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An architecture buff’s dream! Gaze at the TWA terminal’s iconic columnless shell from an ultra-quiet deluxe room with a king-sized bed and a spacious layout designed for complete accessibility.
Accessible Deluxe King With Historic TWA View

 

Accessible Deluxe King
With Historic TWA View

 

The Accessible Deluxe King with Historic TWA View guestroom features:

 

  • A view of the landmark TWA terminal.
  • A spacious layout with clearance for wheelchair mobility throughout the room, including at the desk, and the bathroom.
  • An open bed frame with clearance for a personal lift device.
  • Luxurious bedding and a comfortable king-sized Sealy mattress.
  • Ultra-quiet, floor-to-ceiling windows — the second-thickest in the world — with blackout shades. Motorized solar roller window shades are operated via lowered wall-mounted switches.
  • Authentic Eero Saarinen-designed midcentury modern Knoll furnishings.
  • A lowered, custom-built, fully-stocked walnut and brushed brass cocktail bar (minibar charges apply).
  • A transfer or roll-in terrazzo-tiled shower with a fixed showerhead, grab bars and a permanent fold-down seat. 
  • A handheld shower wand.*
  • Grab bars by the toilet.*
  • A Hollywood-style vanity and mirror in the bathroom designed for use from wheelchairs.
  • A lower sink height.*
  • A 50- to 65-inch HDTV with premium cable and closed captioning capability.
  • Lightning fast Wi-Fi.
  • Free unlimited local and international calls on a retrofitted vintage Western Electric 500 rotary phone.
  • A custom crystallized glass and walnut desk.
  • Custom bath amenities in the shower.
  • Extra large bath towels on lower towel hooks and racks.*
  • A plush robe.
  • A lowered mini refrigerator.
  • A hidden in-room safe.
  • Lighting controls operated with toggle or push button switches that do not require tight grips.
  • Life safety devices designed for visually impaired and hearing impaired guests.
  • Controls, light switches and power outlets at accessible heights.*
  • Braille room numbers.
  • Key card readers positioned so that individuals who use wheelchairs may operate them.
  • Door hardware usable with one hand, without tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist.
  • Lever-type door handles.
  • 32+-inch-wide openings for all doorways to and within rooms.*

 

*Feature available in certain accessible room(s) only.

 

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Accessible Deluxe King With Historic TWA View
TWA Hotel Deluxe King With Historic TWA View
Accessible Deluxe King With Historic TWA View bathroom
TWA Hotel Accessible Guestroom Bathroom
Accessible Deluxe King With Historic TWA View bathroom
TWA Hotel Accessible Guestroom Bathroom
The TWA Hotel's Historic TWA Terminal View
Deluxe King With Historic TWA View
Guestroom minibar
TWA Hotel Guestroom Minibar
Hotel hallway
TWA Hotel Guestroom Hallway

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