Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are text files stored on your device when you visit certain web pages. We use cookies when only strictly necessary, for example to remember when you return to the site after you login.

If you would prefer not to enable cookies, you will still be able to navigate the site, but certain features might not function correctly. The majority of web browsers have cookies enabled by default, but if you want to double check this, see the section on Managing cookies.

Cookies are nothing to be afraid of - We don’t store personal data in the cookies we create.

We present this information to you as part of our effort to comply with recent legislation, and to make sure we're up-front and honest about your privacy when using our website.

Deployment of Cookies

To ensure you can fully use all the features of our site, your device will need to accept cookies. Using cookies is the only way we can provide you with certain features of our site.

Our cookies never store personal data; they simply hold a unique random reference to you so that once you visit the site we can recognise you as a returning visitor and provide certain content to you.

However, if you would prefer to block, limit or delete cookies, you can use your web-browser to do this.

Each web-browser has different ways of doing this, so please look at the 'Help' menu of your browser to learn how to change your cookie preferences.

In order to provide you with personalised services and information on our website, we use and analyse the data that we collect (including through cookies) about you when you visit the website. The analysis of your behaviour may result in the creation of a user profile. Your usage data will only ever be consolidated using pseudonyms; we never use non-pseudonymized personal data for purposes of on-site targeting.

Third Party Cookies

Some of the cookies stored on your device that relate to our website will not be directly related to us.

We deploy cookie technologies related to Google Analytics, Google Remarketing, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, Yandex, Bing and HotelChamp, each as further described below – These are used by many websites in the world and help us view and analyse visitor information; such as browser versions, visitor numbers, and response to marketing and remarketing activity. This information enables us to improve the website and your visiting experience.

  • The Google Analytics Tag (tracking code (or ID)) is a unique identifier that allows Google Analytics to collect data when inserted into a website. This data includes the time users spend on a webpage, search terms used, and how they came to the site. The tracking code is the mechanism by which Google Analytics compiles data. It consolidates this data into reports, using graphs and other visuals to display the results.

More information on the Google Analytics Tag is available here:

For instructions on how to prevent your data being processed by Google Analytics, see

  • The Google Remarketing Tag (code) is a block of code that adds our website visitors to our data segments, allowing us to target our ads to these visitors. For dynamic remarketing, we will also use event snippets, which passes specific data to Google Ads about our website visitors and the actions that they take on our site.

More information on the Google Remarketing Tag is available here:

  • The Facebook Pixel (used for Facebook and Instagram) is a piece of code that we place on our website. It collects data that helps us track conversions from Facebook and Instagram ads, optimize ads, build targeted audiences for future ads and remarket to people who have already taken some kind of action on our website.

More information on the Facebook Pixel is available here:

  • The TikTok Pixellets us monitor sales, track customer's actions on our website, and find the right audience for our ads. We can use that data to create more effective ad campaigns and attract the target audience to our store.

More information on the TikTok Pixel is available here:

  • The Snap Pixel is a piece of JavaScript code placed on our website that allows us to track the actions that Snapchatters take on our website. For example, when a Snapchatter adds a product to their cart, this triggers a Snap Pixel event that is reported within our ad account.

More information on the Snap Pixel is available here:

  • The Pixel (provided by Yandex) is a tool to work with our media advertising audience. Pixel collects anonymous IDs of the users who have seen our banners. We use this data to configure targeting in Yandex.

More information on the Pixel is available here:

  • The Universal Event Tracking (UET) (provided by Bing/Microsoft Ads) is a tool that records what customers do on our website. By creating one UET tag and placing it across our website, Microsoft Advertising will collect data that allows us to track conversion goals and target audiences with remarketing lists.

More information on the UET is available here:

  • The HotelChamp [Tag/Pixel/Cookie] is used to add real-time personalisation to the hotel website based on different filters and categories.

More information on the HotelChamp [Tag/Pixel/Cookie] is available here:

The third party cookies deployed on our website never store any personal data. However, the third party providers may track your use of our website, combine this information with information from other websites you have visited (and which they also track) and use such combined information for their own purposes. If you have registerd with the respective third party providers, they may be able to identify you. In these instances, their processing of your personal data will be governed by their privacy policies.

Share Tools - If you decide to 'share' any of our content with friends or associates through any of the social networks - you may be sent cookies from these websites. We cannot control the creation of these cookies, so we suggest you visit the third-party websites for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.

The social media buttons on our website contain links to third party social media sites, including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter ("Social Media Sites"). The respective buttons to connect to such Social Media Sites do not set cookies when our website pages are loaded on your device. The Social Media Sites are not under our control and have each their own privacy policy describing the manner in which they process your personal data when you access their site. If you provide any personal data to any Social Media Sites or choose to communicate with us through our dedicated pages on Social Media Sites, the personal data you provide is processed and controlled by the privacy policies of respective Social Media Sites. We do not endorse or control and are not responsible for the privacy policies or practices of Social Media Sites. If you have any concerns or questions about the use of your personal data by Social Media Sites, please refer to their privacy policies and contact details provided therein.

Managing Cookies

The majority of web browsers have cookies enabled by default. If you don’t have cookies enabled on your device, it will affect your experience when visiting our site.

If you want to check whether cookies are enabled, please follow the instructions as regards necessary steps for your platform and browser.

All major browsers, such as Google Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari provide for cookie related options (such as deletion of cookies, blocking or allowing (third party) cookies by default or making exceptions for cookies from specific websites), as usually provided for in the settings section within the browser accessible through its toolbar.

By continuing to use our website without changing your settings (or using available deactivation add-ons, as applicable, e.g. for Google Analytics), you consent to our and our third-party providers' use of cookies.