What kind of reservation restrictions can I set up?

Restrictions let you apply special conditions to reservations.

They'll appear on your property's page on Booking.com. That way guests can only book according to your restrictions, helping you manage reservations.

The restrictions you can set depends on your calendar type.

If you have a calendar showing 30 days at a time, you can add:

Tip: You can also add a minimum length of stay restriction using the Pulse app. Note: The maximum length of stay restriction isn't currently available on Pulse or the 30-day calendar.

If you have a different type of calendar, you can add:

  • Minimum length of stay: Set the minimum number of nights guests can book your property or room for.
  • Maximum length of stay: Set the maximum number of nights guests can book your property or room for.
  • Exact stay: Set the exact number of nights guests can book your property or room for.
  • Minimum advance reservation: Set the minimum period for how far in advance guests can book your property or room.
  • Maximum advance reservation: Set the maximum period for how far in advance guests can book your property or room.
  • No arrivals: Close your property or room for arrivals on days you can't check guests in. Guests can't book a stay that starts on those days (but can still book those days if they fall within a wider date range).
  • No departures: Close your property or room for departures on days that you're unable to check guests out. Guests can't book a stay that ends on those days (but can still book those days if they fall within a wider date range).
  • Minimum length of stay from arrival: Set the minimum number of nights a guest can book your property or room for when booking on the arrival date.
  • Maximum length of stay from arrival: Set the maximum number of nights a guest can book your property or room for when booking on the arrival date.
Did you know you can do this same task from your phone?

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