2. If the accommodation contracts take effect as indicated in paragraph 1, the customer must pay the hotel, on the date indicated by the hotel, an amount that does not exceed the basic costs for the indicated stay (equivalent to 3 days of stay, for a stay of 4 days or more). (1) Payment for accommodation may be made in cash or by coupons, traveller`s cheques, hotel vouchers, credit cards or other means of payment accepted at our hotels. (2) If you make purchases outside the costs of your accommodation, you either have until the end of a certain period to pay this amount, or you will be charged directly for the payment of this amount. 2. If customers cancel all or part of the accommodation contracts for reasons attributable to the customers (unless the hotel requires payment of a payment date in accordance with Article 3(2) above, and customers cancel accommodation contracts before such payment), the customer is responsible for paying a cancellation fee in accordance with Table 2. However, in the event of a special agreement in accordance with Article 4(1), the customer is responsible for the payment of these cancellation fees. However, only if the hotel informs guests of their obligation to pay the cancellation fee when concluding a special agreement. 6.8. The Customer thus releases the Host from all costs, claims, liabilities or expenses incurred or incurred by the Host (or its representatives) in the event of a breach of this clause. In the event of an infringement, the customer`s membership may be terminated in accordance with the reception service contract. Two essential elements of the Safe Harbour procedure are (i) the taxable person enters into a qualified exchange agreement (a “QEAA”) and (ii) the services of an alternative housing holder (EAT). (1) Without our permission, do not light a fire or candles for heating or cooking in your guest room or in the hallway.
Cooking in your hotel room is strictly prohibited. (2) Do not smoke in fire-prone areas, for example.B. on a bed. . . .