Our room was clean. Bed was super comfortable. A light fixture was filthy from an apparent roof leak and no one thought to clean it. Primarily was shocked by the ignorance of the hotel staff. My wife has mobility issues and cannot negotiate stairs well. She wanted to go to the pool area, but was disappointed that the ONLY gate that did NOT have any steps was LOCKED! The pool has a lift for disabled people, but a disabled person cannot even get into the pool gated area since every other entrance has steps! I called the front desk and was told that they keep that gate locked because children go in and out of the gate and that disturbs other guests. Apparently children cannot get in and out of any of the other gates with stairs. Apparently other guests have priority over disabled guests! I told the front desk staffer that this was a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and she told me that if a disabled person wanted to use the pool, all they had to do was ask for the gate to be unlocked. Asking for help like this is in itself a violation of the ADA! Under the Act, a disabled person must be allowed to use a facility just like anyone else, to the fullest extent possible, without essentially asking for permission or special treatment. I asked for the owners' contact information and was refused. If you have mobility issues, and want to use the pool at this hotel, I'd suggest finding another hotel. Such an insult to Americans with disabilities, including our veterans and others! Such ignorance!