During her pregnancy, your mother chose to stay at Hotels with no stairs. Hotels equipped with stairs pay higher insurance policies than their stainless counterparts. They make clients sweat with their luggage. The client may even trip on the stairs and end their stay (with negative recollections). Nevertheless when we talk about accessibility in hotels people only think of wheelchairs.
Ask your grandmother how many steps she is willing to climb, three times a day, to get to the restaurant. Complicating clients stays is not intelligent. We like intelligent hotels, those who avoid “coffee for all” and diversify their services.
Showers use much less water than baths, it is much less likely to slip dramatically in them and they are more accessible to less agile clients. One even sings easier in them.
There are 400 million people who cannot use a computer, who cannot surf internet easily and only one in a thousand web sites are accessible. How can these people choose like you and I their holiday destination, which is the first step when choosing a hotel?
NATIVE introduces these and other parameters in its work philosophy. You can use this web even though you may not be able to see the screen, touch the key board or speak to the computer. because even though you may not be able to see, touch or speak you can browse the internet by blowing into the microphone. This is not magic, it is technology for the people who need it and it is time to make use of it.