Floor Plan


  • Length: 86.5”
  • Width: 66”
  • Height: 90.5”
  • Weight: 310 lbs.
  • Floor Area: 4138 sq in
  • Door Opening: 80.8”H x 32.7”W
  • Seat Height: 18.5”
  • Waste Tank: 68 gallons

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Wheel Chair Accessible Porta Potty

Our standard portable ADA restrooms include a spacious stall, wheelchair-accessible toilet, urinal, and a 2-roll toilet paper dispenser. Restroom rental includes transport, setup, and takedown after the event. The stall in this unit is spacious so that individuals with disabilities can easily access the restroom and move about as necessary.

Quality Portable Restroom Trailers

VIP Luxury Restrooms is a leading provider of portable bathrooms for a variety of occasions, including special events and construction sites. Our standard portable ADA restroom offers an accessible and private experience no matter the occasion.

Reliable Restroom Solutions

VIP Luxury Restrooms has been in the portable sanitation industry for over 25 years. We offer a complete selection of luxury portable restrooms for rent. These include portable washrooms, portable restroom trailers, and portable show trailers.

We are dedicated to providing our customers with clean, safe, and reliable services. Our professional team understands the importance of flexibility and stands ready to operate under any weather condition as well as repair unexpected breakdowns.

The Luxury Difference

VIP Luxury Restrooms aren’t just a step above an ordinary portable restroom; they go above and beyond the expectations of anyone who uses them. Just a few of the features of our luxury portable restrooms include hands-free flushing porcelain toilets, stainless steel basin sinks, mirrors, hardwood flooring, and flexible configuration.

Our luxury portable restrooms for rent are designed to do more than simply provide a functioning bathroom. We strive to create a comfortable restroom environment that closely emulates a non-portable bathroom.

What Is an ADA Portable Toilet?

The Americans With Disabilities Act is a law that ensures individuals with disabilities have access to the places and services that typically abled individuals do.

The law and guidance require that most public spaces provide a bathroom that is accessible to individuals with disabilities. This requirement generally extends to events and sites that require portable stalls as well.

An ADA-compliant portable toilet is a stall designed to accommodate people with disabilities. The stall is generally larger to accommodate those utilizing wheelchairs or power chairs. The stalls also sometimes include accessibility bars and may include a ramp if the stall is not flush to the ground.

What Is the Minimum Size for an ADA Bathroom?

The ADA does not specify an exact room size for compliant bathrooms. However, guidelines provide that a minimum accessible bathroom size should be 60 inches wide by 56 inches deep and also include clearance space for fixtures.

This size ensures that individuals with disabilities have the space they need to use the restroom. VIP Luxury Restroom’s standard ADA stall goes above and beyond the minimum size, ensuring your guests have a pleasant restroom experience.

Do You Need an ADA Portable Toilet at Your Event or Site?

Generally, event organizers and site managers are required to make their spaces accessible. This means they must provide accessible toilets alongside non-accessible bathrooms.

Event permissions and site contracts often specify the ADA requirements that you must meet. If you aren’t sure which amenities you must provide at your event, portable toilets that are ADA-compliant might need to be at the top of your list. Get in touch with your local permitting office or local disability consultant to find out what the obligations are.

How Can You Make Your Site More Accessible?

In addition to your event portable toilets, there are many other things you can do to make your site or event more accessible to individuals with disabilities.

Ensure that there are flat and wide walkways that lead to all major areas. Install ramps alongside any major stairs. You can even work with a disability advocate or consultant to make sure there are no accessibility obstacles that you haven’t thought of.