Updated February 5, 2023
Article 1 – Contract
This seasonal rental contract is reserved for the exclusive use of renting and accommodating at Bounty Lodge Tahiti.
Compliance with the Bounty Lodge Seasonal Rental Property’s Internal Regulation is mandatory under the Seasonal Rental Contract. Non-compliance with these rules may result in penalties, such as deductions from the security deposit.
All Hosts (and all Visitors) must comply with the Internal Regulation and any other instructions provided by the owners during their stay; and
Hosts must inform the Property Manager of any incident or neighborhood complaint as soon as possible.
Under no circumstances will the Bounty Lodge be liable in the event of use of its contracts by third parties or for purposes other than tourism.
In accordance with current regulations, these General Terms and Conditions are systematically communicated to any Client who requests them, in order to enable them to place an order with Bounty Lodge.
In accordance with current regulations, Bounty Lodge reserves the right to deviate from certain clauses of these General Terms and Conditions, depending on negotiations with the Client, by establishing Specific Conditions or a convention.
Only the French version of these seasonal rental terms and conditions is binding in court.
Article 2 – Length of stay
The tenant signatory of this contract concluded for a fixed period cannot claim any right to remain on the premises after the stay.
Article 3 – Contract conclusion
The reservation becomes effective as soon as the tenant has sent the property owner payment of the total rental amount and a signed copy of the contract. A second copy is to be kept by the tenant.
The rental agreement between the parties to this act cannot benefit, even partially, third parties, individuals or legal entities, without written agreement from the owner.
Any breach of this last paragraph would be likely to result in immediate termination of the rental at the tenant’s expense, with the rental income remaining definitively acquired by the owner.
Article 4 – No right of withdrawal
For reservations made by mail, phone or Internet, the tenant does not benefit from the right of withdrawal, in accordance with article L121-21-8 of the Consumer Code, relating in particular to accommodation services provided on a specified date or periodicity.
Article 5 – Completion of file
The name, first name and age of each tenant will be requested before arrival by our services, including those of your children.
The age of children is calculated based on their birthday on the start date of the stay. An official document justifying the age of children may be requested at the beginning of the stay. Minors not accompanied by their parents or a legal guardian who is of legal age will not be admitted for obvious safety reasons (weather alert, hospitalization, severe weather, illness …)
Article 6 – Capacities
The number of people indicated per housing in our rates and brochures corresponds to the maximum authorized occupancy taking into account the available equipment.
It cannot be exceeded for safety and insurance reasons.
The management reserves the right to refuse you access to the accommodation if the number of people exceeds the maximum authorized occupancy.
Visits are forbidden unless prior approval from management is obtained.
Guests wishing to invite Visitors to spend the night at the Bounty Lodge must inform the Property Managers at the time of their reservation, subject to additional fees indicated in the pricing. Visitors must strictly comply with the House Rules.
Article 7 – Rates
The rates listed on our housing presentation sheets are all-inclusive, including tourist taxes (excluding excessive consumption). Our prices are calculated based on the VAT rates in force and may be subject to change if these change.
Article 8 – Taxes and Contributions
You will find the amount of the tourist tax and any other applicable taxes relating to your accommodation in the Rates section (ask the Management). The Bounty Lodge is responsible for paying the tourist tax to the municipality of Arue.
Article 9 – Accepted Payment Methods
NAME: BOUNTY LODGE
RIB: 12239 00018 47884301000 71
IBAN: FR76 1223_9000-1847_8843_0100-071
It is imperative to mention your reservation reference with your payment.
Payment by Credit Card: VISA, MASTERCARD, AMEX, EBLUE, MAESTRO, VISA ELECTRON, VPAY
Secure online payment on the Bounty Lodge website with System Pay Banque de Tahiti
Payment by credit card on site
Payment Cryptocurrencies: (BTC, ETH, USDC, LTC, DOGE, BCH, USDT, DAI, APE, SHIB…)
Secure online payment on the Bounty Lodge website with Coinbase Commerce
Article 10 – Cancellation by the tenant
Any cancellation must be notified by registered letter to the owner.
The deposit and file fees remain the property of the owner for any canceled stay.
For any stay that is canceled, interrupted, or not consumed for any reason, the full amount of the reserved stay will be payable or will remain the property of the Bounty Lodge. No refund is provided in the event of an interruption of the stay. Furthermore, if the stay is shortened, the rental fee remains the property of the owner.
If the tenant does not show up within 24 hours of the arrival date indicated on the contract, this contract becomes null and void and the owner may dispose of his or her accommodation. The deposit remains the property of the owner as well.
And in case of closure of borders due to Covid, we will refund your stay.
If the stay is shortened, the rental fee remains the property of the owner. No refund will be made.
Article 11 – Cancellation by the owner
The owner shall return to the tenant the full amount paid, as well as an indemnity equal to the amount that the tenant would have supported if the cancellation had occurred on that date.
Article 12 – Declaration of Any Gathering (Birthday or Other Private Events)
The tenant must ensure the peaceful character of the rental and use it in accordance with the destination of the premises.
It is imperative to declare any gathering (birthdays or others) to us before your arrival by indicating the number of people present and to respect the safety and tranquility guidelines of the place (lowering the volume of music from 22:00) and to declare this gathering to your own insurance imperative.
The Hosts and their potential Visitors must not adopt any antisocial behavior. They are requested to minimize their immediate impact on the neighborhood and residents of the area.
Article 13 – Arrival
The tenant must present themselves on the specified day and time mentioned in the rental contract. In case of a late or deferred arrival, the tenant must notify the owner as soon as possible.
Article 14 – Modification of Stay
Any modification of the stay requested in terms of dates, location, duration, number of people or family composition must be validated by our services.
It may be subject to additional billing if necessary. In the event of external events beyond our control, we may have to modify or cancel your stay. We will then offer you and subject to availability, an equivalent stay with different dates or accommodations. If this offer does not satisfy you, the full amount paid will be refunded. No other compensation can be claimed.
Article 15 – Inventory
An inventory is established jointly and signed by the tenant and the owner or their representative upon arrival and departure from the property. This inventory constitutes the only reference in case of dispute regarding the state of the property.
The cleanliness of the property upon arrival of the tenant must be noted in the inventory. The cleaning of the premises is the responsibility of the tenant during the rental period and before departure. The amount of any cleaning fees is established based on the calculation mentioned in the descriptive sheet.
Article 16 – Security Deposit
Upon arrival of the tenant, a security deposit, the amount of which depends on the type of property, is requested by the owner. After the contradictory establishment of the exit inventory, this deposit is returned, after deducting the cost of restoring the property if any damage was noted.
In the event of early departure (prior to the time mentioned in this contract) preventing the establishment of the inventory on the day of the tenant’s departure, the security deposit is returned by the owner within a maximum of one week.
Article 17 – Insurance
The tenant is responsible for all damages caused by their own doing. They are required to be insured by a holiday or travel insurance contract to support these various risks.
Article 18 – Payment of Charges
The cost of renting the properties includes water and electricity charges, provided no abuse of consumption is noted.
Article 19 – Valuables
It is recommended not to leave valuables in the accommodations. The management of the Bounty Lodge cannot be held responsible for theft, loss or damage to guests’ personal belongings.
The property is secured and monitored, including by a video surveillance camera located in the parking lot, and anyone entering and exiting the property through the main entrance is recorded for identification purposes.
Article 20 – Housekeeping
The cleaning of your accommodation during your stay is your responsibility. Cleaning equipment is provided for this purpose. The accommodations are fully cleaned and disinfected after each departure.
Article 21 – Wi-Fi and Internet
You have unlimited internet access during your stay, as well as computer equipment and web applications belonging to the Bounty Lodge for recreational and entertainment purposes, such as watching your TV shows, accessing the Netflix platform, and checking your personal emails.
Please note that it is strictly forbidden to use the internet connection and computer equipment of the Bounty Lodge for hacking or any other activity that could harm individuals or even saturate the internet bandwidth.
Article 22 – Swimming Pool
The swimming pool can only be used from 7am to 10pm.
For safety reasons, the use of glasses is forbidden in or around the swimming pool. Violation of this rule may result in a fine being taken from the security deposit.
Children must be accompanied and supervised at all times by their parents.
The following activities are strictly prohibited:
Running around the pool; Diving or jumping into the pool; Screaming near the pool; Pushing into the pool; Throwing anything into the pool. Violation of this rule may result in a fine being taken from the security deposit.
Equipment such as the ladder, float, lighting or skimmer must not be moved or disassembled.
Article 23 – Balconies and Terraces
Guests must supervise babies and children at all times when using balconies or terraces.
The following rules apply to the use of the balcony and terrace:
Climbing the balustrades is strictly prohibited; Leaning over the balustrades; Jumping from the balustrades; Sitting on the balustrades; Placing incandescent objects on wooden terraces, such as mosquito coils; Placing a barbecue on wooden terraces.
Article 24 – Tobacco
Guests are allowed to smoke within the premises of the Bounty Lodge property outside of the accommodations; and
Smoking inside the accommodations is strictly prohibited; and
Guests must properly dispose of their cigarette butts (e.g. in the ashtrays provided) and must not throw them on the grounds of the property. Violation of this rule will result in a deduction from the security deposit.
Article 25 – Companion Animals
Companion animals are not allowed on the property of the Bounty Lodge.
Article 26 – Barbecue
Barbecues are allowed in designated areas and with designated equipment. Barbecues that are lit must be monitored at all times by the individuals who lit them.
It is strictly prohibited:
Article 27 – Claims and Disputes
Any claim relating to the state of the premises and the description during a rental must be submitted to the management within three days of the date of entry into the premises, or within 15 days after the stay at the following address: BOUNTY LODGE – BP 41669 – 98713 PAPEETE – FRENCH POLYNESIA.
All disputes arising from the services provided will be within the jurisdiction of the courts of the district of the Commercial Court of Papeete. Polynesian law will be applied to the relationships between the parties and, in particular, to these General Conditions.
Article 28 – Customer Acceptance
These General Conditions are expressly agreed and accepted by the Customer, who declares and acknowledges having a perfect knowledge of them, and therefore waives any contradictory document and, in particular, their own general terms and conditions of purchase, which will be unenforceable against the Bounty Lodge, even if it was aware of them.
Updated on February 5, 2023
BOUNTY LODGE takes all necessary precautions to preserve the security and confidentiality of the personal data it processes, as the data controller or as a subcontractor of its customers’ personal data.
BOUNTY LODGE uses personal data:
When it has obtained permission to do so,
Within the framework of drafting or executing a contract.
Data Processing by BOUNTY LODGE as the Data Controller
As the data controller, BOUNTY LODGE complies with the local regulations applicable to the protection of personal data, particularly the provisions of the “Information Technology and Freedoms” law of January 6, 1978, as amended, and the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation UE 2016/679) or “GDPR”.
Data Processing by BOUNTY LODGE as a Sub-Processor
Similarly, as a sub-processor for its clients, BOUNTY LODGE has completed all necessary formalities, including in relation to the European Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the Processing of Personal Data (General Data Protection Regulation, often referred to as GDPR).
BOUNTY LODGE endeavors to fulfill its obligations and respect the rights of individuals whenever it processes personal data.
What are BOUNTY LODGE’s commitments to data protection?
BOUNTY LODGE is committed to ensuring an optimal level of protection for the personal data of its clients, prospects, users of its website, and any other individuals whose personal data it processes.
BOUNTY LODGE is committed to complying with the applicable regulations for all personal data processing it implements. In particular, BOUNTY LODGE is committed, in particular, to respecting the following principles:
Your personal data is processed in a lawful, fair and transparent manner (lawfulness, fairness, transparency).
Your personal data is collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes, and is not processed subsequently in a manner incompatible with these purposes (purpose limitation).
Your personal data is kept in an adequate, relevant and limited manner to what is necessary with regard to the purposes for which it is processed (data minimization).
Your personal data is accurate, kept up-to-date and all reasonable measures are taken to ensure that inaccurate data, with regard to the purposes for which it is processed, are erased or rectified without delay (accuracy).
BOUNTY LODGE implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a security level that is adapted to the risk inherent in its data processing operations, meet regulatory requirements and protect the rights and data of individuals from the design of data processing operations.
Furthermore, BOUNTY LODGE contractually imposes the same level of data protection to its sub-processors (providers, suppliers, etc.).
Finally, BOUNTY LODGE is committed to respecting any other principle imposed by the applicable regulations on data protection, and more specifically regarding the rights granted to individuals, the duration of data retention.
BOUNTY LODGE does not intend to voluntarily collect information from children. We do not target children with our services.
What is the purpose of the data that may be collected by BOUNTY LODGE?
1- Data collection methods
As part of our customer relationships, we may collect your personal data through various means, including as part of our contractual and pre-contractual relationships. You may also provide us with your personal data on our website when you complete various forms, when you apply, or when you establish contact with BOUNTY LODGE or when you otherwise provide us with your personal data.
2- Processing purposes and legal bases
Your data is primarily used for the provision of specific services or services: accommodation booking, prospecting, animation, commercial information, satisfaction surveys, recruitment.
In addition to cases where your consent has been obtained (such as to communicate personalized offers), the processing of your data for the different purposes mentioned above is necessary in particular:
To ensure the execution of the service contract,
To comply with a legal obligation,
For the legitimate interests pursued by BOUNTY LODGE (including improving customer service).
How long are your data stored?
BOUNTY LODGE is committed to keeping your personal data for a period not exceeding the time necessary for the purposes for which they are processed, increased by a 5-year retention period, unless a longer retention period is authorized or imposed by a legal or regulatory provision;
These retention periods are defined based on the processing purposes implemented by BOUNTY LODGE and take into account, in particular, the legal provisions applicable requiring a specific retention period for certain categories of data, any applicable prescription deadlines, and the recommendations of the CNIL regarding certain categories of data processing.
Who is likely to access your personal data?
Access to personal data will be strictly limited to employees of the data controller, authorized to process the data due to their functions.
The information collected may be disclosed to third parties related to the company by contract and located within the EU and outside of the EU, for the performance of subcontracted tasks, including the use of accommodations, or for communication activity, without your permission being necessary. In the event of the recruitment of subsequent sub-contractors, these subsequent sub-contractors are required to comply with GDPR obligations. It is the responsibility of the initial sub-contractor to ensure that the subsequent sub-contractor presents the same sufficient guarantees with regard to the implementation of appropriate technical and organizational measures so that the processing complies with the requirements of the European data protection regulation.
Please note that in this context, BOUNTY LODGE requires its service providers to implement strict confidentiality and data protection measures.
How to exercise your rights?
The concerned person can exercise their rights as follows:
Right to information – this means you must know if your personal data is being processed; what data is collected, where it comes from, why and by whom it is processed.
Right of access – this means you have the right to request access to your data and receive a copy of your collected personal data.
Right to rectification – you have the right to request the rectification or erasure of your inaccurate or incomplete personal data.
Right to erasure – under certain circumstances, you can request your personal data to be erased from our records.
Right to restrict processing – under certain conditions, you have the right to restrict the processing of your personal data.
Right to object to processing – in certain cases, you have the right to object to the processing of your personal data, for example in the case of direct marketing.
Right to object to automated processing – you have the right to object to automated processing, including profiling, and not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing. You can exercise this right whenever there is a profiling result producing legal effects concerning or significantly affecting you.
Right to data portability – you have the right to receive your personal data in a machine-readable format or, if feasible, as a direct transfer from one processor to another.
Right to make a complaint – if we refuse your request under your access rights, we will provide you with a reason why it is not possible. If you are not satisfied with how your request was handled, you can make a complaint to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).
Right to withdraw your consent – you have the right to withdraw any consent given for the processing of your personal data.
Additionally, any minor at the time of collecting their personal data can have it erased as soon as possible.
You can exercise your rights by addressing the data processing representative: the legal representative of BOUNTY LODGE, at the BOUNTY LODGE postal address: BP 41669, 98713 PAPEETE, POLYNESIE FRANCAISE or by email at the following address: email@example.com, attaching a valid proof of identity.
In order to constantly improve the quality of services offered on the website and their suitability with your expectations, BOUNTY LODGE may use “cookies”, text files used to identify your device when you connect to one of our services.
The deposit of cookies or trackers in your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) allows BOUNTY LODGE to collect information and personal data. Depending on your device settings choice, cookies allow in particular:
Choosing to disable cookies may prevent you from using certain functions. At any time, you have the option to adjust your cookie settings.
Depending on the cookie usage settings, some trackers may be sent or read by third parties during your navigation on the BOUNTY LODGE website.
Cookies issued on the website by third parties:
Due to third-party applications integrated into our site, some cookies may be sent by other third parties. In this case, the emission and use of these cookies are subject to the privacy policies of these third parties.
You can remove the cookies stored on your computer via the settings on your computer. For more information on cookies, you can consult the CNIL website at www.cnil.fr.”
BOUNTY LODGE takes all necessary organizational and technical measures to protect personal data.
For data protection, BOUNTY LODGE has selected the Infomaniak host to ensure the security of the infrastructure and information systems.
Access to personal data by BOUNTY LODGE personnel is limited to those who need it for their tasks.
We use secure protocols for communication and data transfer (such as HTTPS). We monitor our systems for potential vulnerabilities and attacks. Our computer systems are protected (Firewall, antivirus) and regularly updated (security updates, system, software, etc.). Regular maintenance operations are in place to anticipate potential problems.
We are doing everything possible to comply with the state of the art in security. However, given that these rules are constantly evolving and that security breaches can occur unexpectedly, we cannot guarantee users against unauthorized access to data.
However, we are committed to informing the competent authorities of data breaches. We will also notify you if there is a threat to your rights or interests. We will do everything reasonably possible to prevent security breaches and assist authorities in case of breach.
BOUNTY LODGE Attn: Management BP 41669 PAPEETE – 98713 TAHITI – French Polynesia
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