Abano Terme for disabled: holidays without barriers at Ermitage Bel Air
Where you can live a holiday without architectural barriers and enjoy all the services offered by a modern touristic structure? Ermitage Bel Air in Abano Terme answers to this need: it is an ideal place where benefits of treatments and spa for disabled are really accessible for everyone.
Ermitage Bel Air was recognized by Regione Veneto as an example of accessible tourism thanks also to the “For All” protocol: an international recognition obtained for the constant care of the structure in the realization of spaces available to everyone, without any distinctions. This prestigious prize was recognized also for the first class welcome towards people with disabilities, which has always been one of the greatest merit of the structure, and for the packages of services espressly thought for those with deambulation problems.
Thanks to a continuous collaboration with high-specialized professionists, Ermitage Bel Air offers the possibility to use elevators to access pools, hydromassages, special cabins for spa therapies and eight rooms at high accessibility. These structural details allow people with disabilities, and their families, to enjoy at 100% the relax granted by the hotel structure.
The most recent innovations implemented to improve the spa services for disabled
Abano terme for disabled: to make the holiday without barriers even more enjoyable, the Ermitage Bel Air staff put a great attention on every needs of the guests, by trying to daily improve serveces and packages offered. Among them there is the Eleonora Project: started in 2014, thanks to the direct collaboration with health centers and no-profit associations, Ermitage has made available a Suite room at high accessibility, completely for free, dedicated to people with serious motor disabilities and to their family. Among the purposes of this initiative, there is the desire to provide an high level assistance and rehabilitation service, by allowing families to spend a holiday without barriers with serenity.
To access to the Eleonora Project it is enough to send an email to the association “Il sogno di Eleonora” in which the physical condition, the occurred pathology, and the services needed are described in details. Those who are interested will be contacted later to verify if the characteristics of the package offered by the structure is compatible to the characteristics of the disabled person and to check if the occurred pathologies can find an actual benefit by using the rehabilitation services available in the structure.
This project further strengthens the social commitment of Ermitage Bel Air: to tear down the architectural barriers represents a first significant step to demolish an even bigger obstacle, the mistrust and fear that build distances between people.