Hotel ADA Compliance: Guest Room Dispersion

The ADA Standards for Accessible Design impacts guest room dispersion in the hotel industry. Dispersion Requirements The ADA requires that hotels provide guests with disabilities a range of equivalent guest room options provided to other guests. Accessible rooms need to be dispersed among various room classes (economy, standard, deluxe, a concierge level, etc) and types (number […]

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Hotel ADA Compliance: Interiors and Public Spaces

When hotels renovate room interiors and public spaces, understanding the application of Americans with Disabilities Act Standards can help avoid the cost and inconvenience of complaints or remediation work.   What the ADA says about alterations Existing facilities permitted before March 15, 2012 are generally regulated by the 1991 ADA accessibility standards. Standards were updated in 2010

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Hospitality Trends & Accessibility

Perpetually engaged in refreshing and reinventing their environments to keep a competitive edge and provide patrons with experience-driven amenities and services, hotel establishments and brands see trends come and go. Performing ADA compliance assessments at hotels and resorts all over the country – from New York to Hawaii – LCM Architects’ accessibility specialists are frequent

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