Legal notice

abito suites
Grimmaische Straße 16
04109 Leipzig
Tel.: + 49-341-98 52-788
Fax: + 49-341-98 52-750
info(at)abito.com
www.abito.com

Management:
Parkhotel Leipzig Theo Gerlach OHG
Richard-Wagner-Str. 7, 04109 Leipzig
Leipzig district court
Commercial register number: HRA 11238
Registered office: Leipzig
VAT ID No. in accordance with § 27a UStG: DE 141514185
Authorised representative: Gregor Gerlach

Information on the online facility for the resolution of disputes:
abito suites is, in accordance with § 36 VSBG, responsible for informing you that you have the possibility of participating in a process for resolving consumer disputes as specified in the legislation on consumer dispute settlement. abito suites is neither prepared nor obliged to participate in dispute settlement processes before a consumer dispute arbitration organisation.

For any legal disputes which have already begun the following applies in accordance with § 37 VSBG: The general office for consumer dispute resolution responsible for abito suites is the Allgemeine Verbraucherschlichtungsstelle des Zentrums für Schlichtung e.V., Straßburger Str. 8 in 77694 Kehl, Tel.: +49 7851 79579 40, Fax: +49 7851 79579 41, Email: mail@verbraucher-schlichter.de.

abito suites does not participate in consumer dispute resolution proceedings in accordance with the legislation on consumer dispute resolutions before the above-mentioned consumer dispute arbitration organisation.

Copyright: © Seaside Hotels 2018

 

Disclaimer

In spite of careful checks we can accept no liability for the content of external links. The content of externally linked websites is the responsibility of the individual website operator.

For more information please see our data protection policy.

 

Photographic credits

E-Wellness
– Sliderbild: © fotolila 85186536, Beautiful Young Woman Getting a Face Treatment at Beauty Salon, Urheber: puhhha
– „Entspannter Aufenthalt in Leipzig“: © fotolila 61081843, Close-up of a Beautiful Woman Getting Spa Treatment, Urheber: puhhha

Dining
– “Starbucks”: © fotolila 181945391, Titel: “Hand of barista making latte or cappuccino coffee pouring milk making latte art”, Urheber: DDDphoto
– “Vapiano”: © Urheber: Dirk Brzoska

Leipzig
– Sliderbild: Abendstimmung – Skyline von Leipzig – Panorama, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Michael Bader
– Sliderbild: Gewandhaus zu Leipzig – Notenspur-Station 1, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– Sliderbild: Universität Leipzig, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– Sliderbild: Kneipenmeile Drallewatsch im Barfußgässchen, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Michael Bader
– Sliderbild: Blick vom Johannapark – City-Hochhaus und Neues Rathaus, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– Sliderbild: Völkerschlachtdenkmal, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– Sliderbild: Nikolaikirche und Friedenssäule, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– Sliderbild: Oper Leipzig, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt

Leipzig / Events
– „Leipziger Weihnachtsmarkt“: Eingang zum Märchenwald, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– „Partner Pferd – Messe Leipzig“: Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– „Beach & Boat – Wassersportmesse Leipzig“: Fotoservice auf www.beach-and-boat.de
– „Haus-Garten-Freizeit – Messe Leipzig“: Fotoservice auf www.haus-garten-freizeit.de
– „Leipziger Buchmesse“: Treppe in der Glashalle, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– „a capella“: DREIECK MARKETING, Urheber: © Holger_Schneider
– „Museumsnacht Halle + Leipzig“: Museum der Bildenden Künste, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– „Leipziger Bierbörse“: Foto bereitgestellt von der BIERBÖRSE Veranstaltungsagentur Kay Rohr
– „Leipziger Stadtfest“: Foto bereitgestellt von der Bernd Hochmuth Veranstaltungsmanagement e.K.
– „Wave-Gotik-Treffen“: WGT Stammgäste aus Österreich im Seaside Park Hotel Leipzig 2015, Urheber: © Gitta Jonek
– „Bachfest Leipzig“: Bach-Archiv Leipzig, Urheber: © Gert Mothes
– „Weinfest – Leipziger Innenstadt“: Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– „Classic open Leipzig“: Classic Open auf dem Markt, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt

Leipzig / Insider-Tips
– „Panometer Leipzig“: Panometer Leipzig – Great Barrier Reef – Wunderwelt Korallenriff, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– „Bacharchiv“: Bosehaus – Bachmuseum, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– „Neuseenland“: Neuseenland – Sonnenuntergang am Cospudener See, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– Standbild: Opernhaus bei Nacht – Notenspur-Station 10, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt
– Standbild: Hauptbahnhof – Promenaden, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt

Leipzig / Partners
– Standbild: Auerbachs Keller – Hängeleuchter „Walpurgisnacht“, Foto-Archiv Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Urheber: © Andreas Schmidt

General terms and conditions

Terms and conditions of Park Hotel Leipzig and abito suites

These terms apply to all services such as accommodation, the provision of conference and banqueting rooms for the implementation of events and all further related services and supplies. They apply correspondingly to the provision of other rooms, facilities, display cases and areas. The following terms and conditions have exclusive application. Even if they are not expressly rejected, the terms and conditions of customers (general designation for guests, organisers of events or those placing orders) will not form part of the contractual relationship.

1. Contractual relationship

Reservations for rooms and areas as well as agreements relating to other supplies and services become binding for both parties on confirmation by the hotel or – if this is not possible for reasons of time – on the provision of the services or supplies. The reservation of rooms, display cases and areas represents a rental contract. Any subletting of rooms or areas and their use for other purposes than temporary accommodation will require the prior written approval of the hotel. If the reservation is made by a third party, regardless of any power of attorney provided by the guest this third-party becomes a party to the contract and is liable together with the guest for all obligations arising from this contract.

2. Arrival and departure

Rooms are available to guests from 15:00 on the day of arrival and until 11.00 hrs on the day of departure. Determining the rooms to be provided to the guest will be implemented on the day of arrival by the hotel. Unless later arrival has been expressly agreed, after 18.00 abito suites will have the right to rent the reserved rooms to other guests. This will not give rise to a claim for compensation on the part of the guest. If guests wish to depart after 11.00 hrs, they must inform reception by 22.00 hrs at the latest on the day before. In the event of departure before 18.00 hrs, half the room price will be payable, and after 18.00 hrs the full price will be charged.

3. Prices

Rooms are available to guests from 15:00 on the day of arrival and until 11.00 hrs on the day of departure. Determining the rooms to be provided to the guest will be implemented on the day of arrival by the hotel. Unless later arrival has been expressly agreed, after 18.00 abito suites will have the right to rent the reserved rooms to other guests. This will not give rise to a claim for compensation on the part of the guest. If guests wish to depart after 11.00 hrs, they must inform reception by 22.00 hrs at the latest on the day before. In the event of departure before 18.00 hrs half the room price will be payable, and after 18.00 hrs the full price will be charged.

4. Terms of payment

All of the hotel’s invoices based on a contract are payable without deduction within 14 days from the invoice date. In all cases the hotel can require the guest to make a reasonable advance payment. If the above payment deadline is not met, the customer will be in arrears of payment without this requiring a prior reminder. As soon as the customer is in arrears of payment the hotel will be entitled to charge interest on arrears of 3 % above the base rate of the European Central Bank. This is without prejudice to the assertion of a claim for higher damages. For reminders which are implemented after the customer is in arrears, a charge of €20 per reminder can be made.

5. Withdrawal and cancellation

In the event of force majeure or other circumstances for which the hotel is not responsible and cannot influence, the hotel reserves the right to withdraw from the contract without this giving rise to claims for compensation on the part of the customer. If the customer fails to make use of a reserved room without informing the hotel in good time, the payment obligations listed in 5a) to 5e) still have to be fulfilled. This applies regardless of the reason for the failure to make use of the room. Cancellations must be accompanied by a written declaration by the customer/guest. The following deadlines for cancellations apply.

5a) Accommodation for up to 10 persons:

  • free of charge up to 18:00 hrs 1 day before the reserved date.
  • After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.

5b) Accommodation for 10 to 100 persons:

  • free of charge for all rooms up to 6 weeks before arrival.
  • free of charge for 50% of rooms up to 4 weeks before arrival. After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.
  • Up to 2 weeks before the reserved date, 25 % of the modified original number of rooms. After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.
  • Up to 3 days before the reserved date, 10 % of the modified original number of rooms. After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.

5c) Accommodation for over 101 persons:

  • Cancellation of the reserved rooms free of charge up to 12 weeks before the reserved date.
  • Cancellation of 75% of the rooms free of charge up to 8 weeks before the reserved date. After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.
  • Up to 6 weeks before the reserved date, 50% of the modified original number of rooms. After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.
  • Up to 4 weeks before the reserved date, 25% of the modified original number of rooms. After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.
  • Up to 7 days before the reserved date, 10% of the modified original number of rooms. After that 90% of the agreed accommodation price will be charged.

5e) No-show and premature departure:
In the case of no-show on the day of arrival or of premature departure, the hotel reserves the right to charge 90% of the accommodation price. In all cases the customer will have the right to prove that the damage incurred was less, and the hotel to prove that it was greater.

6. Events

Before the implementation of an event the organisers are responsible for obtaining, at their own costs and in good time, any official permits which are required. They are also responsible for complying with the terms of the permit and any public regulations applying to the event. Newspaper advertisements and public invitations as well as sales activities require the prior written consent of the hotel. The hotel will have the right to cancel the event if its publication will have a negative effect on the hotels interests or if the hotel has justified grounds for assuming that the event will jeopardise the trouble-free operations, security or reputation of the hotel or its guests. In this event the organisers will have no claim to compensation. If the hotel obtains technical or other equipment or facilities from third parties on behalf of the organisers, the hotel will be acting in the name and for the account of the organisers. The organisers will be liable for the careful treatment and orderly return of the equipment or facilities, and indemnify the hotel against all claims from third parties arising from the provision of the equipment or facilities. Organisers may only bring their own food and drinks with the prior written consent of the hotel. In this case a service charge will be payable.

Events are subject to the following cancellation deadlines:

  • Free of charge up to 8 weeks before the date of the event on the basis of a written declaration. After that the hotel will have the right to charge the agreed fee for the facilities, unless they can be rented to another customer
  • In the event of cancellation up to 4 weeks before the date of the event the hotel will have the right to charge for 40% of the lost catering turnover in addition to the agreed rent for the facilities. If no specific food and drink have been selected, the most inexpensive three-course set meal will be the basis for the calculation.

In the event of a later withdrawal the hotel will have the right to charge for 40% of the lost catering turnover in addition to the agreed rent for the facilities. The catering turnover will be based on the lowest set meal price multiplied by the number of persons.

Changes to participant numbers:

A change of more than 15% in the participant numbers must be notified to the banqueting department at the latest three working days before the event. It will require the approval of the hotel. In the event of a higher number of participants the actual number of participants will be charged for. If there is a change of more than 40% in the number of participants the hotel will have the right to recalculate its prices and to change the reserved room facilities, provided that the organisers can be reasonably expected to accept this. In this case too, the following applies: In all cases the customer will have the right to prove that the damage incurred was less, and the hotel to prove that it was greater.
In all cases any special services which become surplus to requirements because of the change/cancellation must be paid for. The organisers will be responsible for any losses or damage which is caused either by themselves, their employees or guests. The organisers are responsible for concluding the relevant insurance cover. The hotel will be entitled to require proof of such insurance cover. In order to prevent damage, the application of decorative materials or other objects will require the written approval of the hotel. If the event affects the rights of third parties (copyright etc.), the organisers will be responsible for paying the relevant fees (GEMA etc.) directly before the event takes place. If claims for damages are asserted against the hotel in spite of this, the organisers will indemnify the hotel against claims from the rights holders.

7. Liability

The hotel will make every effort to implement early-morning calls punctually, and pass on messages and goods messages and goods to guests correctly and in good time. Any objects which are found will be sent on to the guest only at the request, cost and risk of the guest. The object will become the property of the finder if it is not claimed within one year from the time at which it was found. No liability on the part of the hotel will arise from the above points. If the guest is allocated a parking space in the hotel’s own car park or in a different location, either free or against payment, this will not provide the basis for a contract of safe custody. The hotel will have no surveillance obligations in relation to the vehicle. The hotel will only be liable for direct damage to the vehicle which is caused by any defect in the parking space already in existence at the time it was allocated, but only to a maximum of 15,000.00 euros per vehicle including accessories. The damage must be reported to the hotel at the latest on departure from the hotel grounds. Guests use the leisure facilities provided by the hotel at their own risk. Any technical or personal objects brought by the organisers remain in the rooms used for the event at the risk of the organisers. The liability of the hotel and its staff is limited to deliberate wrongdoing and gross negligence.

8. Consumer dispute resolution

The hotel is, in accordance with § 36 VSBG, responsible for informing you that you have the possibility of participating in a process for resolving consumer disputes as specified in the legislation on consumer dispute settlement. The hotel is neither prepared nor obliged to participate in dispute settlement processes before a consumer dispute arbitration organisation. For any legal disputes which have already begun the following applies in accordance with § 37 VSBG: The dispute resolution organisation responsible for the hotel is the Allgemeine Verbraucherschlichtungsstelle des Zentrums für Schlichtung e. V., Straßburger Straße 8 in 77694 Kehl, Tel.: +49 7851 79579 40, Fax: +49 7851 79579 41, Email: mail@verbraucher-schlichter.de. The hotel does not participate in consumer dispute resolution proceedings in accordance with the legislation on consumer dispute resolutions before the above-mentioned consumer dispute arbitration organisation.

8. General

If any provision of these terms and conditions is invalid, this will not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The invalid provision will be replaced by the applicable statutory provision. The place of fulfilment is the registered location of the hotel. The laws of the Federal Republic of Germany have sole application.

Valid from: February 2017