Pinarello Flash Sale: 7 = 6!!!
Offer valid for any reservation confirmed between September 12 and September 18, 2022 inclusive; for a 7-night stay between October 1 and October 8, 2022 inclusive.
This Indian Summer offer includes:
- L’hébergement selon la catégorie choisie,
- la 7ème nuit offerte
- Le Petit-déjeuner Buffet offert pour toute la durée de votre séjour ; servi de 7h30 à 10h30 sur la terrasse de notre restaurant “La Table du Pinarello” face à la mer.
- 2 transats par chambre réservée sur la plage privée de l’hôtel (quelque soit l’occupation totale de la chambre)
Conditions of Sale with the “Indian Summer” Offer:
Offer with Buffet Breakfast Included:
This special offer including the Breakfast Buffet does not allow the deduction of breakfasts not taken; in case of room service the supplement will be from 5 Euros per person.
Booking with our Offers:
We ask for 40% of the total amount of the stay as a deposit at the time of booking. In case of cancellation, the amount paid is non-refundable.
The dates of your stay can be changed without penalty until D-30, but with a price readjustment (depending on availability, room category and price periods).
The deposit is due for any reservation and is only deductible at the end of the agreement if it has been fully executed (Article 1590 of the Civil Code). If the promise to sell has been made with a deposit, each of the contracting parties is free to dispose of it,
The one who gave them, losing them,
And he who received them, returning double
*For any shortened stay, or whose arrival is delayed, or with a reduction in the number of rooms, reported less than 30 days before the scheduled arrival date (from D-30 to D-1); canceled nights will be charged at 40% of the room rate according to our general cancellation conditions above.
*From the scheduled day of arrival, if the stay were to be shortened: the canceled nights would be charged in full.
For any reservation, once your stay has started, if it were to undergo a reduction in time, the entire stay will remain due to the hotelier.
What is article 1590 of the Civil Code?
Article 1590 of the Civil Code defines the concept of a deposit in the context of a sales contract.
A deposit is a sum of money paid by the buyer before the delivery of a good or service. They constitute an advance on the sale price and are deducted from the payment made by the buyer at the time of the conclusion of the contract.
Article 1590 of the Civil Code provides that in no case does the payment of the deposit commit the buyer to buy, nor the seller to sell. Nevertheless, the party who renounces to conclude the sale is required to pay a financial consideration:
– The seller who refuses to sell must not only return the deposit, but also pay the buyer a sum of money corresponding to the amount of the deposit.
– The buyer who refuses to buy does not recover the deposit, which remains for the benefit of the seller.