Product prices and the accompanying information, exhibited both inside and outside the establishment, must be at least in Catalan (article 32.3 of Act 1/1998 on linguistic policy and article 128.1 on the Law 22/2010 of the Catalan Consumer Code). This includes the list of services offered by restaurants and bars on display both inside and outside the establishment, including the food menu and wine and drinks lists (and therefore also the daily set menu).
Hotels and other tourist accommodation are bound by the same obligations as the restaurants. Information on service prices must be provided at least in Catalan.
In addition to the aforementioned obligations, tourist accommodation establishments must also apply Decree 159/2012 of 20th November, on tourist accommodation establishments and property for tourist use. Article 20 sets out the obligations regarding Catalan in the notification of prices. The rules or regulations governing the internal regulations of establishments must also be in Catalan, as established by article 12.
There are also different obligations in other Catalan-speaking territories:
Besides article 15 of the Law regulating the use of the official language of the Principality of Andorra, which makes various provisions regarding information displayed, there are more specific obligations regarding tourism establishments and restaurants, more specifically in article 17:
All hotels, restaurants, bars, cafés and other hotel establishments and restaurants must write menus, price lists, services and any other printed or public information in Catalan. Other languages can also be provided in a secondary position.
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