Here you can see that this accessible tub has a soap/shampoo/conditioner holder. Not all accessible tubs and showers in this hotel have these holders.
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All the accessible rooms are labeled like this and all you have to do to unlock the door is touch the card on the black scanner above the handle.
Here is what the lip looks like underneath the accessible room doors.
Here is what the doors look like from the inside. You can see the height of the light switch, handle, lock, and peep hole in this picture.
6 out of the 8 accessible rooms are studio rooms just like this (bed is in the same room as kitchen/desk/couch). The next couple pictures describe what they look like.
The address of the hotel says it is on Main Street, and this is what the Main Street entrance looks like. This would be where you could enter and exit if you were walking around Charlottesville, but it is not where you should go to check-in.
This entrance contains two automatic doorways. Here you can also see the lip under the doors.
Here is what the entrance looks like from the inside.
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Nov 19, 2019
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There is a semi-accessible shuttle (which will take you (during 7 AM-10 PM time frame) to and from the airport, and anywhere within a 3 mile radius besides residential properties and major events). It is a van that isn’t too high off the ground, but there is no lift or ramp to help guests get in or out. Please see pictures to see if it is accessible to you.
There are 6 accessible rooms (all with King beds) with tubs: 5 studios (bed is in same room as kitchen and desk) and 1 one-bedroom suite. There are 2 accessible rooms with roll-in showers: 1 studio (King bed) and 1 two-bedroom suite (King bed in the room that is more accessible, Queen in the other). Please see pictures for more details.
Employees can remove the bed frame for you if you need the bed to be lower upon request. In the accessible rooms, with the bed frame the top of the mattresses are about 30 inches off the floor and without the bed frame the mattresses are about 23 inches off the floor.
There is a fold-out couch in every room.
All tubs and roll-in showers in the accessible rooms have fold-down benches.
No extra shower chairs or ambulatory devices in this hotel.
There are phones in the rooms, bathrooms, pool area, fitness room, and other areas. Give the front desk a call if you need assistance with anything in these areas.
Some items included in the hotel breakfast might be hard to reach or carry for some guests, however there are employees around that are happy to help (with getting/carrying items or with chairs/tables) upon request in the breakfast area
Some items might be difficult to reach for some guests in “The Market”. The closest employees are at the check-in/front desk and they are more than happy to assist you in any way possible!
We found that the door to the outside fire pit area might be too heavy for some guests, but the Main Street accessible entrance is nearby and has automatic doors.
Click the black "Accessibility Test Results" button at the top of this page to view in-depth accessibility metrics for this hotel!
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