American Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliancy and Other Accessibility Information for Presidio Parkway Inn.
The following information is for Presidio Inn patrons who might need special accommodations. Should you have any questions regarding ADA compliancy of our business please contact us using the information below and we will assist you.
Front Desk: (510) 848-3840
Property Accessible Features for Presidio Parkway Inn
The following information specifies accessibility features both provided and unavailable at Presidio Parkway Inn. Should you have any questions about these features please contact us to discuss your needs and how we can accommodate you.
As defined by “Title II of the ADA”, service animals are permitted on our property at no additional cost. If any damages are caused by the service animal, a cleaning fee of $250 may apply.
- We provide convenient on-site handicap parking.
- Our ground floor entrances and exits are fully wheelchair accessible.
- A wheelchair-accessible elevator is available to access the upper floors.
- All doorways and/or walk-ways are wide enough to fit a wheelchair.
- We do not provide a shuttle or vehicular service.
Private Guest Facilities
We currently do not have any General Facility / Amenity ADA-Compliant Features in our rooms.
Seeing & Hearing Impaired Accessibility
We currently do not offer any features for the Seeing-Impaired
We currently do not offer any features for the Hearing-Impaired
If there is something specific you need to make your stay with us easier, please call us and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Additional information regarding our policies can be found on the following pages:
Website Accessible Features for presidioinn.optirev.net
WCAG 2.0 and Section 508 Standards
This website strives to meet successful criteria as defined by the “Rehabilitation Act, Section 508 Guidelines” (Section 508) and the “W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level AA” (WCAG 2.0). The website administrator has performed necessary enhancements in an attempt to achieve Section 508 and WCAG 2.0 criteria as successfully as possible.
W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act