With the legal regulation of Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on the protection of personal data and the regulation by the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679 from the 27th of April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data as well as on the repealing of the directive 95/46/ES (General Protection Regulation of personal data) that came into effect on the 25th of May 2018, we have a number of obligations regarding the protection of your personal data. Trust that we place greatest emphasis on fulfillment of the above regulations, and we would like to provide you with important information regarding the processing of your personal data. 



BIG association s.r.o., with registered office at Buchenwaldská 892/2, 360 05, Karlovy Vary, processes the following personal data. 

For your stays in our hotel: 

Personal contact information contained in the registration card you filled in at the beginning of your stay at our hotel: 

-name and surname, title 

-date of birth 

-address of permanent residence 

-phone and email information 


Data contained in the proposal for health or spa care – in addition to contact information also: 

-health insurance data 

-insurance number 

-diagnostic data 

-information about the proposed length of stay 


Details about your completed medical stays – data on healthcare performances provided to you at our facility and other data required by health insurance companies in the case of reimbursement of spa treatment and curative rehabilitation care 


In the case of self-funding we also include information on the payment of accommodation (possibly including your account number) 

We do not process other personal data. 




Data provided in the registration card and the data included in the proposal for spa care, together with the data on payment for the stay, are processed on the basis of a legal relationship between you and our company, the subject of which is the provision of spa treatment and curative rehabilitation care and related services (accommodation, meals, etc.). The purpose of such processing is to provide such services. A proposal for spa care is received from your health insurance company. Similarly, we process the data on your medical treatment on the same legal basis. In the case of reimbursement of spa curative rehabilitation care (comprehensive or contributory care), we also have an obligation to provide the health insurance company with data on the health care performances provided to you in our facilities and other the data required by health insurance companies and allow their inspection. 

If you have given us permission to process your contact details and information about your stays with us, we process this information based on your consent. The purpose of processing your information gives us the ability to inform you about offers of our services and products. 

For the purpose of providing spa treatment, curative rehabilitation care and related services, we process data on provided care during your medical stay in our facility and after termination, for as long as the health insurance company is, under the generally binding legal regulations, entitled to inspect the provided paid services and their billing. Similarly, in the case of contributory care or in the case of care paid by self-funding, we process data on provided care for a period of time during which the self-paying person is entitled to challenge the provision of care. 

The accounting and tax documents used to account for provided care also contain some personal data (name and surname of the client, type of service provided, date of issue of the document). These documents shall be kept only for the purpose of fulfilling the obligations set out by relevant accounting and tax legislations, for the period of time imposed by these regulations. 

In our facility there are no cases of questioning the provided services by health insurance companies or by you as a self-paying clients. Should such a case occur, we would be forced to process data about the care provided for the duration of the dispute, solely for the purpose of protecting our rights in such a dispute. In the case of such processing of your personal data we would inform you of this fact without any delay. 

For the data we process based on your consent, the processing time is limited by a period of validity of the consent, usually 10 years if the consent is not revoked earlier. 



We provide access to your personal data exclusively to the relevant health insurance company for the purposes of control, which is imposed on health insurance companies by generally binding legal regulations (Act No. 48/1997 Coll., On Public Health Insurance and on Amendments to Certain Related Acts, as amended). If you are self-paying, we will not make your personal information available to anyone. 

Your personal data may be passed on to third parties for providing us support activities – distributing mail, litigation, and legal services. These third parties are in the position of a personal data processor, we only forward personal data necessary for the purpose (distributing mail, litigation, and legal services), and only the data of the clients to whom the specific support activity relates. We carefully select, process, modify and supplement our personal data processors to ensure the aforementioned activities, due to these updates and changes, we are ready to provide you with an up-to-date list of such entities with whom we share the above data, to your written or email queries. 

We do not disclose your personal data to other countries. 



We would like to also inform you that in accordance with the applicable legislation on the protection of personal data you have the following rights: 

-The right to access the personal data we process in your case 

-The right to correct your personal information if it is incorrect or inaccurate in any way 

-In the event that you determine or believe that we process your personal data in conflict with the protection of your private and personal life or in violation of the law, especially if your personal data is inaccurate with regard to the purpose of its processing, you have the right to ask us for an explanation and also to demand that we remove the resulting condition (for example, blocking, correcting, supplementing or deleting your personal data) 

-The right to request the deletion of personal data, or the restriction of their processing 

-The right to object to processing in order to assess whether the obligations imposed on us by the applicable law have been breached 

-When your personal data are processed on the basis of consent, you have the right to withdraw consent 

-In addition to the above, you also have the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority, which is the Personal Data Protection Office – Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Praha 7. 

-You also have the right to the portability of the data you have provided to us and which we process based on the necessity of processing them for the purposes of performance of the contract. If you would like to pass this information to another administrator, we will allow you to obtain your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, or, if technically feasible, we will forward it directly to another administrator 

In case of any ambiguities or questions regarding the processing of your personal data, you can contact us at any time in writing at Kurhotel Brussel, Anglická 515/4A, 351 01 Františkovy Lázně, or by email 



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