And we're not talking about hotel rooms. We're referring to the accommodations needed by disabled workers to do their jobs.
Here's an interesting article about an employee in Montana. She needed a service animal at work. No problem there; the employer allowed her to bring her faithful pooch to the office.
But the animal had trouble staying upright on the slippery hallway floors of the office building. And so the employee asked the employer to install non-skid strips on the floor for the dog.
This is the first time that I've ever heard of an accommodation of an accommodation.