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Today, as every December 3rd, is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Therefore, we mark it on the calendar as a date that we, as a hotel chain, cannot miss.
HD Hotels & Resorts is part of this group of accommodations committed to accessibility, something that guarantees the absolute mobility of every one who come to enjoy a holiday at any of our hotels.
Accessible tourism in the Canary Islands is the ongoing endeavour to ensure tourist destinations, products and services are accessible to all people, regardless of their physical limitations, disabilities or age. It encompasses publicly and privately owned tourist locations.
All our establishments are perfectly designed to offer not only mobility alternatives, but also ease and comfort so that all of our clients can benefit from essential things such as the following:
Accessible shower: all HD Hotels & Resorts have easily accessible showers, ideal for relaxing after a day of sunshine and fun.
The tourist sector in the Canary Islands has gained fame over the years. This fact that does not only come directly from its climate and spectacular landscapes, but from an incomparable characteristic where the main hotel chains offer the best services and the best customer service that can be found in Europe.
A tourism that is on the rise, where the digitalization and centralization of services is making happy millions of tourists who choose the Canary Islands as the place to live their holidays.
Tourists travelling to the Canary Islands do not belong to a single profile. The type of people who visit the archipelago each year is diverse: different countries, languages, cultures and above all, conditions.
Accessible tourism in the Canary Islands enables people with access requirements, including mobility, vision, hearing and cognitive dimensions of access, to function independently and with equity and dignity through the delivery of universally designed tourism products, services and environments.
No one should miss the Fortunate Islands, regardless of their condition. What are you waiting for to enjoy the eternal summer on this magical archipelago?