Find Accessible Lodging with Hotelscom now has a search filter that finds hotels with various accessibility features to narrow your results.  So folks who are preparing to travel and looking for a hotel that they can access with their wheelchair, for example, will be able to do so with ease.  This also means that people with disabilities can take advantage of the same kinds of bargains and reviews offered to the general public when trying to find a hotel.Accessibility Features search filter on Hotels.comYou can search for hotels under the following accessibility filters:Accessibility equipment for the deafAccessible bathroomAccessible path of travelBraille or raised signageHandicapped parkingIn-room accessibilityRoll-in showerBy utilizing this search filter, I can see that 34 hotels in Indianapolis currently offer accessible bathrooms, accessible path of entry, and in-room accessibility (see image below).Search results imageNow I can go through the list and determine which hotel I would prefer to stay at, knowing that they will be accessible to me and my individual needs.Try it out for yourself at!Share this…TwitterFacebookPinterestLinkedInEmailPrint RelatedTravel Series: Accessibility and DisneyDecember 1, 2010In “Accessibility Reviews”ATU326 – Accessibility at the Smithsonian with Beth Ziebarth Director of The Smithsonian Institution’s Accessibility ProgramAugust 25, 2017In “Assistive Technology Update”ATU303 – National Park Accessibility Update with Ray Bloomer, Director of Education & Technical Assistance for the National Center on Accessibility | www.ncaonline.orgMarch 17, 2017In “Assistive Technology Update”last_img

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