Originally Posted by daniTS
Oooh that's a good idea! What does someone have to show in order to get a handicapped room? One of the official parking tags or something similar? I have a family member that has mobility issues and probably won't know it's an option, so I'd like to let him know
I'm not certain, but my grandma isn't "handicapped" as much as she is just elderly. Late 80's, early 90's. (Though she does have a handicapped tag for her car!) I would call DCL and ask about an ADA room (American Disabilities Act) and they should let you know IF anything else is required when booking it. My grandma's room was a corner room with a veranda and there was so much space compared to the teeny regular staterooms! In your planning packet, they do ask whose room the bride and whose room the groom are getting ready in so they know where to "pick up" the groom and deliver flowers to the bride. There are also some corner rooms that aren't ADA rooms, but those tend to book up quickly. I booked an oceanview corner room for my photographers and they loved the space!