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Thread: Hotel List: beds without platforms, low beds, adjustable-height beds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spitzbub View Post
    Found The Heathman in Portland, Oregon. Their website says Hoyer lift available on request.


    https://heathmanhotel.com/rooms/accessible-rooms/
    Always have to have deep bedside tables removed. These side tables take up so much room behind my chair and I end up after a transfer too far down in the length of the bed, with my feet hanging over the end of the bed. Then it is a hassle to reposition me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjnl View Post
    Always have to have deep bedside tables removed. These side tables take up so much room behind my chair and I end up after a transfer too far down in the length of the bed, with my feet hanging over the end of the bed. Then it is a hassle to reposition me.
    I agree 100%! Lees is better.

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