Some accessibility features can be reserved and some not as they are either property-level features (such as path of travel) or they are property-stocked items such as equipment for the hearing impaired.
- Accessibility equipment for the deaf. This includes TTY for phone, visual or flashing fire alarm, and vibrating alarm clock. Request these directly from the property.
- Accessible path of travel. This means that the property has a path that is either flat or ramped, at least 36 inches wide, between the parking lot (if any) and the front desk and between the front desk and some or all of the guest accommodations. This feature cannot be reserved.
- Braille and raised signage. This means that the property has Braille or raised signage and vibrating alarm clocks available upon special request. Braille itself cannot be reserved as it is a property-wide feature when provided by the property.
- Handicap parking spaces. This means that parking spaces are set aside for accessible guests. These are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and cannot be reserved.
- In-room accessibility. This means that the property has an accessible path from the room entrance to the window, an accessible path from the room entrance to at least one side of the bed, an accessible path from the room entrance to the toilet, as well as accessible hardware and minimal resistance to open the door, accessible temperature controls, and accessible window coverings. This feature can be requested.
- Roll-in shower: This includes hand-held shower, grab bars, and a sitting area. The shower space is large enough for wheel chairs to roll in. Roll-in showers are not the same as accessible bathrooms. This feature is available on request.
- Accessible bathroom. This includes hand-held shower, grab bars at the tub, grab bars at the toilet, and raised toilet. This feature is available on request.