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During your visit to hotelpapanikola.gr you may be asked to provide your personal information such as name, surname, place of residence, etc., as a rule to process your reservations or to provide our services. This data submitted on the page is kept solely for reasons related to your transactions with us, the improvement of the services provided and the operation of the respective service and may not be used by any third party (except as provided by law ).
Για οποιαδήποτε απορία ή πρόταση ή δήλωση που σχετίζεται με αυτά τα θέματα παρακαλούμε επικοινωνήστε μαζί μας με όλους τους διαθέσιμους τρόπους επικοινωνίας που εντοπίζονται στην ιστοσελίδα μας.
Σε οποιαδήποτε χρονική στιγμή ο χρήστης διατηρεί το δικαίωμα ενημέρωσης ή και αντίρρησης στην περαιτέρω επεξεργασία των δεδομένων αυτών σύμφωνα με την κείμενη νομοθεσία.
What is a cookie? A "cookie" is a small text file that is downloaded to your device, such as a computer or smartphone, when you access our web pages.
When we refer to cookies, we include: first and third party cookies, tracking pixels and add-ons, including third-party technologies, other tracking technologies.
All cookies have an owner who tells you who owns the cookie. The holder is the domain specified in the cookie. Every time you visit our website, we place cookies on your device for different reasons. These cookies are called "first party" cookies, while cookies defined by a different owner, such as social media platforms or ad network / technology providers, are called "third party" cookies.
Below you will find more detailed information about our cookies and why they are used.
How to disable cookies? You can easily stop your browser from accepting cookies by adjusting your browser's cookie settings.
All commercial web browsers have cookie management functionality.
Check your browser to learn more about how to delete or disable cookies, etc.
If you choose to disable cookies, you may experience limitations in functionality and deterioration of the user experience.
What kind of cookies do we use and why? Our cookies are grouped into four categories:
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Cookies Performance cookies tell us about how you use the website and help us improve it. For example, these cookies count the number of visitors to our site and see how visitors navigate when they use it. This helps us to improve the way our site works, for example, by ensuring that users can easily find what they are looking for.
Functional cookies allow our site to remember your preferences, helping you to customize your content on our site. This type of cookie enables us to identify products and services that we believe are of interest to you and related to you. This way we can remember you when you return to our site and offer you the best possible user experience.
Marketing cookies are a key part of the way we provide marketing to our websites. Among other uses, cookies allow us to display more relevant ads, providing information, offers and offers based on your browsing patterns and how you interact with our site. Then we can present you a site content that is more relevant to you, satisfying your interests and preferences. Cookies allow you to limit the number of times an ad is displayed. Cookie marketing can be used to monitor the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns on third party websites.
What is the legal reason for using cookies?
How long are cookies stored in your browser or device?
Cookies can be stored for various periods of time in your browser or on your device.
Permanent cookies (or persistent cookies) will be stored in one of your browser subfolders until you delete them manually or your browser will delete them based on the time period contained in the cookie file. Their duration depends on the expiration date written on them.
Session cookies are deleted as soon as you close your browser. When you restart your browser and return to the site that created the cookie, the site will not recognize you.
Other detection technologies Information collected through other detection technologies, such as tags and pixels, is stored for 24 months.