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H10 Hotels becomes first to adopt disabled tourism site AccessAllRooms

Hotel chain H10 Hotels has become the first hotel chain to sign up to (AAR), joining the likes of Preferred Hotel Group and Small Luxury Hotels of the World who have an ever growing inventory on AAR.

AAR is a hotel booking website that specialises in allowing both disabled and non-disabled customers to search globally for all available room types including fully accessible rooms. The site is the first to incorporate a free online access rating scheme, the Global Access Award Scheme , which provides information on accessible rooms and hotels.

Established in the early 1980s, H10 Hotels started small operating in Spain’s main holiday destinations. Today, the firm has over 40 hotels in 16 destinations continues to expand across Europe and the Caribbean. This new partnership with AAR has already confirmed the following H10 Hotels; H10 Casanova, H10 Berlin Ku’damm, H10 Roma Città, H10 London Waterloo, H10 Art Gallery and H10 Andalucia Plaza and there are plans to include more hotels in the future.

Belen Naranjo from H10 Hotels commented: “We are really excited to start working with AAR and collaborating with them to provide customers with our range of accessible rooms. Initially we will be offering hotels in Barcelona, Berlin, London, Rome and Marbella, but we hope to increase our participating hotels as we continue to work with AAR.”

James Price, founder and managing director of Access All Rooms, said: “We are very excited about H10 Hotels joining Access All Rooms and are delighted that this prestigious company has recognised the importance of marketing and selling their accessible product. We are thrilled that we are now able to offer our customers rooms within H10 Hotels and we look forward to working together.”

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