The online hotel reservation service dropped from its website a Swiss establishment whose management put up signs singling out Jews and urging them to shower before entering the swimming pool.

The Paradise Apartments in Arosa, some 80 miles southeast of Zurich, still appears on, but is blocked for reservations.

“We’re sorry, but it is currently not possible to make reservations for this accommodation on our website,” the page reads, referring users to a list of other hotels in the area.

A representative told Shimon Samuels, the Paris-based director of international affairs for the Simon Wiesenthal Center, on Wednesday that it would not list the Paradise Apartments because of the signs. In addition to the one about the pool, another sign set times for Jews to access a refrigerator at the hotel.

“We do not tolerate discrimination of any kind. We can confirm that the property in question is no longer available on,” a representative told Samuels in an email replying to Samuel’s request for disciplinary action by against the hotel.