Is it "handicapped rooms" or "handicap rooms"?

in the following sentence?

"We have handicapped rooms available."

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Handicap rooms is what I'm thinking.  Not very helpful to you because I don't know for sure.

 

I'd go with "handicapped," on the argument that they are rooms for the handicapped.

"Handicap room" suggests it's a room where handicapping occurs.

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