Years ago, we booked a regular room in Saratoga. Getting the scooter inside the room was a challenge, but doable. This room, instead of having a roll-in shower with handheld shower wand and a bench had a regular stand-up shower with no handheld, just a normal showerhead. Upon discovering this, we wanted to change to a handicap room that had the roll-in, but the front desk at Saratoga said that all the handicap rooms with roll-in showers were booked for the week. We then asked if the plumber could come in and switch out the regular showerhead with a handheld one and my mom was going to go to CVS and get me a shower seat. They again said no to the showerhead but broght up a shower seat for us. We then made plans for the shower and decided that I would take a measuring cup from the kitchen and use that to shower myself. Well, the first day, the shower seat gave out. I didn’t notice it until I was on the floor. My legs were twisted in odd ways and getting up with my mom and aunt helping was a challenge because of my one bad leg. We called room service and told them what happened. They still had no availability for the walk-in shower, but offered us to move to Old Key where there was a room available. We thought about it, but decided that packing up all our stuff was too much of a pain and so we stayed at Saratoga. (I just had to approach the shower in a different way. Now, last year, Disney called us to tell us that the section where the handicap rooms were in Copper Creek were flooded out and they had to move us to a regular room until they were fixed. Well, when we got to the room, we discovered that they didn’t switch us back to the handicap room and that was an issue because of the shower. But in the shower, instead of having a regular shower head, they had a handheld one. They didn’t have any shower seats available, but luckily I had my walker, which is the type that has a seat on it. (The one pictured below is the exact make and model of my walker. Minus the basket because that would get in the way so we took it off.) and we used that as a makeshift shower seat. (It was a little tight though and required some acrobatics, but it worked.) The next day, we approached a manager and told her of the situation and she said to go to the front desk. We did and they moved us to a fully accessible room. love:It had an automatic door opener for the scooter!) My question is, are they slowly putting in handheld showers in the regular rooms or is that only at select resorts?