Accomable partners with IHG to offer instant access to disabled-friendly rooms worldwide
LONDON – Accomable, a pioneering global platform for finding adapted hotels and vacation rentals for disabled and elderly people, has partnered with IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group), one of the world’s leading hotel companies, to showcase hundreds of accessible hotel rooms from across the global organisation’s portfolio.
Through the Accomable website, disabled and elderly travellers will be able to see and book accessible rooms at hotels from across IHG’s broad portfolio, which extends to more than 5000 properties worldwide, including iconic hotel brands – InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza.
IHG has always held the accessibility of its hotels to all guests as a key priority. Across the organisation, IHG has invested significantly to ensure IHG Hotels offer excellent disabled-friendly room adaptations and facilities, in addition to IHG standard quality benchmarks.
Currently featuring more than 700 specially adapted properties for disabled and elderly people in over 60 countries worldwide, Accomable anticipates this new partnership will see the number of accessible properties on their site grow to more than 2500 by the end of the year.
Srin Madipalli, CEO at Accomable, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be working with IHG. Having such a highly regarded major hotel group onboard will enable us to offer hundreds more options to our customers in key destinations across Europe.
“It’s brilliant news for any traveller with a mobility issue, who will soon be able to choose from specially adapted rooms across hundreds of IHG hotels, including some of the UK’s best known brands, the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza.
“Collaborating with major hotel brands is part of our focused strategy to ensure we can offer our customers the biggest range of quality, accessible holiday accommodation worldwide. We’re already working with the sector to improve accessibility to these properties.”