Accomable, the UK-based company that specialises in finding accommodation for elderly and disabled travellers, has secured a major new partnership with Carlson Rezidor.
Under the new agreement, more than 100 of Carlson Rezidor’s hotels in the Asia Pacific region will be made available on Accomable’s global website.
The platform aims to provide comprehensive information to travellers with limited mobility, including listings on adapted hotels and vacation rental properties, accessible attractions, and other important destination content.
Further Carlson Rezidor hotels will be added to Accomable’s listings as and when they open.
“I am pleased that our partnership with Accomable has gotten off on a strong and encouraging start. Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group’s focus on improving the lives of our communities is one of the integral ‘Responsible Business’ pillars that we constantly support. We are guided by the Carlson credo, and this initiative demonstrates our commitment and dedication in caring and catering for the specially-abled at our hotels,” said Thorsten Kirschke, Carlson Rezidor’s president for Asia Pacific.
Srin Madipalli, Accomable’s CEO & co-founder, said he believed that his customers would welcome Carlson Rezidor hotels’ “accessible guestroom features, excellent service and… standards that assure safety and comfort”.
The deal is a major boost for Accomable’s portfolio, which currently comprises just over 600 properties in over 60 countries. The company is planning to more than double this collection to 1,500 properties by the end of the year.