The www.thbhotels.com website is the property of TURISMO Y HOTELES DE BALEARES, S.L and complies with the requirements stipulated by Law 34/2002 of 11th July on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce.
Website Owner Identification Data
Corporate Name: TURISMO Y HOTELES DE BALEARES SL
Tax ID Code: C.I.F: B-57189110
Address: Vía Alemania 14, 6º, 07458 Ca’n Picafort, Balearic Islands
Telephone: + 34 971850033
Fax: + 34 971852299
E-mail address: email@example.com
Registration Data: Volume 1969 page 176 sheet PM-43333 section 8
We are pleased that you have decided to visit us. Our intention is to ensure you the best possible browsing experience on our website, and therefore this Cookies Policy has been drawn up in accordance with criteria of maximum transparency.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are files containing small amounts of information that are downloaded onto users’ hardware for use when you visit a website. Their main purpose is to identify users each time they visit www.thbhotels.com, although they also enable us to improve the quality and usability of our website.
Cookies are essential for the Internet to work properly; they cannot damage users’ hardware /device and, when enabled on your browser settings, will help us to detect and solve possible operational errors of the www.thbhotels.com website.
Types of Cookies
There are various types of cookies. They all work in the same way, although there are small differences between them:
- Session Cookies. They are stored until users close their browser.
- Persistent or Permanent Cookies: They are stored for variable amounts of time.
- Functionality Cookies: They enable www.thbhotels.com to remember users’ decisions, such as their login or identification details. The data collected by these cookies is ‘anonymised’ (in other words, they do not include your name, address or other details).
- Third Party Cookies. Third party cookies install a website other than the one you are browsing. For instance, those used by social media (such as Facebook) or by external content complements (like Google Maps). In addition, some advertising agencies use these types of files to monitor your visits to each website they advertise on.
- Analytical Cookies. These cookies are used for regular maintenance purposes and to ensure optimum performance and user service by compiling data regarding your activity.
- Advertising Cookies. They ensure maximum efficiency when managing the advertising spaces on our website, in accordance with criteria such as edited contents or the frequency with which advertisements are displayed.
By accessing www.thbhotels.com you are specifically agreeing to allow us to use these types of cookies on your devices. If you disable the cookies, your browsing experience at www.thbhotels.com may not be optimum and some of the functions offered by www.thbhotels.com may not work correctly.
a)Third party cookies. Google Analytics cookies
The website uses Google Analytics (hereafter “Google”) web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., a company whose main office is located at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, USA.
Google Analytics cookies create an anonymous user ID which is then used to count how many times a user visits www.thbhotels.com. They also record users’ first and most recent visit to the website and calculate when a session ends, as well as the user origin and keyword.
b)Third Party Cookies. Google AdWords Cookies
The website uses the Google AdWords service, which is provided by Google, Inc., a company headquartered at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View (California), CA 94043, USA ("Google").
Google AdWords uses various types of cookies for website functions and the activity of advertisers on the search engine. These cookies allow for the personalisation of the advertisements displayed and enhance the relevance of users’ search results.
Google AdWords uses Advertising and Session State cookies.
Examples of Advertising cookies:
Websites normally compile information as to how users interact with a website. Google uses the so-called “Session State Cookies” to improve the services and enhance users’ browsing experience.
Examples of Session State Cookies:
c)Third Party Cookies. net (id) advertising cookies in order to display relevant information regarding sales, products and services.
DoubleClick cookies do not contain personal identification details. Occasionally, a cookie will contain an additional identifier that is similar in appearance to a cookie ID. It is used to identify an advertising campaign that has already been shown to users; however, DoubleClick does not store any other type of data in the cookie, and the information does not contain any personal identification details.
For more information about DoubleClick cookies and how to manage them you can visit the website at: http://www.google.co.uk/policies/privacy/ads/
DoubleClick uses ID cookies to log the advertisements displayed on certain browsers. When posting an advertisement on a browser, DoubleClick may use the browser’s cookie ID to monitor which DoubleClick advertisements have already been displayed on that specific browser. This is how DoubleClick avoids showing advertisements that users have already seen. Likewise, cookie IDs enable DoubleClick to log conversions relating to advertisement requests, such as when users view a DoubleClick advertisement and later use the same browser to visit the advertiser’s website and purchase items.
d) Session Cookies. Own cookies.
These are stored for the session period and are used as a form of identification whilst browsing the website.
They store an anonymous ID that identifies users whilst they are browsing the website. They do not contain any information that identifies users.
e) Persistent or Permanent Cookies. Own cookie:
They are stored for variable periods of time and are used to save users’ preferences.
They save the preference value selected by users. They do not contain any information that identifies users.
User settings to disable Cookies.
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