So, you did something this past summer that you can’t stop thinking about…. it’s there every time you close your eyes. I know what it was, I won’t tell anyone. Promise. If you think you have to wait a full year to relive that experience, you are clearly...
Are you aware that bears do not actually hibernate during the winter months? I hadn’t actually thought much about this until recent spells of cold weather beat down upon Cape Cod during the latter part of the holidays. Forced in to my own seasonal state of torpor and...
December starts with a bang (thank you, Holly Folly), simmers down and then kicks it up again for New Years weekend. It’s the last big party before everyone either heads south or goes into hibernation until May. Here are a few of the other signature events that you...
The Christmas season is a great excuse to shop, isn’t it? One of my favorite haunts on Commercial Street is The Canteen and this season, I have one more reason to love it: The Canteen Holiday Market. It is a month-long pop-up shop featuring local artisans and vendors,...
It’s that time of year again! Well, no, not turkey time. That’s practically in the past already. We’re talking Santa hats, knit knickers, plenty of red spandex and fake fluffy beards…well, it must be time for Holly Folly Weekend! Holly Folly is right around the...
That’s the trick with Halloween. Just like that, it’s November. It sneaks up on you, doesn’t it? We did something new for Halloween this year, transforming the guesthouse into a Haunted Hotel, thanks to the magical skills of David Flower Productions. I like to think...
Halloween weekend is coming up soon and promises to be better than ever. This year, we’ve all decided not to leave the hotel to get our fill of tricks, and creeps, and hauntings. Our own David Flower, chief imaginer at David Flower Productions and one of the producers...
Yes, it’s officially fall now. The solstice came and went. Apparently no one told the tourists though, because visitors have still been pouring into town in droves. But not in bad way. It is much quieter. And let’s not talk about our crazy weather. It went from 80s...
There’s definitely a strong argument to be made that fall is THE BEST time to visit Provincetown (or the rest of Cape Cod, for that matter). Just as an example, the past two weeks have been dominated by glorious weather: abundant sunshine, temperatures in the 70s,...
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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.