Hotels support Disabled Access Day

Find an accessible room on Disabled Access Day

Find an accessible room on Disabled Access Day

Travellers with disabilities are being encouraged to get out and stay somewhere new on Disabled Access Day this weekend.

Saturday 12 March is Disabled Access Day, a nationwide event to inspire disabled people to visit somewhere with friends and/or family. The campaign encourages this visit to be somewhere that they’ve never been before whether this be a coffee shop or a different country.

Access All Rooms is a booking website that helps travellers with disabilities find and book accessible rooms in hotels when they’re travelling. They are encouraging hotels and disabled guests to take part in the day.

To celebrate Disabled Access Day, Access All Rooms is encouraging everybody to take the step towards a new adventure and book the trip of a lifetime. Whether this be for shopping in New York or sunbathing in Spain, the site can help travellers identify rooms that will meet their needs. Hotels can support travellers with disabilities by promoting their accessible rooms more prominently.

James Price, Managing Director of Access All Rooms, said, “I am delighted to be supporting Disabled Access Day and hope that our hotel offering inspires holiday-makers to visit one of our accessible rooms in Morocco, South Africa or even Malta to celebrate this fantastic day.”

Access All Rooms understands the struggle that can come with trying to visit somewhere new when guests have extra access requirements. This is why the website hosts a unique global rating system, Global Access Award Scheme (GAAS) which works as a 5 tier rating display based on how readily accessible the hotel is. Gradings and listings include an accessible content database for the entire hotel, including access into and around the hotel or resort. The site also includes photos of adapted bedrooms and bathrooms.

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