> Website Accessibility Statement
Cambridge Hotel That's Accessible for All Guests Freepoint Hotel Cambridge, Tapestry Collection is committed to providing a website that can be accessed by all, including users with disabilities.
Freepoint Hotel Cambridge, Tapestry Collection strives to maintain compliance with the World Wide Web's Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA) on our website, and:
We have built our website using standard-compliant HTML and CSS
We have ensured that the website content is structured in a logical manner using informative headings and labels where relevant, and are usable by customers use assistive technology/screen readers
We have provided consistent navigation across the website
We have ensured that images have alternative texts and descriptive links
In addition, we offer rooms with accessibility features, which may be booked by calling (617) 491-8000.
Be aware that WCAG 2.0 AA Guidelines are evolving and our efforts to comply with these guidelines are ongoing. If you would like to report any accessibility issues, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We will make all reasonable efforts in order to update the page(s) and ensure their accessibility.
Freepoint Hotel Cambridge, Tapestry Collection FACILITIES
- Accessible parking stalls available with room for vans with ramps
- The hotel is non-smoking
- Main entrance is wide enough for wheelchairs and 360 degree turns
- Elevators have access to each floor
- There is an accessible washroom on the first floor
- Large doorways and ample space for wheelchair to easily move about
- One room can be adjoining for caregivers - please contact the hotel to arrange
- Telephones are located next to the bed and reachable in some rooms
- Accessible rooms have roll-in showers in the bathroom with seats in the shower
- Shower heads are reachable and can be hand-held
- There are grab bars in the showers and next to the toilets
- Visual, flashing fire alarms are equipped in accessible rooms in case of fire
- In-room telephones have audible signals to indicate messages