This review of the wheelchair accessibility of Lost Property by Hilton in London is from Summer 2023.
Lost Property by Hilton is conveniently located next to St. Paul’s Cathedral and within .3 miles of Millennium Bridge. It is about a mile from Trafalgar Square and further to the Parliament area, but several bus lines make the commute relatively easy. Blackfriar’s metro station also permitted for wheelchair accessible access to London’s Green and Yellow tube lines.
We stayed for 5 nights, and I had a comfortable and relatively independent trip due to the automatic doors to the entrance, digital key access, and bed/toilet measurements. The front staff were also very helpful and cheery.
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Wheelchair Accessibility of Entrance and Elevator
The hotel has automatic doors to enter the property, and two elevators that easily fit my scooter and luggage.
Wheelchair Accessibility of the Room
We stayed in room 316. The bed height was 24″ and the toilet height was 20.5″. There was not room under the bed for a Hoyer lift. The door into the room was easy to pull, and had a very slow close feature–ample time to get out without the door hitting my scooter. And the digital key feature on my phone made activating the elevators and unlocking my room very easy.
One odd aspect was the lack of a shower curtain. The bathroom is a wet room, but a shower curtain would have helped contain water from the shower. That said, no water spilled out of the bathroom.
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Overall, the wheelchair accessibility of Lost Property by Hilton in London made for an easy and comfortable stay.