The default rate for your accommodation is the price at which your accommodation will be sold for the entire booking period (maximum advance notice) as long as you have not created a season for the specific dates you are trying to book. 

How is this rate usually used?

It is normally used as the low season rate and the seasonal section creates the bank holidays  and special days when the accomodation is more expensive.

But you can also choose to create seasons every day of the year and set the default rate with high prices to ensure you don't get bookings at a very low price for absent-mindedness.

How is it configured?

You can configure it once you create the accommodation, since it is the second step to fill in the process. You can also find this option in the My Accommodations menu. After choosing a property, a tab called Rates will appear at the top that will allow you to modify it.

If your accommodation is complete 🏡:

Go to the menu Accommodations -> My accommodations look for the property you want to update and click on it.

On the Rates tab you will see the section corresponding to Default Rates, Occupancy and Restrictions. You can configure it: 

  • Your prices on weekdays (Sunday to Thursday) and on weekends (Friday and Saturday nights).

  • Mandatory check in  and check out  days

  • Minimum stay when you don't have seasons

  • Occupancy of the property.

If your accommodation is partial 🏩: 

Go to the menu Accommodations -> My accommodations search for the property you want to update and click on it. 

In the units and rates tab you will see that to the right of each type you have the Rates button (4), click on it to access the configuration of the default rate for each type.

You will be able to configure the same fields that we have seen in the complete accommodation.

When you have finished, click on the Save button at the bottom of the page.

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