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Accessibility

Our website is compliant with the international standards and guidelines published by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). W3C is the main international and worldwide standards organization for the Internet.

Within the guidelines set forth by the above organization, are a set of recommendations the we closely follow, in order to make Web content more accessible, primarily for people with disabilities-but also for all user agents, including highly limited devices, such as mobile phones.

The current guidelines which we follow, are under what are called the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 level A + AA.

Public Space Accessibility

All our Hotel public space or amenity are ADA accessible.

Accessible public entrance

Accessible route from the accessible public entrance to the registration area

Accessible route from the accessible public entrance to the accessible guestrooms

Accessible route from the hotel's accessible public entrance to the exercise / pool facilities.

Accessible route from the hotel's accessible public entrance to the business center

Accessible guest rooms with mobility features have doorways that provide 32" of clear width

Accessible registration desk

Accessible public restrooms

Accessible pool facility with pool and spa lift

Guest Rooms

All our accessibility guest rooms or amenity are ADA accessible.

Accessible route from the accessible public entrance to the accessible guestrooms

Accessible route from the hotel's accessible public entrance to the pool facilities.

The hotel has a TTY kit for guest use

All Our bathrooms are equipend with ADA bathtub with shower lift chair and grab bars

The hotel's guest room televisions have closed captioning or closed captioning decoders are provided


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History of the Glorietta Bay Inn

John Dietrich Spreckels (pictured to the left) did more than any other individual in San Diego's history to help the city prosper. His visionary leadership helped put San Diego on the map of national and international commerce. Convinced by local civic boosters that San Diego was ideally located for commerce, Spreckels at the age of 34, began investing in the community. He bought the utility company, street car system, water company and established the San Diego & Arizona Eastern railroad, opening San Diego to the east. CLICK TO READ MORE