The 2010 ADA regulations state timeshare and condominium properties that operate like hotels are subject to Title III, providing guidance about the factors that must be present for a facility that is not an inn, motel or hotel to qualify as a place of lodging. The final rule limits obligations for units that are not owned or substantially controlled by the public accommodation that operates the place of lodging. Such units are not subject to reservation requirements relating to the “holding back” of accessible units. They are also not subject to barrier removal and alteration requirements if the physical features of the guestroom interiors are controlled by their individual owners rather than by a third-party operator.

We share the goals of the ADA as enforced by the Department of Justice and believe creating accessibility insofar as possible to all travelers is the right thing to do for our guests. If you have specific questions about our accessibility, please don’t hesitate to contact us.