We just had our second stay in a wheelchair accessible room at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. This time in one of the newly updated rooms. As far a themeing goes, it’s not the most “Disney” resort you can stay in but it’s beautiful. And I thought the room was really nice. Here is an overview of the room we stayed in.
We haven’t stayed at one of Disney’s All-Star Resorts in a really long time. I wouldn’t say we were avoiding them but a visiting wasn’t a top priority. But for our last visit we decided to check out an accessible room at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. I have to say we were pleasantly surprised by how much we liked it.
For our first trip to Disneyland we wanted to go big so we spent a week at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. It was money well spent in our opinion. We had a great time, loved our room, and you can’t beat the resorts location.
We recently headed to Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort for the first time. We had a great time and can’t wait to visit again. I’ll have a full review up soon but first here is a tour of our wheelchair accessible room.
For our 10th anniversary part of our celebration was a stay at Disney’s Contemporary Resort in a wheelchair accessible room for New Year’s Eve. This room is on the Atrium Club level (the 12th floor) but it is pretty much the same as the other wheelchair accessible rooms with roll in showers located in the tower (both Bay Lake and Magic Kingdom views.) This will also give you a good idea of what the rooms in the Garden Wing are like as well.