It may be your last. The Americans With Disabilities Act requires that hotel owners install lifts (for disabled people, in case you hadn't figured that out). If they don't, $55,000 fine. If they do, $10,000 to $20,000 for the lift and installation. Which, of course, will be rarely used. So what will most likely happen? Hotels will close their pools.
Maybe be you should have the right, in your own hotel, to decide who your clientele is likely to be, and make business decisions based on that. At least in a free country.
Cato Institute has more.