Disabled Access – Accessible Hotel, Restaurant & Event Suites
We recently welcomed The Disabled Reviewers to our Plymouth hotel and they have recorded a video review of their stay there – giving us a whopping 9/10 for accessibility and customer service.
Often venues do not shout out about their existing accessibility. The bi-annual Disabled Access Day gives venues the opportunity to showcase what we have. It began as a movement from a conversation in Edinburgh in 2015 and has spread through Scotland and into communities beyond. It is all about visiting somewhere new or trying somewhere where you have been nervous to, in case you are not able to get around easily. This year it is taking place on Saturday 16th March 2019.
The team at The Disabled Reviewers rate and review products and services for disabled people. After having to spend too much time visiting too many car garages, or being unsure if a venue or hotel was suitable for their leisure time, it was decided a one-stop shop letting others with accessible needs be able to find the information quickly, efficiently and honestly.
The disabled access hotel Bristol gives you a large double bed with the option to add a sofa bed. The private bathroom is a walk-in wet room which has a lowered sink and towel rail to keep things within easy reach. You can also use the restaurant with disabled access, Chophouse Bar & Restaurant is located on the ground floor and has an open bar space, booth seating as well as tables where the chair can be removed for a wheelchair. The conference and event suites are based on the 6th floor, with lift access. Once there, the large corridors allow you to easily navigate between the suites.
The disabled access hotel room gives guests two different types to choose from; a double with the option to add a sofa bed or a twin with two large Queen size double beds. Our wheelchair access hotel rooms have been praised by guests as they provide ample turning space as well as the much-needed walk-in shower room. The disabled access restaurant, Thomas Bar & Restaurant, again can be found on the ground floor, as well as the conference and event facilities. No ramps or alternative routes are needed, as the wide corridors give ample room to move around in.
As you can see in the video, there is a large welcoming reception with easy access to the event and conference suites on the ground floor, which is also ideal for a disabled access wedding venue. As for disabled access restaurants in Plymouth, Fishbone Bar & Restaurant can also be found on the ground floor which is spacious and light. The hotel's disabled access requirements give you a large spacious bedroom with a walk-in shower room, a lower sink and easy to reach towels and toiletries.