India Hotels Will be More Accessible Next Year

In a move that may be great news to some of your less mobile clients, India’s Tourism Ministry has mandated that all hotels classifed between one and five stars provide basic access for physically challenged people.

According to the report in the Hindustan Times, the hotels must comply by September 2010.

All hotels higher than ground plus two floors will have to have a 24x7 lift and where local laws do not permit this, establishments will have to provide "easy access for differently abled guests," say the new guidelines.

For more on the story, click here.

Suggested Articles:

Destination Trinidad is looking to increase the available authentic experience for cruisers, while also developing skill across the tourism sector.

According to an update from the State Department, Hong Kong is now at Level 2: Exercise Increased Caution “due to civil unrest.”

Curaçao Marriott Beach Resort reopens with 336 newly designed rooms, numerous bars and restaurants, a cigar lounge, family pool and more.