Disclosure under D.Lgs.196/03


In relation to D.Lgs 30/06/2003 N.196 – Code on the protection of personal data provides information regarding the processing of personal data.


The “owner” of the treatment for the site is FerrariHotel, with legal headquarters in Via Clemente Alberti, 37 Carugate (MI)


As a result of the consultation of websites managed or made by Ferrari Hotel or the use of services or the use of software from this product, data relating to identified persons or other data that may be identify them.

a. Browsing Data

Computer systems responsible for the operation of the services acquire, in the course of their normal operation, some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols or is used to improve the quality of the service offered. This information is not collected to identify people, but by their very nature they may allow to identify them.

B. Data provided voluntarily

Optional, explicit, and voluntary sending of e-mail or filling out computer forms involves the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address and any other personal data entered in the message or form. It is informs that personal data suitable to reveal racial and ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, political views, adherence to parties, trade unions, associations or organizations of a religious, philosophical nature, political or trade union data, as well as personal data that can reveal health status or sex life, constitute “sensitive data”. This data, together with the “judicial data” is not processed and, if received, they will be immediately deleted.

The provision of data in step b) is not mandatory, but any refusal to provide it may prevent the service from running in relation to the relationship between the data and the required services. If you decide to provide your personal information, you declare that you accept and consent to the treatment with the act of sending.


Personal data is processed with predominantly computer-based tools and, as needed, can be maintained even after the termination of the provision of services for purposes, in accordance with law, historical and statistical, administrative, accounting and tax, as well as commercial and marketing for its own or third-party products and services.

The data is processed by internal staff but can be transmitted and processed by employees, related companies, correspondents and distributors, consultants, banking and financial institutions, persons responsible for the protection of interests court, administrative and out-of-court law and for the recovery of claims, charged with the shipment of documents and corporate control.

Specific security measures are observed to prevent data loss, illicit or incorrect use, and unauthorized access.

If the services chosen are managed by a third party, the data will be communicated to the individual operators. The latter act as “Titolari” for the treatment associated with the delivery of the services of their own competence.


Under art. 7 D.Lgs 196/03, the person concerned will be able to exercise his rights to the controller at all times, in particular:

1. Obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data that concerns him even if not yet recorded and their communication in intelligible form.

2. Get indication in relation to:

– data source;
– purpose of treatment;
– treatment logic;
– identification details of the Owner, Managers and persons to whom the data can be disclosed.

3. You are also entitled to:

– updating, rectifying or integrating the collected data;
– the deletion, anonymous transformation or blocking of data processed in violation of the law including those which do not need to be retained in relation to the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed;
– the proof that the operations referred to in the previous points have been made known to those to whom such data have been disclosed or disseminated, except in the case where such fulfilment proves impossible or involves the use of means manifestly disproportionate to the protected right.

4. You also have the right to oppose, in whole or in part:

– for legitimate reasons for the processing of personal data that relates to it, although they are relevant to the purpose of collection;
– the processing of personal data relating to it for the purpose of sending advertising material, selling directly or carrying out market research.