Accessible Stateroom Aboard the Disney Dream

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

I really can’t say enough good things about our stateroom on the Disney Dream. I didn’t want to leave!

 

Let’s start with the door. To enter the room all you have to do is tap your card on the scanner and the door opens automatically and then will close on its own. There is a button inside the room that will open the door for you when you are ready to leave. It was really convenient the times I went in and out without Drew.

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

The stateroom was huge so there was plenty of space between all of the furniture. The bed was a little high but I could still get in and out pretty easily. There was also enough space under the bed to store our suitcases.

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

The dresser area was at a good height and made it easy to use when I was getting ready for the day. The right side of the closet had a great feature where you could pull down the bar that holds your clothes. It was nice being able to get to things myself. There was also plenty of drawers next to the closet and next to the dresser that I could use.

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

To get into the bathroom there was a slight ramp but it was easy to get in and out.

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

The shower was easy to get to. I did have to get Drew to adjust the shower head so I could reach it. It was nice that there were drains around the shower so the floor doesn’t get too wet.

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

The sink was also easy to get to.

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

Disney Dream - Accessible Stateroom

Keep in mind that your stateroom might not be exactly like this one but it will probably have most if not all of the accessible features. Like I said, I loved the room and was definitely a home away from home. I can’t wait to sail away with Disney again in the future.


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  2. KentClark1 says:

    I’m happy to see that Disneyworld is finally making things wheelchair accessible! It’s not fair that the disable can’t enjoy all of the fun that others do. My brother is in a wheelchair. He has a hard time with moving around. He is usually afraid to go to hotels because not many are wheelchair accessible. This will be great news for him.

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