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Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • This hotel certainly has its historic charm but also shows its age. Built in 1956, it was a Hollywood hangout for many years but it can’t get away from its mid-century architecture and layout. While the hotel went out of favor long ago, the hotel and rooms have been upgraded nicely since 2002 with a modern contemporary arty feel.
  • I visited a couple rooms in the newer Tower building and they were quite nice, however I wasn’t able to visit their wheelchair accessible rooms as they had hotel guests.
  • One dissapointment was that ALL SUITES were up a flight of stairs. These were located in the older 2 story portion of the resort. There is no elevator to the suites, and they are not accessible.
  • The restaurant, lounge and pool were all very wheelchair accessible.
  • The pool area, while large, seemed very cramped with rows of lounge chairs. Pretty much the style of pool / resort built back in the 1950’s.
  • But the property was trendy and accessible.
  • It’s also a level 2-4 block walk or roll to Old Town Scottsdale with it’s many restaurants and bars.

Hotel Overview Accessibility

Step Free Entrance

Wide Doorway Entrance

Relatively Flat Entrance

Accessible Restroom in Hotel Lobby

Pool Area Accessible (Step Free)

Hotel Guest Room Accessibility

I Booked a WC Accessible Room

Bed Height Accessible (less than 30 inches)

Wide Clearance Around Bed (min 36 inches)

Hotel Bathroom Accessibility

Step Free Access

Wide Clearance to Shower & Toilet (min 36 in)

Dining Accessibility

Accessible Breakfast Room

Accessible Dinner Restaurant and Bar

Nearby Accessible Dinner Restaurant and Bar (less than 2 blocks)

Parking Accessibility

Self Parking Availability

Valet Parking

Additional Details

  • WJAR Rating:3
  • Hotel Star Rating:4
  • Hotel Quality Star Rating:4.3
  • Total # of Hotel Rooms:
  • # of W/C Accessible Guestrooms:
  • # of Rooms with Roll-in Showers:
  • Estimated Price:$144