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Legal information

Pension Daniel KG
Mr Albert Huber
Omesberg 397
6764 Lech am Arlberg

Phone: +43 5583 2929
Fax: +43 5583 2929-3
Email: info@pension-daniel.at
Internet: https://www.pension-daniel.at/

VAT: ATU36053408
Commercial register number: 16322d
Commercial court: Feldkirch District Court
Authority acc. to E-Commerce Act: Bludenz District Administration
Member of the Economic Chamber Vorarblerb, hotel industry group


With reference to the technical properties of the Internet, no liability can be accepted for the authenticity, accuracy and completeness of the information provided on the Internet. We are also unable to accept any liability for the availability or operation of this website and its content.

Any liability for direct, indirect or other damage, irrespective of the cause, which results from the use or non-availability of the data and information on this website, shall be excluded as far as is legally permissible.

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In addition, none of the website's individual pages can be integrated into external frames.

Mag. (FH) Gabriele Oberhauser & Team
Mobil. +43 650 801 88 11
6020 Innsbruck, www.oberhauser-consulting.at

Image rights

  • Maria Burtscher
  • Pension Daniel
  • Lech Zürs Tourismus GmbH (Sepp Mallaun, Christoph Schoech, Hanno Mackowitz, Hans Wiesenhofer, Kirstin Tödtling)

Concept, web design & production

web-crossing GmbH
Eduard-Bodem-Gasse 9
6020 Innsbruck
Internet: www.web-crossing.com
E-Mail: info@web-crossing.com

Information regarding online dispute resolution procedure, in accordance with Art. 14. Para. 1 ODR:

The EU Commission provides an opportunity for online dispute resolution via a platform that it operates (the 'OS platform'). The OS -platform can be used as the contact point for the out-of-court settlement of disputes arising from online purchase agreements. This platform is accessible via an external link ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.