Las Vegas Hotel/Casino recommendations?


#1

My wife, who is in a power wheelchair, and I are looking at taking our first trip to Las Vegas. I have read reviews of hotel accessibility, sounds like most have roll-in showers and lower bed height for transfer. I am looking for suggestions on Hotel/Caninos with these priorities in mind:

  1. Roll-in showers
  2. Low bed height
  3. Casinos having a more open, less crowded feeling, smoke free if possible.
  4. We will not have a car so a good location is important.

Looking forward to feedback from some of you who can help.

Thank you so much.
Dave


#2

How fun! We are sure you and your wife will have a great time.

We know the community here will have helpful responses by sharing personal experiences.

In the meantime we wanted to send you links to some of the Las Vegas hotel reviews in our system. We do have data for Las Vegas hotels (see left margin on results when searching in our booking engine at accessibleGO) like roll in shower but few hotels have available data on bed height, so we list it where we can. We are hard at work at gathering more data and hotel images and will keep everyone posted as we develop this further.

Here are some links to Las Vegas hotel reviews on our site which address accessibility as well as overall experience and staff helpfulness:

Palace Station Hotel And Casino

Four Queens Hotel And Casino

Bluegreen Vacations Club 36 Ascend Resort Collection

Bellagio Hotel And Casino

Best Western Mccarran Inn

The D Las Vegas Hotel Casino

Tuscany Suites & Casino

The Mirage

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Excalibur Hotel And Casino

Happy travels!


#3

Our suggestions for Las Vegas hotels are generic for any person with mobility issues:

  1. Find a hotel you like from a location vantage point, aesthetics, and reputation for customer service.

  2. Decrease specific hotel possibilities to a short list of three.

  3. Telephone each of the three after determining their availability for your travel dates.

  4. Ask to speak with the facilities engineer for the hotel. (Sales personnel may claim to know specifics like bed height , space under the bed for mechanical lifts, door openers and stops. But, if they’re unwilling to verify, measure and send you photos, you’re setting yourself up for complications that may taint your stay.)

  5. If possible get a specific room number assigned by a facilities manager and the name of someone to call on should you have questions and concerns upon arrival.

Enjoy Vegas! Enjoy anywhere you want to travel and stay!

ROZ Alexander-Kasparik for DAVID RECTOR

760.815.6271