this was supposed to be a handicapped room but the space between the bed and the dresser was so small my husbands' walker barely fit through. We had to move the desk chair to negotiate past the desk. The pulls on the dresser were large and stuck out so that they caught on the walker when we went by; the bathroom did not have a roll in shower. When we first checked and were not given a handicapped room, we asked to change within 10 minutes of arrival, and were given a really hard time by the front staff for waiting so long to call & ask for a change. My husband had only gone into the room, tried to navigate his way to the bathroom (through all that furniture) only to discover that it was not a handicap bathroom and would not work for him.......he is handicapped - he moves very slowly!! the staff needs to be sensitivity trained on working with older, mobility impaired individuals!! So, after embarrassing us to death in front of other guests in the lobby the clerk did finally agree to switching our room but the new room was different save the bathroom changes. The room was still small and hard to get around in.