You can expect to find a wide variety of accessible features such as step-free access, Blue Badge parking, internal lifts, and rooms adapted for a range of disabilities at many London hotels.
Other specialised facilities offered by some hotels in London include hoists, braille signage, hearing loops and visual alarm systems. Find a hotel to suit your requirements and budget below, and discover how to get around the city using our London accessibility guide.
Aloft London Excel
Check in to the ultra-modern Aloft London Excel for a stay close to The O2 and ExCeL London. Choose one of the 19 spacious, accessible rooms, which feature a large ensuite bathroom equipped with a raised toilet, grab rails, adjustable showerhead and a wheel-in shower cubicle (available in king-sized rooms). Other facilities include enlarged doorways for wheelchair users, visual fire alarms, portable communication kits and closed caption television. You’ll be based in a great location to enjoy a fun-filled accessible day out in Greenwich.
Stay at The Tower to be close to some of the best London attractions, including the iconic Tower Bridge which hosts autism-friendly sessions and BSL guided tours. The luxurious hotel has three accessible rooms featuring a wheel-in shower with handrails, emergency alarms and auxiliary aids such vibrating pillows on request. The rooms can be reached using the well-lit lift which features an audible announcer. There are two designated parking bays close to the main accessible entrance if you’re travelling to London by car.
Premier Inn London County Hall
Head to Premier Inn London County Hall for a budget-friendly trip to the capital. Close to Waterloo Station and the pretty riverside area of South Bank, this accessible accommodation offers 17 adapted rooms with wide-entry doors to the ensuite bathroom facilities. The hotel also has medium level lighting, lowered express check-in desks and a hearing assistance system in reception, as well as a fantastic restaurant to stop off and refuel after a day of sightseeing in London.
Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill
Choose to stay at the 5-star Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill to be within close reach of London’s West End and Buckingham Palace. On arrival, there is parking available within 100m (328 ft) of the main entrance and level access into the hotel, as well as a convenient drop-off point. Alternatively, you can arrange for a private transfer from the airport. This London hotel offers four accessible rooms with ensuite bathrooms featuring a bath with an overhead shower, lateral transfer space and grab rails for wheelchair users. Don’t miss a traditional afternoon tea at onsite restaurant The Montagu, which has step-free access and menus available in large print.
Enjoy a luxurious stay at 5-star One Aldwych, which is an excellent choice for an accessible visit to London. This hotel near Covent Garden offers six accessible rooms with wide doors for wheelchair users, as well as a low-level bath and sink basin, grab rails and emergency alarms. You can also find braille printing in lifts, and an induction loop at reception. If you’re looking to unwind during your trip to London, the hotel also has a chlorine-free swimming pool with soothing underwater music, a 24-hour fitness centre and a wide range of relaxing spa treatments.
Holiday Inn London - Kensington Forum
Plan a wallet-friendly visit at Holiday Inn London - Kensington Forum, where you’ll be a short journey away from some of London’s top museums, including the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and The V&A. Guests can take their pick from eight accessible hotel rooms, equipped with low-level baths, auxiliary aids and high-speed Wi-Fi perfect for sharing holiday snaps with friends. Other facilities at the 4-star hotel include an in-room ceiling hoist on request, a specialised pillow menu, free disabled parking and 24-hour room service.
Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington
Enjoy a tranquil stay in leafy Kensington at the Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington, close to a range of top London attractions such as the Design Museum, Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens. The hotel has 10 rooms designed for accessibility located on the mezzanine level, which have adjoining rooms available for family, friends and carers. Each room features power-assisted doors, a spacious design for wheelchair users and an accessible bathroom.
Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street Hotel
Be within minutes of the British Museum and Theatreland with a stay at the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Bloomsbury Street Hotel. You can book a choice of nine accessible rooms, which include two spacious wheelchair-friendly rooms, two rooms fully adapted for more mobile guests, and five rooms designed for hearing-impaired visitors. For the ultimate relaxation, there is 24-hour room service, a variety of luxurious in-room spa treatments, plus calming colours in each bedroom.
Ibis London Stratford
Stay in London on a budget with well-priced Ibis London Stratford, which boasts excellent facilities for disabled guests. With six accessible rooms (including two with adjoining suites for carers), the stylish hotel offers wheelchair-friendly showers with a flip-down seat and hand rails, free parking for Blue Badge holders and well-lit guest rooms. There is also level access throughout the hotel via the public lift, which features braille markings, an audible announcer, visual floor indicators and a mirror to aid the exit of wheelchair users. You’ll be a short distance from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where you catch a top sporting event during your trip to London.
Novotel London Greenwich
Plan a stay in Greenwich, the perfect choice for a fun-filled weekend in London. The 4-star Novotel London Greenwich offers eight wheelchair-friendly rooms with accessible ensuite facilities, including a low-level bath, adjustable shower and wall-mounted grab rails. There is also one adjoining room available for carers, and registered assistance dogs are welcome. If you’re travelling to London by car, the hotel has three designated Blue Badge bays available in the underground car park. Documents can be requested in braille and large print format, and a wide range of auxiliary aids can also be booked in advance.
Hotel Ibis London City
If you’re wanting to base yourself in trendy Shoreditch, check in to Hotel Ibis London City. Here, you’ll find 19 accessible rooms that can accommodate registered assistance dogs: each is equipped with emergency alarms, wall-mounted grabrails and a roll-in shower suitable for wheelchair users. The hotel provides charging facilities for electric scooters, as well as a hearing assistance system and level-access to the onsite restaurant.
Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf
Enjoy fantastic views of the river Thames during at a stay at stylish Radisson Blu Edwardian New Providence Wharf. Located close to East India DLR station, which has step-free access, this 4-star hotel features nine queen-sized accessible rooms with disabled-friendly showers. Blue Badge holders can park for free in the underground car park; while auxiliary aids and documents in braille for visually impaired visitors can be requested in advance.
Hilton Lakeside Way Wembley
Stay close to Wembley Stadium at sophisticated Hilton Lakeside Way Wembley. Pick from 17 modern rooms, each designed with accessibility in mind. In-room features include a queen-sized bed, adapted bathroom with roll-in shower and non-allergenic feather pillows. You’ll also have 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.
If you’re looking for an accessible hotel in London, visit DisabledGo for detailed information on hotels across London.
Alternatively, book with Disabled Access Holidays – an ATOL Bonded travel agency – to guarantee a wheelchair-accessible room for your stay. Its services include guaranteed accessible rooms, wheelchair transfers, mobility equipment hire, accessible tours of London, expert knowledge and local staff.