Art. 1. In connection with the provision of its services and performance of its activities, Bey House Boutique Hotel, in its capacity as data controller, processes personal data of its customers – natural persons, as well as personal data of other individuals specified below (“Data Subjects”/ “you”), in compliance with the rules and principles under the present Policy.
Art. 2. Bey House Boutique Hotel is a company with UIC205311205, head office and registered address: ul. Chitalishtna 4, Veliko Tarnovo, 5000 Bulgaria tel.: +359 88 753-5821; email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
VAT number: BG205311205.
(1) In connection with the provided services Bey House Boutique Hotel processes information regarding the following Data Subjects:
(a) Natural persons visiting the website https://www.beyhouse.com (the Website);
(b) Natural persons making reservations through the Website, in their name or on behalf of another natural person or legal entity;
(c) Natural persons using the services provided by Bey House Boutique Hotel, including, but not limited to, hotel accommodation, restaurant and related services, etc., as well as natural persons representing or acting in another manner on behalf of legal persons using the said services;
(d) Natural persons who, on their own behalf or on behalf of another person, have addressed inquiries (including, but not limited, by email, fax, phone, using the Instant Messaging functionality on the Website and others), requests, signals, complaints or other correspondence to Bey House Boutique Hotel;
(e) Natural persons concerning whom information is contained in inquiries, requests, signals, complaints or other correspondence addressed to Bey House Boutique Hotel (including by phone or using the Instant Messaging functionality on the Website).
(2) Services provided by Bey House Boutique Hotel may be ordered only by legally capable persons who are 18 years old or older.
Art. 4. The information (categories of personal data) concerning Data Subjects which is processed by Bey House Boutique Hotel pursuant to the present Policy may include:
1. In connection with the provision of hotel accommodation services:
(a) Identification data: guest’s full name; date of birth; gender; nationality; national identification number (such as PIN for Bulgarian citizens) and/or ID document number; ID document date of issue; ID document date of expiry; country issuing the ID document; signature.
(b) Contact details: telephone number; email address; physical address.
(c) Information related to hotel accommodation: room number; dates of stay (check-in date, check-out date); duration of stay (number of nights spent at the hotel); tourist package, if used; type of room preferences; VIP guest’s status;
(d) Additional information related to hotel accommodation at the customer’s explicit request: special requirements and preferences, including type of press, food and drinks; special requirements related to food products, drinks and other substances which should be avoided by the guest (regardless of the reason).
2. Data relating to payments and issuance of invoices: information regarding the payment method (in cash, by bank transfer, by credit card, etc.); information regarding due and effected payments; information regarding the due date of payment and overdue/outstanding debts; bank details (bank, IBAN, account holder); currency of the payment; number, expiry date and holder of the credit/ debit card; CVC code; data contained in the payment authorization slip; name of the legal person; address of the legal person; VAT number and/or other identification, tax or registration number (PIN for natural persons); authorization slips (signed).
3. In connection with the provision of restaurant services:
(a) Identification data: full name.
(b) Contact details: telephone number; email address; physical address.
(c) Data relating to payments and issuance of invoices: number, expiry date and holder of the credit/debit card; CVC code; name of the legal person; address of the legal person; VAT number and/or other tax or registration number (for sole traders and natural persons); authorization slips (signed).
(d) Information of preferences (at the customer’s explicit request): food and drink preferences; preferred payment method; specific requirements related to food products, drinks and other substances which should be avoided by the guest (regardless of the reason).
4. In cases where the Data Subject represents another person (e.g. a company): information regarding the represented person and the capacity of the representative (incl. workplace, position), as well as information of ordered services/ submitted orders in such capacity. Respectively, in cases where the services are ordered by a person other than the Data Subject on behalf of the Data Subject – in what capacity the Data Subject will use the services, who has ordered the services, who will make the payment, etc. (for instance, in case of accommodations organized by an employer or a business partner of the Data Subject, etc.).
5. In connection with the issuance of loyalty cards:
(a) Identification data: full name.
(b) Information regarding the discount which can be used with the respective loyalty card.
6. In connection with the services and functionalities of the Website:
(a) Data processed in connection with accommodation booking: full name, email address; telephone number; country; number, expiry date and holder of the credit/ debit card; CVC code; number of rooms; number of guests, including number of adults and number of children; corporate code/ access code; code of the participant in an event and/or group accommodation; booking number; special offers and preferences (with explicit indication in the booking form); package data (e.g. Honeymoon package, special occasion package, Explore Veliko Tarnovo weekend package, etc.).
(b) Non-structured content from conversations with and inquiries to a booking agent through the Instant Messaging functionality on the Website.
(c) Information from log-in logs, server logs, Web Application Firewalls, and other devices falling in this category: date and time, IP address, URL, browser and device information.
Session Cookie, Persistent Cookie
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7. In connection with complaints, applications, requests and signals (including in free text): non-structured information contained in the respective complaints, applications, requests and signals.
(1) Under the requirements of the applicable legislation, Bey House Boutique Hotel applies security measures including the following technical and organizational means for access control, for ensuring the physical security against violations on the buildings and sites, and for protection of the life and health of citizens: security guards, alarm systems, a 24-hour video surveillance system of recording and storage devices.
(2) Video surveillance and video recording may be performed in publicly accessible zones and premises in the buildings of Bey House Boutique Hotel, and in zones and premises with an exclusive access regime. There is no video surveillance in the guest rooms, WCs, recreation rooms, etc. The data of video surveillance activities are stored in a monitoring room with limited access and 24-hour security.
(3) Information boards are available at visible places to notify Data Subjects and other visitors that technical means for surveillance and control are used and provide any other related information.
(1) Subject to the Data Subject’s explicit consent, Bey House Boutique Hotel, respectively other companies related to or partners of Bey House Boutique Hotel, may process the following personal data: names; telephone number; physical address; email address; information of the type and number of used and preferred services provided by Bey House Boutique Hotel, and other data explicitly specified in the respective consent for the purposes of direct marketing, such as offering of goods and services, including goods and/or services offered by other persons, conducting inquiries and polls for the purpose of improving the quality of the services provided, etc., within the scope of the respective consent.
(2) Where personal data are processed for direct marketing purposes, the Data Subject shall be entitled at any time to object to such processing. In such cases, the processing of personal data for such purposes is terminated.
(3) The Data Subject shall be entitled at any time to withdraw their consent to the processing of their personal data for direct marketing purposes. In such cases, the personal data processing based on that consent is terminated.
(4) Profiling for the purposes of direct marketing may be carried out only based on the Data Subject’s explicit consent, subject to at least the following additional guarantees for their rights and interests: the right to human intervention by the data controller; the right to express their point of view and the right to challenge the decisions based on profiling. At present, Bey House Boutique Hotel does not perform such processing of personal data.
Art. 7. Bey House Boutique Hotel collects, stores, and processes the information described in Art. 4, 5, and 6 above for the purposes provided for in the present Policy and in the General Terms (the contract) for use of the services provided. Depending on the legal grounds for the processing, those purposes may be:
1. purposes related to the compliance with legal obligations of Bey House Boutique Hotel;
2. purposes related to and/or necessary for the performance of the contracts concluded with Bey House Boutique Hotel or for taking steps at the request of the Data Subject prior to entering into a contract;
3. purposes related to the legitimate interest of Bey House Boutique Hotel and third parties;
4. purposes for which the Data Subject has given their consent to the processing of their data.
Art. 8. The purposes of personal data processing carried out by Bey House Boutique Hotel related to the compliance with legal requirements include:
1. keeping a register of accommodated guests and providing information from that register to the competent authorities, as legally required;
2. address registration of foreigners in compliance with the requirements of the applicable legislation;
3. deduction and payment of tourist tax;
4. activities related to the development and implementation of counterterrorism measures;
5. handling of signals, complaints, requests for exercising of rights, etc., as well as claims and commercial guarantees (if applicable), including preparation of the relevant replies thereto;
6. bookkeeping, invoicing and accounting of incoming and outgoing payments in compliance with the applicable tax and accountancy legislation;
7. other activities related to the fulfilment of Bey House Boutique Hotel’s legal obligations (tax, accounting, regulatory, licensing, etc.) requiring the provision of information to and cooperation with the competent state and judicial authorities upon performance of inspections.
Art. 9. The purposes of personal data processing carried out by Bey House Boutique Hotel related to and/or necessary for the performance of contracts or for taking steps at the request of the Data Subject prior to entering into a contract with Bey House Boutique Hotel include:
1. receipt, administration and processing of bookings, including cancelled bookings;
2. customer services, including provision of online services through the Website;
3. ensuring the possibility to register an account and administration and maintenance of the registered accounts in the e-shop, available on the Website;
4. administration, completion and delivery of purchases made through the Website;
5. communication related to the provision of services;
6. administration and receipt of payments for the services provided, including remotely;
7. ensuring a guarantee for bookings and payments of hotel accommodation and any extra services requested;
8. financial and accounting activity and administration, processing and collection of due payments for the services provided;
9. refunding of incorrectly transferred amounts;
10. ensuring an individual approach in the provision of the services, taking account of the explicitly specified preferences of the customer.
Art. 10. The purposes related to the legitimate interests of Bey House Boutique Hotel and third parties include:
1. Legitimate interest – (1.1.) exercise and protection of the rights and legitimate interests of Bey House Boutique Hotel; and (1.2.) assistance in the exercise and protection of the rights and legitimate interests of customers; of other persons related to Bey House Boutique Hotel; of employees of Bey House Boutique Hotel; of data processors processing personal data on behalf of Bey House Boutique Hotel; and of business partners of Bey House Boutique Hotel:
(a) establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims of the persons specified above under items (1.1) and (1.2), including by legal proceedings and filing of complaints, signals, etc. with the competent state and judicial authorities;
(b) video surveillance and access control ensuring the security of Bey House Boutique Hotel’s property, proving the compliance with applicable requirements, ensuring the physical security against violations on the buildings and objects, and protection of the life and health of citizens;
(c) taking actions for suspending the services provision in case of refusal of payment, violations of Bey House Boutique Hotel’s established rules and policies, etc.;
(d) administration and handling of submitted complaints, signals, requests, etc.;
(e) collection of debts due to Bey House Boutique Hotel, including by Bey House Boutique Hotel’s property, proving the compliance with applicable requirements, ensuring the physical security against violations on the buildings and objects, and protection of the life and health of citizens;
(f) taking actions for suspending the services provision in case of refusal of payment, violations of Bey House Boutique Hotel’s established rules and policies, etc.;
(g) administration and handling of submitted complaints, signals, requests, etc.;
(h) collection of debts due to Bey House Boutique Hotel, including by execution proceedings and/or through assignment to third parties, as well as by transfer of debts to third parties (cessions) following the statutory procedure;
(i) submission of notary invitations.
2. Legitimate interest – analysis, planning and improving the quality of services provided by Bey House Boutique Hotel:
(a) keeping a backup copy of the data in the internal information system regarding the current state of the hotel (occupation/ availability of rooms, obligations, etc.) in case of information systems failure;
(b) receipt, handling, and preparation of replies to submitted applications, requests, etc. which are not related to claims and complaints concerning the services used;
(c) survey of the customers’ satisfaction with the execution proceedings and/or through assignment to third parties, as well as by transfer of debts to third parties (cessions) following the statutory procedure;
(d) submission of notary invitations.(d) control, analysis, and optimization of the business processes for improvement of the quality of services.
3. Legitimate interest – ensuring the normal functioning and use of the Website:
(a) maintenance and administration of the Website;
(b) detection and repair of technical problems in the Website’s functionalities;
(c) taking measures against malicious actions against the security and normal functioning of the Website.
4. Legitimate interest – hotel accommodation and restaurant activities, provision of professional hotel and restaurant services:
(a) administration and management of the services provided by Bey House Boutique Hotel;
(b) quality management and control of the services provided;
(c) receiving feedback on the services provided.
(1) Bey House Boutique Hotel clearly indicates, where applicable and in the appropriate manner, whether the provision of the respective data and/or documents is mandatory or constitutes a requirement necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract, as well as the consequences from the refusal to provide such data.
(2) If needed, any Data Subject may request further clarifications at the premises of Bey House Boutique Hotel or by addressing respective query to the contact details specified in Art. 23 of the present Policy.
3) Any refusal to provide data and documents indicated as mandatory may prove an impediment to the provision of a service by Bey House Boutique Hotel, to the satisfaction and execution of submitted requests, applications, signals, etc., which releases Bey House Boutique Hotel from liability for default.
(4) Any refusal to provide data and documents or any provision of false data may entail failure to provide the respective services or suspension of the access to services provided by Bey House Boutique Hotel.
(5) Data Subjects shall not provide Bey House Boutique Hotel with any special categories of data within the meaning of Art. 9 and Art. 10 of the Regulation (namely: personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinion, religion or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data, health status, or sexual life or orientation of the natural person; and personal data related to criminal convictions and offenses).
(1) In certain cases, the personal data processed by Bey House Boutique Hotel are not collected and received directly from the Data Subject of the relevant data, but from third parties, such as:
1. Persons representing, working for or otherwise cooperating with the Data Subject;
2. Event organizers – with respect to information concerning the participants in the event;
3. Business partners (e.g., booking sites as booking.com; tourist agencies, other persons that provide intermediary services in the context of booking or ordering of other services, etc.) of Bey House Boutique Hotel;
4. Competent state and judicial authorities.
(2) The persons under Para. 1, items 1-3 shall inform the Data Subjects whose data are provided to Bey House Boutique Hotel of the fact of the data provision, the purposes and scope of such data provision, shall introduce the Data Subjects to the present Policy, and shall guarantee that they provide the data on valid legal grounds.
(1) For the purposes specified in the present Policy, Bey House Boutique Hotel may assign data processing activities to third parties – data processors, in compliance with the requirements under the Regulation and the other applicable personal data protection rules.
(2) Where personal data are disclosed to and processed by data processors, such disclosure and processing will be carried out only to the extent and in the amount necessary for the performance of the tasks assigned by Bey House Boutique Hotel.
(3) Data processors act on behalf of Bey House Boutique Hotel and are obliged to process personal data only in strict compliance with Bey House Boutique Hotel’s instructions. Data processors shall not be entitled to use or otherwise process the information for purposes other than for the purposes specified in the present Policy.
Art. 15. Bey House Boutique Hotel does not disclose personal data concerning the Data Subject to third parties except where:
1. this is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation of Bey House Boutique Hotel:
(a) competent state, municipal or judicial authorities;
(a) data processors as assigned by Bey House Boutique Hotel;
(b) companies for accounts receivable collection.
3. this is necessary for the provision of the services of Bey House Boutique Hotel:
(a) banks and payment services providers;
(b) postal and delivery services providers;
(c) Bey House Boutique Hotel business partners such as: booking sites; travel agencies and other providers of tourist services or other supportive services such as car rental, taxi and other transport services, etc.
4. the Data Subject has given their explicit consent – the persons provided for in the relevant consent (e.g., Bey House Boutique Hotel related parties, Bey House Boutique Hotel business partners, etc.);
5. this is necessary to protect the rights and legitimate interests of Bey House Boutique Hotel, third parties or Data Subject:
(a) state, municipal and judicial authorities;
(b) private and public judicial enforcement officers;
(c) lawyers;(d) notaries public.
6. in other cases, provided by law.
(1) Bey House Boutique Hotel processes and stores information about the Data Subject until achieving the relevant purposes it is collected and processed for.
(2) Bey House Boutique Hotel, in accordance with its internal rules and procedures, as well as the applicable legislation, processes and stores information about the Data Subject.
(1) In relation to the processing of the personal data concerning them, each Data Subject has the following rights:
1. Right of information – to be provided with information on the processing of their personal data from Bey House Boutique Hotel;
2. Right of access:
(a) to obtain confirmation as to whether personal data concerning them are being processed;
(b) to have access to the processed personal data and detailed information about its processing and their rights.
3. Right of rectification – to require their personal data to be rectified and completed if the data are inaccurate or incomplete;
4. Right of erasure – to require their personal data to be erased if there are the grounds for this provided for in the Regulation;
5. Right of restriction of personal data processing – to require that Bey House Boutique Hotel restricts the processing of their personal data within the limits provided for the Regulation if there are the grounds for this set forth therein;
6. Right to notify third parties – to require that Bey House Boutique Hotel notifies the third parties to whom their personal data have been disclosed of any rectification, erasure or restriction of the processing of their personal data unless this proves impossible or involves disproportionate effort from Bey House Boutique Hotel;
7. Right of data portability – to receive the personal data concerning them and which they have provided, in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format, as well as to have the right to transmit such data to another controller without any hindrance from Bey House Boutique Hotel. The right of data portability shall apply where both of the following conditions are met:
(a) processing is based on consent or contractual obligation;
(b) processing is carried out by automated means.
The Data Subject shall have the right to have the personal data transmitted directly from Bey House Boutique Hotel to another controller, where technically feasible. The right of data portability shall be exercised in a manner which does not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of other persons.
8. Rights with regard to automated decision-making, including profiling – not to be subject to an automated decision which is based solely on automated processing (e.g. processing without human intervention), including profiling within the meaning of the Regulation which produces legal effects for the Data Subject or similarly significantly affects them, unless there are grounds for this as set forth in the Regulation as well as suitable measures to safeguard the Data Subject’s rights and freedoms and legitimate interests. Such measure shall at least include the right to obtain human intervention on the part of Bey House Boutique Hotel, the right of the Data Subject to express their point of view and to contest the decision.
If such a decision, including profiling has been made with regard to the Data Subject, the latter shall be entitled to and shall separately be provided by Bey House Boutique Hotel with meaningful information about the logic involved, the significance and the envisaged consequences of such processing for them, as well as how to exercise the rights under this item.
9. Right to withdraw consent for processing – where personal data processing is based solely on consent given by the Data Subject; the latter shall have the right to withdraw their consent at any time. Such withdrawal shall not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on consent before its withdrawal.
Art. 18. The Data Subject shall have the right to object, on grounds relating to their particular situation, at any time to processing of personal data concerning them, including profiling within the meaning of the Regulation, based on public interest, exercise of official authority and the legitimate interests of Bey House Boutique Hotel or a third party. In these cases, Bey House Boutique Hotel shall no longer process the personal data unless it demonstrates compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override the interests, rights and freedoms of the Data Subject or where necessary for establishing, exercising or defending legal claims.
(1) The Data Subject may exercise their personal data protection rights by personally submitting a written request at the address specified in Art. 23 of this Policy or by sending a notary certified request by post.
(2) The request under Part (1) may also be exercised via electronic means, and for this purpose the same shall be signed by the Data Subject with a qualified electronic signature within the meaning of the Electronic Document and Electronic Certification Services Act and Art. 3 (12) of Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC; which is to be sent to Bey House Boutique Hotel at the electronic address referred to in Art. 23 of this Policy.
(3) The Data Subject may exercise the rights relating to their personal data either personally or through an explicitly authorised person (with a power of attorney certified by a notary).
(4) Part of the rights may also be exercised through the functionalities available on the Website.
Art. 20. Any Data Subject has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State (EU/EEA) of their habitual residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement if the Data Subject considers that the processing of their personal data infringes the Regulation or any other applicable data protection requirements.
Supervisory authority in the Republic of Bulgaria
Art. 21. Supervisory authority in the Republic of Bulgaria is:
Commission for Personal Data Protection
Address: bul. Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov 2, Sofia, 1592 Bulgaria
Art. 22. The scope of the rights of the Data Subjects as well as the obligations of Bey House Boutique Hotel in relation to these rights may be restricted by way of a legislative measure under Union or Member State law to which Bey House Boutique Hotel is subject.
Art. 23. The Data Subject may seek clarifications regarding the content, the grounds and the way of exercising their rights under this Policy, as well as any additional information regarding their rights regarding the processing of personal data by Bey House Boutique Hotel on the following contacts: