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Need a roll-in shower? Fridge for medication? We've got you. On accessible GO, you can filter your hotel search by your specific accessibility needs.


Just click “book”—we'll do the rest

Once you book, an accessibleGO team member will contact your hotel directly to confirm your accessibility requests can be accommodated and advocate for your specific needs.


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Live in my van

Hi, I live in my van…sharing the backseat with my 4-wheel rollator for sleeping and often a change of clothing. I MUST work but it does not pay enough to get a little apt of my own. I am scared to death of renting a room somewhere. I MUST have the high Toilet and walk-in shower as cannot lift my legs high enough to get into a tub to use a shower in a tub/shower combination. I am in the Orlando, FL area…it is getting harder and harder to find a place to park the van at night to sleep. I work not far from Universal.

I have reached out to countless government and non-profits for assistance but have been told I do NOT qualify and even if I did…there are NO ADA units available.

Any suggestions/ideas/etc are greatly appreciated.


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Hollywood bowl
Hello, can anyone tell me about the hollywood bowl restroom accessibility? I use a large mobility scooter and want to know if it will fit in the restrooms or do I need the family restroom?
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Traveling alone?

I want to go to the Philippines, but I know that Cant go that far alone. ( because I need help eating and bathroom breaks..I have a Speech Impediment, so ,i cant just voice my issues. So,I am wondering if I have to buy them a ticket, or do th.ey fly free? Any help would be appreciated

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