Cookies are files that the web browser saves to the user’s device. Information about a user’s behaviour on our website is saved on to these cookies. When a user returns to the site later, the web browser sends back the cookies belonging to it. With the help of cookies, the site recognizes the user and utilises the information collected about them from their last session. The information collected can contain the user’s name, email, home or work address and phone number. The site only has information that the user has given. For example, the site cannot know the user’s email, unless they have submitted it to the site. The site cannot access other information on the user’s device.
Kämp Collection Hotels uses its own and third party cookies for the following purposes:
· Recognizing the user when they visit our site
· Saving the chosen language so that the user is automatically directed to the right language version of our site
· Analytics and user information collection with Google Analytics -tools
· Content targeting with Facebook Pixel
Kämp Collection Hotels uses the Google Analytics system, which is a third-party web analysis service by Google Inc., to analyse website use and to produce statistics and website reports by using cookies. Google Analytics collects information on website visitors by using cookies, so that the use of the website can be analysed and developed. For example the information collected contains how a user found the site and how they behave there.
The information collected with these cookies is transferred and saved on to Google’s servers in the United States. Google Analytics can give information to third-parties. Google announces that the information they collect cannot be connected to an individual person.
You can block Google from collecting and using information on your use of our websites (including your IP-address) through this link:
Kämp Collection Hotels uses Facebook Inc.’s custom audiences for digital marketing based on users’ interests. A tracking pixel, which is an analytics tool, is embedded on our websites to able target audience advertisement and to make sure our adverts are shown to the right demographic (based on e.g. age and interests).
With the help of tracking pixels, we can also follow the effectiveness of our Facebook adverts and utilise this information for statistical and marketing purposes. The tracking pixel creates a direct connection with the user’s browser and Facebook’s servers, through which Facebook receives information about a user’s device being used to visit our site. The information we collect remains anonymous and we cannot view a user’s personal information.
However, Facebook saves and handles the collected information, therefore is able to connect them to your Facebook account and use them for their own marketing purposes according to their privacy policies.
You can block the use of your information for custom audiences here:
How To Block Cookies
On most browsers, cookies can be blocked. Below are instructions on how to block cookies on different browsers.
· Internet Explorer: Click Tools > Internet options > Privacy > Advanced
· Firefox: Click the hamburger icon in the top right corner > Settings > Privacy & Security
· Safari: Click Settings > Privacy
· Google Chrome: Click the three dot icon in the top right corner > Settings > Advanced > Privacy& Security
Blocking cookies may disturb the usability of some sites.