Data Protection Policy

Collection of personal data

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on 25th May 2018, defines the principles to be respected when collecting, processing and storing personal data. It also guarantees the rights of the people concerned.

Data relevance: In accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978, we inform you that the personal data collected from internet users via a form on will not be, under any circumstances, transmitted, whether free of charge or in return for payment, to real or legal third parties. Conforming to the Data Protection law, we do not collect any sensitive personal information. Information revealing race or ethnicity, political, philosophical or religious opinions, trade union membership, health or sexuality of a person is not collected and is prohibited.

Legality of processing and conditions for consent (art.6 and art.7 of the GDPR): Consent for the processing of a visitor’s personal data is systematically obtained for one or more specific purposes. For example, when filling in a newsletter subscription form or downloading a resource, the obtaining of the visitor’s email address is to send them a notification for new publications or to offer them information likely to interest them.

Information collected via our online forms is downloaded in a computerised file by Le Square hotel for our internal services for administration management and commercial purposes, for the processing of your booking or to personalise the content of our offer. They are intended for the marketing and sales teams.

Le Square hotel commits to guaranteeing the integrity and reliability of the data which is entrusted to them. This information will not be transmitted to third parties under any circumstances. Only Le Square hotel staff or those of the agencies which support us in the management of these operations have access to the data. These agencies are obliged to respect the confidentiality of information, and to only use it for the specified purpose for which they are to intervene.

In particular, the information collected in the “Recruitment” section is subject to computer processing intended to manage the applications sent to Le Square hotel. The recipients of the data are the company’s internal recruiters.

If you have subscribed to the email information services (“newsletter”) you can ask to stop receiving these emails.

Rights of access, modification, correction and removal of data: conforming to the Data Protection» “Data Protection” law and the GDPR (art. 16 to 20 of the GDPR), you can exercise your right to access data concerning you and modify it by:

2, Place Anciens Combattants
17310 – Saint Pierre D’Oléron

You can access your personal information possessed by Le Square hotel at any time, and ask to modify or delete it. Thus, you may irrevocably request that any information concerning you that is inaccurate, incomplete, ambiguous, out-of-date or whose collection, use, communication or retention is prohibited, be corrected, completed, clarified, updated or deleted. You will receive a response to your access or correction request within one month at the very latest.

We would like to inform you of the existence of the “Bloctel” cold calling opposition list, which you can subscribe to here :

Data breach and communication within 72 hours (art.33 and art.34 of GDPR): In the case of violation or suspicion of violation of personal data, Le Square hotel and its subcontractors will notify the CNIL (French Data Protection Agency) within 72 hours at the latest, once they have been made aware of the breach.

Hyperlinks and cookies

The website contains a certain number of hyperlinks to other websites, put in place with the authorisation of Le Square hotel. However, Le Square hotel is not able to check the content of the websites visited in this way, and therefore assumes no responsibility for such content.

Navigation on the website is likely to lead to the installation of one or more cookie(s) on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file which doesn’t identify the user, but which downloads information relative to the navigation by a computer on a website. Data collected in this way is intended to facilitate subsequent navigation on the website, and is also intended to allow various measurements of website traffic.

Refusal of cookie installation can make access to some services impossible. Nevertheless, the user can configure their computer in the following manner, to refuse the installation of cookies.
In Internet Explorer: tool tab (cog symbol in the top right) / internet options. Click on Privacy and choose Block all cookies. Press Ok to confirm.

In Firefox: at the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button, then go into the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab. Set the Privacy Rules on: use personalised settings for search history. Finally, untick it to deactivate cookies.

In Safari: Click on the menu icon in the top right of the browser window (symbolised by a cog). Click Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on Content Settings. In the “Cookies” section, you can block the cookies.

In Chrome: Click on the menu icon in the top right of the browser window (symbolised by three horizontal lines). Click Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on preferences. In the “Privacy” tab, you can block the cookies.