Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small bits of information that are placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit almost any website. Cookies do not recognize you personally and are not harmful to your computer or mobile device. They are used by websites you visit in order to improve your experience on the website.
For instance, we use cookies on our site to allow you to log in without having to type your login name each time. Other cookies help us to understand what did and didn’t interest you about our website so we can provide you with features that are more relevant and useful to you next time you visit. We and some of our partners also use cookies on our site to measure the effectiveness of advertising on our site and how visitors use our site.
As well as setting some cookies ourselves, "first-party cookies", we also work with some partners to help give you access to even more great features on our site. These partners set "third-party cookies" which enable their features to be provided on or through our website (such as advertising or videos). Third-party cookies do not recognize you personally but can recognize your computer when it visits Travelscape and other websites. This helps to ensure you get the best experience possible when visiting these sites.
Some cookies, called "session cookies", stay on your computer only while your website browser is open and are deleted automatically when you close your browser. Other cookies, called "persistent cookies", remain on your computer or mobile device after your browser is closed. This allows websites to recognize your computer when you later reopen your browser to give you as smooth a browsing experience as possible.

What types of cookies do we use?

Essential cookies These cookies help you to move around our site and use all of its essential features. Without these cookies, our website would not work properly and you would not be able to use features like the shopping basket or the secure customer account pages.

Performance and analytics cookies At Travelscape, we want to make your experience on our website as smooth and as enjoyable as possible. Performance and analytics cookies help us understand how our website is being used and how we can improve your experience on it.
These cookies cannot identify you personally; rather they provide us with anonymous information to help us understand which parts of our website interest our visitors and whether they experience any errors. We use these cookies to test different designs and features for our website and we also use them to help us monitor how our visitors reach our sites and how effective our advertising is.

Functionality cookies We use functionality cookies to save your settings on our website like your language preference and booking information you’ve previously used when booking a hotel with us. We also use functionality cookies to remember things like the last hotel you searched for so you can easily find it the next time you visit.
Some functionality cookies are essential if you want to view videos and maps on our site. We also use "Flash cookies" for some of our animated content and to remember some of your preferences like your volume settings.

Advertising cookies Advertising cookies help ensure the advertisements you see on our website are as relevant to you as possible. For example, some advertising cookies help select advertisements that are based on your interests. Others help prevent the same advertisement from continuously reappearing for you.
Some of our partners may also use cookies or web beacons (a single-pixel image file) so that you see more relevant advertisements when visiting other websites.
The information collected by these cookies and web beacons does not enable us or these third parties to identify your name, contact details, or other personally identifying details unless you choose to provide these details.

Social networking cookies We also want to make it as easy as possible for you to share content from Travelscape with your friends through your favorite social networks. Social networking cookies, which are usually set by the social networking provider, enable such sharing to be smooth and seamless.