Familie Barbara Wechselberger
Frühstückspension Haus Kremser
Am Kirchwald 378
6100 Seefeld in Tirol
We use the following data when you enter into an agreement with us:
First and last name, full address, all contact information (e.g., email address, telephone number), information about the type of agreement and its contents.
Other personal data you provide or a third party provides with your consent, or data that is otherwise permitted at the time you initiate the agreement, throughout the contractual relationship (e.g., when the guest card is issued), or for the purpose of complying with statutory regulations:
Date of birth or age, marital status, gender, profession, identification card details, bank account information, signatory or representative authority, contractual obligation, cancellation deadlines, or other personal information you have provided yourself.
Use of processors
Protecting your data is very important to us. Even if we use a processor e.g., Feratel – guest register in accordance with § 19 of the Austrian Registration Law (MeldeV)), we ensure that the data is processed within the European Union.
1. Registration data
1.1 Registration obligation
According to the Austrian Registration Law, you are required to register with us and provide us with the data specified in § 5 and § 10 of the Austrian Registration Law. This applies to the following data:
Name, date of birth, gender, nationality, country of origin, and address with postal code. Foreign guests are also required to provide the type of travel document they are traveling with, its number, place of issue and issuing authority, as well as date of arrival and departure.
1.2. Guest register
1.3. Forwarding of data
Arrival and departure data, together with country of origin, is forwarded in accordance with § 6 of the Regulation on Tourism Statistics (Tourismus-Statistik-Verordnung) to the municipality in which our tourist accommodation establishment is located. Aggregated data about the total number of overnight stays and the names of persons required to pay a local tourist tax are also forwarded to the respective tourism association [exakte Bezeichnung einfügen] to which we belong. This is done in accordance with § 9 of the Tyrolean Regulation on Local Tourist Tax (Tiroler Aufenthaltsabgabegesetz).
1.4 Legal basis for data processing
The processing of data as specified above in items 1.1 to 1.3 is based on Art. 6, para. 1, lit. c GDPR (fulfillment of legal obligation).
1.5 Additional data forwarded to the tourism association/municipality
We also forward your postal code and year of birth (in pseudonymized and anonymized form) to our municipality and our tourism association. This is done for statistical purposes so that the tourism association can create and evaluate statistics on country of origin and age. The data is forwarded in accordance with Art. 6, para. 1, lit. e (public interest) and lit. f (legitimate prevailing interests) GDPR. You can file an objection at any time for reasons resulting from your particular situation (Art. 21, para. 1 GDPR).
2. Guest card
2.1 General information
You can make use of a guest card. A guest card offers discounts and/or services provided by various regional businesses (e.g., discounted admission). The guest card is valid for the duration of your stay with us.
2.2 Issuing of guest cards
Guest cards are issued by the accommodation provider upon request only. Depending on the guest card system used by the tourist association and/or tourist accommodation establishment, you will be issued one of the following:
• Electronically generated guest card,
• Manually created guest card
• Carbon copy of the registration form.
2.3 Processed personal data
For both the electronically generated and manually created guest card, the following personal data, which is taken from the registered data (see item 1 above), is processed:
First name, last name, date of birth and duration of stay (arrival/departure), country of origin, postal code.
If the guest card is issued as a carbon copy of the registration form, it includes information as stipulated in § 5 in conjunction with § 9 of the Austrian Registration Law (see 1.1 Registration data). In this case, the data is not processed electronically for guest card purposes.
The following additional personal data is processed when the guest card is used: data about the card’s usage frequency, services used, bookings, transaction logging, billing data, reference to registered data and the tourist accommodation establishment.
This data is required to determine, on the one hand, your identity, and on the other hand, to determine the guest card’s duration of validity at the respective service provider’s establishment. It also facilitates the settlement of discounts between the service providers, the tourism association, and if need be, the tourist accommodation establishments.
2.4 Legal basis for data processing
Data is processed for guest card purposes, based either on your consent (Art. 6, para. 1, lit. a GDPR) or, for the purpose of contractual performance (Art. 6, para. 1, lit. b GDPR), if the guest card is part of service provisioning as specified in the accommodation agreement.
You may revoke your consent at any time by notifying the accommodation provider verbally or by sending an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.5 Guest card system administration
The guest card system is managed by the local tourism association. Other parties involved are the local tourist accommodation establishments and local companies (service providers).
Data that is processed for guest cards is deleted after forty-eight (48) months.
2.6 Data recipients
Data processed for guest card purposes is forwarded to the local tourism association to facilitate the billing of service providers and/or tourist accommodation establishments.
Individual service providers, who honor the guest card and offer discounted services, also receive this data when you use services provided by these establishments that are offered through the guest card.
To claim discounts, you must present the card containing this data to the service provider. The establishment then checks if the card is (still) valid, usually by scanning the barcode on the guest card and then by transferring the barcode data to our IT processor. At this time, personal data is also transfered to the establishment, in particular, data about your identity (to verify identity and date of birth).
If the guest card is a carbon copy of the registration form, the establishment verifies its validity by means of the carbon copy of the registration form.
3. Other processing of your data
As a rule, we process only data that is absolutely necessary to conclude and execute the agreement. However, upon your consent and until revoked, we will also provide you with information about our services. We will send you information via the following communication channels if you have given us the respective data:
Telephone, email, mobile number for texts, address, social media information
4. Deleting data
Your personal data and other personal data are deleted if it is no longer required for compliance with retention laws, typically after seven (7) years, or if saving the data is not permitted according to the law.
In lieu of deleting the data, it is also possible to anonymize it, which means that any reference to a person is irrevocably removed.
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Our website functionality can be limited by the deactivation of cookies.
6. Web analytics
You can prevent this by making settings in your browser so that no cookies are saved. We have concluded a corresponding data processing agreement with the provider.
9.1. Right to information
You have the right to know if we are processing your data and to what extent.
Barbara Wechselberger, email@example.com
9.2. Your rights
You have the fundamental right to information, correction, deletion, limitation, data portability, revocation, and objection. If you believe that the processing of your data violates the Data Protection Law, or if your right to protected data has been violated in any way, you may report this to the regulatory authority. In Austria this is the Data Protection Authority (Datenschutzbehörde).
9.3. Right of appeal
If you believe the processing of your personal data violates the Austrian or European Data Protection Law, please contact us to clarify any questions you may have. Of course you have the right to file a complaint with the Austrian Data Protection Authority or a regulatory authority within the EU.
10. Confirmation of identity
To protect your rights and your privacy, we may request that you provide proof of identity in case of doubt.
11. Claim to rights for a fee
If the complaint is deemed manifestly unfounded or is lodged particularly often, we have the right to charge a reasonable processing fee or to reject complaint processing.
12. Responsibility to cooperate
As part of our responsibility to cooperate, we are obligated to provide data as stipulated by statutory regulations (e.g., Austrian Federal Fiscal Code (BAO), Austrian Registration Law (Meldegesetz), Austrian Code of Civil Procedure (ZPO), Austrian Code of Criminal Procedure (StPO), etc.) upon request.
13. Period of validity
We regularly check the contents of our internet presence very carefully and accurately and provide timely updates. But we can not guarantee that all content and information is complete, correct or up to date. All content is solely for the information of the visitors.