1. Plan ahead.
I always call the actual hotel I’m going to stay at, and make sure the room is actually what I need. As a quad, improvising isn’t very easy, and I try to eliminate any unexpected challenges.
2. Check the bathroom.
ADA bathrooms vary across properties. For example, an accessible shower could mean it has grab bars, but isn’t roll-in. Be specific about your needs when you book, and make sure those needs have been met before you bring your things into the room.
3. Check the height of the bed.
Hotel beds are getting higher all the time. Hotel staff can be asked to measure bed height, and to remove the box springs to lower if needed.