I suppose I would be able to extract the speaker's intent if I heard this phrase in context, but it's not a common expression.
You might say "to accommodate someone"
> "The cruise ship staff was quite accommodating."
> "Our company is able to accommodate custom orders."
> "Yes, I can accommodate you with that request."
"Accommodations" has a sense meaning "lodgings."
~ "Well, the accommodations ain't exactly de luxe."
- Faye Dunaway as Bonnie Parker in Bobbie and Clyde (1967)
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