Last weekend I got to enjoy a mini-break with some of my family in Aberdeen. I’ve been to the Granite City before, but as my sister and nephew were coming with us, this time, we wanted to go somewhere with a nice beach nearby for my nephew, so Aberdeen seemed like a pretty good choice. We decided on Aberdeen Marriott for our wheelchair accessible hotel for the weekend. [Read more…] about Aberdeen Marriott Hotel | Wheelchair Access Review
Last month while travelling to Bristol to see Nashville in Concert, I got to spend one night at the amazing Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre hotel. The centrally located hotel opened last year and is the perfect choice for business and leisure travellers with public transport links, shopping and tourist attractions nearby. It is clear to see that accessibility for guests with disabilities is a priority at this contemporary hotel. [Read more…] about Hampton by Hilton Bristol City Centre | Wheelchair Access Review
Last week, we travelled to Liverpool for an overnight stay at Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre. We decided to stop off in Liverpool for the night before heading to Bristol to see the amazing Nashville in Concert. I’m now happy to share my wheelchair access review of one of Liverpool’s most centrally located hotels, Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre. [Read more…] about Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre | Wheelchair Access Review
If you’ve been following my blog for a while now you might remember we postponed our planned trip to Paris for my 30th birthday last November. Well, I’m now excited to share with you that we finally made it to the City of Light at the end of April for 3 amazing nights.
Sometimes it’s good to get away and re-charge the batteries even if it’s for one night. That’s exactly what we needed so DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Newcastle International Airport seemed like the perfect choice. [Read more…] about A rewarding night at the DoubleTree Hotel in Newcastle
I don’t usually do anything special for Halloween, but this year was a little different. We decided to have a Halloween party for my nephew the day before Halloween. He is only two and a half, so this was his first Halloween that he knew what was going on. So much so that he refused to wear his costume (it was a cute little skeleton outfit as well). [Read more…] about Wheelchair Access at O2 Ritz Manchester | Gavin DeGraw