I enjoyed this article that provides hotels with information about how they can make their facilities friendly to guests with autism spectrum disorders:
And of course, the Autistic Globetrotter is a friend of Travels With Pain.
I’d love to stay at the Wyndham Tampa Westshore Hotel some time, to see how friendly their rooms and amenities are to travelers with chronic pain.
I think it would be interesting to create a checklist for hotels that want to be universally accessible, usable, and friendly to guests with hidden disabilities.
When you go to a hotel, what do you need? What do you want? Have you ever been to a property that made you feel wonderfully comfortable and like all your needs were met? What did they do, and what did they have that made you feel that way? Please comment if you’ve got answers to these questions–inquiring minds want to know!