As Residence43 Otelcilik ve Turizm İşletmeleri Anonim Şirketi (“VakkoHotel&Residence”), we value the protection of your personal data, so we expect you to show the same sensitivity. For this reason, it is very important for us that you read this text, which describes in detail which personal data we use for what purpose, and show that you clearly understand the obligations of Vakko Hotel&Residence, which is responsible for their administrative and technical security in the capacity of "Data Controller".

Why am I reading this text?

Article 10 of the Law on the Protection of Personal Data No. 6698 ("PDPL"),which entered into force on April 7, 2016, requires that the persons whose personal data is processed (used) (referred to as the relevant person in the PDPL) be informed by the "Data Controller"who uses this data. As the Data Controller, we have to prove that you have been informed about the personal data we will process about you.

What are the personal data used and in what ways are they obtained?

As Vakko Hotel&Residence, we obtain your personal data within the scope of the clarification text by digital means (expressed as"automatic" method in the PDPL) together with your visit to our website. What is your personal data obtained and the legal reason for our acquisition are explained below:


For what purpose and legalreason is your personal data obtained used?

The personal data processing purposes carried out by Vakko Hotel& Residence within the scope of the activity in which the disclosure obligation is fulfilled are detailed in the table below. Each personal data processing purpose is matched with the categories of personal data used within the scope of the purpose and the relevant legal reason.


Is your personal data transferred to others?

Yes, insummary, we may have to transfer your personal data to our business partners, official institutions, auditors, lawyers, and financial advisors. However, we only transfer for specific purposes and with your knowledge. Therefore, your personal data is transferred to:


·       To our contracted suppliers and service providers in order to provide you with our services through our website, to increase the quality of the services we offer, to provide the technical infrastructure and to carry out support and controls,

·      To fulfill our currentlegal obligations if requested by authorized institutions and organizations; to regulatory andsupervisory institutions and public institutions or organizations that are explicitly authorized to request personal data in the law,

·       To our mandatory persons and consultants regarding the legal follow-up processes we are working with for the purpose of following up legal affairs,

·       To our group companies in order to follow upthe business processes, to ensure their continuity, to carry out the audit and reporting processes.

What rights does the PDPL give you?

In order to provide you with control over your personal data, the PDPL provides you with many rights, including but not limited to(a) learning whether your personal data has been processed; (b) requesting information if it has been processed; (c) learning the purpose of processing and whether it has been used in accordance with its purpose; (d) knowing the third parties to whom your personal data has been transferred, if any, in the country or abroad; (e) requesting the correction of your personal data if it has been processed in completely or in correctly; (f) requesting the deletion or destruction of your personal data.You can find all these rights and details in Article 11 of the PDPL.

How Can You Exercise Your Rights?

If you want to exercise your specified rights, you can submit your requests to us in writing (for example, by means of a warning letter or registered letter with return receipt) or by using yourregistered electronic mail (KEP) address, secure electronic signature, mobilesignature or your e-mail address that you have previously notified us and registered in our system.