Royal Albert Hall
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
This is an iconic venue. The most beautiful building you can imagine. Due to its age it's never going to be the most accessible place. However, there are ramps, a sizeable toilet, lifts and fabulous customer service. The auditorium is circular so everybody does get a good view. Having said that though, you are not particularly close. The acoustics and atmosphere are both faultless. Given all this, I would highly suggest a visit - nights are always fun. The booking process is very easy: either ring them or send them a request through the website.
Transport & Parking
If you book early, they will reserve a parking space for you right outside the accessible entrance. It's perfect - I can't fault it.
The building is perfectly accessible. The seating may let the venue down but I am unsure how this can be improved upon - they do a great job and the Royal Albert Hall does have many other assets.
This is one of the biggest toilets: its clean, I remember it having a hoist (although I've never used it). It's operated by radar key which, depending on your perspective, may or may not be a plus. I have never had any difficulty using it.
The staff are simply superb. They love working at the venue and want everybody to have a memorable evening.