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How important is it to have an accessible room

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I'm just wondering if it's necessary to have a specific accessible cabin? The person I'm traveling with is in a power chair so may need wider doors. But she won't use the bathroom or showers at all. There seem to be very few HA rooms or even suites. We will be traveling with a lot of equipment like a portable lift, ventilators and all the other stuff that goes with a person with all these needs. There are 4 of us traveling. I'm wondering if we should get one HA cabin and then another cabin near by. If that would work better than trying to have a suite HA or otherwise that fits all 4 of us and equipment. Certainly the smaller cabins wouldn't work with her equipment but maybe a Veranda one would? I think we'll go in and talk to the travel agent next week and see what she says.


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