We stayed two nights at the Staybridge Suites in Overland Park in May of 2021. The accessible room we stayed in was very spacious, as you can see from the pictures below.
The living/kitchen area and bedroom were open, but the bedroom and bathroom were defined as a separate space, so when we visited with those who came to our room, it wasn’t awkward.
The bathroom was well laid out.
The sink area had a lot of room. The sink itself was a bit difficult to reach from my wheelchair, but manageable. The mirror was large and very practical, plus there was a very practical full-length mirror in the living space as seen in the first picture.
The bathtub had a lot of well-placed grab bars, an adjustable spray nozzle with a long hose and easy to reach and use controls. There wasn’t a shower chair present, but perhaps there was one available upon request.
The toilet’s grab bars were well-placed, more than sufficient, and there was plenty of room around the toilet.
The pocket door was a great convenience and the handle on it made it especially easy to use. For some reason (I didn’t look closely), the door didn’t open all the way which is unfortunate.
There was a generous closet area in the bathroom.
I truly enjoyed the decor in this hotel. Everything pleased my eye, from the lamps,..
to the carpet, paint and light fixtures in the hallways,..
to the feel of the front desk and its customer service,..
to the architecture of the outside,..
to the pleasant outdoor sitting areas.
There wasn’t a thing I didn’t like about the hotel. I hope when we return to that area, we can stay at the Staybridge Suites again.