Hallways are carpeted and that includes inside the rooms. If you are a Sheraton “Preferred Member” then there is an additional door to go through that is not automatic. “Preferred Members” also have access to a lounge room where a complimentary breakfast and evening hors de’oeuvres with wine are served. The door to this lounge is not automatic.
ADA rooms have a lowered peephole and wider doors. I stayed on the third floor in a handicapped accessible room with a roll-in shower. The bathroom also was equipped with a roll-up sink and grab bars. Next to the mounted seat was a shelf, which was nice, but a grab bar in the back was not. Overall, the room was spacious, including access to both sides of the bed. Light fixtures mounted on the wall may be challenging for some to reach. The HVAC system controls were lowered and in an open location. The curtains need to be manually opened and closed. Next to the bed is the closet with sliding doors and a lowered clothing rod.