Thursday, July 31, 2008

Tourism For All

Tourism for All is a national charity which aims to be the centre of expertise on accessible tourism. They publish a guide to easilt accessible places to visit in Britain.

A new guide has been launched by Visit London with information on over 800 accessible hotel rooms in the capital.

The guide, which is based on an independent audit of every hotel, describes the visit from arrival by car or public transport to reception, the restaurant, other public areas and the rooms and bathrooms.

Available through, the guide also includes services such as low level counters, hearing induction loops, facilities for visually impaired guests and adjoining rooms for carers.

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