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Terms & Conditions

General Conditions

General Terms & Conditions

Check-in time is from 15:00
Check-out time is by 11:00.
Smoking is not allowed in the hotel.
Pets are not allowed in the hotel.
One child up to 2 years may share their parent’s room at no extra charge. A baby cot is available upon request.
All rates include 6% VAT. Room rates exclude €2,75 city tax per person per night. Taxes and value added tax are subject to change without notice according to local law.

Payment policy

A valid credit card is required at time of booking. Two days prior to arrival the full reservation value will be charged to the credit card provided at the time of booking. If the card declines, the hotel reserves the right to cancel the full booking. Special offers and discounted rate have different payment policies. Please check at the time of booking.The credit card provided at the time of booking must be provided upon check-in and the card holder must be present with a matching government-issued ID unless a third party authorization form has been submitted to the hotel in advance. Upon arrival a €150 cash deposit or credit card pre-authorization will be required as a deposit or room guarantee.

Cancellation policy

Individual bookings: Cancellation must be received before 23:59 (CET/CEST) three days prior to arrival. If the reservation is received later than the required date, or in case of no show, the full reservation value will be charged. Special offers and discounted rates have different cancellation policies. Please check at the time of booking.

Group bookings: Bookings of 5 rooms or more are considered group bookings and require full payment of the full reservation value at the time of booking. In the event of cancellation or no show, the full reservation value will be charged as cancellation fee, unless otherwise agreed in writing.

Information on the website

The content on the Beachhouse Hotel website is intended for informational purposes only. We pay utmost attention to keeping this website as current, correct and complete as possible. Yet it is possible that information is not accurate or outdated. The content of this website is therefore not legally binding.

 

Feedback or complaints

Beachhouse Hotel aims to continuously improve the services to its guest. Complaints or feedback will be used to improve services with the purpose of resolving disputes and reforming policies and procedures. The following procedure is established to ensure that complaint will be dealt with in an efficient and confidential manner.

When you have any feedback or complaints about our services please follow the requirements as follows:

  1. Any complaint can be issued by a guest of Beachhouse Hotel.
  2. Your first point of contact for feedback or complaints should be our reception desk. Our aim is to resolve issues as soon as possible, prior to your departure so you can ultimately enjoy your stay.
  3. The next step is to submit a formal complaint letter by e-mail to info@beachhousehotel.nl to investigate the matter independently.
  4. Please enclose in your feedback or complaint:
  • Details on your reservation as well as your full contact details.
  • Describe your complaint clearly and accurately.
  • Be specific with respect to the reasons for which you are filling a complaint.
  • Mention your expectations clearly, in regards to the resolution of the issue

Response timeframes in complaints handling

If there is no immediate solution for your complaint, its investigation will go through the following timeframes:

  • Acknowledgement of your complaint within 2 working days of receipt.
  • Your complaint will be addressed within 15 working days. A relevant response will be sent immediately.
  • On rare occasions where more time is required for the proper and detailed investigation of your complaint, an extension period will be requested in writing. In our letter, besides any additional information that we may request, we will inform you of our actions taken so far and any further actions required for the completion of the investigation.
  • Our aim is to ensure that you receive our final response within 10 working days from the time of the extension notification or the receipt of any extra information requested from you.

Status update request
Should you wish to request an update at any stage of the complaint investigation, you can do so by contacting the hotel.

Uniform Conditions for the Hotel and Catering Industry (UVH)

The Uniform Conditions for the Hotel and Catering Industry (UVH) apply to all reservations and transactions. The UVH are registered with the Districts Court and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in The Hague. In case of discrepancies between The Uniform Conditions for the Hotel and Catering Industry (UVH) and the General Terms & Conditions, the latter shall prevail.

Uniform Condition for the Hotel and Catering Industry (UHV)

The Uniform Condition for the Hotel and Catering Industry (UHV) apply on all our bookings.

The Uniform Conditions for the Hotel and Catering Industry (UVH) are the terms and conditions on which catering establishments set up in the Netherlands, such as hotels, restaurants, bars and related businesses (including catering firms, party service firms, etc.), provide catering services and enter into catering agreements. The UVH are registered with the District Court and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in The Hague.

Clause 1 – Definitions

In the UVH and in the offers and agreements to which the UVH applies, the words below shall have the

meanings assigned to them in this clause.

1.1 Catering Establishment

The natural person or legal entity or partnership which is in the business of providing hotel and/or

catering services and is a member of Koninklijke Horeca Nederland (Dutch trade association for hotel

and catering industry).

1.2 Host

Whoever represents a Catering Establishment in entering into and carrying out catering agreements.

1.3 Provision of Catering Services

The provision by a Catering Establishment of accommodation and/or food and/or drink and/or the

supplying of halls and/or rooms and/or grounds, all these with all the associated work and services, and

all in the broadest sense of the word.

1.4 Customer

The natural person or legal entity or partnership which has entered into an agreement with a Catering

Establishment.

1.5 Guest

The natural person(s) entitled to one or more Catering Services based on a catering agreement entered

into with the Customer. Wherever the UVH speak of Guest, or Customer, this refers to both Guest and

Customer, unless it is clear from the content and implication of the clause that only one of the two can

be intended.

1.6 Catering Agreement

An agreement between a Catering Establishment and a Customer involving one or more Catering

Services to be provided by the Catering Establishment at a price to be paid by the Customer. The term

Reservation is sometimes used in place of the term Catering Agreement.

1.7 Hotel Establishment

The Catering Establishment where the provision of Catering Services consists mainly or exclusively of

supplying accommodation.

1.8 Restaurant Establishment

The Catering Establishment where the provision of Catering Services consists mainly or exclusively of

supplying food and accompanying drink.

1.9 Bar Establishment

The Catering Establishment where the provision of Catering Services consists mainly or exclusively of

supplying drink.

1.10 Room Rental Establishment

The Catering Establishment where the provision of Catering Services consists mainly or exclusively of

providing rooms or halls.

1.11 Reservation Value (the value of the Catering Agreement)

The total expected turnover of the Catering Establishment including service charges, (tourist tax) and

VAT relating to a Catering Agreement concluded with a Customer, which expected turnover is based on

the averages applicable to that Catering Establishment.

1.12 Koninklijk Horeca Nederland

Het Koninklijk Verbond van Ondernemers in het Horeca- en Aanverwante Bedrijf (The Royal

Association of Businesses in the Catering and Related Industries) known as “Horeca Nederland” or any

legal successor to this.

1.13 Cancellation

The written notice by the Customer to the Catering Establishment that one or more of the agreed

Catering Services is no longer required in part or in full, or the written notice by the Catering

Establishment to the Customer that one or more of the agreed Catering Services shall no longer be

provided in part or in full.

1.14 No-show

The failure of a Guest, without prior Cancellation, to make use of one of the Catering Services provided

on the basis of a Catering Agreement.

1.15 Group

A group of 10 or more persons entitled to one or more Catering Services from a Catering Establishment

under the terms of a Catering Agreement or more than one agreement regarded as connected.

1.16 Individual

Every person that does not form part of a Group as defined above.

1.17 Goods

All Goods, including money, valuables and papers of value.

1.18 Corkage

The price charged when drink not provided by a Catering Establishment is consumed on the premises of

that Catering Establishment.

1.19 Food Charge

The price charged when food not provided by a Catering Establishment is consumed on the premises of

that Catering Establishment.

1.20 Turnover Guarantee

A written declaration from the Customer that the Catering Establishment will realise a certain minimum

turnover from one or more Catering Agreements.

Clause headings are used exclusively for reference purposes. No rights may be derived from these.

Clause 2 – Scope

2.1 The UVH apply to the making and content of all Catering Agreements, as well as all offers relating to

the making of such Catering Agreements, to the exclusion of all other general terms and conditions. If

other general terms and conditions besides these are actually in force, the UVH shall prevail where any

conflict arises.

2.2 Departure from the UVH is only possible if set down in writing and on a case by case basis.

2.3 The UVH also cover all natural persons and legal entities which the Catering Establishment uses or has

used in concluding and/or carrying out a Catering Agreement or a different agreement or in running the

Catering Establishment.

2.4 Once the UVH have been declared legally applicable to a certain Catering Agreement, then the latest

valid version of the UVH is considered to apply to all subsequent Catering Agreements between the

same parties, unless agreed otherwise in writing.

Clause 3 – The making of Catering Agreements

3.1 A Catering Establishment can at any time and for any reason refuse to enter into a Catering Agreement,

except where such a refusal is based purely on one or more of the grounds specified in Clause 429 of

the Criminal Code (discrimination).

3.2 All offers presented by a Catering Establishment in connection with the making of a Catering

Agreement are without obligation and conditional “on the supply (or capacity) being adequate”. If the

Catering Establishment invokes the said restriction within a period which can be considered reasonable

in the circumstances following the Customer’s acceptance of the offer then the intended Catering

Agreement shall be considered not to be made.

3.3 If the Catering Establishment has granted the Customer (option holder) a right of first refusal, this right

cannot be revoked, except if and insofar as another potential Customer makes an offer to the Catering

Establishment to enter into a Catering Agreement concerning all or part of the Catering Services due in

the option. In that case, the option holder must be informed of this offer by the Catering Establishment,

whereupon the option holder must state whether or not he wishes to take up the right of first refusal.

If the option holder does not give notice that he wishes to take up the right of first refusal then this right

shall lapse. A right of first refusal can only be granted in writing.

3.4 Catering Agreements for one or more Guests entered into by intermediaries (shipbrokers, travel

agencies, other Catering Establishments, etc.), whether or not in the name of their business

connection(s), shall be considered to be concluded partly for account and risk of this intermediary. The

Catering Establishment shall not owe any commission or percentage, by whatever name, to the

intermediary unless specifically agreed otherwise in writing. Payment by the Guest of the whole or part

of the amount due shall release the intermediary to the same extent.

Clause 4 – General obligations of the Catering Establishment

4.1 The obligations specified in this clause apply to every Catering Establishment. All obligations arising

from the special nature of the Catering Establishment and the type of Catering Services to be performed

are contained in the following clauses.

4.2 In the event that the special regulation referred to in Clauses 5 et seq. is at variance with a general

stipulation in sub-clauses 4.3 – 4.7, the special regulation shall apply.

4.3 Under the terms of the Catering Agreement, the Catering Establishment is, without prejudice to the

stipulations in the following clauses, bound to provide the agreed Catering Services at the agreed times

in the manner, customary in that Catering Establishment.

4.4 The obligation mentioned in Clause 4.3 does not apply:

in the event of force majeure on the side of the Catering Establishment as defined in Clause 15;
if the Guest fails to arrive or arrives more than half an hour late;
if the Customer’s payment of the guarantee deposit/interim payment referred to in Clause 10 is not
made in good time;

if the Customer fails to provide a Turnover Guarantee in good time, despite a request to do so;
if the Customer in any other way fails to fulfil all his obligations towards the Catering Establishment
in whatever respect.

4.5 The Catering Establishment is not obliged to accept and/or take into safe keeping any property of the

Guest.

4.6 If the Catering Establishment makes any charge to the Guest for accepting Goods and/or taking Goods

into safe keeping, the Catering Establishment is obliged to take reasonable care of those Goods, without

prejudice to the stipulations in Clause 12.

4.7 The Catering Establishment is never obliged to admit any domestic animal belonging to the Guest and

may attach conditions to such admission.

Clause 5 – Obligations of the Hotel Establishment

5.1 The Hotel Establishment is during the agreed period obliged to provide the Guest with accommodation

of the standard customary in that hotel, subject to the stipulations in the third sub-clause.

5.2 The Hotel Establishment must also be able to provide the associated Catering Services customary in

that hotel and to supply the facilities customary there.

5.3 The accommodation should be available to the Guest from 14.00 hours on the day of arrival until 12

noon on the day of departure.

5.4 The Hotel Establishment should hang or affix or deposit the house rules in a clearly visible place for the

information of the Guest, or hand over the house rules in writing to the Guest. The Guest is obliged to

observe the house rules.

5.5 The Hotel Establishment is entitled to terminate the provision of Catering Services to a Guest at any

time without prior notice if the Guest repeatedly breaks the house rules, or otherwise behaves in such a

way that the order and peace and quiet in the Catering Establishment and/or the normal running of the

place may be or is disturbed. In that case the Guest must leave the hotel at the first request. The Hotel

Establishment may only exercise this right if the nature and seriousness of the breaches of the house

rules by the guest give sufficient cause, in the reasonable opinion of the Hotel Establishment.

5.6 Unless otherwise agreed, the Hotel Establishment is entitled to regard the reservation as cancelled if the

Guest has not checked in on the first day of the reservation by 18.00 hours, without prejudice to the

stipulations in Clause 9.

5.7 The Hotel Establishment is entitled to ask the Guest to accept accommodation that differs from what is

described in the Catering Agreement, except if such a request is clearly unreasonable and must be

considered obviously too inconvenient for the Guest. In the latter case, the Guest/Customer has the

right to cancel the Catering Agreement to which the afore mentioned request of the Catering

Establishment applies, with immediate effect, without prejudice to his obligations based on other

Catering Agreements. If the Catering Establishment saves money in the above circumstances by

providing accommodation that differs from what is described in the Catering Agreement, the Guest

and/or Customer is entitled to the amount that is saved. Beyond that the Catering Establishment shall

never be obliged to pay any compensation.

5.8 It is not permitted to use areas of the hotel including hotel room, public areas, breakfast room and outdoor spaces for commercial purposes such as photo shoots, events, recordings and other activities, outside the core activities of providing accommodation, without the approval of Beachhouse Hotel BV. Approval must be requested at least two weeks in advance and upon approval this will be recorded in an agreement with appropriate compensation for the use of the space. Beachhouse Hotel B.V. is at all times authorized to stop production if it is suspected that the space is being used for other purposes than agreed. For applications you can contact the Marketing department by mail info@beachhouse.nl

Clause 6 – Obligations of the Restaurant Establishment

6.1 The Restaurant Establishment is obliged to provide the Guest with the agreed facilities at the agreed

time and to supply the agreed food and drink in the quantity, quality and in the manner customary in

that restaurant.

6.2 If no food and drink are agreed in advance then the Restaurant Establishment shall on request provide

whatever food and drink is available at that moment, without prejudice to the other stipulations in

Clause 6.1.

6.3 The Restaurant Establishment is entitled to refrain from providing Catering Services or to terminate

these at any time if the Guest does not behave in a way that is fitting to the class and operation of that

restaurant. The Restaurant Establishment may, among other things, lay down rules concerning the

outward appearance of the Guest. The Guest must leave the restaurant at the first request.

6.4 If the Guest has not arrived by half an hour after the reserved time, the Restaurant Establishment may

consider the reservation cancelled, without prejudice to the stipulations in Clause 9.

Clause 7 – Obligations of the Bar Establishment

7.1 The Bar Establishment is obliged on request to provide the Guest with the drinks which it has in stock.

In addition, the Bar Establishment must be able to provide the Catering Services customary in that

establishment.

7.2 The Bar Establishment is entitled to refrain from providing Catering Services or to terminate these at

any time if the Guest does not behave in a way that is fitting to the class and operation of that bar. The

Bar Establishment may, among other things, lay down rules concerning the outward appearance of the

Guest. The Guest must leave the bar at the first request.

Clause 8 – Obligations of the Catering Establishment concerning room rental

8.1 The Catering Establishment is entitled to provide rooms that differ from what is described in the

Catering Agreement, except if such a request is clearly unreasonable and must be considered obviously

too inconvenient for the Guest. In the latter case, the Guest/Customer has the right to cancel the

Catering Agreement to which the afore mentioned request of the Catering Establishment applies, with

immediate effect, without prejudice to his obligations based on other Catering Agreements. If the

Catering Establishment saves money in the above circumstances by providing rooms that differ from

what is described in the Catering Agreement, the Guest and/or Customer is entitled to the amount that is

saved. Beyond that the Catering Establishment shall never be obliged to pay any compensation.

8.2 The Catering Establishment must in addition be able to provide the Guests with the Catering Services

customary in that establishment.

8.3 The Catering Establishment is entitled to refrain from providing Catering Services or to terminate these

at any time if the Guest does not behave in a way that is fitting to the class and operation of that

Catering Establishment. The Catering Establishment may, among other things, lay down rules

concerning the outward appearance of the Guest. The Guest must leave the Catering Establishment at

the first request.

8.4 The Catering Establishment is entitled, after consultation with the competent authorities locally, to

cancel the Catering Agreement on the grounds of justifiable fear that the public order may be disturbed.

If the Catering Establishment makes use of this power, then the Catering Establishment shall not be

liable to pay any compensation.

Clause 9 – Cancellations

9.1 Cancellation by Customers, general

9.1.1 The Customer is not entitled to cancel a Catering Agreement, unless he at the same time makes a

binding offer to pay the amounts fixed below. Every Cancellation is considered to include such an

offer. Such an offer is considered to be accepted if the Catering Establishment does not reject the offer

forthwith. Cancellation should take place in writing and be dated. The Customer cannot derive any

rights from a verbal Cancellation. The stipulations in Clause 9 apply without prejudice to the

stipulations in other clauses.

9.1.2 The Catering Establishment may inform the Customer at the latest one month before the first Catering

Service based on the relevant Catering Agreement is due to be provided that it will regard certain

Individuals as a Group. In that case all the conditions for Groups apply to those persons.

9.1.3 The stipulations in Clauses 13.1 and 14.6 also apply to Cancellations.

9.1.4 In the event of No-show, the Customer is in all cases required to pay the Reservation Value.

9.1.5 In the event that not all the agreed Catering Services are cancelled, the conditions below apply pro rata

to the Catering Services that are cancelled.

9.1.6 If one or more agreed Catering Services are completely or partly cancelled, the periods in the following

clauses shall be increased by 4 months, if the Reservation Value of the cancelled Catering Services

amounts to more than the correspondingly calculated value of the other Catering Services that the

Catering Establishment could have provided during the period in which the cancelled Catering Services

were to have been provided.

9.1.7 Any amounts which the Catering Establishment already owes to third parties at the time of Cancellation

based on the cancelled Catering Agreement must at all times be fully reimbursed by the Customer to the

Catering Establishment, provided the Catering Establishment has not acted unreasonably in entering

into the commitments in question. The amounts involved shall go towards a reduction of the

Reservation Value referred to in the following clauses.

9.2 Cancellation of hotel accommodation/lodgings

9.2.1 Groups

If a reservation for only hotel accommodation is made, either with or without breakfast, for a Group

then the following applies to the Cancellation of this reservation.

In case of Cancellation more than 3 months before the time when the first Catering Service should
be provided under the terms of the Catering Agreement, hereinafter called “the Commencement

Date”, the Customer is not obliged to make any payment to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 2 months before the Commencement Date, the Customer is
obliged to pay 15% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 1 month before the Commencement Date, the Customer is
obliged to pay 35% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 14 days before the Commencement Date, the Customer is
obliged to pay 60% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 7 days before the Commencement Date, the Customer is obliged
to pay 85% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation 7 days or less before the Commencement Date, the Customer is obliged to
pay 100% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

9.2.2 Individuals

If a reservation for only hotel accommodation is made, either with or without breakfast, for a one or

more Individuals then the following applies to the Cancellation of this reservation.

In case of Cancellation more than 1 month before the Commencement Date, the Customer is not
obliged to pay any money to Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 14 days before the Commencement Date, the Customer is
obliged to pay 15% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 7 days before the Commencement Date, the Customer is obliged
to pay 35% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 3 days before the Commencement Date, the Customer is obliged
to pay 60% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 48 hours before the Commencement Date, the Customer is
obliged to pay 85% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

In case of Cancellation 48 hours or less before the Commencement Date, the Customer is obliged
to pay 100% of the Reservation Value to the Hotel Establishment.

9.3 Cancellation of restaurant/table reservation

9.3.1 Groups

If a reservation for only a restaurant (table reservation) is made for a Group then the following applies

to the Cancellation of that reservation:

if a menu has been agreed:
in case of Cancellation more than 14 days before the reserved time no payment is due;
in case of Cancellation 14 days or less but more than 7 days before the reserved time the
Customer shall pay 25% of the Reservation Value;

in case of Cancellation 7 days or less before the reserved time the Customer shall pay 50% of
the Reservation Value;

in case of Cancellation 3 days or less before the reserved time the Customer shall pay 75% of
the Reservation Value.

if no menu has been agreed:
in case of Cancellation more than twice 24 hours before the reserved time no payment is due;
in case of Cancellation twice 24 hours or less before the reserved time the Customer shall pay
50% of the Reservation Value.

9.3.2 Individuals

If a reservation for only a restaurant (table reservation) is made for one or more Individuals then the

following applies to the Cancellation of that reservation:

if a menu has been agreed:
in case of Cancellation more than four times 24 hours before the reserved time no payment is
due;

in case of Cancellation four times 24 hours or less before the reserved time the Customer shall
pay 50% of the Reservation Value.

if no menu has been agreed:
in case of Cancellation more than twice 24 hours before the reserved time no payment is due;
in case of Cancellation twice 24 hours or less before the reserved time the Customer shall pay
50% of the Reservation Value.

9.4 Cancellation of other Catering Agreements

9.4.1 The following shall apply to the Cancellation of any reservations not covered by Clauses 9.2 and 9.3.

9.4.2 The Cancellation of a Reservation made for a group shall be subject to the following.

In case of Cancellation more than 6 months before the time when under the terms of the Catering
Agreement the first Catering Service should be provided, the Customer is not obliged to make any

payment to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 3 months before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay
10% of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 2 months before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay
15% of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 1 month before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay
35% of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 14 days before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay 60%
of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 7 days before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay 85%
of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation 7 days or less before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay 100% of
the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

9.4.3 The Cancellation of a Reservation made for one or more individuals shall be subject to the following.

In case of Cancellation more than 1 month before the time when under the terms of the Catering
Agreement the first Catering Service should be provided, the Customer is not obliged to make any

payment to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 14 days before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay 15%
of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 7 days before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay 35%
of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 3 days before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay 60%
of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation more than 24 hours before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay
85% of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

In case of Cancellation 24 hours or less before the said time, the Customer is obliged to pay 100%
of the Reservation Value to the Catering Establishment.

9.5 Cancellation by the Catering Establishment

9.5.1 The Catering Establishment is entitled to cancel a Catering Agreement subject to the following, unless

the Customer has given written notice within seven days after the signing of the said Catering

Agreement requiring the Catering Establishment to waive its powers to cancel the agreement, provided

that the Customer at the same time clearly states that he is also waiving his own powers to cancel the

agreement.

9.5.2 If the Catering Establishment cancels a Catering Agreement to provide food and accompanying drink,

the Clauses 9.1.1 and 9.3.2 apply correspondingly, transposing Customer and Catering Establishment.

9.5.3 If the Catering Establishment cancels a Catering Agreement other than the one referred to in Clause

9.5.2, then Clauses 9.1.1 and 9.2.2 apply correspondingly, transposing Customer and Catering

Establishment.

9.5.4 The Catering Establishment is at all times entitled to cancel a Catering Agreement, without being

obliged to pay the aforementioned amounts, if there are sufficient indications that the gathering to be

held in the Catering Establishment on the grounds of the Catering Agreement is of such a different

character from what might have been expected on the grounds of the Customer’s statement or on the

grounds of the capacity of the Customer or Guests, that the Catering Establishment would not have

concluded the agreement, if it had been aware of the actual nature of the gathering. If the Catering

Establishment exercises this right after the gathering in question has started, the Customer shall be

obliged to pay for the Catering Services provided up to that point in time, but the Customer’s obligation

to pay for the rest shall cease to apply. In such an event, the payment for the Catering Services

provided shall be calculated in proportion to the time the gathering was due to last.

9.5.5 Instead of exercising its right referred to in 9.5.4, the Catering Establishment is entitled to set additional

requirements for the course of the gathering in question. If there are sufficient indications that these

requirements are not being (or will not be) fulfilled, the Catering Establishment shall still be entitled to

exercise the right referred to in 9.5.4.

9.5.6 If and insofar as the Catering Establishment also acts as a tour operator in the legal sense, the following

shall apply with regard to travel agreements in the legal sense. The Catering Establishment may change

an essential point in the travel agreement, owing to important circumstances that are immediately

reported to the Customer. The Catering Establishment may also change a non-essential point in the

travel agreement, owing to important circumstances that are immediately reported to the Customer. Up

to twenty days before the commencement of travel, the Catering Establishment may increase the cost of

the trip in connection with changes in the cost of transport, including fuel costs, the levies that are due,

or the applicable exchange rates. If the traveller refuses to accept any such change, the Catering

Establishment may cancel the travel agreement.

Clause 10 – Guarantee deposit and interim payment

10.1 The Catering Establishment can at any time require the Customer to deposit or arrange to have

deposited with the Catering Establishment a guarantee deposit amounting at most to the Reservation

Value less any interim payments already made. Guarantee deposits received shall be subject to proper

accounting procedures, shall serve exclusively as security for the Catering Establishment and definitely

do not count as already realised turnover.

10.2 The Catering Establishment can in each case ask for an interim payment for Catering Services already

provided.

10.3 The Catering Establishment may recover all sums owed by the Customer on any account out of the

amount deposited in accordance with the previous clauses. The balance must be repaid to the Customer

by the Catering Establishment immediately.

Clause 11 – Turnover Guarantee

11.1 If a Turnover Guarantee is issued, the Customer is obliged to pay the Catering Establishment at least the

sum determined in the Turnover Guarantee in respect of the Catering Agreements concerned.

Clause 12 – Liability of the Catering Establishment

12.1 The exclusion of liability in this clause does not apply insofar as the Catering Establishment has

received a payment from an insurance company or from another third party relating to the risk that has

materialised.

12.2 Without prejudice to the conditions in Clause 4.6, the Hotel Establishment is not liable for damage or

loss of Goods which have been brought into the hotel by a Guest who is staying there. The Customer

indemnifies the Hotel Establishment against claims from Guests in this respect. These stipulations do

not apply insofar as the damage or loss is caused intentionally or the hotel is grossly at fault.

12.3 Without prejudice to the conditions in Clauses 12.7 and 12.8, the Catering Establishment is never liable

for any damage whatsoever suffered by the Customer, the Guest and/or third parties unless the damage

is caused intentionally or the Catering Establishment is grossly at fault. This liability exclusion also

applies in particular to damage resulting from consuming foods prepared or served by the Catering

Establishment, and to damage resulting from computer-related problems. If imperative law only

permits a less extensive liability restriction, that less extensive restriction shall apply.

12.4 In no case is the Catering Establishment obliged to pay a higher sum in compensation than:

the Reservation Value or, if that is more,
2a. the amount paid out by the Catering Establishment’s insurer to the Catering Establishment for the

damage, or

2b. the compensation for the damage received from another third party.

12.5 The Catering Establishment is never liable for damage to or caused by vehicles of the Guest, except if

and insofar as the damage is caused intentionally or the Catering Establishment is grossly at fault.

12.6 The Catering Establishment is never liable for damage caused directly or indirectly to any persons or

property as a direct or indirect result of any defect or any feature or circumstance on or in any moveable

or immoveable property which the Catering Establishment is looking after, holding on a long or short

lease, hiring or which it owns or which is in any other way at the disposal of the Catering

Establishment, except if and insofar as the damage is caused intentionally or the Catering Establishment

is grossly at fault.

12.7 If the Guest finds there has been any damage to the Goods placed in safe keeping, in exchange for

payment as referred to in Clause 4.6, the Catering Establishment is obliged to make good the damage to

these Goods resulting from their being damaged or lost. Compensation is never due in connection with

other Goods contained inside the Goods which are handed in.

12.8 If the Catering Establishment accepts Goods or if Goods are deposited, left in safe keeping and/or left

behind in any way, anywhere or by anyone without the Catering Establishment charging any money for

this, then the Catering Establishment is never liable for damage to or in connection with those Goods

however this may arise unless the Catering Establishment deliberately caused this damage, or the

Catering Establishment is grossly to blame for the damage.

12.9 The Customer (not being a natural person who is not acting in the exercise of a profession or business)

indemnifies the Catering Establishment in full against any claim, by whatever name, which the Guest

and/or any third party may lodge against the Catering Establishment, if and insofar as this claim has any

connection in the broadest sense with any (Catering) Service to be provided or which has been provided

by the Catering Establishment under the terms of any agreement with the Customer or has any

connection with the accommodation where such a (Catering) Service was provided or was to be

provided.

12.10 The liability to indemnify referred to in Clause 12.9 also applies if the Catering Agreement with the

Customer and/or the Guest is cancelled in full or in part for any reason.

Clause 13 – Liability of the Guest and/or Customer

13.1 The Customer and the Guest and anyone accompanying them are severally liable for all damage which

has occurred and/or may occur to the Catering Establishment and/or to any third party as a direct or

indirect result of any non-fulfilment of obligations (culpable deficiency) and/or wrongful action,

including breaking the house rules, committed by the Customer and/or the Guest and/or anyone

accompanying them, as well as for all damage caused by any animal and/or any substance and/or any

article which is in their possession or which is under their supervision.

Clause 14 – Settlement of accounts and payment

14.1 The Customer has to pay the price fixed in the Catering Agreement or, insofar as the Catering

Agreement was signed more than three months before the time when the Catering Services arising out

of that Agreement have to be provided, the prices which apply at the time that the Catering Service(s)

has/have to be provided, which are understood to be the prices stated on the lists displayed by the

Catering Establishment in a place visible to the Guest or which are included in a list which is handed to

the Customer/Guest, if necessary at the request of said Customer/Guest.

14.2 A list is considered to be displayed in a place visible to the Guest if the list is visible in rooms which are

normally accessible in the Catering Establishment.

14.3 An extra charge can be made by the Catering Establishment for special services, such as the use of a

cloakroom, garage, safe, laundry, telephone, telex, TV rental, etc.

14.4 All accounts, including accounts relating to Cancellation or No-show, are due for payment by the

Customer and/or Guest at the time they are presented to him. The Customer is responsible for paying in

cash unless otherwise agreed in writing or unless agreed otherwise.

14.5 If an invoice is sent out for an account which is below € 150, – according to the conditions in the fourth

sub-clause, then the Catering Establishment may add € 15,- for administration costs to the account. The

stipulations in this clause correspondingly apply to that amount.

14.6 The Guest and the Customer are severally liable for all amounts which one or both of them may owe the

Catering Establishment on any account. Neither of them may appeal to benefit of excussion. Except

where stipulated otherwise, Catering Agreements are considered to be concluded jointly on behalf of

every Guest. By turning up the Guest acknowledges that the Customer was competent to represent him

in concluding the relevant Catering Agreement.

14.7 As long as the Guest and/or Customer has not entirely fulfilled all his obligations to the Catering

Establishment, the Catering Establishment is entitled to take over and keep all Goods which the Guest

and/or Customer has brought with him to the Catering Establishment, until the Guest and/or Customer

has fulfilled all his obligations to the Catering Establishment to the satisfaction of the Catering

Establishment. Should this situation arise, the Catering Establishment has a right of lien as well as a

right of retention on the Goods in question.

14.8 If payment otherwise than in cash is agreed, all invoices for any amount must be paid by the Customer

to the Catering Establishment within fourteen days of the invoice date. If an invoice is sent out, the

Catering Establishment is at all times entitled to add an extra 2% to the invoice to cover the restriction

of its credit, which is removed if the Customer pays the invoice within fourteen days.

14.9 If and insofar as payment is not made in good time, the Customer is in default without any notice of

default being necessary.

14.10 If the Customer is in default he must reimburse the Catering Establishment for all costs, both judicial

and extrajudicial, arising from collection. The set level of extrajudicial collection costs is at least 15%

of the principal amount owed, with a minimum of ε 100.- all to be increased by the VAT due on that

amount.

14.11 Over and above this, if the Customer is in default he will be charged interest at 2% above the legal

interest rate. When the amount of interest due is calculated, part of a month is counted as a full month.

14.12 If the Catering Establishment has in its keeping Goods as referred to in Clause 14.7 and if the Customer

from whom the Catering Establishment has received the Goods into keeping is in default for three

months, the Catering Establishment is entitled to sell these Goods publicly or privately and to recover

the amount owed from the proceeds. The costs associated with the sale are also the responsibility of the

Customer, and the Catering Establishment can also recover these costs from the proceeds of the sale.

After the Catering Establishment has recovered everything it is owed, any remaining money shall be

paid to the Customer.

14.13 Every payment shall, regardless of any endorsements or observations made by the Customer at the time

of payment, be considered as serving to reduce the debt of the Customer to the Catering Establishment

in the following order:

the costs of execution
the judicial and extrajudicial collection costs
the interest
the damage
the principal amount.

14.14 Payment shall take place in Dutch currency. If the Catering Establishment accepts foreign instruments

of payment then the market exchange rate in force at the time of payment shall apply. The Catering

Establishment may charge administration costs amounting to a maximum of 10% of the amount offered

in foreign currency. The Catering Establishment can effectuate this by adjusting the market exchange

rate then in force by a maximum of 10%.

14.15 The Catering Establishment is never obliged to accept cheques, giro payment cards and other such

instruments of payment and may attach conditions to the acceptance of such instruments of payment.

The same applies to other instruments of payment not referred to here.

Clause 15 – Force majeure

15.1 Force majeure for the Catering Establishment, which means that any deficiency caused by this cannot

be attributed to the Catering Establishment, shall be defined as every foreseen or unforeseen,

foreseeable or unforeseeable circumstance which interferes with the fulfilment of the Catering

Agreement by the Catering Establishment to such an extent that the fulfilment of the Catering

Agreement becomes impossible or difficult.

15.2 Such circumstances are also understood to include such circumstances involving persons and/or

services and/or institutions which the Catering Establishment is planning to use in fulfilling the

Catering Agreement, as well as everything that applies to the afore mentioned in terms of force majeure

or reasons for postponement or cancellation, as well as non-fulfilment by the afore mentioned.

15.3 If one of the parties to a Catering Agreement is not in a position to fulfil any obligation in that Catering

Agreement, he is obliged to inform the other party of this as soon as possible.

Clause 16 – Lost and found

16.1 Any objects which are lost or left behind in the building and appurtenances of the Catering

Establishment and which are found by the Guest, must be handed in to the Catering Establishment by

the Guest with all convenient speed.

16.2 Any objects which the rightful owner has not claimed from the Catering Establishment within a year of

their being handed in become the property of the Catering Establishment.

16.3 If the Catering Establishment sends the Guest any objects that have been left behind, this shall take

place entirely for account and risk of the Guest. The Catering Establishment is never obliged to send on

such objects.

Clause 17 – Corkage

17.1 If the Guest and/or Customer consumes drink that has not been provided by a Catering Establishment

on the premises of that Catering Establishment, the Customer has to pay Corkage for each bottle

consumed.

17.2 If the Guest and/or Customer consumes food that has not been provided by a Catering Establishment on

the premises of that Catering Establishment, the Customer has to pay a Food Charge.

17.3 The amounts referred to in Clauses 17.1 and 17.2 shall be agreed in advance or, in the absence of prior

agreement, shall be fixed at a reasonable level by the Catering Establishment.

Clause 18 – Applicable law and disputes

18.1 Catering Agreements shall be governed exclusively by the laws of the Netherlands.

18.2 Any dispute between the Catering Establishment and the Customer (not being a natural person who is

not acting in the exercise of a profession or business) shall be exclusively subject to the jurisdiction of

the court in the domicile of the Catering Establishment, unless another court is competent under the

strictly binding provisions of the law and without prejudice to the authority of the Catering

Establishment to settle the dispute through the court which would have jurisdiction in the absence of

this condition.

18.3 If and as soon as an arbitration committee is established under the auspices of Koninklijk Horeca

Nederland and any other organisations which may be involved, the disputes which the arbitration

committee is set up to mediate shall be settled in accordance with the regulations drawn up for this

purpose.

18.4 All claims from the Customer become barred after one year has elapsed from the time of their

origination.

18.5 The nullity of one or more clauses in these general terms and conditions does not affect the validity of

all the other clauses. If a clause in these general terms and conditions turns out to be invalid for any

reason, then the parties are assumed to have agreed a valid replacement clause which comes as close as

possible to the meaning and scope of the invalid clause.

Privacy Statement

Our Mission:

At Beachhouse Hotel, we are dedicated to protecting your privacy and safeguarding your personally identifiable information. We are using the information you entrust us responsibly. Beachhouse Hotel is committed to respecting your privacy and adhering to the principles of applicable data protection and privacy laws throughout the world. In case of conflicting laws, the laws of the land of as applicable in the conditions of sale or service of Beachhouse Hotel shall prevail. However, your privacy is our main concern. We have provided this Privacy Statement as an explanation of the information we collect, how we use it, and how the use of this information can benefit your experience on our web sites and during your relationship with us. We wish to help you make informed decisions, so please take a moment to read the sections below.

Beachhouse and affiliates and providers:

To provide multiple access points to the services and products we offer, Beachhouse Hotel operates directly, or through its affiliates or service providers, many websites, including without limitation www.beachhouse.nl. Any third party, which is an affiliate or provider of Beachhouse Hotel, will only be allowed to collect personally identifiable information (hereinafter: “PII”) on behalf of Beachhouse Hotel when such is explicitly mentioned on their website. Any one of these websites may ask for and collect in order to enhance your experience and provide you with relevant information.

Types of information we collect:

Information may be collected as part of:

(i) fulfilling reservation or information requests,

(ii) purchasing products,

(iii) registering for program membership,

(iv) submitting a job application, or (v) responding to communications from us (e.g., surveys, promotional offers, or reservation confirmations). 

 

We endeavour to collect information only with your knowledge and with your permission if necessary. The types of PII that we collect may include your name, home, work and e-mail addresses, telephone and fax numbers, credit card information, date of birth, gender, and lifestyle information such as room preferences, leisure activities, names and ages of children, and other information necessary to fulfil special requests (e.g., health conditions that require special room accommodations). Beachhouse Hotel may also collect non-PII about you, such as your use of our websites, communication preferences, travel habits, aggregated data relative to your stays, and responses to promotional offers and surveys.

Collection & Use

Beachhouse Hotel is fully committed to providing you with information about the collection and use of PII furnished by, or collected from, visitors while using our websites, products and services. It is our practice not to ask you for information unless we need it or intend to use it. Some of the primary purposes for collecting your PII are as follows:

- Providing services such as processing a transaction (e.g., making a reservation, fulfilling a request for information, or completing a product order).
- Marketing and communications with you in relation to the products and services offered by Beachhouse Hotel, our strategic marketing partners, and other trusted third parties.
- Performing market research via surveys to better serve your needs, improve the effectiveness of our websites, your Beachhouse Hotel experience, our various types of communications, advertising campaigns, and/or promotional activities You will always be offered the choice not to submit your PII or to decide what communications you want to receive from us. However, doing so may cause certain transactions to become affected. For example, not providing a name will prevent the processing of reservations.

Processing and Disclosure:

In most cases, the information you provide is added to a local or global database. In the course of processing your information, it may be necessary to transfer your PII to Beachhouse Hotels’ affiliates, properties within the Beachhouse Hotel system and/or third party service providers located in the country where the system is located and throughout the world for the purposes outlined within this Privacy Statement. As a general practice, Beachhouse Hotel do not sell, rent, or give physical possession of your PII to unaffiliated third parties outside the Beachhouse Hotel system. Situations in which Beachhouse Hotel may disclose your information to others include:

When we have received your consent to do so
in situations where sharing or disclosing your information is required in order to offer you products or services you desire (e.g., a vacation package)
when companies or services providers that perform business activities on behalf of Beachhouse Hotel require such information (e.g., credit card processing, customer support services, market research administration or database management services)
when a or other property leaves the Beachhouse Hotel system and access to your PII is necessary to facilitate business operations or meet contractual obligations
in the event Beachhouse Hotel is merged or acquired by another company
to comply with legal or regulatory requirements or obligations in accordance with applicable law or court order
in case of emergency such as to safeguard the life, health, or property of an individual If information is shared as mentioned above, we seek to limit the scope of information that is furnished to the amount necessary for the performance of the specific function. Unless otherwise precluded by legal process

Consent:

As part of our commitment to keep you informed, we may mail, e-mail, telephone, or contact you by other means to notify you of new Beachhouse Hotel products and services, or upcoming Beachhouse Hotel special offers, events, enhancements, or other relevant information that may be of interest to you. You may also receive mailings or other communications from carefully selected third parties. We always offer you the option to decline any or all of these communications by following the directions included in our e-mails or other communications, or by contacting Beachhouse Hotel directly. If you are member of a Beachhouse Hotel loyalty program, you may also change your communication choices by updating your e-mail preferences in your individual membership profile. We would like to keep all of our guests and visitors informed and equally able to take advantage of the benefits offered by Beachhouse Hotel and its strategic marketing partners. However, depending on the country where you live, certain data privacy regulations may require us to obtain your permission before we send you information that you have not requested from us.

Data transfers across international borders:

We endeavour to provide you with the same outstanding service in all locations. To achieve this goal, we have established or endeavouring to establish a global network comprised of properties, offices, data centres, trusted marketing partners, service providers, customer contact centres, and trained associates around the globe. The nature of our business and our operations require us to transfer your information, including PII, to other group companies, properties, centres of operations, data centres, or service providers that may be located in countries outside of your own. Although the data protection and other laws of these various countries may not be as comprehensive as those in your own country, Beachhouse Hotel will take appropriate steps to ensure that your PII is protected and handled as described in this Privacy Statement.

Access to personally identifiable information:

To ensure that your PII is accurate and up to date, we encourage you to regularly review and update your information as appropriate (e.g., in the event your home or e-mail address changes, or you wish to add an additional method for us to communicate with you). If you are member of a Beachhouse Hotel loyalty program, you can review and update your individual membership profile on-line or with the assistance of a Beachhouse Hotel customer service representative. Please note that in an effort to prevent the unauthorized disclosure of your PII, you may be asked to provide proof of identity (or other authentication materials) together with the completed access request form. If, upon review, you wish to deactivate your Beachhouse Hotel loyalty program member profile, or update your PII, we will endeavour to do so in a timely manner. Occasionally, information that you request to be removed will be retained in certain files for a period of time in order to properly resolve disputes or to troubleshoot problems. In addition, some types of information may be stored indefinitely on “back up” systems or within log files due to technical constraints, or financial or legal requirements. Therefore, you should not always expect that all your PII will be completely removed from our databases in response to your request.

Security safeguards:

Beachhouse Hotel recognizes the importance of information security, and is constantly reviewing and enhancing our technical, physical, and logical security rules and procedures. All Beachhouse Hotel owned web sites and servers have security measures in place to help protect your PII against loss, misuse, and alteration while under our control. Although “guaranteed security” does not exist either on or off the Internet, we safeguard your information using both procedural and technical safeguards, including password controls, “firewalls” and the use of up to 128-bit encryption based on a Class 3 Digital Certificate issued by VeriSign, Inc. This allows for the use of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), an encryption method used to help protect your data from interception and hacking while in transit.

In some cases, your permission will be implied from the nature of the service requested or transaction undertaken. For example, Beachhouse Hotel may collect and use PII that you volunteer, or behavioural data or information collected in the aggregate. In addition, your permission will be deemed given for communications from us that are necessary to fulfil transactions and services that you request. In certain circumstances, we will seek your express permission when we collect information that is regarded under certain data privacy regulations to be sensitive in nature (e.g., information revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, or health conditions).

On-line technologies:

Beachhouse Hotel may use cookies, invisible pixels, and web beacons to obtain information about you while visiting our web sites. A cookie is a very small text file that is sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive. It assigns the computer with a unique identifier, which in turn, becomes your identification card whenever you return to an Beachhouse Hotel web site. Cookies are designed to save you time because they help us to provide you with a customized experience without you having to remind us of your preferences each time you return to our web pages. Beachhouse Hotel cookies are not designed to damage your files, nor can they read information from other files on your computer hard drive. Cookies can also help us provide you with a personalized on-line experience in the following ways:

- They remember your user name and password for future visits so log-in is easier and faster.
- They ensure you are provided with the appropriate frames and content.
- They ensure you obtain all requested information.
- They help us deliver communications that are relevant and responsive to your interests and location.

Beachhouse Hotel cookies are limited to our web sites only, and are not designed to follow you when traveling on the Internet after leaving Beachhouse Hotel owned web sites. We track the usage of our web sites in order to better meet your needs and to help make it easier for you to find information in the future. Please note that in addition to Beachhouse Hotel cookies, various third parties may also place cookies on your computer’s hard drive.

Beachhouse Hotel is not responsible for the presence or absence of third party cookies, or for the technological capabilities or practices employed by third parties in connection with third party cookies. If you would prefer not to have the benefits of cookies, your Internet browser can be adjusted to treat cookies in different ways. Depending upon the type of browser you are using, you may be able to configure your browser so that:
(i) you are prompted to accept or reject cookies on an individual basis or
(ii) you may be able to prevent your browser from accepting any cookies at all. You should refer to the supplier or manufacturer of your web browser for specific details about cookie security.
However, you should also understand that rejecting cookies might affect your ability to perform certain transactions on our web sites and our ability to recognize your browser from one visit to the next. Beachhouse Hotel also uses invisible pixels, sometimes called web beacons, to count how many people visit certain web pages. Information collected from invisible pixels is used and reported in the aggregate and does not contain PII. Beachhouse Hotel may use this information to improve marketing programs and content.

Links to other websites:

To anticipate your needs, Beachhouse Hotel provides links to other web sites for your convenience and information. Beachhouse Hotel is not responsible or liable for any content presented by or contained on any independent web site, including, but not limited to, any advertising claims or marketing practices. Please note that while Beachhouse Hotel will protect your information on Beachhouse Hotel owned and operated web sites, we cannot control and will not be responsible for the privacy policies of third party web sites, including web sites owned or controlled by independent franchisees, third party owners of, resort, interval ownership, or residence properties that may use the name of a Beachhouse Hotel brand, or web sites not controlled or authorized by Beachhouse Hotel. Third party web sites that are accessed through links on our web sites have separate privacy and data collection practices, and security measures. We have no responsibility or liability for the practices, policies and security measures implemented by third parties on their web sites. We encourage you to contact them to ask questions about their privacy practices, policies and security measures before disclosing any PII. We recommend that you review the privacy statements and policies of linked web sites to understand how those web sites collect, use and store information.

Minors:

Beachhouse Hotel does not seek to obtain nor does it wish to receive PII directly from minors; however, we cannot always determine the age of persons who access and use our web sites. If a minor (as defined by applicable law) provides us with his/her data without parental or guardian consent, we encourage the parent or guardian to contact us to have this information removed and to unsubscribe the minor from future Beachhouse Hotel marketing communications.

Contact us:

If you would like to update your information, modify your communication preferences, or if you do not want to receive marketing communications from Beachhouse in the future, you can contact us:

By e-mail: info@beachhouse.nl. By telephone: +31 20 3337247 By writing to us at:
Beachhouse Hotel
Boulevard Barnaart 59e
2051 JA Zandvoort

IBAN-number: NL37HAND0718121309
IC-code: HANDNL2A
VAT-number: 857281501B01
Registration number chamber of commerce: 33293140

If you would like to contact Beachhouse Hotel Customer Service Department, please choose the most convenient method from the following:
By e-mail: info@beachhouse.nl
By telephone: +31 20 3337247
By writing to us at:
Boulevard Barnaart 59e
2051 JA Zandvoort
If you have comments or questions regarding Beachhouse Hotel’ data privacy practices or this Privacy Statement, you may contact us by choosing the most convenient method from the following:

By e-mail: info@beachhouse.nl. This mail address is protected against spambots.
By telephone: +31 20 3337247.
By writing to us at:
Beachhouse Hotel
Boulevard Barnaart 59e
2051 JA Zandvoort

Attention: Consumer Affairs – Privacy Beachhouse Hotel BV (operated by Cobraspen BV) is registered at the chamber of commerce with the following address: Elswoutslaan 20, 2051 AE, Overveen, CEO of Beachhouse Hotel: Luigi Prins.

Updates to the privacy statement:
Beachhouse Hotel may amend this Privacy Statement from time to time to meet changes in the regulatory environment, business needs, or to satisfy the needs of our guests, properties, strategic marketing partners, and service providers. Updated versions will be posted to our website and date stamped so that you are always aware of when the Privacy Statement was last updated.

Data Policy

Data Policy

A new law, the Telecom Act (Telecomwet), was introduced on 1 June 2012. Because of this act all websites are legally obliged to inform the users about cookies and to ask permission for their use. The website of Beachhouse Hotel makes use of cookies.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small, simple files which your computer receives when you visit the website of Beachhouse Hotel. With the help of these cookies we are able to make surfing our website easier for you. During a booking your details will be kept until the booking has been finalized. Furthermore, thanks to these cookies we can constantly update and improve our website. The obtained information cannot be linked to an individual and will not be shared with third parties. The cookies are placed in name of Beachhouse Hotel (also known as Beachhouse BV)

Different sorts of cookies

Beachhouse Hotel uses four different kinds of cookies:

 

 

 

Functional and necessary cookies

 

Some cookies are essential for good functioning of our website. These cookies are used to remember your preferences.

 

 

 

Cookies for optimisation

 

We use cookies to obtain information about the usage of our website. With this information, it is possible to see how many times a page has been visited, which pages are effective and which pages might be broken. This information is used to optimize the use of the website increase user convenience. The cookie is placed by the American company Google as part of their analytic service. We use this service for ad-hoc reports including information how many visitors our website received. Google may share this information to third parties, we do not have any influence on this. The received information cannot be linked to you or your IP-address.

 

 

 

Tracking cookies

 

With your permission Beachhouse Hotel places tracking cookies on your equipment which can be used to show from time to time cookies to provide you with advertisements of which we think they are relevant for you, this on basis of previous visited pages. The profile of this cookie cannot be linked to your name, address or other.

 

 

 

Social Buttons

 

On our website, we have included social buttons to promote or share our content to social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. These buttons work through the application of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, please refer their privacy statement concerning cookies.

 

More information about cookies

You have the right to ask for access your cookie details and correction or removal of your information. Please refer to our contact page. Please include a copy of the cookie when referring to personal details, these can be found in the settings of your browser.

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