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"Nowhere in the travel industry is there as much confusion and outright controversy as over what constitutes an accessible room. Despite the ADA, each hotel seems to have its own definition of accessibility."
— fodors.com, April 2004
Mission Statement: LEVEL TRAVEL's mission is to provide disabled and mature travelers with the most geographically comprehensive, objective, and independently assessed accessibility information on travel and tourist destinations in the United States. LEVEL TRAVEL empowers individuals with the resources they need to make informed travel decisions, so they can spend more time focusing on the purpose of their travel rather than on their accessibility needs.

LEVEL TRAVEL has developed a comprehensive rating system that assesses the level of disability access provided by hotels and restaurants in the United States. This proprietary rating system, the LEVEL RATINGS, focuses primarily on the needs of three major groups of travelers: those with mobility impairments, those with sensory impairments (either vision or hearing loss), and mature travelers (over the age of 55). The numeric rating system serves as a guide for those travelers who either require, or significantly benefit from, a certain level of accessible accommodation in their travels. It removes the tremendous amount of uncertainty and confusion that travelers are currently faced with when they visit a city and need to find establishments that meet their needs.

 

MEDIA COVERAGE

Here's what some of the leading media outlets in the U.S. have written about us

Businesses Compete for Boomer Bucks - AARP Bulletin June 2004

Assessing Accessibility - Dallas Morning News July 2004

$10,000 Business Plan Challenge - Aging Today July 2004

Panel Backs Better Access for Diners - Dallas Morning News May 2005

 

We have also been featured in other industry publications such as theMatureMarket.com and the Boomer / Senior Market Report (by Mary Furlong)

 

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