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Contact

COUNTRY WELLNESSHOTEL BÜNDNERHOF

Family Würfl-Zegg
Votlasstrasse 10
CH-7563 Samnaun Dorf
Phone: +41 (0)81 861 85 00
Fax: +41 (0)81 861 85 01
Mail: buendnerhof@bluewin.ch

ECG data

Company wording: Country Wellnesshotel Bündnerhof
Legal form: Sole proprietorship
Tax number: 251 721
Legal domicile: CH 7563 Samnaun
Registered office: CH 7563 Samnaun
Professional group: Hotel and catering industry

Image rights

Hotel Bündnerhof
Praxmarer advertising agency
Shutterstock
TVB Samnaun (Mario Curti, Andrea Badrutt, Daniel Zangerl, Thomas Hablützel, Nadja Simmen, Harald Wisthaler, Andy Mettler, Alex Heis, Dominik Taeuber, Philipp Rathmer, Kristian Schuller, Sandra Ludewig, Kai Marks, Theo Zegg, Swiss Image, Mathieu Bitton, Nina Kuhn, Carsten Göcke)
Hangl Ski and Snowboard School Samnaun

Website realization: Praxmarer advertising agency

The Tyrolean advertising agency Praxmarer in Mils near Imst is a pioneer in the special fields of hotel and business conception, corporate identity, website realization, web marketing, print media and photography.

Website: www.praxmarer.net

Imprint

LIABILITY FOR CONTENTS
The contents of all pages were created with the utmost conscientiousness. The service provider does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, timeliness and quality of the information provided. Liability claims regarding damage caused by the use of any information provided, including any kind of information which is incomplete or incorrect, will therefore be rejected. In the event of a violation of the law, liability is only possible from the point in time at which a concrete violation of the law becomes known. The contents affected by an infringement will be removed immediately after becoming known.

LIABILITY FOR LINKS
Despite careful and content-related control, we do not assume any liability for the content of external links. The operators of the linked pages are solely responsible for their content. 

COPYRIGHT
All contents of the existing pages are subject to copyright. Any use of the content or any part thereof is not permitted, but requires the consent of the service provider. This also applies to the copyrights of third parties. In case of infringement, the service provider reserves the right to file a complaint. If, despite all precautionary measures, copyright infringement should occur, we ask to be notified. If the infringement is found to be justified, we will remove the relevant content immediately. 

INFORMATION ON ONLINE PARTICIPATION according to art. 14. ABS. 1 ODR REGULATION
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SOCIAL MEDIA
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JUDICATIVE
No warning without prior contact! Should any content or the design of individual pages or parts of this website violate the rights of third parties or legal provisions or otherwise in any way cause problems under competition law, we ask, with reference to § 8 para 4 UWG, for an appropriate, sufficiently explanatory and quick message without cost note. We guarantee that the rightly objected passages or parts of these web pages will be removed within a reasonable period of time or adapted to the legal requirements, without the need for you to engage a lawyer. The involvement of a lawyer to issue a warning notice at the service provider's expense does not correspond to the service provider's actual or presumed intention and would thus constitute a violation of the UWG due to the pursuit of extraneous objectives as the dominant motive for initiating the proceedings, in particular an intention to generate costs as the actual driving force, as well as a violation of the duty to mitigate damages.