Traveling with my 93 year old aunt. The bed in the handicap room was too high for her to comfortable get into. She was mobile and able to use a walker. With some effort she was able to get into bed
with a small step stool that I brought along. Had she not been able to stand or step up on the stool, I am thinking we would have had to request a roll away or other accommodations.
Door was heavy and difficulty to maneuver the wheelchair through as I did not have another person available to hold open the door.
For breakfast, the staff allowed me to use a container to take back to her in the room.
Desk was the right size for a wheelchair to roll up to so that she could put on make-up, eat etc. [Less]