The company WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA SL, with tax ID: B09954132, with address at:
CARRER DES TOROS, Nº 1 07109 FORNALUTX, BALEARES, email address: firstname.lastname@example.org and
website: www.hotelcanverdera.com, expressly informs users that in accordance with Art. 22.2 of Law 34/2002,
dated 11 July regulating information society and electronic commerce services (LSSI), this website uses 'cookies'
in order to provide a better service and provide you with a better browsing experience.
In this 'cookies' policy you will find the description and purpose of each of the 'cookies' used, as well as its name,
the sending server, its expiration and information on how to verify if there is an international transfer of data.
We want to inform you clearly and precisely about the 'cookies' we use, detailing below; what is a 'cookie', what is
it for, what types of 'cookies' we use, what is their purpose and how you can configure or disable them if you wish.
What is a 'cookie'?
A 'cookie' is a file that is downloaded on websites and is sent from certain websites to the browser, and that are
stored on the user's computer, which may be a personal computer, a mobile phone, tablet, etc. These files enable
the website to remember information about your visit, such as language and favourites, which enables you to
retrieve information about the browsing made from your computer, which is intended to facilitate your next visit
and to make the site more useful thanks to the customisation of its content.
How are 'cookies' used?
By browsing this website, users are agreeing to the installation of 'cookies' on their computer and that allow us to
find out the following information:
Recognize you as a user. Obtain information about your browsing habits. Customize the way content is displayed.
-Statistical information about the use of the website.
-The user’s log-in to keep the session open on the website.
-The preferred website format for access from mobile devices.
-The most recent searches made on the services on the website and customisation data for these services.
-Information about advertisements that users are displayed. -
Information from surveys that users have taken part in. -Data on the
connection with social networks for users who access through their
Facebook or Twitter accounts.
Below, you can find a classification of the 'cookies' that exist and may be used on our website, taking into account
that the same 'cookie' may be included in more than one category.
Types of 'cookies':
A.-Types of cookies according to the period of time they remain activated. Depending on the period of time that
they remain activated in the terminal equipment, this website can use both temporary session cookies and
1.- Session 'cookies': session 'cookies' store data only while the user accesses the web. They are usually used to
store information that only interests to keep for the provision of the service requested by the user on a single
occasion and disappear at the end of the session.
2.- Persistent / Permanent 'Cookies': permanent 'cookies' store the data in the terminal so that they are accessed
and used in more than one session. The data that is still stored in the terminal can be accessed and processed
during a period defined by the person responsible for the cookie and which can last from a few minutes to several
B.-Types of cookies according to their purpose. According to the purpose for which the data obtained through the
'cookies' is processed, the website may use:
1. Strictly necessary 'cookies': Strictly necessary 'cookies' are absolutely essential for the website to function
properly. This category only includes 'cookies' that guarantee basic functionalities and security features of the
website. These 'cookies' do not store any personal information.
2.-Technical 'cookies': These are any that allow users to browse a website, platform or application and the use of
different options or services that exist therein, such as to monitor traffic and communication of data, identify the
log-in session, allow parties to have restricted access, remind users of the elements that make up an order,
complete the purchase process of an order, perform a request for registration or participation in an event, use
security elements while browsing, store content for the broadcasting of videos or sound or share content through
social networks, etc.
3.-Customisation 'cookies': These are any that allow users to access the service with certain general predefined
characteristics according to a set of criteria on users’ computers, such as the language, the type of browser used
to access the service, the geo-localisation of the computer and the regional configuration from which you access
4.- Strictly necessary 'cookies': Strictly necessary 'cookies' are absolutely essential for the website to function
properly. This category only includes 'cookies' that guarantee basic functionalities and security features of the
website. These 'cookies' do not store any personal information.
5.-Behavioural advertising 'cookies': These allow the advertising space that may be included by the publisher on a
website, application or platform from which the requested service is provided to be managed in the most efficient
manner possible. These cookies store information on user behaviour obtained through continued observation of
their browsing habits, allowing the development of a specific profile to display advertising based on the same.
C.- Types of cookies according to the entity that manages them. Depending on who is the entity that manages the
computer or domain from which cookies are sent and treats the data obtained, we can distinguish:
1.- Own/First-party cookies: are understood to be any that are sent to a user’s computer from a device or domain
managed by the publisher itself and from which the service requested is provided to the User.
2.- Third-party cookies: These are any that are sent to users’ computers from a device or domain that is not
operated by the publisher, but by another entity that processes the data obtained through the cookies. Third-party
'cookies' can be installed on certain websites that allow the services offered to be managed and improved. These
may be Google Analytics, and Comscore statistical services.
Users expressly agree to use 'cookies' when browsing or using our services. However, users can opt to prevent
the generation of 'cookies' and their removal by selecting the corresponding option on their browser. Certain
services or functionalities of the website may not be available if you block the use of 'cookies' on your browser.
When browsing or using our services, the user expressly accepts our use of 'cookies'. However, the user has the
option of preventing the generation of 'cookies' and their elimination by selecting the corresponding option in their
browser. If you block the use of 'cookies' in your browser, it is possible that some services or functionalities of the
website are not available.
The Entity uses the following 'cookies' on this website for the purposes set out below:
FIRST-PARTY (OWN) COOKIES
(ID of the cookie and
how it appears in the
(first-party or third-party)
(Expiry/Duration date of
the cookie once
(The domain that the
cookie is linked to)
(Function and purpose of
sm_referral First-Party Persistent cookie
Expiry /Duration: 1 year
optVal First-Party Persistent cookie
Expiry /Duration: 1 year
'Cookies' do not contain information that allows them, by themselves, to identify a specific user. Regarding us, the
information obtained can only be associated with a specific user if that user is identified on the web. If so, such
of current regulations on the protection of personal data. The affected users may exercise at any time their right to
more information you must access our Data Protection Policy.
The 'cookies' will be used solely and exclusively for the necessary time, to fulfill the purposes for which it has been
indicated in each cookie. In relation to third-party cookies, the retention periods can be consulted in the privacy
policies and 'cookies' policies of the third parties. Once the 'cookie' has expired, it can be renewed if the user
accepts its use again.
You can find out about transfers to third countries that, where appropriate, are made by the third parties identified
in this 'cookie' policy in their corresponding policies.
How to manage cookies in your browser?
The user has the option of allowing, blocking or deleting the cookies installed on his/her computer by configuring
the browser options installed on their terminal.
gives consent for their use in the following way: When you access any website, a message will appear indicating
reject their use by configuring your browser settings. If you do not configure your browser settings to ensure that
cookies are not activated, when browsing the website of WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA SL and
using its services you accept the use made of these cookies.
browser, and can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your system by configuring the options of the web
browser that you use on your device (computer, mobile, tablet). You can allow or block 'cookies', as well as delete
your browsing data (including 'cookies') from the browser you use. Consult the options and instructions offered by
your browser for this. Keep in mind that if you accept third-party 'cookies', you must delete them from the browser
Without enabling the necessary and technical 'cookies' described in this 'cookie' policy, some services or
functionalities of the website may not be available.
If cookies are not activated as described above, the web services indicated will not be provided.
The following links explain how to carry out this process for the main web browsers:
Microsoft Edge: https://support.microsoft.com/es-es/microsoft-edge/eliminar-las-cookies-en-microsoft-edge -
Updating the cookies policy
The company WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA SL will update this policy when necessary, either
because of a regulation requiring it to do so, or because it has removed certain cookies, or is using new cookies.
Any modification of these terms and conditions will be published on this website.
Once you have been informed of the new terms and conditions, and these have been made available to you by
publishing them on this website, the new cookies policy will apply and automatically replace the previous policy.
If you have any queries about this cookies policy, you can contact the company WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN
VERDERA SL by emailing email@example.com.
In accordance with the provisions of Articles 10 and 11 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on Information Society
Services and Electronic Commerce, we provide users and visitors with the legal information relating to the
organisation that owns the website located at the internet address www.hotelcanverdera.com
Owner of the website.
Corporate name: WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA SL
Tax code: B09954132
Address: CARRER DES TOROS, Nº 1 07109 FORNALUTX, BALEARES
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms and conditions of use:
In order to browse this website as a visitor or to register with and access the services offered by WORK HARD
PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA SL, the following terms and conditions of service and use must be accepted:
a) The user accepts these general terms and conditions of use and service of the www.hotelcanverdera.com
website. Any user who does not accept these terms and conditions will be unable to use the services and contents
of the website www.hotelcanverdera.com.
b) These terms and conditions of use regulate the access and use of the website www.hotelcanverdera.com.
Use of this website confers the status of user from the moment of access and once browsing has begun. By
accessing any of the website’s content, the user expressly accepts these general terms and conditions. The user
accepts the particular conditions applicable to the different services provide by the organisation on the website
c) The website www.hotelcanverdera.com provides users with access to and use of diverse information and
d) The user must be of legal age to use the services of the www.hotelcanverdera.com website. Minors under
the age of 18 may only use the services of the www.hotelcanverdera.com website under the supervision of a
parent or legal guardian.
e) The user undertakes to make appropriate use of the content and services of the
www.hotelcanverdera.com website.This use must be carried out in accordance with the law, good conduct, public
order and the provisions of these general terms and conditions.
f) In general, the provision of the website’s services and access to the information that it contains does not
require prior subscription or registration by the user. However, WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA SL
makes the use of some of the services offered on the website conditional upon the prior completion of the
corresponding registration or personal data collection form by the user. The aforementioned registration must be
carried out in the manner expressly indicated in the service itself or in the specific conditions by which it is
regulated, where applicable.
g) The user accepts the obligation not to carry out any action that may damage, render unusable, prevent
access to or damage the contents and services, and/or prevent normal use, of the website
www.hotelcanverdera.com by other users. In particular, and by way of example but not limitation, the user agrees:
Not to carry out any action that may affect, destroy, alter, render unusable or damage personal data, programmes
or electronic documents found on the website.
Not to introduce, store or disseminate any computer program, data, virus or code that may damage the website,
any of the services or any of the equipment, systems or networks of the organisation, of any other user and/or of
any of the organisation’s suppliers.
The organisation reserves the right to modify these terms and conditions unilaterally, at any time and without prior
notice. In these cases the information will be published and notice given as soon as is possible. The right is also
reserved to modify the presentation and configuration of the website unilaterally, at any time and without prior
Links to third parties.
This Legal Notice refers exclusively to the website, and does not apply to any links or third party websites
accessible through it. The organisation is not responsible for the content of any websites linked to, or for any link
included on a website accessed from the organisation’s website.
Intellectual and industrial property.
All the contents of the website are the exclusive property of the organisation, including but not limited to the
graphic design, source code, logos, texts, graphics, illustrations, photographs and any other elements that appear
on the website. Likewise, the trade names, trademarks or distinctive signs of any kind contained on the website
are protected by intellectual and industrial property law. The organisation has the exclusive right to make use of
the aforementioned intellectual property in any form and, in particular, the rights of reproduction, distribution and
public communication. The user is prohibited from any non-consensual use, in whole or in part, of any of the
contents of the website that make up the intellectual or industrial property rights of the organisation over the
website and/or its contents.
The organisation reserves the right to take any type of legal action against any user who carries out any action
that involves the reproduction, distribution, commercialisation, transformation and, in general, any other use, by
any means, of all or part of the contents of the website, and which constitutes a breach of the website’s intellectual
and/or industrial property rights.
For the purposes of these general terms and conditions, and for any communication that may be necessary
between the organisation and the user, the latter should use the email address email@example.com.
Communications from the organisation to the user will be made in accordance with the personal data provided by
the user when registering on the website www.hotelcanverdera.com. For all communications relating to the use of
the website and/or the contracting of the services offered therein, the user expressly accepts the use of email as a
valid procedure for sending any such communications.
The relationships established between the owner of the website and the user will be governed by current Spanish
legislation, and the competent Courts and Tribunals will be responsible for resolving any possible disputes that
may arise. If the user is considered to be a consumer, the competent Courts and Tribunals will be those provided
for in the provisions of current legislation governing consumer protection.
In accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation GDPR (EU) 679/2016 and Organic
Law 3/2018, of 5 December, on Personal Data Protection and Guarantee of Digital Rights, you are provided with
the following information on the processing of your personal data.
Who controls the processing of your personal data?
Data Controller and Data Protection Officer
The Data Controller responsible for the processing of your personal data is WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN
VERDERA SL, with registered address at CARRER DES TOROS, Nº 1, 07109, FORNALUTX. You can contact
the data protection officer at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org DATA PROTECTION
OFFICER: CONTACT: / http://www.protecmir.com / E-MAIL: email@example.com.
What data do we process?
At WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA SL we process the personal data that you provide by filling in the
forms provided for this purpose on this website, as well as any personal data resulting from the provision or
contracting of our services or products and/or any personal data resulting from the commercial relationship that
you have with us. In addition, we process the personal data generated by your activity on our website, which
includes your browsing data obtained through the website.
It is important for us to keep the record of your personal data up to date. You are obliged to keep us informed of
any changes or errors in your personal data as soon as possible by contacting us by email:
What do we process your personal data for?
Purpose: Your personal data is processed for the following purposes:
-Managing and maintaining the services provided through the website.
-Managing and servicing queries and requests for information made by users through the contact form. The email
address and personal data that you provide us with through the contact form on the website will be used
exclusively to deal with the queries that you send us by this means.
-Compliance with applicable legal obligations.
-Sending commercial communications and newsletters, and advertising our services and products.
-Managing the contracting of our services and/or products.
-Managing requests for information or requests for quotations for our services or products.
-Conducting surveys to improve our services.
-Receiving and managing your curriculum vitae in order to participate in the organisation’s staff selection
-If you have given your consent and in order to be able to offer you services relating to your interests, your
personal data may be used to draw up a commercial profile. No automated decisions will be made based on said
How long will we keep your personal data?
We keep your personal data in our systems and files for as long as is needed to carry out the purposes of the
processing, and to comply with applicable legislation. Your personal data will be kept for as long as there is a
contractual and/or commercial relationship with you, or as long as you do not exercise your right to the deletion
and/or restriction of processing of your data. The length of time for which personal data is kept will vary depending
on the purposes of the processing, and in general terms:
-The personal data that you provide when contracting our services or products will be kept for the duration of the
contractual relationship and, once said relationship has ended, for the legally mandated period of time with regard
to any legal actions arising from said relationship.
-The personal data you provide in order for us to manage requests for information or queries through the contact
form will be kept as long as you do not request for said data to be erased or cancelled.
-The personal data you provide to subscribe to our newsletter or bulletins will be kept as long as you do not
request its deletion, indicate your opposition and/or request its limitation.
-The personal data you provide to us by sending us your curriculum vitae will be kept for a period of no more than
-The personal data obtained from your browsing and consumption habits, as well as the commercial profile
obtained, will be kept as long as you do not request its deletion or cancellation.
Your personal data will be kept for as long as it is useful for the purposes indicated and, in any case, for legally
mandated periods and for length of time necessary to address any possible liabilities arising from the processing
of said data.
We have appropriate technical and organisational security measures in place to protect your personal data against
unauthorised or unlawful processing, accidental loss, destruction or damage, and to ensure the integrity and
confidentiality of your personal data. The technical and organisational security measures implemented make it
possible to: guarantee the permanent confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of the processing systems
and services; restore the availability of and access to personal data promptly in the event of a physical or technical
incident; and regularly verify, evaluate and assess the effectiveness of the technical and organisational measures
implemented to ensure the security of the processing.
These technical and organisational security measures have been designed taking into account our IT
infrastructure, the state of the art in accordance with current standards and practices, the cost of implementation
and the nature, scope, context and purposes of the processing, as well as the risks of varying likelihood and
severity of the processing to your personal data.
What is the legitimacy for the processing of your data?
Legitimacy: The legitimacy to process your personal data is based on:
-Executing and maintaining a contractual and commercial relationship with you, such as contracting the
organisation’s products and services, and managing and processing requests for quotes for the organisation’s
products and/or services, all in accordance with the provisions of Article 6.1.B of GDPR (EU) 679/2016 and
Organic Law 3/2018, of 5 December (LOPDPGDD).
-Your express consent for one or more purposes, such as sending you our own or third-party advertising
communications or newsletters, managing how curricula vitae are sent, and taking part in activities or
competitions, all in accordance with the provisions of article 6.1.A of GDPR (EU) 679/2016 and Organic Law
3/2018, of 5 December (LOPDPGDD).
-Compliance with various legal obligations, all in accordance with the provisions of Article 6.1.C of GDPR (EU)
679/2016 and Organic Law 3/2018, of 5 December (LOPDPGDD).
-Meeting the legitimate interests pursued by the data controller or by a third party, e.g. for security reasons, to
improve our services and/or to manage requests or queries.
During the data collection process, and in each place on the website where personal data is requested, the user
will be informed by means of a hyperlink or by the inclusion of appropriate mentions on the form itself of the
mandatory nature or otherwise of the collection of their personal data.
The personal data requested in the forms on the website are, in general, mandatory (unless otherwise specified in
the required field) in order to comply with the established purposes. Therefore, if the personal data requested is
not provided, or is not provided correctly, the request cannot be fulfilled.
There is an obligation to provide your personal data when contracting a service or product, and/or when
requesting a quote or offer.
The sending of advertising communications, newsletters or bulletins about our products and services is based on
the consent that you are asked for, and under no circumstances does the withdrawal of this consent affect the
contractual or commercial relationship that you have with us.
If you have authorised us to send advertising for our services and products, your personal data may be used to
manage the sending of advertising offers and newsletters by electronic means. In these cases, the provisions of
articles 20 and 21 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July 2002, on information society services and electronic commerce,
apply to the use and processing of your personal data for the purpose of sending advertising by electronic means.
If you have ticked the option to receive advertising, or if you have subscribed to our newsletter, you can cancel this
option at any time.
With which recipients will your data be shared?
Recipients:In general, your personal data will not be shared with any third party outside the organisation, unless
there is a legal obligation to do so. However, you are informed that third-party providers may have access to your
personal information as data processors in the context of providing a service for the data controller organisation.
You are informed that you can request a complete list of the recipients that may receive your personal data as
processors or as third-party recipients transfer by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to the above,
the organisation may transfer or communicate personal data in order to fulfil its obligations to the Public
Administrations in cases where this is required, in accordance with the legislation in force.
-International data transfers:
In order to carry out the data processing activities detailed above, we may transfer data to countries outside the
European Economic Area (EEA), and store said data in physical or digital databases managed by organisations
acting on our behalf. Database management and the processing of data are limited to the purposes of the
processing and are carried out in accordance with applicable data protection laws and regulations. If any data is
sent outside the EEA, the company will use appropriate contractual measures to ensure data protection, including
but not limited to contracts based on the standard data protection clauses adopted by the European Commission
applicable to the sending of personal data outside the EEA.
What rights do you have in the processing of your personal data?
Your rights: You have the right to obtain access to your personal data, as well as to request that any inaccurate
data be rectified or, where appropriate, to request the removal of said data when, among other reasons, the
information is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was obtained. In certain circumstances, you may
request that the processing of your data be limited, in which case we will only retain it for the purpose of filings or
defending complaints. Additionally, and for purposes related to your particular situation, you may oppose the
processing of your data, in which case your personal information will no longer be processed for those purposes to
which you have stated you opposition. Where technically possible, you may request the portability of your data to
another data controller. To exercise these rights, in accordance with current legislation, you can send a letter by
post, enclosing a copy of a document proving your identity (DNI), to WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN VERDERA
SL at CARRER DES TOROS, Nº 1, CP: 07109, FORNALUTX or send an email to email@example.com.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority: Spanish Data Protection Agency (www.
agpd.es). Origin of personal data: the data subject.
You expressly accept the inclusion of the personal data collected while browsing the website and/or provided by
filling in any forms, as well as any data resulting from a possible commercial relationship, in the organisation’s
automated personal data files.
The organisation guarantees the confidentiality of users’ personal data. However, when required to do so, the
organisation will disclose personal data to the relevant public authorities, along with any other information in its
possession or which is accessible through its systems, in accordance with the legal and regulatory provisions
applicable to each case. Personal data may be kept in the files owned by WORK HARD PLAY HARD, CAN
VERDERA SL even after the commercial relations formalised through the organisation’s website have ended,
solely for the purposes indicated above and, in any case, for the legally established periods, at the disposal of
administrative or judicial authorities.
Use of social media
When you interact with our website through various social media platforms, such as when you connect to or follow
us or share our content on social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram or others), we may
receive information from these platforms, including information about your profile, user ID associated with your
social media account, and any other public information that you allow to be shared with third parties on said
The organisation uses social media as a way to provide information about the services it offers, as well as any
other activity or event that it carries out and wishes to publicise, but at no time will it obtain personal data from
users interacting on said social media platforms, unless there is express authorisation to do so.
This data is only used within the social media platform itself and is not incorporated into any processing system.
and observe if you use them.
In cases of registration and/or access through a social media account, the organisation may collect and access
certain information from your user profile on said platform, solely for the purposes indicated above.