POLICY LINKS AND DISCLAIMERS
PETIT HOTEL SCCL, is not responsible for the content of websites to which users may access through the links established in their websites and declares that in no case shall examine or will exercise any control over the contents of other pages on the web.
Also, does not guarantee the technical availability, accuracy, reliability, validity or legality of pages outside your property which can be accessed through the links.
PETIT HOTEL SCCL, declares that it has taken all necessary measures to avoid any damage that may arise from browsing its web pages. Consequently, PETIT HOTEL SCCL, will not be liable in any way for any damage that the user may suffer due to Internet browsing.
PETIT HOTEL SCCL, is not liable for damages of any kind caused to the user due to bearing errors or disconnections in telecommunications networks that produce the suspension, cancellation or interruption of service of the site while providing the same or prior.
Access to the site: https://petit-hotel.net, does not imply any obligation on the company to ensure the absence of viruses or other harmful elements. It is up to the user, in any case, the availability of adequate tools for the detection and disinfection of harmful computer programs.
PETIT HOTEL SCCL, is not responsible for damage to computer equipment, documents and / or files or third parties during the service Portal.
Web: https://petit-hotel.net, will be able to host advertising or sponsored content. Advertisers and sponsors will be the only responsible for ensuring that material submitted for inclusion on the Website complies with laws in each case can be applied.
PETIT HOTEL SCCL, reserves the right to make any changes it deems appropriate, without notice, to the content of their websites, in terms of content websites to their terms and conditions or general conditions of contract. These modifications may be made through their websites in any way permissible by law and must be complied with during the time they are published on the web and until they are modified by others later.
The rights of intellectual property derived from all text, images, as well as the ways and means of presentation and assembly of its pages belong to, by themselves or as an assigned, to PETIT HOTEL SCCL, They will, therefore, works protected by copyright law and Spanish were able to apply both the Spanish and EU regulations in this field, such as international treaties on the matter and signed by Spain, Royal Decree-Law 1/1996 and following modifications; Directive (EU) 2019/790 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 17th 2019 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market.
All rights reserved. In compliance with the Law on Intellectual, the reproduction, distribution, public communication and use of all or part of the contents of their websites without the explicit consent of, PETIT HOTEL SCCL. Are prohibited.
Also, PETIT HOTEL SCCL, reserves the right to file civil or criminal actions it deems appropriate for the misuse of their web pages and content or for breach of these conditions.
CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE LSSI-CE AND PROTECTION OF DATA
For the adaptation of the web https://petit-hotel.net, PETIT HOTEL SCCL has been advised in the regulations of data protection and electronic commerce by GRUP QUALIA. For that reason, PETIT HOTEL SCCL has been given a digital certificate to expose on their website.
LEGAL ACTIONS, APPLICABLE LEGISLATION AND JURISDICTION
The relationship between the user and PETIT HOTEL SCCL, shall be governed by Spanish legislation and will be competent to decide any dispute that may arise between the user and PETIT HOTEL SCCL, the courts or tribunals of the town of BARCELONA.
In that sense according to the ruling of October the 1st 2019 The Grand Chamber or the European Court of Justice and according to the AEPD’s Guide, of July 2020 our cookies’ policy informs the User about the time these cookies will remain active in the user’s terminal computer and about the possibility that third persons have access to the information which these store. This ruling changes the art. 5, part 3 of the Directive 2002/58 for the Directive 2009/136.
Following this ruling and the AEPD’s Guide of July 2020, the User has the possibility to accept or refuse explicitly the cookies’ use and to receive more information about them. Additionally the User has the possibility to customize his browser in such a way that will be informed about cookies reception. However to access to PETIT HOTEL SCCL’s website the cookies’ installation is not perceptive.
The user compromises on abstaining of reproducing, copying, making available or whatever other way of public communication, changing or modifying the contents, without the authorization of the owner of the corresponding rights or this is legally permitted.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
In accordance with the provisions of the General Regulation-EU-2016/679 of the Parliament and the Council of Europe for the Protection of Personal Data, approved on April 27th, 2016, and the OLPPD-3/2018, Guarantee of Digital Rights, the Law 34/2002 of Services of the Society of Information and Electronic Commerce and the Law 9/2014 General of Telecommunications 9 May 9t PETIT HOTEL SCCL, informs users of their websites that we are required to keep professional secrecy about personal data collected by the company through the forms located on its pages, This obligation will continue even after we have completed our commercial or contractual relationship, and in no case we can make public the personal data of visitors and customers to the web without their consent. Children under 16 must arrange give their consent for a store to collect and process their personal data; only your legal representatives (parents or guardians) are the ones who can do it on your behalf. Those businesses that need to process data of children under 16 must have the means to obtain the consent of their parents or guardians, for example, by means of an email message addressed to one of them that contains a link to an electronic form. Children under 14 years of age must arrange be asked for information about the family environment, the only exception being the identification and contact details of the parents or tutors.