views of the river Thames from the stylish Radisson Blu Edwardian, New Providence Wharf. Located close to East India DLR Station, which has step-free access, this four-star hotel features nine queen-sized accessible rooms with showers suitable for travellers with disabilities. Blue Badge holders can park for free in the underground car park, and wheelchair users can use a special lift to access the scenic bar and restaurant. 

Where: Canary Wharf (5 Fairmont Avenue, E14 9JB)

Hilton London Wembley

Stay close to Wembley Stadium at the sophisticated Hilton London Wembley. The hotel has 17 modern rooms designed with accessibility in mind, with features including a queen-size bed, an adapted bathroom with roll-in shower and nonallergenic feather pillows. Indulge in complimentary access to the 24-hour health club, which has an excellent range of IFI-accredited fitness equipment, a swimming pool with a hoist for wheelchair users, and accessible changing facilities.

Where: Wembley (Lakeside Way, HA9 0BU)

If you’re looking for an accessible hotel in London, visit AccessAble for detailed information on hotels across London.

Alternatively, book with Disabled Access Holidays – an ATOL-bonded travel agency – to guarantee an accessible room for your stay. Other services include wheelchair transfers, mobility-equipment hire, accessible tours of London, expert knowledge and local staff.

Find accessible-accommodation options using the accessibility-focused search filters on Airbnb.

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