Who are we, and how do you contact us?
Hotel "Svishtov" is the trade name of Holborn EOOD with headquarters in Svishtov, Georgi Tishev 4 str. And UIC BG104601177 with manager Vladimir Petrov. Phone number 00359878680191 or email email@example.com
Holborn EOOD policy on the protection of personal data on the Internet
In order to make the use of the website http://www.hotel-svishtov.com more convenient, Holborn EOOD needs personal information about every visitor. The collection of personal data is necessary for the purpose of booking and improving the services that Holborn EOOD can offer. The site respects the personal data of the users and is responsible for preserving their confidentiality. Holborn Ltd is not entitled to provide free or paid confidential information to its third party users.
Holborn Ltd reserves the right to expand and modify the functionality, conditions and products of this web site, and any changes made will be promptly posted on the site.
By accessing this site and the reservations you make, you acknowledge that you are familiar with and accept the following conditions:
Types of Information We Collect
When you use our online services and create a system account, we collect your personal information that you voluntarily provide, such as your name, address, date of birth, telephone, e-mail address.
Personal data are processed and used by Holborn Ltd, subject to strict compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act and other applicable regulations.
You are not required to provide this information, but in such cases we will not be able to provide you with the relevant services.
Ways of gathering information from users
One of the ways in which Holborn EOOD gets access to information for users is by voluntarily providing them with names and other data. For example, an email address and a name are required to subscribe to the newsletter. Another way of accessing personal data that Holborn Ltd uses is the comments on the site. It shows the IP address and time of visit. A source of information about the visitor is the so-called cookies.
Essence of Cookies and Way of Action
Cookies are small text files located in the browser directories. They are created by loading a specific website. At each subsequent visit to the same web address, the browser sends the text file to the site's server. Cookies regulate how different ads, ads, and how the site works.
Enable and disable files
You can control and / or delete cookies whenever you want. Cookies are managed through browser settings. Different browsers use different ways to enable and disable cookies, and options for this are usually found in the Tools or Options menus. You can delete all the cookies already stored on your computer, and you can also set up most browsers to block them. However, if you do so, you may have to manually set up some parameters each time you visit a site, and some services and features may not work. For more information, see aboutcookies.org.
Thanks to cookies, Holborn Ltd. makes it easier for its users to use the site. Analysis of daily visits data, incl. through services such as Google Analytics and Google AdSense, allows a number of improvements to the communication between the site and visitors. For example, cookies allow users to primarily fall on products and services that fit their interests
However, cookies may be used for malicious purposes. Because they store information about the user's search history and preferences, they can be used for "espionage." However, there are products that successfully handle this problem - when they apply the programs, they mark cookies as being erased.
Information About Card Data Holborn EOOD protect and protect your credit card information.
When selecting a credit card payment via a virtual POS terminal of United Bulgarian Bank, the card data is only available to the bank.
In order to prevent you from misusing your payment with your Visa or MasterCard card, we apply the best practices recommended by international card organizations:
The security of entering and transferring the card data is provided in Fig