Lemon Tree launches universally accessible hotels in Gurugram
May 12, 2017
Hotel company The Lemon Tree launched hotels in Gurugram that are designed on the principles of universal design.
These hotels allow people of different abilities to access all areas of the hotel with ease. There are specially designed room and multiple suites as well.
Lemon Tree are not only 100% accessible for people of all abilities, but are also run by a special team. 12 to 15% of the hotel staff is made up of people with disabilities and there is also a similar percentage of persons from the economically and socially disadvantaged segments.
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