The hotel was very clean and spacious enough for my spouse's power chair to maneuver around the room. The shower and toilet grab bars were on the right side which allowed my spouse to use them who
has left side hemiparesis.
The roll in shower was large and the faucet and hand held shower nozzle was positioned to the right of the shower bench within easy reach.
The sink was a good height for a wheelchair, but there wasn't a side table or counter to set things on. Difficult for a person with one functioning hand and arm to brush teeth, etc. (The room ironing board served the purpose!)
The bed was listed as a queen size, but it was the smallest queen we'd ever seen. It made it difficult for a good night's sleep. Also the height of the bed was a bit higher than ADA recommends. A few inches lower would make it easier to transfer from the wheelchair to the bed.
All in all it was a good place to stop for a night during our travels. [Less]