Terms and conditions
Short stay at Débarcadère à 1025 St-Sulpice
Is designated as Le débarcadère, the management company, Marie-Louise Immobilier SA,
Is designated as the guest, the person, company or corporation which has listed his contact information here above.
A stay from 1 day to 28 days in the service apartment house Le Débarcadère in 1025 St-Sulpice is considered as a short stay.
The accommodation includes furniture in perfect condition, 1 set of bed linen (4 pillows, 2 quilt covers, an undersheet), 2 large towels, 2 small towels, 1 bathmat, hairdryer, cookware, dishes and glasses for 4 people, a pan, a stove, a rack, a knife, wooden set, a kettle and an italian coffee maker ;
2 keys for the entry of the building and the apartment or studio.
The price covers all costs of the stay including charges (heating,water, electricity, taxes), wifi and TV.
Le Débarcadère offers stays with weekly cleaning and change of bedlinen and towels. The price does not include breakfast and daily room service.
The guest can park his vehicle in the rear of Le Débarcadère subject to availability and under his own responsability.
The stay begins at 4 :00 pm the first day and ends at 11:00 am the last day indicated on the booking form.
Payment : The amount has to be paid on booking.
Cancellation : A cancellation has to be made using the email indicated in the booking.
If the guest cancels his booking a week prior to the beginning of the stay or before (7 days, 4 :00 pm is considered as the beginning of the next day), Le Débarcadère will pay back half of the price. After this deadline, the full amount is non returnable.
Le Debarcadere reserves the option to release an other accommodation in the same or in a higher category.
Liability for damage caused by the guest : Le Débarcadère is allowed to charge the credit card of the guest for such damage.
Le Débarcadère disclaims liability for any difficulties with the credit card organisations. The booking is made upon confirmation by the payment organisation.
The contract is governed by the law of Switzerland and the juridiction is that of St-Sulpice (VD).