Terms of Property Rental "Pension Renaissance"

Terms of Property Rental "Pension Renaissance"

These conditions govern the mutual relations between the landlord of the property and the tenant (customer)

1. Introductory provisions

The contractual relationship between the landlord and the tenant arises on the basis of a written order. The tenant who ordered the lease is responsible for the contractual obligations of all parties involved. Persons under the age of 18 may use the rented property only if accompanied by a person over the age of 18. Only a person over the age of 18 can be a tenant.

2. Rental period 

In the high season (16.6. - 14.9) is the minimum stay 1 week. Check-in is between 3 pm and 6 pm, check-out until 10 am. Other dates and times can be agreed (according to the occupancy of the building). Weekend stays must be rented at least for two nights. Arrival on Friday by appointment, departure on Sunday until 4 p.m.

3. Booking and payment 

You can book via e-mail or phone call. If the property is available on your chosen dates the landlord will send the applicant an advance invoice in the amount of 50% of the total rental cost, which is due within two working days. Failure of paying the invoice by the due date is considered as a sign of lack of interest for lease and so the object can be offered to other interested parties. The surcharge will be paid, viz above.

4. Rental price

The rental price is agreed on the basis of the published price list. Only in special cases by agreement. The minimum rental price is given. The price is set according to the number of registered persons. The number of people can be increased up to the maximum capacity even after paying the deposit. The total amount for the rental must be paid not later than one working day before the beginning of the rental. Unreported people are not allowed to sleep in the building. If there are more people in the building or on the land belonging to the building then registered, the landlord or the building manager has the right to terminate the lease immediately and without compensation. The price does not include insurance, cancellation fee, transport costs, a fee to the municipal office of accommodation capacity (co je tím myšleno?) as well as the cost of energy consumed over 60 kWh/day.5. Accommodation instructionsThe beginning of the rental of the building is on the agreed day between 3 pm and 6 pm. The agreed time must be adhered to, otherwise the landlord cannot guarantee the proper handover of the object and the cancellation fee comes into force. Upon handover, the landlord will acquaint the customer with the object and its inventory and hand over the keys to the object. The tenant of the building is obliged to comply with the house rules, which are posted in the building. These include keeping the night calm "disturbing the surroundings with noise disproportionate to local conditions", locking the building on departure, saving water and energy, maintaining order and garbage disposal and the proper care of the borrowed property. The tenant must leave the bulding clean and tidy. The landlord or administrator checks the condition of the object and takes back the keys.

6. Cancellation conditions

The tenant can cancel the order only in writing and in a clear form (letter, e-mail). The decisive factor is the moment of acceptance of the cancellation by the landlord. Notices delivered on weekdays after working hours ie after 4 pm and on public holidays and holidays, are considered as delivered on the following working day. If the customer cancels the binding ordered stay, then he is obliged to pay cancellation fees:
31 or more days before arrival 10% of the price of the stay15 to 30 days before arrival 50% of the stay14 or less days before arrival 100% of the price of the stayThe landlord will issue a credit note to the tenant and return the corresponding part of the already paid price of the stay within 14 days of receiving the cancellation.
If the customer provides compensation for himself, he does not pay cancellation fees.The landlord is entitled to cancel the lease if serious and unforeseeable circumstances occur (eg natural disaster, catastrophe, sudden event for which it is not possible to secure the stay. In this case, the landlord will return the tenant already paid rental price. The customer has no right to demand any further compensation.

7. Liability for damages

The use of object is for the tenant as well as all other participans at their own risk during the whole stay. The landlord is not responsible for injuries, damage and destruction of property as well as damage caused by natural disasters and violence of all kinds.
The Lessee is fully responsible for damage of the used building, its equipment and facilities, caused by him or other persons involved. The Lessee is obliged to report any damage caused and compensate the Lessor (administrator) no later than on the day of termination of the lease. In the event of a large-scale damage, a report will be drawn up specifying the date of payment.

8. Complaints

The tenant has the right to complain about any deficiencies and defects in the building to the landlord (administrator). Meaning mainly defects in technical equipment. The landlord is obliged to arrange a remedy without undue delay, otherwise the tenant can claim a discount. This fact must be made at the latest at the time of handing over the object to the landlord (administrator) (jak je to myšleno?). The landlord is not responsible for the services advertised in the offer, which are provided by other entities (shops, restaurants, sports, etc.)

9. Final arrangements

The Customer confirms that he has read, understood and fully agrees the wording of the Terms of Leaseand by the confirmation of his order.