Hall Hotel & Conference Centre
In these Terms and Conditions 'the Company'
signifies Harborne Hall Hotel and 'the Client' means the
person(s) with whom the contract is concluded.
The Client will be fully responsible for all
persons and property brought onto the premises during the
of hire and will indemnify the Company against any claims in respect
of loss, injury, or damage sustained by or to such persons or
property other than claims in respect of death or personal injury or
loss of property arising solely from the negligence of the Company,
its servants or agents
The Client will further be responsible:
for any damage caused to the premises or its contents by the Client,
its visitors, servants or agents
for ensuring that all persons brought to any part of the premises
comply with licensing and other statutory requirements to which the
Company is subject in respect of the premises.
For outstanding individual accounts remaining unpaid at the
conclusion of an event
The Company shall in no circumstances be held
responsible for temporary closure of all or part of the premises or
interruption or cancellation of the Client's booking caused by
circumstances beyond the Company's control, including (without
prejudice to the generality of the foregoing) any breakdown of
machinery, failure of supply of electricity or gas, leakage of water,
act of God, strike or industrial action. In these circumstances the
Company will use its best endeavours to assist the Client.
The price of the facilities and service will
be that as set out on the Contract and in no other place.
Provisional bookings must be secured,
confirming minimum numbers attending, by returning the signed
contract by the date specified. After this time the Company reserves
the right to release the space to another Client seeking a confirmed
booking. Amendments to Contracts may be made without penalty until 8
weeks in advance of the event.
The Company reserves the right in the event
of full or partial cancellation and reduction in numbers attending to
charge for loss of gross profit:
than 1 week notice - 100% of the full contract price
1 and 2 weeks - 80% of the full contract price
2 and 4 weeks - 60% of the full contract price
4 and 8 weeks - 30% of the full contract price
effort will be made to re-sell the rooms or space booked to mitigate
An invoice will be prepared and forwarded for
both the total price of the meeting and any extras required and
ordered by the Client and/or their delegates.
Terms of Settlement are strictly 30 days (if
credit has been pre-arranged) from date of invoice, payment is
required 7 days prior to event taking place. The Company retains the
right to charge interest at 5% for each outstanding month. Full
payment of pre ordered items is due 7 days in advance of your event.
Payment is preferred by BACS.
At the end of the conference or event the
Client will ensure that the premises are vacated promptly.
This agreement shall be construed in
accordance with English law and in the event of any dispute the
English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction.
policy statement sets out the data processing practices carried out
through the use of the Internet and World Wide Web by Harborne Hall
Ltd. If you have any requests concerning your personal information or
any queries with regard to these practices please contact our
Customer Services Department.
collect personal information from visitors to this web site through
the use of enquiry and reservation forms and every time you e-mail us
Use of personal Information
process personal information collected via this website for the
Dealing with your requests
Tailoring our services to your requirements and
Conducting market research surveys and providing you
with information about products and services we offer.
will NOT sell this information and will only disclose it to other
companies within Harborne Hall Ltd Group and any suppliers we
engage to process data on our behalf.
Internet Based Transfers
that the Internet is a global environment, using the Internet to
collect and process personal data necessarily involves the
transmission of data on an international basis. Therefore, by
browsing this web site and communicating electronically with us, you
acknowledge and agree to our processing personal data in this way.
are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order
to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure we have put in place
suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard
and secure the information we collect online.
Web Site is Not Directed at Persons Under the Age of 18.
web site is not directed at persons under the age of 18, and Harborne
Hall does not collect or maintain information at our Web site from
persons we actually know are under the age of 18.
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