Accessible guestroom at Kona Kai.

We offer ADA accessible hotel rooms

Kona Kai Resort & Spa accommodates guests with disabilities. Please feel free to look at the details below to see how we can meet your needs. If you have questions call our reservation specialist at 619-221-8000 or email

Our spacious ADA rooms feature total wheelchair accessibility and have two double beds or one king-sized bed. Standard features in all accessible rooms include lowered peepholes, lowered wall-mounted thermostats, lowered closet rods, flashing fire alarms for the hearing impaired, accessible commodes and sinks, lowered towel bars, grab bars surrounding all commodes, and roll-in showers or bathtubs. Roll-in showers have hand-held shower sprayers with extensions and shower benches. The corresponding photo may not reflect the specific accessible room type.

Accessible guestroom at Kona Kai.

Mobility/Hearing Accessible Guestroom – 1 King

Spacious guest room featuring modern design with newly renovated bathroom with roll-in showers.

Room features

  • 350 square feet
  • 1 king-sized bed
  • Chaise lounge for relaxing
  • Keurig machine with complimentary coffee
  • Bedside and desk charging ports
  • Business desk for on-the-go travelers
  • Refreshment center stocked with local and artisanal products
  • Luxurious rain shower

Accessible features

  • Mobility accessible/hearing accessible
  • Visual alarms and notification devices
  • ADA door viewer
  • Roll-in showers
  • Type of accessible bathing facility in the room: tub/shower combo with grab bars
  • Toilet grab bars
  • Accessible closet with lower height
  • Accessible TV stand with accessible drawer’s lower height
  • A/C thermostat at lower height
  • Accessible balcony
  • Accessible bathtub
  • Roll under sink
  • Lowered bathroom fixtures
  • Visual fire alarms
  • Flashing light for incoming phone calls
  • TVs in room have closed captioning
  • Outlet within four feet of a phone
  • Accessible desk
  • Required clear width for door
  • Required clear width for pathways
  • Required width of route to all parts of the room
  • Required width of path to both sides of the bed (rooms with one bed) or down the middle of the beds (rooms with two beds)
  • Thermostat, switches, controls, drapery rods, closet rods at required height
  • Lowered guestroom amenities (such as dresser or nightstand)
  • Controls and hardware that do not require tight grasping or twisting

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