Paralympics: Will London hotels provide for disabled?

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With 23,000 people with disabilities forecast to descend upon the capital for the Paralympics, Martyn Sibley asks if there's a lack of suitable hotel accommodation in London.

In March 2011 the Greater London Authority launched Inclusive London - a website listing over 1,500 accessible hotel rooms.

But how suitable is the accommodation for people with disabilities?

Inside Out enlisted the help of a group of young disabled investigators to help find out.

Inside Out London can be seen on BBC One at 19:30 GMT on Monday, 7 November and nationwide on the BBC iPlayer for seven days afterwards.

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