Privacy Policy

Thank you for using our website.

We respect your privacy and our goal is to protect personal information obtained from you. The privacy policy is determined and regulated in which way MySuiteHvar uses and protects the information you provide when using this website.

We protect your privacy. When you provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be sure that this information will be used in accordance with this privacy statement. MySuiteHvar may make changes to this statement, in which case it will update this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you agree to all changes.

By submitting the data from the contact forms on our website, which you have filled in, you agree to the use of personal data in accordance with Article 5 of OG 130/11 of the Personal Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The following information may be collected on this website: name and surname, contact information, including e-mail address, other information about reviews and interests, and other information relevant to us.

What information do we collect:

Name and surname (only in contact forms) – used for contact

  • E-mail address (only in contact forms) – used for contact
  • IP address (browser cookies) – used to process traffic statistics
  • Geolocation (browser cookies) – used to process traffic statistics
  • Browser type – used to process traffic statistics
  • Device type (browser cookies) – used to process traffic statistics

We make sure your information is secure. We have provided physical and electronic procedures to protect and secure the data we collect, to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure of your data.

What is a cookie? A cookie is a notification that can be stored on your computer device by the website you have visited. Cookies usually store your settings, settings for the website, such as news reviews and the like. Next, when you open the same website again, the browser sends back cookies that belong to that page. This allows the page to display information tailored to you. This information is saved when you have it enabled. Websites cannot access the information you did not give them and cannot contact other folders on your device. The default cookie saving and sending activities are not visible to you. You can change the settings in the Internet browser and choose whether to approve cookie archiving requests or not, delete cookies automatically when you close the browser, etc. The visitor is aware that using this website allows you to store previously viewed content on your device. We use this data for statistical analysis. Cookies help us provide a better website, allow us to keep track of which pages are useful to you and which are not. Cookies do not give us access to your computer or any information about you other than the information you choose to share. You have the option to accept or decline the cookie. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, and you can usually set your browser to decline cookies if you prefer. This may prevent you from taking full advantage of this site. Using newer versions of search engines, programs and computers In order to protect us and our readers, our sites from hacker attacks and certain Internet “grabber robots” that can easily carry out malicious attacks on the site itself, we implement a number of protection measures.

Our website may contain links to other sites. Once you use these links and leave our site, please note that we have no control over those other sites. We cannot be held responsible for protecting your privacy on these other websites and the information you provide when visiting these websites is not governed by this Privacy Statement. Be careful and look at the Privacy Statements that apply to these websites.

MySuiteHvar will not distribute your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission or are required by law to do so.

MySuiteHvar uses Google Analytics to measure traffic. If you would like to disable cookies from this service, you can disable them at the following link: Google analytics There are currently several cookie opt-out websites for various services. Find out more at the following links: and

Your rights

If you are concerned about your information, you have the right to request access to personal information we hold or process about you. You have the right to ask us to correct any defects. At any time, you may ask us to stop using your information for direct marketing use. For any additional information feel free to contact us or request the deletion of personal data.

National legislation – You can view all documents on the website Narodne novine:

  • Constitution of the Republic of Croatia, Article 37 (“Narodne novine” 85/10 – consolidated text)
  • Personal Data Protection Act (“Narodne novine” 106/12 – consolidated text)
  • Personal Data Protection Act (“Narodne novine” 103/03)
  • Act on Amendments to the Personal Data Protection Act (“Narodne novine” 118/06)
  • Act on Amendments to the Personal Data Protection Act (“Narodne novine” 41/08)
  • Act on Amendments to the Personal Data Protection Act (“Narodne novine” 130/11)
  • Decree on the manner of keeping and form of records on personal data collections (“Narodne novine” 105/04)
  • Decree on the method of storage and special measures for technical protection of special categories of personal data (“Narodne novine” 139/04)

EU Regulations

Cookie Policy

The real name of the Directive is EU Directive 2009/136 / EC, and it is also known as the e-Privacy Directive. This Directive was first introduced into European legislation two years ago, it is basically a series of amendments to federal legislation concerning electronic communications and data privacy. One part of this Directive, Article 5 (3), concerns the use of stored data by websites and most of it comes down to Cookies. In essence, with this new EU Act, all websites will have to seek the consent of visitors to install most cookies. This Act, whose biggest advocate is European Commissioner Neelie Kroes, does not prohibit Cookies but only requires the consent of users before they are installed. Also, not all Cookies are subject to these new rules. Information that is considered necessary for the basic functioning of the website, such as session cookies used to track the shopping cart for payment, does not require the consent of the user.

What is the goal of such a law? The basic idea of ​​this law is to give users more control over who knows and what they know about them and how this information is used. As part of the wider Directive, this is an attempt to harmonize the Laws in European Member States on matters such as data retention and privacy. The creators of this Act had good reason to think that monitoring users by websites is a very important issue that needs to be regulated. A recent study by Truste found that a typical British website uses 14 different tools to track user behavior, most often without their knowledge. This study also found that 84% of online shoppers between the ages of 16 and 64 are aware of Internet Cookies, but that only 24% of them are aware of these new European guidelines. The directive was first adopted in 2009, but its adoption by member states is by no means proceeding at the desired pace. Many countries are struggling to align this federal law with their own local privacy laws. Until the initial deadline for the adoption of this Directive, which was May 2011, only Denmark and Estonia have enacted national laws that are considered to be in line with this new EU Law. The Privacy Directive is theoretically already in force across Europe since it entered into force on 25 May 2011, however, as webmasters took time to bring their websites into line with the new Act, they were given a period of one year to do so. This means that as of May 26, 2012, all websites will have to comply with this Act.

To whom does this law apply? The law applies to all member states of the European Union, however, even websites outside the EU must comply with this law if they are targeting audiences in the member states of the European Union. For example, a non-EU-based website that sells its products to consumers in Germany, or that has a French-language version of the site targeted at users in France, will need to comply with this Act.