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Thank you all for your responses. I've contacted Booking support by the extranet. I've decided to take this first step in order to have a written proof of the case as I don't want them to allegate that I didn't correctly explain the case by phone. They have not answered me for the time being.
I will keep you informed.
Thank you again.
Hello Isle of Wight,
Thank you for your answer. Yes, I settled my check-in and check-out times, but 1:00 a.m. is not in the allowed time lapse. I think this is more than an early check-in because someone could book 6 September as she didn't book it. I could consider early check-in one or two hours before the official arrival time... Anyway, I know I can block it, but this is not the way in my opinion. I think if you need one more night you just have to pay for it, if a guest decides to arrive at 1:00 or 3:00 is not a hoster's business when it comes to reservation and payments.