LAST UPDATED April 16, 2009
What information about guests do we collect?
Information You Give Us
We receive and may store any information you enter on our website or give to our website in any other way. For example, we collect information you provide when you make a reservation. This information may include:
It may also include any other personal or preference information you provide to us.
We will never request your password, user name, credit card information or other personal information through email. This practice, called “phishing,” is a scam designed to steal our personal information. If you receive an email that looks like it is from us asking you for your personal information, do not respond.
What are "Cookies" and how do we use them?
Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that we transfer to your computer’s hard drive through your web browser.
The "help" portion of the toolbar on most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie or how to disable cookies altogether. However, so that you can use our website to make reservations, we recommend that you leave the cookies turned on.
What choices do I have?
If you provide our website with your e-mail address, you may receive e-mails from us. If you do not want to receive marketing or promotional e-mails from us, please click here.
What about links to and from other websites?
Secure Sockets Layering (SSL); Protection Against Unauthorized Access
Our website uses Secure Sockets Layering (“SSL”) (128 bit RSA) to encrypt your personal credit information, including your credit card number, before it travels over the Internet. SSL technology is the industry standard for secure online transactions. Because we use SSL, placing a reservation online at our website is just as safe as giving your credit card number over the phone. Furthermore, all of the customer data we collect is protected against unauthorized access and is never sold, traded or rented for commercial purposes to other organizations (unless, of course, you consent). In the unlikely event that ILS or substantially all of its assets are acquired, customer information will of course be one of the transferred assets.