1. Owner information
Arp-Hansen Hotel Group A/S
Central Business Register no. (CVR no.): 54 39 92 19
Telefon: +45 45 97 05 00
2. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on the user's IT equipment (such as a PC, tablet, smartphone, etc.) allowing the website to recognise the equipment. Cookies may, for instance, be used for the purpose of preparing statistics of the users' website use and improving the website's content.
A cookie is a passive file, which means it cannot collect information from your computer or spread computer virus or other malware.
Some cookies are placed by websites (so-called third parties) other than the one currently visited by you. The cookies may be of a general nature, but they may also hold analytical tools or embedded comment fields. This means that cookies from parties other than the one owning the website are stored on your IT equipment.
Some cookies are stored on your IT equipment only temporarily and expire when you close your browser (session cookies). Other cookies are stored for a longer period of time (persistent cookies). When the user revisits a website, new session cookies will be placed, whereas persistent cookies will typically be renewed.
3. Cookies on www.wakeupcopenhagen.de
We use the following types of cookies on www.wakeupcopenhagen.de:
As a first party, www.wakeupcopenhagen.de places the following cookies:
Three session cookies to remember the user's preferences (e.g. language choice) as well as to register when the user leaves the website. They expire when the browser is closed.
Six persistent cookies to distinguish between users, to determine whether the user is new in the web statistics system, to collect statistics about the user's visits to the website and information on which sites the users typically come from and move on to. The cookies are stored between ten minutes and two years.
GoogleAnalytics may access one session cookie and three persistent cookies placed by www.wakeupcopenhagen.de.
The following third parties place cookies on www.wakeupcopenhagen.de:
Two persistent cookies to collect information on user behaviour, such as when a user visited a website, which website the user visited as well as the site's title and IP address. The cookies are stored between one and two months.
One persistent cookie to collect information on the browser's use of commercial content. The cookie is stored for up to two years.
One persistent cookie to determine which advertisements the user has been shown. The cookie is stored for two years.
Three persistent cookies to identify the your language and country, among other things. The purpose of the remaining two cookies is unclear and is therefore investigated further. The cookies are stored between one month and five years.
Two session cookies to remember preferences and information relating to your visits on web pages containing maps and to protect and warn users when they visit malicious websites. The cookies expire when you close the browser.
One persistent cookie to remember preferences and information relating to your visits on web pages containing maps. The cookie is stored for six months.
Three session cookies to identify you as the user of the website and to remember settings for user preferences relating to commercial content. The cookies expire when you close the browser.
Three persistent cookies to maintain your session throughout your visit on the website. The cookies are stored between 12 hours and 30 years.
One persistent cookie to remember your settings and optimise how commercial content is shown. The cookie is stored for two months.
Two session cookies to remember your settings on the website. The cookies expire when you close the browser.
One persistent cookie to remember your settings on the website. The cookie is stored for two months.
4. How to delete/prevent cookies
How to delete cookies or prevent them from being placed on your IT equipment, depends on your choice of browser.
If you work on a PC, use the short cut [CTRL]+[SHIFT]+[Delete] to delete cookies.
If this does not work, or if you use, for example, a MAC computer, click on the relevant link of your browser:
• Internet Explorer
• Mozilla Firefox
• Google Chrome
• Flash cookies
5. Why do we provide information about cookies?
All Danish websites are under an obligation to inform their users about the cookies placed on the user's IT equipment. The information must comply with the "Executive Order on Information and Consent required in case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-user Terminal Equipment" (bekendtgørelse om krav til information og samtykke ved lagring af og adgang til oplysninger i slutbrugeres terminaludstyr) (generally referred to as the “Executive Order on Cookies” (cookiebekendtgørelsen)).