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Accessibility

Rooms on Regent’s Park is situated overlooking Regent’s Park and offers a wide selection of modern and traditional conference facilities, together with boutique overnight accommodation. We are committed to providing the most accessible building possible for all visitors to our site.

The College was built in 1960 but subsequent extensions (most notably our Conference Centre which opened in 2001) together with periodic refurbishment projects, have allowed continued improvements to access arrangements. This document details the current arrangements.

If you would like to arrange a visit to the venue or have any further queries, please contact the Events Team on 020 7772 6299 or via sales@rorp.co.uk

Getting to the Rooms on Regent’s Park

The nearest tube stations are Baker Street and Marylebone which are unfortunately not step-free. However, those with mobility issues who wish to drive to the RORP, are welcome to park in the front car park. There is one designated disabled parking space at close proximity to the entrance. Alternatively, please contact the Events Team to reserve a space in advance.

Entrance to the Rooms on Regent’s Park

Ramp access is available from the front car park leading to the double front doors which are wide enough to allow easy wheelchair access. Our Reception desk incorporates an accessible area for registration on arrival.

Cloakrooms

A large cloakroom is located in the upper basement, which is accessible via the main passenger lift. Alternatively, there is an additional smaller cloakroom on the ground floor.

Toilet facilities

There are three accessible toilets with grab rails, which are equipped with emergency alarms: a unisex toilet is located on the ground floor of the building, with further male and female toilets in the Conference Centre.

Café

The Café is located on the ground floor offering visitors tea, coffee and a range of sandwiches, salads, hot meals and snacks. Should you have any special dietary requirements, please advise the Café staff who will be pleased to assist.

Lifts

There are two passenger lifts: one which connects the main building from the third floor to the upper basement and a second which connects the upper and lower basements. Both have tactile call buttons on the lift control panel for the visually impaired.

Meeting Rooms

Meeting rooms are located on four floors, all of which have lift access:

  • The Conference Centre is situated in the upper and lower basement levels. It comprises thirteen seminar rooms of varying sizes, together with a Lecture Theatre in the lower basement. The Lecture Theatre has an accessible stage for speakers and six designated spaces for delegates using wheelchairs. It also has an induction loop.
  • The Conference Room, Wyeth Pavilion and Reception Hall are located on the ground floor.
  • The Nuffield Hall and Committee Room 1 are located on the first floor. The seating in each of these meeting rooms is flexible and therefore wheelchair spaces can be positioned in the most convenient location for the individual.  Portable induction loops can be installed by prior arrangement.

Please note that the Council Chamber on the first floor is NOT currently accessible by wheelchair users.

Assistance and guide dogs

All assistance dogs are welcome at the Rooms on Regent’s Park. Our close proximity to Regent’s Park enables easy dog- walking.

Bedroom accommodation

We have eleven luxury en suite bedrooms which are located on the second and third floors ie. these are all accessible via the lift. Each bedroom is step-free, has synthetic pillows and duvets and a visible fire alarm for those with hearing impairment. One room (303) has a fully accessible bathroom with pull-down wc bar, low level mirror and accessible shower, plus alarm cord.

Breakfast is served in the second floor Dining Room where seating is flexible and our Reception is manned 24 hours per day. We will be very pleased to assist with luggage or any other requirements that you may have.

First Aid Provision

In the event of any visitor feeling unwell, we have trained First Aiders on site to assist who can be contacted via Reception.

Evacuation Procedures

Please advise us if you have any mobility issues which would affect your ability to evacuate the building. We have procedures in place to assist such visitors, ensuring that guests are escorted to the nearest protected area and that Fire Teams are made aware of this location for priority action.

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