Wheelchair Accessible Suites

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#1
England
90 Posts
Joined Jul 2003
I would like to know if we book a wheelchair accessible suite (134) and this is subsequently required by handicapped passenger, what suite are we likely to be offered in its place? Has anyone had experience of this?
#2
Philadelphia, PA
4,507 Posts
Joined Sep 2005
Originally posted by grayjoh
I would like to know if we book a wheelchair accessible suite (134) and this is subsequently required by handicapped passenger, what suite are we likely to be offered in its place? Has anyone had experience of this?
When I have been onboard with someone in a wheelchair, they have been in either 06 or 05. I like the wheel chair accessible suites, but really, it would be nigh impossible to naviage in one of them if wheelchair-bound. There is a door sill into the bathroom and the rest of the proportions are the same as other suites. In addition, the elevators are quite small so ship navigation can be tricky. You probably won't get bumped.
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