Wilderness Lodge Handicap Accessible for Family?

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  1. Wendy&Grumpy

    Wendy&Grumpy Is there any better place to live than Mickey's ba

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    We have a reservation at WL on Labor Day weekend for 2 adults & 2 children (HA roll-in shower room requested - I was told we are "blocked" & "all set") but I just read that the HA rooms at WL have king beds?!

    Is that the only HA rooms at WL?? What are they going to do with my kids?!

    (Reposting from the resorts board hoping someone here might have more information.)

    Thanks!!
     
  2. Cheshire Figment

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    Don't worry about it. There are procedures in place which are not public information. They will take care of your situation without having the kids sleep on the balcony.
     
  3. Wendy&Grumpy

    Wendy&Grumpy Is there any better place to live than Mickey's ba

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    Thank you!

    When we booked and I told the CM our needs (we need a roll-in shower and with DS being 16 and DD being 11 they would not like sharing a bed!) I thought we were booking an accessible queen with bunkbeds.

    Reading that "all" HA rooms at WL are king rooms had me concerned and the answers I've received on the other thread had me prepared to bring a sleeping bag so DS and DD don't get "stuck" sharing a bed!

    I'm sure Disney knows what they are doing and when they told me we're "all set" they meant it. :)
     
  4. retired and happy

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    I would check back to insure they know how many beds you need.
     

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