Information about data processing


The protection of your personal data is our top priority. We process your data solely in accordance with applicable data protection law (General Austrian Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO), Austrian Data

Protection Law (DSG 2000)).  In the following we inform you about important aspects of the data processing in our company.


Data collection and protection


We process solely the data that our customers make accessible to us in the process of contracting and after the conclusion of the contract.


The data processing serves the following purposes 


To record customer data, to document business relations and to store data about rendered services needed in the process of billing. We process data within our statutory obligation including automatically stored and filed text documents (e.g. correspondence), all in connection with the processes mentioned above.      


Legal basis 


  • Art 6 Par 1 lit a (consent of the customer)
  • Art 6 Par 1 lit b (needed to contract)
  • Art 6 Par 1 lit c (legal provisions according to the Austrian Federal Tax Law (BAO) and the Austrian Commercial Code (UGB)) 
  • Art 6 Par 1 lit f (legitimate claims of the responsible (DSGVO)) 
  • § 132 Austrian Federal Tax Law (BAO)
  • §§ 190, 212 Austrian Commercial Code (UGB) 
  • DSFA-A01 (customer data, accounting, logistics, book keeping)


Storage and deletion 


We store your data until the end of the warrantee period, the statutory period of limitation and the lawbased safekeeping periods.  


Your rights 


You have the right to correct, delete and impose restrictions on the data collected by our company and you have the right of opposition. In order to do so please contact us. If you consider the data processing done by our company as unlawful or think the data protection law has been violated, you can file a complaint at the regulatory body responsible. In Austria this is the Austrian Data Protection Authority.   


Our contact information 

Hotel Christine GmbH

Dorfstraße 68

6561 Ischgl

Tel.: +43 5444 5346


Information über die Datenverarbeitung nach Art. 13 EU-Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO)