Sesame Place - located in Philadelphia, this was the first theme park designated as a Certified Autism Center.
Discovery Cove - offers Orlando visitors specially designed outdoor wheelchairs with oversized tires for easy maneuvering on the beach. Discover Cove was also the first all-inclusive day resort and animal interaction park in the U.S. to become a Certified Autism Center.
Aquatica® Orlando - was the first water park in the world to become a certified autism center.
LEGOLAND Florida Resort - became the first theme park resort to become a Certified Autism Center in April 2022.
Aria Resort & Casino – This 5-star hotel on the Vegas strip has 120 accessible rooms, all with roll-in showers. It also has rooms equipped with lifts and additional equipment is available upon request. There are accessible penthouse suites, too!
Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun – All rooms at this Mexican resort have roll-in showers, plus many ramps around the resort for easy access. The resort is located right on the beach, so visitors with limited accessibility can enjoy beautiful beachside views and sunsets.
Sandals and Beaches Resorts — Sandals and Beaches Resorts make it a priority to accommodate those with disabilities by providing accessibility guides to help travelers determine which resorts will meet their needs. Both Sandals and Beaches have accessibility guides with information for their all-inclusive luxury vacations.
The Hilton Playa del Carmen — Reviews from TripAdvisor consistently recommend The Royal Playa del Carmen as one of the top places for travelers with disabilities. Although this is an adults-only resort, there are a variety of ADA-approved rooms, ramps and elevators located throughout the resort and the location is close to downtown Play del Carmen, along the Riviera Maya.
Marriott International in Hawaii— The Marriott International on O'ahu, Hawaii not only has excellent reviews on TripAdvisor, but there are plenty of ADA-approved rooms to meet the needs of families and they have an exceptional reputation for their service to those with disabilities.