What are cookies?
A “cookie” is an element of data that a website can send to your browser which may then be stored on your system.
We do not associate the information in a website visitor’s cookie with any other personal information about that visitor.
Further information about cookies and how they work is available at www.allaboutcookies.org
Which cookies do you use?
The cookies we use on our Belmond Group websites, where you have accepted their use (please see above regarding how cookies are accepted), are:
||Ensures that the user stays on the same server throughout their visit, ensuring consistent functionality throughout a visit. This cookie is destroyed at the end of the user’s visit
||Ensures that the user’s session is maintained and works in conjunction with ARRPT to ensure consistent functionality throughout a visit. This cookie is destroyed at the end of the user’s visit
||Allows use of flash to improve display of text (if the user's browser supports it). This cookie is destroyed at the end of the user’s visit
|These three cookies allow us to keep track of the users' geographic location and language preferences in order to display them relevant targeted and localised content as applicable.
|These cookies allow us to identify which of our marketing campaigns or internal promotions a user has been directed from/measure the effectiveness of campaigns/promotions.
|These cookies allow us to identify the user and customise their experience. They also allow us to pre-populate fields in tables with your data, assisting with form entry.
In addition, the following are the third party cookies in use, where you have accepted their use (which are each subject to their own privacy and cookie policies):
|Third Party Cookie||Function|
|Facebook Like Button
|Google +1 Button
and Google Adwords
|Yahoo Advertising and Campaign Tags
|Google Remarketing Tags
|Scorecard Research Tracking
||ShareThis also makes use of Scorecard Research tracking which set the UID and UIDR cookies. Control your preferences or opt-out of Scorecard Research.|
||Qubit cookies collect non-personal information, for example to learn about the behaviour of visitors to our website and how they respond to our marketing communications. The more we learn, the better we are able to provide relevant and interesting content. Qubit provide a Global opt out function which you can use to switch off all Qubit cookies http://www.qubitproducts.com/about/privacy-policy|
We do not control the use of such third party technology and we are not responsible for any actions or policies of such third parties.
(i) by continuing to use the website you consent to their use; or
(ii) you must click an “I accept” box in order for cookies to be placed.
If you prefer not to receive cookies through our websites:
(iii) you can set your browser to either reject all cookies (see below), to allow only “trusted” websites to set them, or to accept only those cookies from those sites you are currently on; or
(iv) you could refuse to click the “I accept” box when you are presented with a cookie notice on our homepage stating that cookies are in use (if you are presented with this option – this depends on your location).
Furthermore, in some locations you must actively click “I accept” when you are presented with a cookie notice on our homepage before cookies will be placed.
How can I refuse/reject cookies?
Please note that if you choose to refuse/reject cookies, you may be unable to access certain parts of our websites and certain parts of our websites may not function correctly.
To contact us with any questions, comments, corrections, requests regarding this Policy or to exercise your right at any time to update, delete or access the information we hold about you, please contact us at:
1st Floor Shackleton House
4 Battle Bridge Lane
+44 (0)20 3117 1300
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