A stroll down Provincetown’s Commercial Street can often feel like stepping back in time. Historic building facades line the street in various states of repair with quintessential seaside taffy and ice cream shops below. Walking and biking are still the preferred mode...
Run Run, Before You Goble Goble! Did you know that Thanksgiving has become the most popular holiday for road racing in the United States? That’s a fact according to Running USA, a non-profit that tracks road race trends. For Thanksgiving day, I’ve counted...
With the Crowds Gone, Ptown’s Charm is on Full Display Across New England, fall weather sparks the desire to hit the road with that special someone and it should be said that few destinations match the natural beauty and romance of Provincetown. While the Brass...
Spooky Bear and Costumes Galore! October is in full swing, the leaves are changing and fall is absolutely here. This month offers so many awesome autumn activities to enjoy, parties to attend and people to meet. Get out with your friends and have some fun before the...
Cycle to Adventure! Bicycles are perhaps the best and most convenient way to take in Provincetown’s most iconic sights and locations. The fall weather is perfect and traffic has dissipated so now is the time! Given the right itinerary and a little motivation, it’s...
White Party Heats Up Labor Day The White Party, held on Saturday September 1st of Labor Day Weekend from 2 to 5 pm, is a community gathering of friends celebrating the end of summer. Everyone wears white, costumes are spectacularly creative (they say anything goes)...
New Orleans Invades Ptown Carnival week is coming up quick (August 11th – 18th) and my favorite part of this annual celebration is the gigantically colorful parade that caps of this hot week of events, parties and adventures. This year, the Mardi Gras by the Sea...
It’s Going to be a Hot One this Mardi Gras by the Sea! It’s pool party season and the Brass Key Guesthouse is getting ready to host one of the hottest events of Carnival and the summer! Host Trenton Ducati and internationally recognized DJ Edil...
Discovering Ptown Provincetown is a small town—that’s part of its charm. Yet despite its size and no matter how many times you visit, it still offers endless opportunities to explore and discover. It is easy to get wrapped up in the same old routine and miss something...
Brass Key is dedicated to providing exceptional service to all visitors and guests, including individuals with disabilities. To that end, Brass Key is committed to ensuring the accessibility and usability of our websites for all individuals with disabilities. We have worked with a leading provider of accessibility technology and services to ensure and maintain accessibility on our websites so we can continually improve the user experience for everyone and make the content accessible to the widest audience possible.
We have adopted the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.0. Level AA developed by the World Wide Web Consortium as our website accessibility standard. We endeavor to update our websites regularly to make its content as accessible as possible and will continue to actively work to maintain, assess and improve the usability and accessibility of our websites, including through training of our personnel, engagement of experts and regular testing of our digital accessibility.
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In addition to making our website accessible, at Brass Key we are committed to making our hotel, amenities, and services accessible to all guests, regardless of abilities and disabilities.
Information about our accessible guest room
Room 120 is designated as mobility accessible and has features for guests with physical and mobility impairments, including, but not limited to:
Mobility-accessible entrance door with at least 32 inches of clear door width
Lever handles on all doors
Grab bars surrounding toilet
Grab bars in shower
Visual and audible fire alarm
Accessible routes to all parts of the guest room
Accessible bathroom sink
Adjustable height hand-held shower wand
Shower seat available
ADA compliant toilet
Lowered towel rack
Accessible closet pole
Bathroom door at least 32” wide
Televisions with closed captioning
TTY machine is available upon request
Information about the accessible public spaces of our hotel
Accessible entry and passage doors (Hotel lobby front door 36” width and room doors 32” width)
Accessible public entrance
Accessible route from public entrance to front desk
Accessible front desk
Accessible lobby restroom
Accessible route from front desk to main lobby restroom
Accessible route from public entrance to accessible guestrooms
Lobby bar contains accessible seating and pathways to accessible seating
Accessible route from public entrance to lobby bar
Closed captioning on televisions
Service animals welcome for individuals with disabilities
Visual alarms for hearing impaired in hallways & public areas
Hotel staff will read menus and any other printed/visual information to guests who are blind/low vision
The staff at Brass Key is trained to accommodate guests with special needs, so that all our guests, including those with disabilities can have an enjoyable and safe stay. Please contact the hotel directly if you have any special accommodation needs or any questions about the accessible features and services offered at the hotel.