Hey accessibleGO fans!
Let’s give a big shoutout to December and January’s winners of accessibleGO’s monthly accessibility review contest.
Check out these great hotels and accessibility service providers they recommend you use or, in some cases, avoid.
Keep on reviewing!
By LORI ★★★★★
“I have visited my daughter in Florida 4 times, and each time I rented a scooter from Walker Mobility. They have great customer service, and the best prices I’ve found if you are staying for more than a few days. I’ve always stayed 3 weeks and renting from them made more sense than renting from individual theme parks, and then I had it for anything…”
By KAREN ★★★★★
“… I have been staying with this specific hotel since February of 2018. I have become platinum since staying with them. This particular hotel’s manager “Melanie” has gone over and above since phoning her in tears from a fancy hotel which left me in tears. I am a patient at a nearby hospital in which my husband and I make several trips a month to seek treatment for…”
By WENDY ★
“So I had a couple appointments at the Mayo so chose this hotel. Wanted to use the pool/jacuzzi. The only way to get to the pool/jacuzzi with my wheelchair because of construction supposedly was to call the front desk and get someone to come to our room and allow us to get the elevator to go to the 11th floor. Well when I wanted to go at 7pm the front desk was slammed. And once up there neither the pool or jacuzzi area were accessible anyways. And then the handicap parking in the garage…”
St. Pete Beach, FL
By KIM ★★
“This resort has a nice view of the Gulf, but parking is difficult and without many handicapped spaces. Getting to our room was horrible, complete with different levels of concrete, narrow hallways, narrow entrance to elevator, a raised lip on the room threshold that can’t be crossed in a wheelchair , and a tiny bathroom. Would not stay again.”
By DAVE ★★★
“Wheelchair access is very important to my wife, so I always include those in my reviews … Hampton Inn is our first preference when looking for a hotel and have stayed at many over the years. Our room was 305, a king mobility accessible room. It was clean and quiet. The bed was low enough to facilitate a wheelchair transfer. Bed comfort was harder than what we have experienced at most all other Hampton Inns. Lack of any “pillow top” was the issue I believe. The bathroom was roomy with lots of sink counter space. THE TOILET HEIGHT WAS THE BIG ISSUE. The commode was…” Continue Reading.
Dickinson, North Dakota
By JENNA ★★★★
“Our two-night stay at this hotel due to unexpected flooding in our apartment was good! Pros: – out of their standard accessible rooms (which is what we booked) so upgraded us to an accessible queen suite – second floor/easily accessible via elevator from front lobby – visual audio doorbell, raised toilet, bars throughout bathroom and plenty in tub/shower, fold down seat on tub, low tub walls, drain in floor, roll under sink. – Room…”
by LIZ ★★★★★
“I am a first time user of super shuttle from LAX to San Pedro for a cruise. I was leery as to whether ad and hype would be true as I am about anything claiming to be wheelchair accessible. Arrived at airport collected bags and went to the meeting area. Was told 15 minutes and driver was there in less time. Problem with communication was driver had been given home number and not cell so need to be sure correct contact info. Driver was pleasant, respectful and knew the whys and where fores of tying wheelchair safely inside of the clean and air conditioned van…”
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