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What is the bed situation in the 4(4) with full kitchen, and is there a Handicap room in the same size?

over a year ago Answer

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Cottonwood, Arizona
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They have handicapped rooms. The two's are varied too. Typically the second bedroom will have two beds. We liked the odd configuration mentioned above. Nice and quiet for us downstairs in the master. Then another had this hot tub through clear glass in the master, that was only a one I think... The 2bdrm plus, ahhhhhh, that's the ticket, immense, hot tub on the porch and I think it sometimes has a queen in the second berm vs the two doubles.... Had it both ways and for us it's so much better with a second bed in the second bedroom. Diff of getting 3 girls to stay in there

over a year ago
Sonora, California
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Handicap have lowered counters walk in shower. Beds are two king and two twins upstairs with a beautiful view. And a couch that opens to a queen bed. Great place easy to get around for handicap ..

over a year ago
Cottonwood, Arizona
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Just ask. We answering just don't know like staff does. Especially an older place like flag with I think 9 different room configurations at my last walkabout checking such things bored one day this past summer. All of me interesting and acceptable at very least I might add...

over a year ago
Nevada
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Hello: Our unts are intermingled with private homes, we did see people walking their pups but I don't know if they belonged to those that lived there or belonged to the resort guests. Call the resort directly, Sorry I can't help you. If you go, enjoy your stay, we sure did.

over a year ago
Nevada
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We had a two bedroom unit, I am handicapped I had a wheelchair and the kids pushed me right o the unit. I didnt go downstairs. Upstairs queen bedin bedroom, I believe the sofa rolled down. We didn't openn it up. Downstairs was the same, nice big bed in and couch in livingroom. The upstairs unit is a tiny bit bigger than the downstairs unit. It was a wonderful place to stay. I hope you and your family enjoy too!

over a year ago
Cottonwood, Arizona
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Hey, not sure about the handicapped status, but know that every Wyndham has fully equipped handicapped villas. Not sure if that includes the villa size you are wanting. We have never needed fully equipped handicapped rooms but have needed and got partial. Of note is that all their pools have this fully handicapped machine of sorts to get u in and out of the pool if need be.... Again, that's a question I'd ask directly....

over a year ago
Tucson, Arizona
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I recommend that you call the resort directly as they can answer your question with certainty. The unit we stayed in was a one-level unit and had a king in the master and two twin beds in the other bedroom. I believe the sofa was a hide a bed. The unit was one level, but steps led up to both front and back door. None of the bathroom facilities were ADA compliant.

over a year ago
Punta Gorda, Florida
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Our unit was like the one the other answer provided. It was a three level unit so would not be appropriate for handicapped individuals. The original unit that we looked at was on one level, but I do not recall if it had handicap features such as larger doors, grab bars, etc. The front desk is very helpful and I am sure that they could answer all of your questions if you call them.

over a year ago
Norwich, United Kingdom
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Good morning. The bed configuration in our unit was a King size bed in the master bedroom which was downstairs and twin beds in the second bedroom which was on the level you entered the unit.

I regret I have no knowledge of any handicap/disabled rooms. I understand there are units on one level which may be suitable if wheelchair access is required. I can only suggest you contact Wyndham resort direct.

Kind regards

over a year ago
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