IMPORTANT ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES THROUGHOUT OUR WEBSITE AND HOTEL
Our goal is to provide hospitality to all people who travel to San Francisco. This means everyone. Our mission is to make it as easy as possible for all people including those with hearing, vision, or any other disability to learn about our property and book their stay if they so desire.
If you have difficulty learning about or booking our hotel, we invite you to contact us via telephone or email and our friendly staff will gladly assist you.
Our historic buildings are over 100 years old and present architectural restrictions that limit our ability to accommodate guests with certain mobility impairments. Please contact the hotel and ask for the General Manager if you have specific questions about the accessibility features of our property. Please review our website's dedicated accessibility webpage to learn more about our property's accessibility features.
We work very hard to provide an easy-to-use online experience for all guests. We believe all of our website visitors should be able to easily research online on https://www.parkerguesthouse.com regardless of device type and whether an individual requires assistive technology like a screen reader, font magnification, translation or voice recognition software.
To ensure this, Parker Guest House is committed to compliance with Level AA success criteria of the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1), an international standard measure of accessibility success. Our website and digital marketing has been developed after carefully parsing these particular guidelines and is continuously being enhanced to make our technology more accessible and user-friendly.
We have tested our hotel’s website to ensure that we meet or exceed Level AA checkpoints of the WCAG 2.1 Standard.
Our hotel website allows visitors to search for accessibility featured guest rooms with ease and details our property’s accessibility features on our Hotel Overview page which can be found here: https://www.parkerguesthouse.com/overview
If you have any questions or would like to report any issues related to the accessibility features of our hotel’s website, please contact us at email@example.com
You can learn more about W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) HERE
- Grab Bars In Accessible Guest Room Bathroom
- 32 Inch Wide Openings to Common Areas
- Accessibility Equipment for The Deaf
- Accessible Patio or Balcony
- Accessible Routes To Fire Exits
- All doorways to and within Accessible Guest Rooms are Wheelchair Accessible
- All sidewalks and walkways free of any objects that pose a hazard to persons with low vision
- Signs on The Property Include Braille are Easy to Read and Free From Reflective Material
- Areas of Rescue Assistance
- Braille Signage throughout property
- Dining Facilities Accessible
- Door hardware (lever, pull, panic bar, etc.) usable with one hand, without tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist
- Exterior stairs built so blind persons and persons with low vision will not hit their head
- Front Door Bell
- Hotel corridors a minimum of 36” wide
- Hotel Provides Proper Number of Accessible Guest Rooms Stipulated by ADA
- Hotel Provides Proper Number of Accessible Parking Spots Including Van Accessible Spots Stipulated by ADA
- Key card reader positioned so persons who use wheelchairs may approach and operate the opener
- Knock Light
- On-Site Designated Accessible Parking
- People in Need of Accessible Features Can Book Accessible Rooms During The Same Time and Terms That Others Can Reserve Rooms
- Service Animals Allowed At No Additional Charge
- Staff Has Access to Information About Guest Rooms
- Staff is Trained to Offer Assistance to Ensure Accessibility
- TDD Telephone
- TTY available at the front desk so that lodging facility personnel can communicate with persons who are deaf or have speech impairments
- Van Accessible Parking
- WCAG Level 2.1 Website
- Service Animals Allowed
- Lowered Counter Height
- Accessible Power Outlets
- Hearing Impaired Light Alerts with Kit
- Light/Lamp Controls are Push Button
- Lower Level Individual Thermostat
- Lowered Closet Bars and Shelving
- Strobe Lights
- Visual Door Knocker
- Shaker Alarm Clock
- TDD Teletype
- Visual Alarm Equipped
- Closed Captioning Television
- 36" or More Accessible Path of Travel Around and Between Beds Per ADA Standards
- Multi-Level Door Viewers
- Closet Bars and/or Shelving Lowered
- Drapery Control with a 36” Clear Path Within Reach & Lowered Wands
- Hearing Impaired Light Alerts – Free Portable Equipment Provided by Hotel
- Table/Desk Height Accessible with Knee Space 27” (width) and 34" (height)
- At Least (1) Power Outlet with a Clear Space in Front, 15” from Ground
- Power Outlets within 4” of Telephone
- Communication Kits Available with TTY Machine, Strobe Light, & Visual Door Knocker
- Visual Alarm – Free Portable Equipment Provided by Hotel
- Telephone with Visual Call Alert – Free Portable Equipment Provided by Hotel
- Telephone with Volume Control
- Auxiliary visual alarms, notification devices and telephone accommodations
- Door hardware on all entry doors to accessible guestrooms and other passage doors within the room usable with one hand
- Grab Bars at Tub With a Tub Seat With Tub Faucet Controls Positioned Between The Center of The End Wall and The Open Side of The Tub So Persons With Disabilities May Approach and Adjust The Controls Before They Transfer Onto The Tub Seat To Bathe, Faucet Controls and Shower Diverter Can Be Turned On and Off Easily and Are Operable and Usable With One Hand, Without Tight Grasping, Pinching or Twisting of The Wrist (i.e.: Levers, Single arm, etc.), Horizontal Grab Bar At The Foot of The Tub (By The Controls) That Is At Least 24" Long For Stabilization While A Person With A Disability Adjusts The Water Controls, Horizontal Grab Bar At The Head of The Tub That is At Least 12" Long For Stabilization and Aid in Transfer From A Wheelchair To The Fixed Tub Seat, Two Horizontal Grab bars (One High/One Low) Along The Side of The Tub That Are At Least 24" Long For Stabilization and Aid In Transfer From A Wheelchair to The Fixed Tub Seat
- Hand-Held Shower Wand with Shutoff Valve and Temperature Regulator With At Least A 60" Long Hose Provided So Persons Who Bathe From A Seated Position May Wash And Rinse With The Directional Spray
- Low-Level Towel Hooks, Racks, or Bars Placed Within 54" Of The Floor For Side Approach Or 48" Of The Floor For Forward Approach So Persons Who Use Wheelchairs Can Approach And Use The Towel Racks
- Lower Mirrors
- Removable Shower Head
- Lowered Towel Hooks, Racks, or Bars Placed Within 54" Of The Floor For Side Approach Or 48" Of The Floor For Forward Approach So Persons Who Use Wheelchairs Can Approach And Use The Towel Racks
- Toilet Grab Bars Per ADA Standards
- Drain and Water Pipes Under Sink are Insulated
- Faucet that is easily operable with hardware that is (i.e.: levers, wrist blades, single arm, etc.) usable with one hand
- Bathroom floors in the accessible guestrooms slip-resistant
This hotel website for Parker Guest House is designed to be fully accessible to all and is designed according to W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 and conforms to most priority checkpoints which entail some of the following elements:
Our hotel’s website can be navigated by using the tab key to traverse the elements of each page and by using the enter key to activate a highlighted link.
Structured, Semantic Markup
HTML heading tags are used to convey the document structure. Navigation menus are tagged as HTML maps so that the menu title can be read out, and the menu items are presented as a group. Please see our Site Map for easy navigation at: https://www.parkerguesthouse.com/sitemap
All content images include descriptive ALT attributes and all purely decorative graphics include null ALT attributes.
The site is designed to conform to Level AA compliance as specified by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. All pages validate as XHTML 1.0 and use structured semantic markup.
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, which explains the reasons behind each guideline.
- Section 508, Information and news about the accessibility standards introduced by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Accessibility Software and Services
The following tools and services are available for free to assist you with viewing and interacting with our website:
- Click Here for HTML Validator, a free service for checking that web pages conform to published HTML standards.
- Click Here for Web Page Backward Compatibility Viewer, a tool for viewing your web pages without a variety of modern browser features.
- Click Here for Lynx, a free text-only web browser.
Optimize the way you view your web browser. If you have difficulty in reading the Parker Guest House website on your screen, you may be able to change the settings on your browser to help you improve readability and visibility of each webpage:
Learn about the Accessibility features of these major Internet Browsers below:
- Mozilla Firefox: Click Here for Mozilla Firefox Accessibility Features
- Google Chrome: Click Here for Google Accessibility Features
- Internet Explorer: Click Here for Microsoft Internet Explorer Ease of Access Options
- Apple Safari: Click Here for Apple Accessibility Support