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    We are planning a trip for next year. I've been doing some searching and haven't seen any hotel that would work with my Molift. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    #2
    What have you done to try to find an accessible hotel room? Best to identify those in your price range and then call the property directly, and speak to the manager. Assuming your main need is a no-platform type bed, and sufficient space under the bed to fit your lift, roll-in shower also being preferred. Mostly of these will be newer properties. Here is one to check out:

    https://wheelchairjimmy.com/listing/...-beach-resort/

    You might also want to check out doing an AirBnB rental, as you can search for wheelchair accessible, and talk to the owner before booking.

    The Bus in Honolulu is wheelchair accessible, and you may want to look at properties close to the major bus lines to get around unless you are renting a lift-van (very expensive in Hawaii).

    (KLD)
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      #3
      Originally posted by SCI-Nurse View Post
      What have you done to try to find an accessible hotel room? Best to identify those in your price range and then call the property directly, and speak to the manager. Assuming your main need is a no-platform type bed, and sufficient space under the bed to fit your lift, roll-in shower also being preferred. Mostly of these will be newer properties. Here is one to check out:

      https://wheelchairjimmy.com/listing/...-beach-resort/

      You might also want to check out doing an AirBnB rental, as you can search for wheelchair accessible, and talk to the owner before booking.

      The Bus in Honolulu is wheelchair accessible, and you may want to look at properties close to the major bus lines to get around unless you are renting a lift-van (very expensive in Hawaii).

      (KLD)
      Yeah I'm checking out the hotels and reaching out to the manager.

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