However, we did see a positive side to the hotel. As far as disabled accessibility is concerned, I was very impressed with the equipment throughout the hotel; wide corridors; a fully functioning lift; hoists; en suite wet rooms; non-slip floors; shower seats and handles around the toilets, to name but a few. In fact, if I had half of this equipment in my house following my surgeries I think my life (and the lives of those looking after me!) would've been a great deal easier!
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