Stansted Radisson Blu recognised for work with disabled

Hotel News - 28/03/2013

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A major Stansted hotel has been recognised for its work with the disabled.

According to a Herts and Essex Observer report issued on Wednesday, the Radisson Blu Stansted was presented with the Gold 'Access Excellence' prize at the M&IT Awards at the weekend. Officials said that the property has shown “excellence beyond compliance” through its regular accommodation for disabled persons.

Disabled charity groups regularly hold conferences and family away days in the hotel’s facilities, according to the report. The property features 500 bedrooms and 25 meeting rooms and the Essex Suite, which can accommodate up to 400 guests.

The property’s general manger Fergus O’Donovan said upon accepting the award at the Battersea Evolution that the hotel’s staff are “passionate” about the creation of bespoke events in order to meet the needs of customers. He added that all of the property’s staff are specially trained to be able to provide top-notch service to disabled guests and visitors.

Mr O’Donovan went on to add that the recognition was particularly special because it came from industry peers from across the UK.

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