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Bathrooms for disabled

Grimsby, United...
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Bathrooms for disabled

98percent of hotels I come across have good access for disabled people like me, I have to have what you would call a 'wet room' one hotel we stayed in had a lovely wet room but gave it a 'marble floor' talk about life going before me I was terrified. I went and told the staff on duty and........nothing! This was a five star hotel. How have you coped people??

Nowy Sacz, Poland
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Thanks Busy-retired - like a lot of things in Poland, it takes time. Some serious new roads were nowhere near completion when the Euro 2012 football championships were hosted in (amongst other cities) Warsaw. Multi-lane motorways just came to a halt and the road because a poorly signposted track across the fields. Cue much embrrassme nt for the officials, but still not completed!

A friend of ours leads http://www.tpsw.pl/ which is a disabled access pressure group/consultancy, and posts videos showing just how bad some places are - roads, offices, you name it ....

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Great to see everyone's posts about accessible bathrooms for people with mobility problems. We find that the standard of what people call accessible varies from place to place. Even when a hotel says they have a wet room the arrangement of it might be totally unsuitable for the users. For example, we went to a 5 star hotel who prided themselves in their wet room only to find there was a brick partition built through the middle of the room which made it completely inaccessible!! Saw a brilliant wet room in a hotel in Torquay UK a few weeks ago which was excellent. For those of you looking for a UK holiday, look at the Corbyn Head Hotel website.

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Also UK, Premier inn is good but there is one hotel on the outskirts which does mainly conferences at Doncaster where I think interconnecting rooms and that had a good wet room concept. I think it's something like Ashcourt hotels or something like that.

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