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    New York Hotels

    Looking for a hotel in NY that has a bed my Molift would fit under.

    Let me check in with my contacts when you two going?

    Open for ideas...the city is crazy expensive and rooms super small.

    If you head over to Weehawken NJ these is an amazing Marriott Residence or more high end Envue hotel

    Its directly IN front of the ferry building so you take the ferry across the street and its a 8 min ride

    2019 prior to corvid we went for 9 days on got a week pass for the ferry which includes the bus system in NY run by the Ferry group most buses have lifts and run every few min and they have a cool app to show you when the next bus is coming

    Weehawken is 1/2 the cost of NY and the hotel opened in 2019 so new and clean

    The view is crazy Rpb24uZ29vZ2xlX3dlYnNpdGVfb3ZlcnJpZGU%3D F0aW9uLmdvb2dsZV93ZWJzaXRlX292ZXJyaWRl!2sWeeha wken,+NJ+07086!3s0x89c258301585d001:0x254f9f592d08 9a94!4m2!1d-74.0253715!2d40.7663711!5m3!5m2!1s2021-08-25!2i7!6e3!3m9!1s0x89c2583e677091eb:0x9a76b43a8a30 1944!5m4!1s2021-08-25!2i7!4m1!1i2!8m2!3d40.7766699!4d-74.010698?hl=en&authuser=0

    View from the lobby

    The bus system part of the ferry ticket

    view from the outdoor terrace over looking the city...
    drinks and restaurant too


      We will be up there October 13th-18th. Those two hotels the bed wouldn't work with my Molift.


        You might check with both the United Spinal Association, which has offices in Queens,

        and the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association (EPVA):
        Phone: 212-807-3114
        Phone: 800-807-3163

        to see where they recommend people visiting their offices for meetings stay. They will understand your need for a non-platform bed to use with your lift. The National Veterans Wheelchair Games are in NYC in August, so they will be most familiar with the hotels selected for participants in that event.

        The SCI-Nurses are advanced practice nurses specializing in SCI/D care. They are available to answer questions, provide education, and make suggestions which you should always discuss with your physician/primary health care provider before implementing. Medical diagnosis is not provided, nor do the SCI-Nurses provide nursing or medical care through their responses on the CareCure forums.


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          Thanks for the info.