Hey accessibleGO rockstars!
Let’s give a big congratulations to November’s 10 winners of accessibleGO’s monthly hotel accessibility review contest.
Check out these great hotels they recommend you visit or, in some cases, avoid.
By KITTY ★★★★★
“…Lots if handicapped parking and easy access through lobby and side door beside outdoor pool. From the time I enter the door there is someone there to help. On one occasion they had a guest moved to another room (he was not in need of accessible room) so that I could have walk in shower…” Read More
By MISTY ★★★★★
“The Bethesda North Marriott is completing renovations that have modernized and made their accommodations more accessible than ever before. Close to the metro and NINDS, this Marriott is a convenient and very comfortable location in DC. The guest rooms and bathrooms are exceptional.” Read More
Orlando, FL (near Walt Disney World)
By ANGELA ★★★★☆
“…The pool also had a seat that was very manageable to get in and out of and very easy to lower yourself into the pool. All of the restaurants on the property whether inside or outdoors were in the act accessible.” Read More
Las Vegas, NV
By MARK ★★★★★
“I would recommend this hotel for anyone. The elevators are easy to use just push a floor outside and when you get in it takes you there. The handicap rooms are spacious with a roll in shower. The casino is easy to maneuver with an electric scooter. If you want to sight see downtown is easy to get around.” Read More
Mount Vernon, IL
By SHELIA ★★★★★
“…Teresa (Maintenance supervisor) changed our shower head to shower hose when she brought shower chair (wasn’t available during check-in). With service like hers, they have our future business as well!! Thanks so very much.” Read More
East Syracuse, NY
By PATTY ★☆☆☆☆
“Stayed twice at Doubletree by Hilton in Syracuse, NY. Had handicap accessible room. Unable to get wheelchair between dressers to get to bed. When asked if a commode was available was rudely told no. Carpet so thick, very difficult to push chair…Handicapped parking full both times.” Read More
By SHARLA ★★☆☆☆
“This resort is very unique as it is nestled in the side of a rock hill. As such not all buildings have elevators. The resort is accessible by narrow winding steep roads and walkways. The pavement is mostly uneven stones or bricks. I would not recommend it for anyone with mobility issues. Although some of it may be doable the staff is not accommodating.” Read More
By JENNIFER ★☆☆☆☆
“Being in a wheelchair myself this is the worst hotel to stay for accessibility! First off if you do not accept valet than you have to park across the street which is downhill from the hotel itself. If you want to check-in you either have to take the escalator or have an attendant use their key to use the elevator. The only ramp is…” Read More
Los Cabos, MEXICO
By DEBORAH ★★★★★
“Have stayed here twice. Husband has ALS and travels in electric wheelchair. Accessible room, balcony and bathroom. Grab rails in bathroom, roll in shower. No raised toilet. Grounds have elevators and ramps. No pool lift but the staff goes above and beyond.” Read More
Wildwood Crest, NJ
By JENNIFER ★★★★★
“…We brought my shower chair, and I was able to set it up in the shower/tub, and other than a small lip, I was able to get in and out of the bathrooms without any issue. And since the hotel was near the end of the boardwalk, we never had to move our cars. We rented a beach wheelchair…” Read More
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