Everyone here knows that I love Disney. I have always loved Disney movies and don’t think I’ll ever outgrow them. Have been to Disney World, it was forty years ago. I have never been to Disneyland. But today we are going to look at another accessibility travel blogger, from Special Needs Travel Mom, [specialneedstravelmom.com]. I love her work.
Anyway, today we are going to take a look at what she thinks about the Disney Grand Californian Hotel. She says that the decor just makes you feel relaxed and comfortable. And after a day at parks, you are going to need to relax. The pool is going to have a large pool, and yes, the pool does have lifts for the disabled. The hotel was built in 2001, so they built it to ADA standards from the beginning. Everything is going to be wheelchair accessible. Now let’s look at some of her tips.
- If you are going to be taking child who struggles with noise, you are going to want to do your best to stay by the pool. Rooms beside the park are going to be louder. Think about what your child is going to need and ask the hotel. They should be happy to accommodate you.
- Like I said earlier, everything has been built to ADA standards. You should have no troubles with the chair. Their “ADA” rooms are going to have handrails in the bathrooms. Does your child need those?