PHOTOS, VIDEO: Tour an ADA Accessible Room at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

All Walt Disney World Resort hotels have ADA accessible rooms built and configured for different needs. We stayed in a mobility-accessible room at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort and took pictures so we can show you around.

The main room is mostly the same as an average Caribbean Beach hotel room. There’s a table and two chairs underneath a mirror next to the window.

Our room had two double beds.

There was a full-length mirror next to the door. Lights above the beds are controlled by switches above the bedside table.

The dresser has a TV above it and the remote was sealed in plastic.

A wardrobe is next to the dresser.

This is where you’ll find extra bedding.

The ironing board is hanging on the wall next to the wardrobe.

The bathroom is larger than the average hotel room bathroom to better accommodate a wheelchair.

There’s no accessibility accommodations in the shower/bathtub.

The caps of the shower toiletries are clean and sealed.

There are bars around the toilet. The iron and safe are mounted on the wall across from the toilet.

We also have a full video tour of the room for you to enjoy:

Have you stayed at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. I JUST stayed in this room a week and a half ago with my one year old son. Originally we were supposed to be in a fifth sleeper room, I think with a pirate theme but there are NOT elevators in this resort so they put me in an accessible room last minute. I really loved it, I was very close to the main lobby, dining, and transportation!

  2. I am so glad that you took photos. I will never stay at this resort if it is truly considered ADA wheelchair accessible. I wouldn’t trust a using a tranfer board on the tub with such a short ledge. There’s not any hain rails around the bathtub to feel safer tranfering and bathing. For a solo guest it would have been better to have an adjustable handheld shower. I guess sponge baths trying to reach the sink would have to do. The shower head is seven feet high. It looks like they could have made at least one sink wheelchair accessible. SHAME WDW. I not blaming writer for noticing. At least they took photos of a WDW ADA (lol) room.

  3. Great posting! If you’re interested in finding great accessible resorts you should visit – they have in-depth reviews of accessible resorts including whether they have beach wheelchairs, accessible swimming rigs (, and beach mats to give access to the water.

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