Protection of personal data

How we collect your personal data

The data we collect is provided directly by you when you subscribe to our list of newsletter subscribers.

Like most websites, we also collect a set of data through our web browser, such as: IP address, visit time, the website that brought you to our website, etc.

If you want to delete your personal information from our database, please send us an email at or you can do it directly from the “Unsubscribe” button at the end of each newsletter.

The kind of personal data we are collecting

When choosing to sign up for our newsletter, we will ask you to provide us with the following information: name, surname and email address.

When you rent a room at Select Hotel, to ensure an efficient and safe booking process for each guest, we kindly ask you to provide us with the following details: name and surname, date of birth, place of birth, nationality, city of residence, street, country), personal ID (series, number), signature.

Why we collect personal data

All the information collected by subscribing to the newsletter has the role of helping us communicate directly with you.

Data collected through the web browser helps us identify each guest’s browsing preferences, analyze web traffic, and prevent digital attacks.

Your personal data will not be provided to any third parties.


To offer you a personalized browsing experience and to facilitate data storage, our website uses cookies. These are text files provided to your browser by a web server and stored on the hard drive of your computer/laptop. Using cookies is a standard among websites in the world, most web browsers being preset to accept cookies.

We also use Google Analytics, an online traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”) from the desire to provide personalized browsing experiences. Google Analytics also uses cookies to help us identify how our website is used by online visitors.

Web browsing information (including the IP address) will be sent and stored by Google on servers in the United States of America. Google will use this data to evaluate the use of the website, create online activity reports, and provide additional services related to website activity and the use of the Internet. When forced by the law, Google may provide this information to certain third parties. Another situation where Google can provide information to third parties is when those third parties process data on Google’s behalf.

If you do not want to allow your browser to receive cookies, just set it to automatically reject them (from the settings / preferences menu).