3. Set Your Rates

Rates will have been automatically set for you based on the Default Rate you set when you created the Unit Type. You can override these rates manually or import them from Beyond Pricing or PriceLabs. If you want to set specific rates for certain dates, go to Calendar-> Calendar ToolBox-> Create Rates.

When you click on Create Rate, a window will appear in which you can select based on Nightly, Weekly, or Monthly. For example, if you select Nightly, you will be directed to a new page to insert the information in two steps.

Create Rate Options - Zeevou

Step1: Rate Settings

On the opened page, you should set the Date by selecting the Time Period. On Settings card, you should set Fixed Rates for a Time Period or specify different Rates for each Day of the Week. The data you insert in fields as Price, Extra Guest Price, Min Stay, and Max Stay will be applied for all selected nights.

Otherwise, you can customise Price, Extra Guest Price, Min Stay, and Max Stay for each day of the week separately by clicking on Days of the Week. In addition, you can determine if you would like to mark a specific day of a week as Stop Check-Ins, Stop Check-Outs, and Stop Sell.

You can also set the Restrictions by turning the toggles of Stop Check-Ins, Stop Check-Outs, or Stop Sell. Finally, click on Next.

Notes:

If you check Stop Check-Ins, guests’ arrivals cannot be set for the selected day of the week in the selected From-To. 

If you check Stop Check-Outs, guests’ departures cannot be set for the selected day of the week in the selected From-To. 

If you check Stop Sell, guests cannot book the selected day of the week in the selected From-To. 

Step 2: Apply To

You can select the Nightly Rate Plans that you wish to define the Rate for. You are supposed to open all the arrows and make sure on which Rate Plan the changes should be applied.

Note that the Rate Plans are filtered based on the currency that is selected by the user.

Step 3. Finally, click on Complete.

Note: Rates can be overridden by adding or setting a New Rate.

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