The Maldron Cardiff Lane Hotel in Dublin is located in Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. There is a disabled parking bay located right outside the hotel’s main access point, which can be parked on 24/7 by people staying in the hotel. Take note, there is just the one bay, so the space could be taken. There is a car park located nearby, if it is.
There are disabled doors at the hotel, which can be opened using the big pad beside the door. Once inside, there is a wide-open space and plenty of natural light coming into the lobby. There is a large reception desk, with a lowered section for people using wheelchairs. The staff at the hotel is very friendly and assured me if myself needed any assistance from the staff, they would always be on call to help out.
The hotel’s bar and restaurant were fully accessible for myself as well, with everything at a good height and the waitresses / staff was keen to offer help where and when was needed.
There were several elevators, of which, had ample round for myself and several other people to accommodate without any difficulties.
The bedroom itself was great too. Good open floor space, even though it there was a double and single bed in the room. I did not fear of knocking into anything or feared damaging anything.
The bathroom was a good size too, with plenty of room for myself and carer to assist me. No difficulties using the amenities or showering in the bathroom.