Wheelchair accessible room with walk-in shower and city view
Accessibility informationGeneral accessibility information:
- Bed: Highest bed I have ever seen. Definitely would not work with a Hoyer lift, the base is very solid and nothing would be able to fit under it, nor did it seem removable. I am about 5’2” and this bed came up to my belly button. Overall this was the greatest disappointment, the rest of the room was fantastic
- Toilet: The toilet was equipt with surrounding grab bars and transfer space to the left. It was ADA compliant.
- Sink: The sink had space underneath to roll up to with a wheelchair
- Shower: The shower bench was most easily made for a right-side transfer. It was about the same height as the toilet, so, ADA compliant. There were a few grab bars, though one behind the shower would have been useful, as the transfer without it was a bit awkward. It has both a removable and non-removable (not shown) showerhead. The removable shower head is placed up high, but can be pulled down using the shower cord itself. There was a bit of flooding, but I put some towels down before with mitigated most of the water spillage
- Doors: The door to this room had an automatic key entrance on the outside, and an auto door opener on the inside
The specific room number of this room was #603.