Mirage—this luxury hotel has not one but two types of accessible hotel rooms (Standard and Full). Some features of the standard include lowered electrical outlets, lowered peepholes in guest room doors, and lowered amenities in bathroom for full access. The Fully Accessible rooms go above and beyond offering electronic bed and bathroom lifts for easy transfers and roll-in showers with padded benches.
2. Across the Pond
Blackpool, England—this British seaside resort, The Georgian, is known for its 10 premier wheelchair accessible rooms. The rooms are complete with roll-in showers and widened doorways. It is one of the UK’s most popular vacation destinations for families.
3. R & R on the Caribbean
Caribbean Cruise—This experience offers special and specific assistance to travelers in wheelchairs. Named one of the best cruises for accessibility by multiple resources. The ship is complete with pool lifts and accessible casinos and restaurants. 32 accessible cabins with widened doorways and other assistive technologies are also available.
4. Boston’s finest
Four Seasons, Boston—this luxury hotel always delivers the highest quality lodging. Its wheelchair specific rooms have all the typical features—roll-
5. Sunset on the Kona Coast
Big Island, Hawaii—no need to worry about getting around in your chair when staying at this oceanfront condo in Kona. Complete with ADA compliant amenities—roll-