Accessible Orlando Villa

Handicap wheelchair accessible vacation rental home in Orlando, Florida

 

 

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* Handicap (wheelchair) accessible
* Roll-in shower with built in seat & separate  hand held shower
* Level access to front and to pool deck
* Most doors are 36" wide
* Accessible bathroom sink
* Hydraulic pool hoist
* Accessible kitchen sink

 

 
* 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms
* 2 master rooms have en-suite bathrooms
* Ideal for 2 families to share
* Sleeps up to 8 guests
* Located in small, private gated community
* Private south facing screened/heated pool
* Wheelchair accessible for the disabled
* No smoking & No pets

Top Reasons Why Florida is a Great Accessible Vacation Destination

Itís no coincidence that Florida is called ĎThe Sunshine Stateí: with an average of over 230 sunny days a year, Florida is the perfect place to relax, swim, and soak up a few rays. In fact, if youíre looking for a sun drenched vacation itís the perfect place to choose. Youíre also spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation too. When you choose a villa in Florida that is accessible youíre choosing a villa that comes equipped with a pool hoist in the center of the deck, giving easy access to the pool. That means if you want to swim every day for the duration of your stay you can do so with no hassle at all. Florida is the perfect place to choose if youíre looking for a wheelchair accessible vacation packed full of sun, fun and adventure. Whether you want to swim, shop, or ride roller coasters there really is something for everyone. Here are just some of the reasons why:

Accessibility Inside Orlandoís Biggest Resorts

At the Walt Disney World resorts, wheelchairs are available to rent inside each of the Walt Disney World parks and you can either rent your chair for the day (so that you donít have to take your own into the parks with you) or for the full duration of your stay, meaning you donít have to take your own wheelchair with you at all: ideal if youíre flying and your luggage is restricted. A whopping 54 of the attractions, rides and shows within the Walt Disney World resort are completely wheelchair accessible: all of the shows within the resorts have designated disabled seating areas. There are also separate queuing areas for disabled guests, and all of the transport systems for travelling between the four Disney World parks are accessible to guests with disabilities. If animals and wildlife are more of your thing then Sea World is also promoted as being a fun accessible day out: see the animal shows and marvel at the animals in the 100% accessible walk-through attractions. Although wheelchair hire is not available at the Universal Studios Orlando resorts, every consideration is paid to ensuring disabled guests can enjoy all the fun at these Orlando theme parks too. All of the dining and shopping areas within the resort are accessible to wheelchair users, as are the queues for all of the rides and attractions (with the exception of the Pteranodon Flyers within the Island of Adventures resort). All of the outdoor stage shows also have designated seating and viewing areas for guests with accessibility needs. Whether youíre a Disney addict who canít wait to meet Mickey Mouse or an adrenaline junkie ready to hit the roller coasters of Universal Studios, youíll find that both Orlando resorts cater perfectly to your needs.  

Orlando and So Much More

If you like the idea of a sunshine and fun-filled stay in Florida, but would also like to take the time to relax and enjoy living a life of luxury too then Orlando is the perfect place to start a two-center vacation. Two center vacations (sometimes also referred to as multi-center vacations) are simply vacations where your time is divided between two different destinations, and are hugely popular among those enjoy an action-packed break in Orlando. America is a big place, so it seems a shame to only see one part of it! Why not counter your week of theme parks with a more laid back week long cruise? Modern cruise liners are wonderfully accessible, making them the perfect option for disabled travelers. Cruise destinations that are reachable from Florida include both Hawaii (ideal if youíre looking to stay in the USA) and the Caribbean: ideal for enjoying a sun drenched stay on a luxury cruise liner whilst also enjoying all of the fine dining and pampering that comes with a high class cruise.

Whatever kind of vacation you choose, make a stay in Orlando and the Accessible Orlando Villa a part of your wonderful week away. With an accessible villa you can be confident that the accommodation you choose will be comfortable, easy to navigate, and tailored to your specific needs: book with us and you wonít regret it! 

 

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