Our Mission

At Cortijo Vista Alora, we are dedicated to protecting your privacy and safeguarding your personally identifiable information. 

Information Collection on our website

By using our website, you understand and agree to the collection and use of information in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Our Privacy Policy applies to all visitors, users, and others who visit our website ("Users").               

Our main purpose in collecting your personal information is to provide you with a streamlined experience in making reservations at Cortijo Vista Alora. We only collect information about you that we consider necessary for achieving this. Personally identifiable information is only obtained when making a reservation.

We sometimes use data collection devices such as “cookies” on certain pages of the website to measure effectiveness and safety. A “cookie” is a small file that gets placed on your hard drive that helps us provide our services. You are free to decline cookies if you choose to.


Third-party applications, websites and services

We are not responsible for the practices employed by any applications, websites or services linked to or from our website, including the information or content contained within them. Please remember that when you use a link to go from our website to another application, website or service, our Privacy Policy does not apply to those third-party applications, websites or services. Your browsing and interaction on any third-party application, website or service, including those that have a link on our Services, are subject to that third party's own rules and policies.


Your Personal Details & Privacy during registration 
We are required to register all guests over the age of 18 who stay with us, upon arrival. This includes full names and nationality, passport numbers, place of issue, fiscal numbers. This is in accordance with the (Immigration (Hotel records) Order 1972). These records are sent within 24 hours after arrival to the local Guardia Civil and kept for a minimum of 12 months and in accordance with the DPA (Data Protection Act 1998) and the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) [which comes into force in May 2018].