An example of their work can be seen on the development of a short and punchy film about the W Hotel in London. Here the presenter and Paralympian Ade Adepitan takes a look around the facilities available for wheelchair users at the property. It includes some text about the 'vital statistics' (widths and heights) of equipment to enable potential guests to know what to expect before they book or travel. An audio-described version of the film is also available here.
Another example of how this can be achieved is by Mortons House Hotel at Corfe Castle in Dorset, who included their accessible rooms in the main hotel video.
Or perhaps by a disabled visitor filming and feeding back to camera about their experience - as is the case with Winford Manor Hotel near Bristol, which gives another perspective of what 'accessible' might mean for some guests, and can be viewed here.
All of these are welcome additions for anyone planning to stay away from home if they have a disability. Perhaps you've come across a video that gets the message across about access. Do get in touch with me if you'd like to share it?