Although we do not gamble for recreation (or any other reason) we used to enjoy visiting casinos. We liked the opulent decorations, the lovely hotel rooms and the inexpensive food. Occasionally I would play a bit of Blackjack and my husband would spend an hour or so with the slot machines.
When I lost my mobility I stopped even planning vacations in areas where there are casinos. They are just such exceptionally large structures I could not imagine trying to walk from one place to another, let alone getting to and from my room in a 3000 room property.
This Christmas our youngest daughter was given charge of Christmas plans and she arranged for two days in Las Vegas. I took along my scooter. I could not contemplate getting around without my scooter, but I had no idea how I would be received or if it would be practical.
I never left my room without it, and the staff treated me very well. They always found an appropriate table for me, and on the gaming floor they provided similar arrangements. It made our experience so pleasant that we came home and went to Biloxi last week.
I am now wondering if a cruise ship would be a similar experience; although I know there would not be as much space.
I guess I am very late to this idea because I saw lots of people using electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters in all the casinos we visited.