The Ontario Building Code | Hotels
(1) Except as permitted in Sentence (2), at least 10% of the suites of a hotel shall,
(a) have a barrier-freepath of travel extending to,
(i) the inside of each room, and
(ii) a balcony where required by Sentence 126.96.36.199.(2), and
(b) be distributed among storeys that are required by Article 188.8.131.52. to have a barrier-free path of travel, having regard to the height of the suite above grade.
(2) Not more than 20 suites need comply with Sentence (1).
(3) A suite having a barrier-freepath of travel required by Sentence (1) shall have a bathroom that,
(a) conforms to Clauses 184.108.40.206.(1)(a) to (h) and (j),
(b) has an unobstructed area at least 1 200 mm in diameter extending the full height of the room, except that a door is permitted to open on the inside if it does not reduce the unobstructed area, and
(c) has a bathtub or shower that conforms to Article 220.127.116.11.
(4) Except as required by Sentence 18.104.22.168.(17) for power door operator controls, controls for the operation of building services or safety devices, including electrical switches, thermostats and intercom switches, intended to be operated by the occupant and located within a suite having a barrier-freepath of travel required by Sentence (1) shall conform to Sentence 22.214.171.124.(1).
(5) An entrance door to a suite having a barrier-freepath of travel required by Sentence (1) shall have,
(a) a power door operator conforming to Article 126.96.36.199., and
(7) Where an emergency power supply is supplied by a generator, it shall supply at least one emergency power receptacle in at least one of the suiteshaving a barrier-free path of travel required by Sentence (1).
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