The Association of Siamese Architects (ASA) has urged hotel business owners to improve services and facilities with a universal design concept in order to cope with the ageing society.
A relaxing corner at the A-One Hotel in Pattaya. In 2010, the hotel won acclaim from the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security for catering specially to handicapped guests.
Speaking at a recent seminar on "Hotel Business Development For Shining Market", organised by the Thai Hotels Association, the ASA's Building Safety Committee chairman Bundit Pradabsuk said universal design enables hotels and resorts to welcome all types of guests regardless of age, ability or size.
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