Hospitality accessibility guide Blue Badge Style has won the European Investment Bank Institute's social innovation tournament for its pictoral access descriptions (PADs).
It won the special category prize: Urban Environment for the PADs aimed at less physically able visitors to hotels, restaurants and bars.
The award, which includes £20,000 prize money, comes as Blue Badge Style has completed a PAD for D&D London's South Place hotel.
Blue Badge Style founder Fiona Jarvis said: "Hotels, bars and restaurants are at the forefront of changing attitudes to disability by making it easier for people to enjoy a stylish social life.
"Many often forget that people with mobility issues need to check out a hotel, restaurant or bar online before they go, but it's often very difficult to work out what the obstacles will be for a particular disability. For example, a walking stick user will want to know if there's a handrail on the stairs, while a wheelchair user needs to know whether there is a ramp.
"It's all about knowing what to expect in advance. Blue Badge Style's PADs enable potential customers to make an informed choice and ensure they have a good time."