The operators of this site take the protection of your personal data very seriously. We treat your personal data confidentially and in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations.
Talgo Suites uses customer information exclusively for communication with the customer and for the occupancy overview of the hotel.
Data collection on this website
The processor of the information you submit via the TALGO SUITES Hotel Booking Form is referred to as the “Administrator” in the following.
The information you provide will not be stored in any database but only sent to the hotel manager via e-mail. The administrator has exclusive access to the form data. Your data will be used exclusively for booking and to communicate with you and will not shared with third parties.
By submitting the form, you agree to the above procedure.
What are cookies?
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While browsing the site, you have the option of accepting all or part of the cookies by usage category.
How cookies are used
On this website we use the following types of cookies:
Advertising cookies (Facebook pixels for Facebook and Instagram ads, Google Adwords)
By this tracking of user behaviour and interests on websites, we can personalize the ads displayed. For example, cookies help to display our ads to the best possible audience and to inform users about our news and promotions.
Statistics Cookies (Google Analytics, Facebook Analytics)
User data and preferences are anonymously collected by the above companies and do not identify individuals, but only a percentage. The only information stored in cookies refers to the behavior of the user on the website. Under no circumstances will we log personal information from visitors and we also can not recognize them as individuals, either in the natural or in the digital world.
The user can change the browser settings to block some or all of the cookies, or visit the corresponding pages in the registered networks to update them and make the appropriate blocking settings: