A cookie is a small text file a website saves on your computer or mobile phone when you visit the website. This ensures that the website can remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, text size, and alike preferences for display) for a certain period so you do not have to set such preferences every time you visit the website or navigate from one page to another.
We set first part session and persistent cookies to save user preferences—such as items in the shopping cart—to ensure the most optimal user experience. Additionally, cookies are used for web-statistics.
Third party persistent cookies are occasionally used by Google to improve the user experience on pages that use components developed by Google such as Google Maps.
Third party persistent cookies are used by DoubleClick to determine which ads a given user has been shown and collected information about how the user interacts with the ads. These cookies help us market the hotel to those who are most relevant.
Third party session and persistent cookies are used by Facebook to determine which users have shown an interest in the hotel. This helps us market the hotel to those who are most relevant.
Third party persistent cookies are used by Hotjar to give the web-department an overview of how users interact with the website so that we can optimize the user experience as much as possible.
Third party persistent cookies are used by Sojern to determine which users have shown an interest in the hotel. This helps us market the hotel to those who are most relevant.
You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish—read more on aboutcookies.org. You can delete all the cookies that are already on your computer and configure most browsers to prevent them being set. If you do this, though, you may possibly have to set your preferences manually every time you visit a website, and certain services and functions may not work.