staircase. There is an accessible phone card telephone (key pad 1150mm). The
toilet was probably designed to be accessible: three doors to negotiate before
the cubicle (1.6m x 2m), toilet 420mm but no grab rails. Accessible toilets are
plentiful in the Crown Entertainment complex.
Lifts are easily identified, the call buttons are easily pressed (not braille), there
is an audible arrival signal. Doors have a clear open width (>880mm) and
internal buttons extend outside the range 700 1250mm and are not braille.
Corridors are >1500mm, no hand rails and are carpeted. Accessible rooms are
located near the lifts.
Easy access into the Crown Entertainment complex including Casino. Access to
restaurants (Breezes is difficult via several ramps) and gymnasium with pool
which has a wide graded entry.
Room: Door 775mm with lever handles 1100mm, magnetic card entry.
Automatic door return is heavy and access space is limited to open the door
from inside. Two American double beds 590mm high. Lights, telephone TV
(remote) can be operated from bed.
Bathroom: Door width 875mm, lever handles. Wheel in shower, hand held
shower rose, grab rails at 790mm, lever taps 1m, fold down shower seat
500mm high, 960mm x
350mm. Toilet 470mm
high, 690mm front to
centreline to side wall,
grab rails slope from
750mm to 880mm.
Basin 900m high, lever
taps and access for
knees. Light switches at
1m and the shaver
switch/hair dryer are
conveniently located for