Price Category: Mid-Range
351 Geary Street-San Francisco, CA  94102
Direct Reservation Number: (415) 781-7800
Reservation Fax: (415) 781-0269
10 wheelchair accessible rooms. 5 with roll in showers.

Hotel Details

Accessible Room Types
1 bed – queen or king
2 beds

Valet parking is the only accessible parking option

Level entry
Entry doorway has at least 32″ (81cm) clearance
Entry threshold is less than 1/4″ (0.6 cm)
Note: If you are not driving enter on Geary St as it is a level entry.

Accessible Restaurant on premises
Accessible restroom in or near the restaurant

Elevator doors have at least a 36″ (91cm) opening
Cab size is less than 54″ x 80″ (137 cm x 203 cm) with centered door
or less than 54″ x 68″ (137 cm x 172 cm) with side door
Controls are not higher than 55″ (137cm)

Room Details

Guestroom #280

Room Type and Bedding
Bed Height: 34″ (86 cm)
Open bed frame
2 beds

Doorway at least 32″ (81cm) clearance
Entry threshold less than 1/4″ (.6cm)
Enter using lift

Floor Plan
There is a 36″ (91cm) clear path to all fixtures (i.e. curtains, thermostat, light controls)
All the fixture controls no higher than 48″ (121cm)
At least 36″ (91cm) clear space along one side of the bed

Bathroom Access
Bathroom door at least 32″ (81cm) clearance
Clear space to turn at least 5′ (152cm) circle

Toilet height between 17″ (43cm) and 19″ (48cm)
Fold down grab bars on sides, none on back wall
No space for lateral transfer

Roll under sink with knee clearance at least 27″ (68cm) high and 30″ (76cm) wide
Sink and shower faucets operable with a closed fist

Shower and Tub
Handheld shower
Grab bars in the tub/shower area
Shower bench for tub – Plastic Stool
Roll in shower with affixed padded bench

Additional Information

Braille and Raised Indicators
Guest Rooms
Public Restrooms

Equipment for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Flashing indicator for door
Flashing indicator for phone
Vibrating alarm clock
Flashing fire alarm

Avatar photo Bonnie Lewkowicz (59 Posts)

I has worked for more than 30 years advocating for, and educating about access to outdoor recreation and tourism for people with disabilities. I hold a degree in Recreation Therapy and was a travel agent specializing in accessible travel for many years. In this capacity, and now as Associate Director at Wheelchair Traveling, I consult with the travel industry about accessibility, conducts disability awareness trainings and writes about travel and outdoor recreation. I also authored a book titled, A Wheelchair Rider's Guide: San Francisco Bay and the Nearby Coast, about accessible trails and has produced several access guides to San Francisco. My most current project is a website of accessible trails along the entire California Coast ( My extensive experience as a wheelchair rider combined with her professional experience has provided me with in-depth knowledge about inclusive tourism and outdoor recreation.

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