At Stoweflake, we are proud to provide accommodations for everyone, including people with disabilities.

GENERAL ACCOMMODATIONS

Guests who use wheelchairs are accommodated with ramps and lifts situated throughout select. Accommodations for guests with mobility and dexterity related disabilities include wider clearance on doorways, bathroom rails, lowered light switches & faucets, bathroom benches and more. The public restrooms in the lobby have been tailored to accommodate persons who may have a mobility-related disability.

ACCESSIBLE ROOMS

We provide accommodations in select room categories for our guests with disabilities. Additionally, Stoweflake is proud to offer a committed team of highly experienced staff who will ensure your every need is met. This property has four accessible rooms.

One ADA accessible Luxury Guestroom available with following features:

  • o Located on First Floor, Lobby Level
  • o One Queen Bed
  • o Door Viewer at Wheelchair Level
  • o Large Roll-In Shower with Shower Wand, Grab Bars and Moveable Bench
  • o Grab Bars Around Toilet
  • o Bathroom Phone
  • o Questions? Call us at 1-800-253-2232

 

One ADA accessible Premiere Guestroom available with following features:

  • o Located on First Floor, Lobby Level
  • o Two Queen Beds
  • o Bed Shaker Fire Alarm
  • o Roll-In Shower with Shower Wand, Grab Bars and Moveable Bench
  • o Grab Bars Around Toilet
  • o Bathroom Phone
  • o Questions? Call us at 1-800-253-2232

 

One ADA accessible Standard Guestroom available with following features:

  • o Located on First Floor, Lobby Level
  • o One King Bed
  • o Door Viewer at Wheelchair Level
  • o Shower and Tub Equipped with Grab Bars
  • o Grab Bars Around Toilet
  • o Questions? Call us at 1-800-253-2232

 

One ADA accessible One Bedroom Suite available with following features:

  • o Located on First Floor, Lobby Level
  • o One King Bed
  • o Door Viewer at Wheelchair Level
  • o Walk-in Glass Enclosed Shower with Grab Bars
  • o Grab Bars Around Toilet
  • o Bathroom Phone
  • o Questions? Call us at 1-800-253-2232

 

WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE RESTAURANTS

All restaurants are accessible …

ON-SITE WHEELCHAIR(S)

? standard wheelchairs are available for guest use.

CONFERENCE AND EVENT CENTERS:

  • Accessible Approach Entrance
    o Route of travel that does not require use of stairs.
    o Stable , firm and slip resistant
    o At least 36 inches wide
    o All objects protruding into circulation paths can be detected by a person with a visual disability using a cane
    o Slope of ramps no greater than 1:12
    o All ramps have railings on both sides
    o Railings sturdy and between 34 and 38 inches high
    o Width between railings or curbs at least 36 inches
    o Ramps are non-slip
    o There is a five foot level landing at every 30 foot horizontal length of ramp, at the top and bottom of ramps and at switchbacks.
    • Parking and Drop Off Areas
      o Adequate number of accessible parking spaces available ( 8 feet wide for car plus 5 foot access aisle)
      o 8 foot wide spaces with minimum 8 foot wide access isles and 98 inches of vertical clearance are available for lift equipped vans.
      o Access Isles are part of the accessible route to the accessible entrance
      o Accessible spaces closest to accessible entrance
      o Accessible spaces marked with the international Symbol of Accessibility
      o Enforceable procedure in place to ensure that accessible parking is used by those who need it
  • Entrance
    o Alternate accessible entrance available
    o All inaccessible entrances have signs indicating the location of the nearest accessible entrance
    o Alternate Entrance can be used independently
    o Entrance door has at least 32 inches of clear opening
    o At least 18 inches of clear wall space on the pull side of the door, next to the handle
    o Threshold edge ¼ inch high or less
    o Carpeting or mats a maximum of ½ inch high
    o Edges securely installed to minimize tripping hazards
    o Door Handle no higher than 48 inches and operable with a closed fist
    o Doors can be opened without too much force ( exterior doors reserved, maximum 5lbs for interior doors)
    o Doors that have closer take at least 3 seconds to close
  • Rooms and Spaces
    o All aisles and pathways to materials and services are at least 36 inches wide
    o Minimum of 5 foot circle or T-shaped space for turning a wheelchair completely
    o Low pile, tightly woven carpet securely attached along edges
  • Emergency Egress
    o All emergency systems have both flashing lights and audible signals
  • Signage for Goods and Services
    o Signs and room numbers designating permanent rooms and spaces where good and services are provided comply with all requirements for such signage
  • Directional and Informational Signage
    o When mounted above 80 inches all signage has letters at least 3 inches high, with high contrast and non-glare finish
    o Directional and informational signs comply with all legibility requirements
  •  Seats, Tables and Counters
    o Isles between fixed seating are at least 36 inches wide
    o Designated spaces for wheel chair seating
    o All tops of tables and counters between 28 and 34 inches high
    o Knee spaces at accessible tables are at least 27 inches high, 30 inches wide and 19 inches deep
    o All cashier counters have section that is no more than 36 inches high
  • Vertical Circulation
    o Ramps, lifts or elevators to all public levels
  • Stairs
    o All treads have non slip surfaces
    o Continuous rails on both sides
  •  Elevators
    o Call buttons in the hallway no higher than 42 inches
    o Controls inside cab have raised and braille lettering
    o Signs on both door jambs at every floor in raised and braille letters
  •  Lifts
    o At least 30 by 48 inches of clear space for a person in a wheelchair to approach to reach controls and use lift
    o Controls are between 15 to 48 inches high ( up to 54 inches if side approach is possible)
  • Usability of Rest Rooms
    o At least one bathroom for each sex, or unisex that are fully accessible
    o Signs in inaccessible bathrooms that provide directions to those that are accessible
    o Tactile sign that identify restrooms
    o Doorways at least 32 inches clear
    o All doors equipped with accessible handles (operable with closes fist)
    o Doors can be opened easily (5lb maximum force)
    o Entry configuration provide adequate maneuvering space for a person using a wheelchair
    o 36 inch wide path to all fixtures
  • Stalls
    o All doors operable with closed fist
    o Wheelchair-accessible stall that has an area of at least 5 feet by 5 feet, clear of the door swing
    o Grab Bars behind and on the side wall nearest to the toilet
    o Toilet 17 to 19 inches high
  • Lavatories
    o Lavatory have 30 inch wide by 48 inch deep clear space in front
    o At least 29 inches from the floor to the bottom of the lavatory apron
  • Telephones
    o Clear floor space of at least 30 by 48 inches for all pay or public use phones are provided
    o Phones have push button controls