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How do I set up minimum or maximum length of stay restrictions?

Updated 7 months ago
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The minimum length of stay is the minimum number of nights guests can book a stay, while the maximum length of stay is the maximum number of nights guests can book a stay.

Depending on your property type, one of the following options will be available.

If you have a calendar showing 30 days at once, you can only set the minimum length of stay by following these steps:

  1. Under the “Rates & Availability” tab, click Calendar (or the relevant room name).
  2. Click a date (or dates).
  3. Under “Minimum length of stay” on the right-hand side of the page, there’s a drop-down menu. Choose how many nights you’d like this to be.
  4. Click Save when you’re done.
Tip:

You can also add a minimum length of stay restriction using the Pulse app.

 

Note:

The maximum length of stay restriction currently isn’t available on Pulse or the 30-day calendar.

For other calendar types, you can set the minimum or maximum length of stay by following these steps:

  1. Under the “Rates & Availability” tab, click Calendar to see a list of your rooms next to a range of dates.
  2. Click the drop-down arrow on the room rate you’d like to set the minimum or maximum length of stay for.
  3. Set this restriction by inserting a value in the white box next to “Minimum length of stay” or “Maximum length of stay” (for example, one day = 1, two days = 2, etc.). Once you click on another part of the page, this will save automatically.
Tip:

To save time, add the restriction for a longer period by clicking “Edit” next to “Minimum length of stay.” There, select the entire date range you want to apply the restriction to and add it in one go.

 

Did you know you can also complete this task on your mobile device?

Our Pulse app lets you manage your property on the go – anytime, anywhere. Pretty handy, right?

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