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ADA compliance for hotel access goes beyond the entrance

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In our previous blog on ADA compliance requirements for hotel access, we posted a short quiz on the ADA’s comprehensive checklist designed to help people with disabilities get from the parking lot to the hotel front entrance. Let’s continue and check your knowledge on what public lodging places have to do to help their customers with disabilities get to their rooms.

Accessibility Compliance Isn’t Just Elementary, It’s Collegiate Too

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When it comes to accessibility compliance a lot of the time you’ll get nothing but excuses. A building manager might offer up the excuse that “it’s an old building” or “these kinds of things cost money.” What it really boils down to is how accessibility is taken for granted by those without disabilities, and often the solution to the problem is done in such a way that is not only cheap and rushed, but also dangerous to the public.

ADA Compliance for Hotel Access Begins at the Entrance

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The U.S. Department of Justice has published a checklist for ADA compliance standards for hotels, motels, inns and other places of lodging. Public lodging facilities must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA checklist is detailed and lists standards that “are designed to ensure accessibility for individuals with a wide variety of different disabilities.”