Privacy Statement (GDPR)

The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all data handling, including data that are acquired through the fulfilment of a statutory obligation, as one of the main priorities of the European regulation is their security and protection. This Privacy Statement ("Statement") applies to the operation of the Adalbert Hotel, an accommodation facility administered by the Brevnov Monastery Administration, s.r.o. The purpose of this statement that is posted on the hotel website is to explain our privacy practices regarding data that we collect from you or about you. Please note that this statement applies to the processing of personal data by our establishment, but not by third parties and as part of their requests, bookings, and reservations on the basis of which we conduct our services. In the course of our business we are permitted to collect personal data that are required by Czech law and we store them in agreement with the implementation guidelines.

Law No. 326 on the residence of foreigners requires us to keep a hotel register where we record the personal data of our foreign guests. This includes:

A foreigner means a natural person who is not a citizen of the Czech Republic, including citizens of the European Union.

Law No. 133 on the registration of residents of the Czech Republic and the identification of domestic guests and the necessity to collect data for the conclusion and fulfilment of an accommodation agreement pursuant to §§ 754-759 of the Civil Code (Act No. 40/1964 Coll.), allow us to process personal data without the consent of the data subject pursuant to Article 5 (2) b) of the Personal Data Protection Act. In order to identify the accommodated guest we require the following data: name and surname, place of residence or employer‘ s address, ID card or passport number and purpose of stay in the hotel.

Guests may refuse to provide this information but failure to do so will result in our inability to process their booking. Therefore, we reserve the right not to accommodate such a guest as it would unable us to perform our activities in accordance with the laws of the Czech Republic. These include, for example, the processing of personal data under Law No. 565 on local fees, for the purpose of both a tourist fee being collected by the hotel on behalf of the authorities and the hotel itself paying a fee from their accommodation capacity. In both cases the accommodation provider does not need the consent of their clients in order to collect their personal data because the processing of the date is governed by a special law.

If you have any questions regarding this statement or the way our company processes your personal data please contact us at the Brevnov Monastery Administration s.r.o., Marketska 1/28, Prague 6, Czech Republic.

Prague, 19 May 2018