Ground Floor and First Floor, Jervis Shopping Centre, Dublin 1
Forever 21 is responsible for draining my finances every few months with its mahoosive selection of lovely clothes at a reasonable price. I have often gotten lost there as it is a bit like a maze between the rails.
What has it got?
Seating: The only seating here is at the shoe rails and there was also a chair in my dressing room, which would be handy for someone on crutches or less nimble on their toes. Also worth noting, at the cash registers, they had a lower till with a wheelchair sign on it which is very good indeed.
Doors: I didn't have to open any doors here.
Ground: White marble tiles adorn this haven which are a bit of a hazard when it rains. Which it did today. A lot.
Stairs: There is a lift to bring you to all floors here and there is a sloped entrance.
Spaciousness: Plenty of room to get around here and I didn't have any problems browsing the rails.
Helpfulness of Staff: I didn't require much help here but any interactions I had with the staff were positive.
Parking: There is wheelchair parking available in the Jervis car park and there is more onstreet wheelchair parking available beside it on Jervis Street and Wolfe Tone Street (map here).
Why did it lose points? It lost nothing. It has it all. And foolishly, I lose it all when I go there.