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    Disneys new accessible rooms All Star resort - Amazing

    I'm in Orlando for a conference and booked a standard accessible room for 4 adults and the Disney All Star Music resort. The description was 1 King bed and 1 Double bed with a roll-in shower. I was nervous since I've never seen or heard of a room combo like this.

    They've literally taken 2 rooms and made it one room. The first room has a kind bed, all accessible, second mini fridge and roll- in shower (I asked for a shower chair also). There's a connecting door into a second room that has 2 double beds and a regular bathroom. I'm able to roll around both rooms, but the bathroom is smaller in the second room.

    You get 2 rooms, but the other room doesn't have a number and you don't pay more. The front desk said if people reserve a king accessible with 2 adults then you just get the king room. If you request accessible and 3-4 adults you get both rooms. Your room key also opens both doors. They also have the family accessible suites that sleep up to 6.

    Will post pictures when I return from the conference.

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    Accessible room pictures added

    We stayed in room 9618 at the Disney All Star Music resort. The reservation was for 4 adults in a "1 King, 1 Double, ADA, roll-in shower" room. I was able to navigate the rooms with a chair about 30" wide including wheels.

    Accessible room had wider doorways, roll-in shower, grab bars, 2 mini fridges, and the king bed.
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    All of the rooms have the new technology that allow you to tap your room key / resort ID against the pad on the door. No need to turn a key or insert a card like most hotels.
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    accessible bathroom pictures

    Here's the pictures of the accessible bathroom. The toilet and shower were in there own room with a sliding track-door. The sink was in the same area as the closet (that had lowered hanging bars).

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    connecting room pictures

    The connecting room was including in our reservation for no additional charge. There is not a seperate room number on that room; Disney has taken it off-line and it's part of the "1 king, 1 double" rooms now...but you actually get two double beds instead of one. Your room key works both rooms. I was able to roll around the room some, although it was tighter. The bathroom was a standard tub-shower and the sink was seperate. The rooms are connected by the standard double door connection that most hotels offer; however, you can choose to leave them open or closed. The bathroom areas in both rooms also had a curtain you could pull closed.

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