If you use a wheelchair, this hotel's for you.
I am speaking of the fact (a first in my experience) that all controls, switches, dials, etc., were located at wheelchair level. I did not have to stand up to use the thermostat, for example; it was
right at eye level. Delightful!
If you have a standard wheelchair, there'll be lots of room for you. Mine is wider/longer/taller than usual (since I am 6'5" when standing#, and it was a tight fit getting onto the elevator - or between the bed and the dresser.
The tub had a shower seat and a hand-held shower head: they worked just fine.
My only complaint #subjective, but mine): the bed was hard. Not as hard as concrete, but rivaling cement. NB: I have a Sleep # bed at home, and my sleep # is 45; this was about a 95. But I could open the curtains and look directly out onto San Francisco Bay (nice!).
If I need to travel to the Bay Area, this is an excellent hotel - right off the Bayshore Freeway. I'd come back. [Less]