The Aparthotel Adagio Frankfurt City Messe is one of the chosen facilities in the Hessian metropolis, which is allowed to bear the label “Travel for All” thanks to its concept on accessibility.
Frankfurt am Main, 27 August 2020
Germany is a popular tourist destination, rich in culture, wildly romantic nature, and historical sites. However, more and more people depend on accessible travel. Whether because of age or physical limitations. But families with strollers and pregnant women also benefit from accessible services.
Only Five German Cities With Certificate
Accessible tourist cities must have special offers for people with visual, walking or hearing disabilities or cognitive impairments. Within Germany, only five cities are allowed to call themselves accessible tourist cities. These include Frankfurt a. M., Bremerhaven, Erfurt, Dortmund and Vreden. The certificate was presented to Thomas Feda, Managing Director of Tourismus+Congress GmbH Frankfurt (TCF), by the Hessian Minister of Economics Dr. Philipp Nimmermann on Wednesday, 26 August 2020.
In addition to the Aparthotel Adagio Frankfurt City Messe, which is operated by the Success Hotel Group, several museums, sights, restaurants and accommodation facilities received a certificate.
Accessible Accommodation at the Aparthotel Adagio Frankfurt City Messe
The Aparthotel Adagio Frankfurt City Messe has been awarded the certificate “Accessibility verified” by the test centre, partly accessible for people with walking disabilities and partly accessible for wheelchair users.
It has eight accessible rooms: 3 two-room apartments and 5 studios. All rooms are on the same level as the front desk and the breakfast area. The facilities are specially adapted to wheelchair users and people with disabilities, e.g. with undercover beds or threshold-free showers.