Every Disney Resort has wheelchair accessible rooms. And while most features are uniform there are some subtle differences at some. Most of our stays have been in wheelchair accessible rooms with roll in showers. In addition we stayed in a few accessible rooms with tubs. Some of the resorts have gone through refurbishments since our last stay so the decor will be and a few other things might be different. Hopefully they will still give you a general idea of what the room will be like. Disney’s Coronado Springs, Caribbean Beach, Pop Century, and Yacht Club Resorts are all currently being refurbished and upgraded. We’ll get the changes to you as soon as we can!

Wheelchair Accessible Room Reviews

Club Level – Disney Deluxe Resorts

Kilimanjaro Club – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Walt Disney World Resort Reviews

Accessible Room at Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort


  1. Carole on November 3, 2019 at 10:02 am


    Your site is very helpful 🙂 I used it quite a bit when my daughter was recuperating with knee issues. I was wondering if you could point me to photos of the roll in bathrooms at Copper Creek. I’ve searched and couldn’t find anything. I wanted to check it out before I book. My mom uses a wheelchair for distances but I wanted to be sure the accessible shower isn’t just the walk in which has no handles, she’d feel more secure with rails. Thanks so much!

  2. Michelle on June 30, 2019 at 8:56 pm

    Great site. Thank you! I’m working with someone who is requesting a 48″ pathway inside the room at Walt Disney World, preferably Value or Moderate. Any suggestions? For Value, I figure Pop may be best, given the option to leave the murphy style bed up when not being slept in (they will need 2 beds to accommodate all 4 guests).

    • Melissa on July 2, 2019 at 5:13 pm

      Honestly, I think they will be okay with any Disney Resort. The pathway through the room is pretty wide. I think it will come down to room configuration like you mentioned. Pop is a great option. I would also include All-Star Movies since the renovation is a lot like Pop Century’s. I think the only one I have stayed in that might be a problem is Port Orleans’s French Quarter.

  3. Dave J Henry on June 21, 2019 at 12:44 pm

    Have you stayed in the Art of Animation Family Suites, or are you aware of how accommodating the wheelchair-accessible rooms are? My wife is in a power wheelchair (Permobil) and I want to make sure she has enough room. As far as I can tell, it looks like they’d be okay, but I don’t have a definitive answer yet…

    • Melissa on June 25, 2019 at 10:47 am

      We haven’t stayed in the suites at Art of Animation yet. All of the rooms at the value resorts we have stayed in have been great so I am assuming the same would be true for the suites. If I find any information I will pass it on to you.

  4. Robin Hutson on March 31, 2018 at 8:17 am

    Your photos are stunning!

    • Melissa on April 1, 2018 at 4:06 pm

      Thank you so much!

  5. Vet's wife on December 10, 2017 at 9:21 am

    Thank you so much for the website. My husband is a wheelchair confined veteran. We had his 1st trip to WDW in 2016. We are planning the next trip in 2018. We stayed at Beach Club Villa in a studio with RI shower. He did not like their shower and the bed was too high for him to transfer solo. We will stay at the family suite at All-Star Music in 2018. I saw your pictures of the RI shower at Pop Century. I wish WDW would use those RI showers for all their resorts. Hilton’s Hampton Inns have these type and they are so easy to use.

    Thanks again for offering this information.

    • Melissa on January 2, 2018 at 12:28 pm

      I’m glad the info is useful! I wish the bed heights at the resorts were standard. It’s strange that some are low but some are just way too high in rooms with roll in showers. If you ever have any questions feel free to send me an email. 🙂

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