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APRÈS POST HOTEL
Stuben 17, 6762 Stuben am Arlberg
Vorarlberg / Österreich
Telephone +43 (0)5582 761
Fax +43 (0)5582 761-36
Copmany name: APRES POST HOTEL GMBH
Member of the Chamber of Commerce in: Vorarlberg
Registration number: FN 386417 k
Registration court: Landesgericht Feldkirch
Behörde gem. ECG: Bludenz Distric Commission
VAT number: ATU67494017
Subject to errors and mistakes. All of the information contained on this website is provided without liability.
Despite careful checking, we assume no liability for the content of external links. The content of linked pages is the exclusive responsibility of their operators.
© 2015 APRÈS POST HOTEL & Hotel Albona. All rights reserved. Texts, photos, graphic and design elements on the internet pages www.aprespost.com and www.albona.com are protected by copyright. Copying or reproducing available material on these internet pages is only allowed after express written acceptance from the APRÈS POST HOTEL or Hotel Albona in Stuben am Arlberg. Such a release can be obtained by writing to hotel(at)aprespost(dot)at.
We reserve the right to change fees and programmes, especially concerning price and offer changes with third party services. We reserve the right to typos.
Project management, programming, technical implementation
Concept, screen design
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Before using the webpage, read this explanation carefully, as we explain how we collect, manage and archive personal data. All access to our homepage and all access to files stored on our homepage is logged. Data is stored for internal system-related and statistical purposes only. Logging concerns: Name of stored data, date, time of storage, data volume transferred, report on successful access, web browser, IP address of accessing computer, search terms, (...)*
We process and log all personal data you send us using email requests (e.g. name, address, email, telephone umber, etc.) to carry out your requested reply and continuous care of client relations. This data will be logged until you write us a written request asking us to remove it.
Further personal data is only recorded if this information is provided voluntarily, e.g. in line with an enquiry or registration or to sign a contract or by your browser settings. If we pass data on to external service providers, technical and administrative measures are taken to ensure that this data is passed on in accordance with the legal requirements for data protection.
You have the opportunity at any time to demand information about the data stored about you, about the origin of the [...] data, their recipients, the purpose for which they are stored as well as persons and offices to whom we regularly transmit your data. In addition, in accordance with the legal regulations you also have the right to amend, disable or delete your personal data. Contact us at hotel(at)aprespost(dot)at.
This data protection guideline is valid from 06/2013*. All future changes to our data protection guidelines will be published on this website. Please check it regularly for news or changes. If you have questions, comments or other inquiries about this data protection guideline, please contact us at the address mentioned in the legal note hotel(at)aprespost(dot)at.
Use of personal data for entry forms
Within the framework of entry forms, your address, first and last name, mailing address, email address and telephone number for getting in touch and making the booking, as well as for further maintenance of customer relationships, will be archived.
If you have subscribed to a newsletter, we evaluate which contents are particularly interesting in order to optimise our services for recipients. Opening certain content, or clicking behaviour are recorded and evaluated in the newsletter as part of individual profiling. You can withdraw your consent to the receipt of the newsletter at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the newsletter. You will find The link to the unsubscribe page in each newsletter.
All data collected using the relevant forms are archived until your express written request asking for its removal.
This site contains links to other websites or social media sites. By clicking on a link that leads to third-party websites you acknowledge that these websites have their own privacy policies. Please check the privacy policies when using these websites, as we assume no responsibility or liability whatsoever for third-party websites.
Information provided in accordance with art. 13 of the Privacy Statement, prepared in accordance with the decision of the Data Protection Officer 08/05/2014.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text strings, which register the locations of the user, his terminal (usually the browser). They are then stored, and transferred back to the same places at the next visit by the same user. To this end, the cookies are divided here as technical cookies and profiling cookies, depending on type of use, and in individual cookies or third-party cookies, depending on user usage.
If you already visited the APRÈS POST HOTEL site, you will have alerted the cookies, which may or may not allow you access. After approval you can use our services, for which cookies are mandatory such as online reservation Similarly to online booking, personal data will be stored using request forms. If you do not want this to happen, you should perform no booking or inquiry request, because without storing your data we cannot efficiently manage the bookings and inquiries.
Various kinds of cookies
profiling cookies are used to advertise messages in line with the preferences of users on the selected network. Third Party Cookies. Due to the various users who install cookies on the PC and, depending on whether it is the same administrator of the website which visits the user or any other website that installs cookies for their own use, you can always distinguish between own cookies and third Party Cookies.
Cookies for avoid spam:
So we can ensure that our forms are not abused for spam, we use the Spam Shield from the content management system. Since this is a CMS internal plug-in and serves to ensure security, this cookie is set without prior consent.
Session cookie (local):
It is a technical cookie with a memory function of the actions carried out by the user within a web page. This will be deleted when leaving the webpage. Should there be an e-commerce site, this cookie is also used to store the products in the shopping basket.
Google Analytics (by third parties):
Online booking (by third parties):
These cookies are used to make online bookings directly on the homepage, which are then transmitted directly to our Hotel software. For this purpose, personal content and contact information are stored. If you do not want this, you should not perform bookings online.
How can cookies be disabled, deleted or blocked?
This website allows you to to tick / check off individual cookies in the following ways. However, please be aware that in the case of deactivation, the full use of the website can no longer be guaranteed.
- Open the Firefox browser
- Press the "Alt" key on your keyboard.
- Select "Menu" and then "Options" in your toolbar.
- Select the tab "privacy".
- Select Set "Firefox will:" to Use custom settings for history.
- Uncheck" Accept cookies "and save your settings
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Click on "Tools" then "Internet Options".
- Click on the "Privacy" tab
- In "cookies" you can remove the tick and save your settings
- Open Google Chrome.
- Select "Settings".
- Click "Show Advanced Settings".
- Click the "Privacy" tab on "Content Settings".
- In the "Cookies" section you can disable this and save your settings.
- Open Safari
- Select "Settings" in the function list (gray gear in the upper right corner) and click on "Privacy".
- "accept cookies" you can specify whether and when Safari should accept cookies from sites. For more information, click on Help (?).
- If you want to learn more about the cookies that are stored on your computer, then click "Show Cookies".