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las Vegas Strip South 372 East Tropicana Ave., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89169, United States
Great Place that accommodates wheelchair bound guests. The rooms are large and arranged so that a wheelchair can easily navigate the entire suite. Roll-in shower and large bathrooms. Handicap accessible mini bus that runs to strip several timea a day and night. Pleasant employees that want to make your visit a pleasant experience.
CentralCity-black-Hawk 111 Richman Street, Black hawk, Colorado, 80422, United States
I went to stay at the ameristar in an accessible suite. It had platform beds which didn't allow me to use my hoyer lift for tranfer to and from my bed into the chair. I asked to see a regular accessible room and it was same platform beds. They said it is easier for cleaning people to keep the rooms clean. They said they have had to call EMT services to help tranfer guests to bed. like really? I contacted Corporate, still nothing was done. I do not recommend staying there unless you have someone that can physically do all your transfers.
South-Airport (AUS) 4143 Govemors Row, Austin, Texas, 78744, United States
We travel from Germantown TN to Austin TX to visit our oldest son and granddaughter. Our youngest son is in a wheelchair and sometimes travelling long distance can be a challange, especially at bathroom breaks. Once we arrived at Homewood suites, we knew we had made a great choice for wheelchair accessibility. The rooms were huge, bedrooms were very accessible, and bathrooms were great with a big roll-in shower. The entire hotel was very accessible and easy to move around inside, love this place.