Additional policy terms

Clarenco LLP (“Clarenco”) is committed to safeguarding the privacy of visitors to our website. Please read the following policy to understand how your information will be treated.

You are not required to provide any personal information on the public areas of this website. However, you may choose to do so by completing the contact or enquiry forms on various sections of our website.

Clarenco acknowledges that the information you provide may be confidential Clarenco will maintain the confidentiality of and protect your information in accordance with the firm’s normal procedures and all applicable laws.

Clarenco has a legal obligation to ensure that your information is kept accurate and up to date. Please assist us to comply with this obligation by ensuring that you inform us of any changes to your information. You have the right to request details of the information we hold about you and to delete or rectify any inaccurate information about you by sending us a written request to

Google Ads

Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads. Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to visitors based on their visit to sites they visit on the Internet. Website visitors may opt out of using the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

  • Use of retargeting functions on this website

    Activation of interest-related advertising using “retargeting”

    This website uses so-called “retargeting Tags”. A “retargeting tag” is a JavaScript element which is positioned in the website source code. When a user visits a page on this website which contains a “retargeting tag”, the provider of the online advertising (e.g. Google) places a cookie on the user’s computer and organises the advertising in accordance with retargeting target group lists. This cookie is subsequently used to activate retargeting campaigns (“interest-related advertising “) on other websites. Studies have proven that integrating interest-related advertising is of greater interest for the internet user than an advert which has no direct relation to the person’s interest and previously visited websites.

  • what is a cookie?

    A cookie is a small amount of data that a website places on your computer.

  • why do websites use cookies?

    Web pages have no memory. If you are surfing from page to page within a website, you will not be recognised as the same user across pages. Cookies enable your browser to be recognised by the website. So cookies are mainly used to remember the choices you have made – choices such as the language you prefer and the currency you use. They will also make sure you are recognised when you return to a website.

  • do all cookies do the same thing?

    No, there are different types of cookies and different ways of using them. Cookies can be categorised according to their function, their lifespan and according to who places them on a website.

  • how does clarenco use cookies?

    Our website uses the following types of cookie:

    • Technical cookies: We try to give our visitors an advanced and user-friendly website that adapts automatically to their needs and wishes. To achieve this, we use technical cookies to show you our website, to make it function correctly. These technical cookies are absolutely necessary for our website to function properly.
    • Functional cookies: We also use functional cookies to remember your preferences and to help you to use our website efficiently and effectively, for example by remembering your preferred currency and language, your searches and the accommodation you viewed earlier. These functional cookies are not strictly necessary for the functioning of our website, but they add functionality for you and enhance your experience.
    • Analytics cookies: We use these cookies to gain insight into how our visitors use the website, to find out what works and what doesn’t, to optimise and improve our website and to ensure we continue to be interesting and relevant. The data we gather includes which web pages you have viewed, which referring/exit pages you have entered and left from, which platform type you have used, date and time stamp information and details such as the number of clicks you make on a given page, your mouse movements and scrolling activity, the search words you use and the text you type while using our website. We also make use of analytics cookies as part of our online advertising campaigns to learn how users interact with our website after they have been shown an online advertisement, which may include advertisements on third-party websites. We will not know who you are, and only obtain anonymous data.
    • Commercial cookies: We use these to show you Clarenco advertisements on other websites. This is called “retargeting” and it aims to be based on your browsing activities on our website, such as the destinations you have been searching for, the accommodation you have viewed and the prices you have been shown.
  • how long do clarenco cookies stay active?

    The cookies we use have varying lifespans. The maximum lifespan we set on some of them is five years from your last visit to our website. You can erase all cookies from your browser any time you want to.

  • how can you recognise clarenco cookies?

    You can find our cookies in your browser settings.

  • does clarenco use third-party cookies?

    Yes, Clarenco uses the services of trusted and recognised online advertising and marketing companies. Clarenco may also use third-party providers for analytical purposes. To enable their services, these companies need to place cookies.

    The providers we use are committed to building consumer awareness and establishing responsible business and data management practices and standards.

    When it comes to online advertising and marketing companies, we strive to only work with companies that are members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) and/or the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB). Members of NAI and IAB adhere to industry standards and codes of conduct. NAI and IAB members allow you to opt out of the behavioural advertising. Visit to identify the NAI members that may have placed an advertising cookie file on your computer. To opt out of an NAI or IAB member’s behavioural advertising programme, simply check the box that corresponds to the company from which you wish to opt out.

    In order to control the collection of data for analytical purposes by Google Analytics, you may want to visit the following link: Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.