Hotels and train stations make natural partners, but the Union Station Hotel is actually a hotel in a converted 19th-century train station. Forget cookie cutter, with a layout that incorporates the station’s original design, none of the 125 rooms or suites are exactly the same, melding quirky with luxury (100-year-old Tiffany-style stained-glass in the lobby and 650-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings. Rooms have LCD flat-screen televisions, high-speed wireless Internet access and personal work spaces with ergonomic chairs and added touches such as marble bathrooms, plush bathrobes and coffee maker.? While Nashville has no end of night life, make sure you check out Carters, the in-house bar and restaurant, which features offerings with a southern edge (helped down by a craft cocktail or two). For the connoisseurs, the bar has whisky flights available daily and local beers are available on tap.
Mobility accessible features include roll-in shower or tub/roll-in shower combination with grab bars, power outlets with a clear space in front of a at least one outlet 15” from the ground, accessible table and/or desk height with knee space of 27” (width) and 34″ (height), standing lamp touch control/ desk lamp with knob control, lowered individual thermostat control, drapery controls with a 36” clear path within reach, wands lowered with arm hoops, bars and/or shelving lowered in closet, accessible path of travel Around beds, low level iron.
Accessible bathrooms feature lower counter height with access to pull underneath, lower mirrors, raised toilet seat available on request, tub with grab bars at 34” height on two walls or vertical grab bar at 34″ to 51″ – located on shower head wall of shower/tub combination, tub seat and portable shower seat available. Bathrooms have low-level towel hooks and racks.
Hearing-accessible features include telephone with visual call alert, visual alarm, communication kits with strobe lights, visual door knocker and hearing devices, telephone with volume control available, light alerts available.
Accessible rooms do not have patio or balcony access.
The business center, fitness center, restaurants are all accessible.
The hotel has two accessible parking spaces available for both cars and vans.
Call 615-726-1001 with any accessibility questions or concerns.
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