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Stay in Style in one of our ADA friendly hotel rooms

Our goal is to provide a stress-free and relaxing experience at the Porto Vista Hotel. Our guest rooms are designed for your comfort and are equipped with all the necessary amenities for a comfortable stay. The hotel’s retro design has cool funky sky bridges, open air exterior corridors with easy roll hard surface floors that allow you to enjoy the San Diego sunshine just a bit more. Require lift transportation to and from the airport, train station, or cruise ship terminal? Our helpful staff will be more than happy to assist with those arrangements, just give us a call. To ensure that our visitors with disabilities can experience and enjoy San Diego to the fullest, this travel guide from San Diego Tourism Authority provides resources and information on accessible hotels, tours, lift transportation, attractions and more.

Our Handicap Accessible Rooms feature two beds and a full range of ADA accessible amenities.

In-Room Amenities:

  • Roll-in shower available
  • Accessible Valet Parking
  • Light switches and outlets allow for total wheelchair accessibility
  • Doors have lever hardware
  • Adjustable closet rods
  • In-room safes
  • Push-button nightstand lamps
  • Bathroom door opening allows full wheelchair access
  • Safety bar surrounding shower and toilet
  • Accessible sink and toilet

How to control the pointer with the keyboard:

On your PC:

Press Windows+U (more detail here https://www.isunshare.com/windows-10/4-ways-to-open-ease-of-access-center-in-windows-10.html)

From the ‘Ease of Access Center’:

Select ‘Make the keyboard easier to use’, under ‘Explore all settings’.

Check the option ‘Turn on Mouse keys’ to use the numeric keypad on a standard keyboard as a three button mouse.

A full list of Windows keyboard shortcuts for accessibility in all Windows operating systems is here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13810/windows-keyboard-shortcuts-accessibility

On your Mac:

Press command-option-f5 simultaneously. On the accessibility Pop Up, check Mouse Keys, Press Done. Then you can control the mouse pointer as in the image below.

More complete info here: Apple Support