Privacy protection

Privacy protection in our hotels

Restel collects customer information in accordance with the Finnish Personal Data Act. Find the privacy policy of the Restel Oy hotels' person registers below.

Review and correction

You may review your information by sending a signed request for revision to Restel Oy, Hotellien tuotehallinta, P.O. Box 72, FI-00501 Helsinki, Finland. You can also send any corrections, supplements or removals related to your information to the aforementioned address.

Right to prohibit

You have the right to prohibit the use of your information for direct marketing, distance selling and other direct advertising. Send your prohibition to Restel Oy, Hotellien tuotehallinta, P.O. Box 72, FI-00501 Helsinki, Finland or call +358 (0)9 733 5421 or fax +358 (0)9 733 5399.

Privacy policy

Data controller

Restel Oy

Contact information

Hämeentie 19, FI-00500 Helsinki, Finland
Fax +358 (0)9 733 5399

Contact person

Kati Litmanen
Hämeentie 19, FI-00500 Helsinki, Finland
Tel. +358 (0)9 733 5421
Fax +358 (0)9 733 5399

Name of register

Reservation information register of booking system

Purpose of register

The register is used for the management of reservations made through the booking system, such as sending reservation confirmations. Electronic newsletters related to the reservation can be sent to customers before or after their stay in the hotel.

Data content of register

The customer information required to make a reservation.

Sources of information

The information related to the customers is received from the customers with the customers' consent during the making of the reservation. 

Disclosure and transfer of data

The information will not be disclosed for marketing purposes outside Restel Oy. The information will not be disclosed or transferred outside the EU or the European Economic Area.

Protection of register

The facilities hosting the customer database have limited access rights. The access to the database via the public information network is secure.


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