Imprint/Privacy Statement

according to §5 Telemediengesetz (TMG):

Hotel Hessischer Hof
Geschwister Markolf oHG
Authorised representatives: Amelie Markolf & Katrin Markolf
Rotenburger Str. 22
34212 Melsungen

Phone: +49 5661 929930


Registered Office: Melsungen
Managing Director: Amelie Markolf & Katrin Markolf
Register Court (local court): Fritzlar, HRA 16387
VAT No.: 032 344 60008

Privacy Statement

Welcome to the web-site of Hotel Hessischer Hof Melsungen. Our web-site is intended to provide you with information about our company and our services. So that you may be aware of what happens to your personal data, we would like to explain how we proceed and what decisions you can make as to the manner and form in which your data are recorded and used.

1. Recording and Use of Data

This web-site is an information platform, through which we would like to answer your enquiries. In order to provide for a more personal contact, you may enter your name, address and e-mail address on the contact form. You may also, of course, receive information without giving your personal data or even by the use of an anonymous e-mail address.

Our web-server records certain data communicated automatically by the web browser programme used by you. This includes:

  • the name of your internet service provider,
  • the addresses of the web-site from which you visit us,
  • the sub-site of the web-site of Hotel Hessischer Hof Melsungen, which you visit, and,
  • the date and duration of your visit.

2. Purposes for which we use your data

We save the data which is automatically transmitted in order to extract anonymous statistics, which enable us to assess the use of the web-site and to improve it in accordance with demand and target groups. Otherwise, we save and use your data in order to provide maximum benefit to you, through the use of our web-site. This includes:

  • the development and provision of new services tailored to your needs,
  • answering your questions regarding our products or services.

3. Passing-on your data to third parties

We are legally obliged to pass your data to the criminal investigation authorities or courts in the course of the investigation of crime. This ensures that possible abuse can be discovered in time and damage to other users resolved or even prevented. Otherwise, your personal data will not be passed to third parties without your being informed in advance and your written consent obtained.

4. Cookies

On future visits to our web-site, so-called Cookies can, with your consent, be down-loaded onto your computer. This serves mainly to make your on-line visit more pleasant and more individual. Cookies are files which identify you as a specific customer and can store your personal preferences in the use of our web-site as well as technical information. This has the advantage that you do not need to enter the information contained in the Cookies again on every visit to our web-site.

In themselves, Cookies do not necessarily need to contain or disclose personal information. If, however, you enter personal information on these web-sites, you can link such information to the data stored in the Cookies. Other web-site operators have no access to such data. You can completely exclude the use of Cookies by setting your browser programme accordingly. We would like to point out, however, that some areas of our web-site may not function correctly if your browser is adjusted to reject Cookies or similar mechanisms.

5. Duration of storage and information on your personal data, up-dating and deletion

We will not store your data for any longer than required for the purposes stated in these Data Protection Guidelines. In order to inspect, delete or up-date your personal data collected through our web-site, you may contact us by e-mail or telephone. The same applies if you have any other questions regarding your data stored by us, or the use thereof. If you so wish, your data will be immediately blocked or deleted from our system.

6. Amendment of these Data Protection Guidelines

If the content of these data protection guidelines is amended, you will find the amendments on this page. In order that you are informed at all times of the information we gather and how we use it, we will also make available older versions of the data protection guidelines by reference to the periods of their application.

In addition, we will inform you in good time of changes, and give you the opportunity as far as necessary, to renew your consent to the storage and use of your data.

We will not use personal information obtained from you in any manner other than as above described, without having informed you in advance and without having obtained the necessary consent from you.