Privacy Policy

We inform you that the data you have provided will be processed by computer in accordance with the principles established by current legislation on data protection (EU Regulation No. 679 of 2016) for the sole purpose of providing the information requested, and possibly to define/confirm the reservation of rooms and other services.
Among the purposes of the processing of the data provided must be understood to include those of the promotion of commercial and advertising initiatives with respect to which you will in any case have, and every time, the possibility to object, requesting the cancellation of your e-mail address from the list of those to which the above-mentioned messages are addressed.

In order to post a comment, however, in addition to the email address, you are required to enter your first and last name. Name and surname are published - and, therefore, disseminated - on the Web together with the comment posted by the user, the e-mail address is used exclusively for sending the news of the site. The opinions and comments posted by users and the information and data contained therein will not be used for any purpose other than their publication on the Blog; in particular, they will not be aggregated or selected in specific databases. Any processing for statistical purposes that the site may intend to carry out in the future will be conducted exclusively on an anonymous basis. While the dissemination of the user's personal data and those detectable from the comments posted must be understood as directly attributed to the initiative of the user, we guarantee that no other hypothesis of transmission or dissemination of the same is, therefore, provided for. In any case, the user has at any time the possibility of exercising the rights set out in art. 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003:

Article 7 - (Right of access to personal data and other rights)

1. You have the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data concerning you, even if it has not yet been recorded, and its communication in intelligible form.

2. The interested party has the right to be informed:

(a) the origin of the personal data;

(b) the purposes and methods of the processing;

c) the logic applied in the event of processing carried out with the aid of electronic instruments;

d) the identification details of the owner, the persons responsible and the representative appointed pursuant to Article 5(2);

e) the entities or categories of entity to whom or which the personal data may be communicated and who or which may get to know said data in their capacity as designated representative(s) in the State's territory, data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the processing.

3. The interested party has the right to obtain:

a) the updating, rectification or, where interested therein, integration of the data;

b) the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in breach of the law, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed;

c) certification to the effect that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected.

4. The data subject has the right to object, in whole or in part:

a) for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning him, even if pertinent to the purpose of collection;

b) the processing of personal data concerning him/her for the purpose of sending advertising or direct sales material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication.

Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy is an integral part of the Privacy Policy above.

The user may express his/her consent to the use of cookies by continuing to browse the Sites, i.e. by scrolling, clicking on one of the internal links on the pages of the Sites, or by clicking on the "x" button or in any case by closing the short information banner visible at each first access to the Sites, as provided for by the provision of the Garante for the protection of personal data (no. 229 of 8 May 2014).

Cookies are pieces of code (computer files or partial data) sent by a server to the user's Internet browser, automatically stored on the user's computer by the browser and automatically sent back to the server each time the site is accessed or subsequently accessed. A cookie usually contains the name of the website from which the cookie originates, the cookie's lifetime (i.e. how long it will remain on the user's device) and a value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number. On each subsequent visit, cookies are sent back to the website that issued them (first-party cookies) or to another website that recognises them (third-party cookies). Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise a user's device and they serve a number of purposes, for example, to enable you to navigate efficiently between pages, remember your favourite sites and generally improve your browsing experience. They also help to ensure that the advertising content displayed online is better targeted to a user and their interests.

If you choose to disable cookies, this may affect and/or limit your browsing experience on the Sites, for example, you may not be able to visit certain sections of a Site or you may not receive personalised information when you visit the Sites.

The way it works, as well as the options for restricting or blocking cookies, can be adjusted by changing the settings on your internet browser. Most internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically, but you can change these settings to block cookies or to be notified when cookies are sent to your device. There are a number of ways to manage cookies, so please refer to the help screen of your browser to see how to adjust or change your browser settings. You can change the default configuration and disable cookies (i.e. block them permanently) by setting the highest level of protection.

Below is the path to follow to manage cookies from the following browsers:


Internet Explorer:



If you use different devices to view and access the Sites (e.g., computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), you should ensure that each browser on each device is adjusted to reflect your cookie preferences. To delete cookies from your smartphone/tablet's Internet browser, you should refer to your device's user manual.

The Sites use different types of cookies, each of which has a specific function. The Sites use cookies to make navigation easier and to better tailor both the pages loaded and its products to the interests and needs of users. Cookies may also be used to speed up future user experiences and activities on the site. In addition, cookies are used to compile anonymous aggregate statistics that help us understand how users use the site and to improve the structure and content of the Sites.

Below is an explanatory list.

Technical cookies

Technical" cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the site and allow users to browse the site and take advantage of its features (e.g. they allow the storage of previous actions or save the user's session and/or carry out other activities strictly necessary for the functioning of the site).

This category also includes "analytical" cookies, which help us understand how users interact with the site by providing information about the last page visited, the number of sections and pages visited, the time spent on the site and any issues that have arisen during browsing, such as an error message, and help us understand any difficulties the user has in using the site. This information may be associated with user details such as IP address, domain or browser; however, it is analysed together with other users' information so as not to identify one particular user to another. These cookies are collected and aggregated anonymously and allow the site operator to improve the usability of the site.

Finally, "functionality" cookies allow the site to remember user choices (e.g. the user's name) in order to provide the user with more personalised and optimised navigation. Functional cookies are not essential to the operation of the Sites, but they improve the quality and experience of the Site. If you do not accept these cookies, the performance and functionality of the Site may be reduced and access to the content of the Site may be limited.

Profiling cookies

Targeting" or "profiling" cookies are used to present content that is better suited to you and your interests. They may be used to display targeted advertisements, to serve ads tailored to your interests, or to limit the number of times you see an advertisement. They also help measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns on the site; the site operator may use these cookies to remember sites that the user has visited and share this information with third parties, including agencies and advertisers who may use their cookies to collect information about the activities that users perform on the site.

Sharing" (or social network) cookies are required to allow you to interact with the Sites through your social account and are used, for example, to express an appreciation and share it with your social contacts.

The site uses or may use, even in combination with each other, cookies:

- session" data, which are stored on the user's computer for purely technical-functional purposes, for the transmission of session identifiers needed to allow the safe and efficient exploration of the site; they are deleted at the end of the "session" (hence the name) when the browser is closed;

- persistent" cookies that remain stored on the computer's hard drive until they expire or are deleted by users. Persistent cookies mean that users accessing the sites (or any other users using the same computer) are automatically recognised at each visit. Third party cookies

When a user uses the site, it is possible that some cookies are stored which are not controlled by the site operator. This happens, for example, if the user visits a page that contains content from a third party website. As a result, the user will receive cookies from these third-party services. On third party cookies the site operator has no control over the information provided by the cookie and has no access to this data. This information is fully controlled by the third party companies as described in their respective privacy policies.

The following table shows the third-party cookies present on the site. The latter are under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the third-party operator and are divided into the following macro-categories:

- Analytical: these are cookies used to collect and analyse statistical information about access/visits to the website. In some cases, associated with other information such as the credentials entered to access restricted areas (your email address and password), they can be used to profile the user (personal habits, sites visited, content downloaded, types of interaction carried out, etc.).

- Widgets: this category includes all those graphic components of a programme user interface, the purpose of which is to facilitate user interaction with the programme itself (e.g. Facebook, Google+ and Twitter cookies are widgets).

- Advertising: This category includes cookies used to deliver advertising services within a site.

If you do not wish to receive third party cookies on your device, you can use the links below to access the third party's information and consent forms and opt out of receiving them.

These cookies are not directly controlled by the Site, therefore, in order to revoke your consent you should refer to the websites of the third parties or refer to for information on how to delete or manage cookies depending on the browser you are using and to manage your preferences on third party profiling cookies.