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  • On Jan 15, 2022
    Gareth from City of Edinburgh Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am looking to book a 5 night stay in April 2023 for 3 audlts but require a roll in/walk inshower in the room as i have a disability can you tell me which resorts/hotels offer this with good transport to all the parks I will be looking at 2 queen/1sofabed

    Hello there, Gareth! Welcome to planDisney, and thank you so much for bringing us your question! I'm delighted to help you out today. 

    I'm very excited to hear that you're planning a magical Disney vacation in the springtime of 2023! And even though exciting surprises are a big part of what makes a vacation fun, planning and knowing exactly what to expect has an indescribable magic of its own, doesn't it?

    Thankfully, planning a vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort is super easy and stress-free. Gareth, the Disney Parks team is committed to providing access and suitable accommodation for everybody, and that, of course, includes Guests with disabilities of all kinds. With that in mind, let me guide you through the process of booking an accessible Disney Resorts Collection hotel room.

    Gareth, when you're ready to book your enchanting Disney vacation, you'll need to head to the Walt Disney World Resort website. Once here, you'll see a banner at the top of the page where you'll be able to input your desired travel dates and your airports of choice. On the right, you should see the option to open the banner. If you click on it, you'll see the options to input your desired travel class, how many people will be traveling with you, and a box you can tick if you need to book an accessible room. Go ahead and enter your information, tick the box, and click on Find Prices. Once you've done this, you'll be able to choose from different packages, so go ahead and pick whichever flight and Resort you're most drawn to.

    After you've picked the Resort of your choice, you'll see the room options that are available during your vacation dates, and you should also see the different accessible rooms that you can find in that specific Resort. Since you're asking about a roll-in shower, your best bet would be to book a Resort that offers rooms that are Wheelchair Accessible with Roll-In Shower (plus option for hearing accessibility). 

    Gareth, I am also delighted to let you know that many Disney Resort Collection hotels offer two queen size beds and one pull-out bed for you to enjoy, and ALL Resort hotels offer great (and fully accessible!) transportation options to and from the theme parks. That being said, if you still need further assistance regarding the services that the Walt Disney World Resort offers for Guests with disabilities, I encourage you to email Disability Services at And if there's anything else I can further assist you with, please don't hesitate to come back and ask me!

    Have a magical day,

    Ana Paula
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Meet the Panelist: Ana Paula, Mexico

¡Hola from Mexico City! I love to sing, hang out with my dogs, listen to Disney music, read, and watch Frozen on repeat. I am also an English teacher, and I love surprising my students with pixie dusted lessons and warm hugs whenever I can! I am thrilled and excited to share my knowledge about EPCOT and the rest of the Walt Disney World Resort–in English and Spanish–with you. ChEARS! Learn More About Ana Paula

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