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If they like 1 night bookings they can come and help with the cleaning. I had so far been lucky only once had a 2 night stay but majority is 4 and over and now I put minimum of 4 nights when I discovered the minimum nights option but that has a negative effect is that potential guests don't see you if they want 3 nights. I had no reply on the topic as well but it is clearly wrong when something says sold you know what that means and you move to the next home.
I received a survery email how to improve booking.com so hopefully there is room there to write suggestions and hopefully they read it.
I am very concerned about this and I have posted a message in extranet about this it that I and others could be missing out on potential bookings. But what I have noticed that sometimes in firefox it gives the correct message like I just did it now it says for your check-in date, there's a minimum length of stay of 5 nights. In the booking.com app and mobile phone browser it just says sold out and if you tick show only available properties you are not on the list.
This is very wrong I am surprised that it hasn't been picked up before. I used booking.com to book my own stays numerous times and from my own experience I click always show available properties and therefore those owners could have lost a potential guest. But if it had a minimum stay I would still have a look and maybe extend my stay a day to meet the minimum but what is the point of looking if it has sold line highlighted. Hopefully partners who posted here can post on the extranet so something is done about it.