Hotel Maatschappij Oud Amsterdam BV, trading as Jansz. is registered at the Chamber of Commerce under number 33122074 and VAT number NL001642364B01. Jansz. is based at Reestraat 8, 1016 GZ Amsterdam. The private company is independently owned by “Riverland Coöperatief”.
Jansz. informs, collects data, and executes e-commerce activities on the domains; pulitzeramsterdam.com, pulitzerhotelamsterdam.com, hotelpulitzeramsterdam.nl, westerkerkmeetings.com, pulitzersbar.nl, janszamsterdam.com, amsterdam-trouwen.nl, and weddingamsterdam.com.
The information on these websites has been put together with care. However, the software, products and services on these websites are subject to change and could include inaccuracies. Therefore no rights can be derived from the information on our webpages.
All provided information, including text and graphical elements, are protected by intellectual property rights. All these rights are reserved and controlled by Jansz. A user may not reproduce or distribute any copyrighted work without prior permission from Jansz.
We reserve the right to change or discontinue the information on this website at any time without notice. Jansz. is not liable for any consequences upon the discontinuance or alternation of any website services.
This website may contain links to third-party websites. Jansz. will not be liable for any of these linked websites, their information or services.
By using and viewing this website you accept the disclaimer in full, including the terms and conditions described above.
All websites of Jansz. offer the option to leave personal data in order to reserve tables or to provide us with any necessary information that supports the services we deliver. We are subject to the Dutch Data Protection Authority rules and regulations, which dictate how to use and safeguard your data.
Jansz. collects personal identifiable information in order to respond to the needs of guests and visitors of the hotel. The types of information that we collect may include but are not limited to the following:
- Contact information: name, gender, address, email address or telephone number.
- Payment information, including credit card number, expiry date and card holder’s name,
- Any preferences related to the services we provide and necessary to fulfill your special requests such as restaurant preferences, gender, lifestyle information, communication preferences, and any other information that you voluntary provide.
Some of the personal data we hold about you may be sensitive in the perspective of the Dutch Data Protection Act (Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens) such as information about your health. We will not use this sensitive data other than for the specific purpose you provide it for.
Jansz. does not ask for personal identifiable information unless we need it, intend to use it, or when you voluntary provide it. The primary purposes of collecting information are:
- Providing services, such as making a reservation, fulfilling a request for information, or completing a product order.
- Communicating special offers, promotions or restaurant news.
- Performing market research to improve the effectiveness of hotel services, websites and communications.
You can always opt-out from any communications by using the corresponding link at the bottom of our emails, or by contacting us directly via: email@example.com. You always have the choice not to provide certain personal identifiable information. Doing this however, may affect the process of the services we deliver.
You may configure your browser to treat cookies differently, or to block them completely. However, doing so will adversely affect your ability to perform certain transactions and access certain information on our websites.
Jansz. also uses pixels tags, sometimes called web beacons, to count the number of visits to certain websites or parts thereof. Pixel tags do not contain any personal identifiable information, and are solely used to improve marketing content.
All our websites have security measures in place to protect your personal identifiable information against unauthorized access, disclosure or alternation while under the control of Jansz. We safeguard your data through administrative protocols and security procedures. In addition, all our websites have a firewall in place to protect personal data from accidental unauthorized access.
Please do not include any credit card information in your electronic communication unless it is required or requested by us in order to complete a payment.
Disclosure to third parties
Jansz. works with third parties and marketing partners to support delivering the information we believe is of interest for you. These service providers are prohibited from using your personal information for any purpose other than to help us sending and receiving communications relating to our products and services.
Jansz. does not provide personal identifiable information to third parties for direct marketing purposes unless you have given your explicit consent to do so, such as opting-in for updates about promotions and offers. It is our intention to only send communications that are useful to you and that you want to receive.
Jansz. will need to provide your personal data to third parties if it is obliged to do so on account of national or international laws or if we consider it necessary to do so in defense of our own rights.
Managing your data
You have the lawful right under the Dutch Data Protection Act (Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens) to access any personal information about you that is held by Jansz. To obtain a copy of this information, please email us via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do not wish to receive marketing communications in the future, or if you want to update, delete or modify your personal data, you can contact us directly by sending an email to: email@example.com. Jansz. will respond to you to confirm the alteration of your data.
We do not seek to collect personal information from minors. However, we cannot always determine the age of users of our websites. If a minor provides us with personal identifiable information without a parent’s consent, we request the parent to contact us directly to have the information erased from our database.
Updated: March 9, 2015