Terms of Use

§1. General Our general terms and conditions apply to contracts that are concluded either by phone, in writing, by email or in person between Barocker Hof Rhodt (represented by Gerald Keßling and Li Zhu) and the guest and relate to the rental of holiday apartments from Barocken Hof Rhodt. Other agreements are only valid if there is a written confirmation from the Baroque Hof Rhodt. The Barocker Hof Rhodt has the right to exercise its property rights if guests disregard these terms and conditions or cause gross negligence or willful harm to us or other guests.

§2 Prices and Payment
The Barocker Hof Rhodt is free in pricing. A reservation / booking is only valid after prepayment of the total amount by bank transfer. The prepayment corresponds to 100% of the total amount and is due immediately after booking. The prices shown include VAT. If there are twelve months between the booking and the arrival time, the Barocker Hof Rhodt can increase the agreed prices of a concluded contract if the Barocker Hof Rhodt has changed its prices during the specified period. The Barocker Hof Rhodt can adjust the prices accordingly by changing the booking of any kind (number of beds, rooms, duration or other services). Our invoices are payable on receipt and without deduction. Baroque Hof Rhodt charges interest of 4 percent on outstanding bills above the current market rate of the European Central Bank. The guest can only offset undisputed and legally established claims against the claims of the Baroque Hof Rhodt.

§3 Rooms and Beds
Unless otherwise agreed, check-in is possible between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on the day of arrival. Check-out is requested no later than 10:00 a.m. on the agreed departure date. After this time, the Baroque Hof Rhodt can charge 50 percent of the room price until 3:00 p.m. After 3:00 p.m. the full amount will be charged. Booked rooms are available to all guests from 4 p.m. on the day of arrival. Unless a late arrival has been expressly agreed, the Barocker Hof Rhodt is entitled to make reserved rooms available to other guests after 8:00 p.m. The guest cannot make any claims.

§4 Cancellation of contacts, non-arrivals
No money back: Please note that in the event of cancellation, change or no-show, the full booking amount will be charged. We recommend you get travel cancellation insurance. There is no obligation to pay for a cancellation if it is represented by the Barocker Hof Rhodt.

§5 Withdrawal on the part of Barocker Hof Rhodt
The Barocker Hof Rhodt has the right to withdraw from the contract if a guest does not make the appropriate advance payment within the specified period. In addition, the Baroque Hof Rhodt is obliged to withdraw from the contract if higher forces or other circumstances make the contract unworkable. Incorrect information such as the guest's name, address and bank details during (online) check-in release Barocker Hof Rhodt from the provision of the service under the contract.

§6 Special conditions
The Barocker Hof Rhodt is entitled to agree special payment and cancellation terms, especially for group bookings or early bookings. Renting or making available a holiday apartment or a room or bed to third parties is prohibited.

§7 Loss or damage to objects
The guest is responsible for his personal and other items. The Baroque Hof Rhodt has no duty to keep watch or keep it. The Baroque Hof Rhodt is not liable for lost or damaged items unless there is gross negligence on the side of the Baroque Hof Rhodt.

§8 obligation to cooperate
The guest is obliged to address any complaints or defects directly and immediately to us. We are happy to help as soon as possible. If a defect is not reported, the guest has no claims.

§9 Final Provision
Should individual provisions of these General Terms and Conditions be ineffective or void in whole or in part, or become wholly or partially ineffective or void as a result of changes in the legal situation or by judicial decisions or in any other way, the parties agree that the others Provisions of these terms and conditions remain unaffected and remain valid. In this case, the contracting parties undertake, taking into account the principle of good faith instead of the ineffective provision, to agree on an effective provision which comes as close as possible to the meaning and purpose of the ineffective provision and which can be assumed that the parties did so at the time of the conclusion of the contract if they knew or had foreseen the ineffectiveness or nullity. The same applies if these terms and conditions / contract should contain a gap.