5 disabled access venues in London

There’s no doubt that a perfect event space should be easily accessible and inviting. However, some guests may require special disabled facilities in order to have a fully satisfying experience. The list of disabled access venues in London is constantly growing to meet the needs of people with disabilities. Want to get to know the accessible side of London? Check out our list of London’s best disabled-friendly venues.

Central London disabled access venue of choice:


Sanderson Hotel is a prestigious hotel and conference location in West End. This unique 1950s building contains meeting rooms and conference spaces suitable for workshops, lectures, corporate parties, weddings and much more.

Capacity: From 30 to 180

What makes it disability-friendly: Sanderson has a lift access throughout the hotel.


North London disabled access venue of choice:

Phoenix Cinema


Phoenix Cinema is a Grade II-listed building and one of the oldest continuously-opened cinemas in the city. Its unique historical vibe makes it a perfect choice for private screenings and photo shoots, as well as seminars, product launches and other kinds of events. 

Capacity: Up to 255

What makes it disability-friendly: Phoenix Cinema has full disabled access across the entire building, including a ramp at the entrance and lifts inside. The auditorium has four dedicated wheelchair spaces. 


East London disabled access venue of choice:

Super Brick

Super Brick is a versatile disabled access venue in East London. This Brick Lane's hidden spot is perfect for various types of events and 100% disabled-friendly.

We’re happy to recommend this secret spot in Brick Lane, which is hidden in a private yard. Super Brick is a creative, versatile space that’s ideal for hosting private parties, tastings, photo and video shoots, pop-up initiatives and other fantastic events. They proudly call themselves ‘a shell that welcomes events and industries of many kinds’. Creative interior design that fits the district’s alternative spirit is the icing on the cake.

Capacity: Up to 30 people

What makes it disability-friendly: Despite being a hidden gem, it’s easily accessible and fully wheelchair friendly. Onsite parking is available, too.


South London disabled access venue of choice:

C.A.F.E. Sunshine International Arts

If you're looking for an accessible blank space venue in South London, C.A.F.E Sunshine International Arts is the perfect choice for your event.

C.A.F.E. stands for Carnival Arts for Everyone. It’s run by a successful carnival group and they definitely know how to make events special. The venue welcomes a really wide variety of events, including exhibitions, rehearsals and seminars – all fully wheelchair accessible.

Capacity: Up to 50 people

What makes it disability-friendly: It makes a great space for many kinds of workshops, such as active therapy workshops for people with special needs. It also has a toilet with disabled access.


West London disabled access venue of choice:

Betty Blythe

Looking for a disabled access venue for bridal shower or a girly gathering? Betty Blythe is a stylish tea party venue in Kensington. The space is fully accessible for disabled.

What’s London without vintage afternoon tea rooms? The tea party experts from Kensington’s Betty Blythe are keeping this tradition alive. The venue’s signature style is inspired by the 20s – they even offer a special Great Gatsby-themed menu! Betty Blythe makes a perfect disabled access space for baby showers, bridal showers, birthdays and other types of girly get-togethers.

Capacity: Up to 25 people

What makes it disability-friendly: As you can see in the picture, the venue is easily wheelchair accessible straight from the pavement. Betty Blythe is also conveniently located in the heart of Kensington.



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