- Designated accessible parking spaces serving the office: Each facility shall have at least one meeting the Standards.
- Designated accessible parking spaces serving the designated accessible guestrooms: Each accessible guestroom shall have at least one accessible parking space meeting the Standards.
- Entrance doors to office: Each office shall have an accessible entrance meeting the Standards.
- Accessible routes from parking spaces to the office: There shall be at least one accessible route meeting the Standards, including any curb ramps along the route, from the accessible parking space to the office.
- Curb ramps along the accessible route to accessible guest rooms from accessible parking spaces serving those guestrooms: All curb ramps leading from the accessible parking spaces to accessible guestrooms shall meet the Standards.
- Exterior doors to the designated accessible guestrooms: All exterior doors and door hardware in the accessible guestrooms shall meet the Standards.
- Identification signs on guestrooms and laundry: All room signs and directional signs shall meet the Standards and be placed in locations that comply with the Standards.
- Walkways serving the building(s): The following shall meet the Standards at each motel: (i) all walkways to accessible guestrooms from the office; (ii) all walkways to accessible guestrooms from the accessible parking space designated for that room; and (iii) all walkways from the accessible guestrooms to the common use areas.
- Guest laundry room: The walkway to, the entrance into, and the guest laundry room itself shall meet the Standards.
- Dispersal of accessible guestrooms: For each type of available guestroom, there shall be a minimum of one accessible guestroom meeting the Standards. In many Motel 6 facilities that were constructed for first occupancy before January 26, 1993, the guestrooms are too small to contain two double beds and to meet the Standards. In these circumstances, if a person with a disability requests an accessible guestroom with two beds, Motel 6 may choose from three options. Specifically, Motel 6 may rent such individual an accessible guestroom and a connecting room, both of which shall be rented together for the price ordinarily charged for one room with two double beds. In situations where there are no connectng rooms that may be linked for this purpose, Motel 6 may offer a guest either (1) two adjacent rooms, or (2) one room that otherwise meets the Standards but has one double (or queen size bed) and one single bed. In each instance, the guest shall be charged only the normal rental rate for one guestroom with two double beds.
- Number of accessible guestrooms: Motel 6 will provide the number of accessible guestrooms required by the Standards at each facility, and those rooms shall meet the requirements of the Standards to the maximum extent feasible. Each facility shall have at least one accessible guestroom with a roll-in shower meeting the Standards.
- Swimming pool: If a swimming pool is provided, there must be, by March 15, 2014, an accessible route from the office to the swimming pool and an accessible means of entry into the pool that meets the 2010 Standards.
For Motel 6 Operating L.P.:
Accor North America
Managing General Partner
ALAN J. RABINOWITZ
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Motel 6 Operating L.P.
4001 International Parkway
Carrollton, Texas 75007
Date: September 6, 2011
THOMAS E. PEREZ
Assistant Attorney General
Civil Rights Division
ALLISON J. NICHOL, Chief
KATHLEEN P. WOLFE, Acting Special Legal Counsel
ALYSE BASS, Senior Trial Attorney
Disability Rights Section
U.S. Department of Justice
Washington, D.C. 20035-6738
Date: September 6, 2011
 In addition to the requirements of 28 C.F.R. § 36.402, an alteration that affects or could affect the usability of or access to an area containing a primary function shall be made so as to ensure that, to the maximum extent feasible, the path of travel to the altered area and the restrooms, telephones, and drinking fountains serving the altered area are readily accessible to, and usable by, individuals with disabilities, unless such alterations are disproportionate to the overall alterations in terms of cost and scope. 28 C.F.R. § 36.403.