#5: ADA Mobility Considerations for the Grand Geneva The Grand Geneva was built in the 1960's well before ADA considerations factored into most designs. Below are some useful pieces of information for those with mobility issues. A sincere thank you to Maria Turner for providing this information. Elevators: There is only ONE elevator by which guests can access the second floor meeting rooms or travel via the lower level to access the Forum area indoors. If you are in the lobby facing the lounge, the elevator is located to the right of the Lobby Lounge, catty corner from the little coffee shop just off the lobby. 2nd floor conference rooms Galewood A-D and Evergreen I-III are accessed via the elevator adjacent to the Lobby Lounge. The Forum and Westgate conference area is accessed either by crossing the parking lot or taking the elevator adjacent to the Lounge down to the lower level and traveling through buildings 2-4. You will encounter a series of ramps. This is a much longer route than crossing the parking lot, however if weather is inclement the indoor route is warm and dry. Yawning Portal GM Lounge located in Loramoor A-C is accessed via staff elevator off the kitchen. You must be accompanied by a hotel employee to use that elevator. Request escort via either the Concierge stand in the Lobby or the Front Desk. Swinghurst Theater on the second floor of the main building is NOT ADA accessible. There are several steps before the entrance to the room, and the room itself contains tiered, theater-type seating. ADA restrooms: There are ADA restrooms throughout the resort; however, the entrance to the ladies restrooms on the second floor of the main building near the Galewood and Evergreen conference rooms are very tight because of stone pillars that flank the doorways. Wheelchairs and scooters need take care when entering/exiting. The doors to the restrooms near the Maple Lawn conference room will be propped open to facilitate wheelchair access. Those doors are extremely heavy and are not equipped with automatic door openers. We appreciate attendees leaving this door propped open to allow those with wheelchairs easier access.