Hotel Ramada starts accessible tourism initiative for blind people in Ajmer
March 2, 2018
Top hotel group, Hotel Ramada, has launched an accessible tourism initiative in Ajmer. Its called Blind Faith Upgrade. In this initiative, any room can be transformed into a room that is accessible for people who are blind or have low vision.
The initiative has been conceptualized in partnership with Isobar India. There are Braille enabled phone-keys in the hotel, Braille literature, audio assist, and reusable tactile paving for blind and low vision tourists who travel to Ajmer.
Hotel Ramada says that the Blind Faith Upgrade initiative fits into their vision. Their aim is to deliver accessible tourism to everyone. They are urging other companies in the tourism industry to adopt similar steps.
The solution adopted is one that will allow any hotel to transform any of its rooms into a comfortable, convenient place of stay for tourists who are blind or have low vision.
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