Long-stay rate plans

Ride the rising trend of longer stays with weekly and monthly rates

Our data shows that since the beginning of 2020, the average length of stay has been going up. To help you take advantage of this significant rebuilding trend and get in front of bookers who are increasingly searching for long-term accommodations, we’ve created weekly and monthly rates. These two new rate plans help you be more visible to the increasing number of people who are searching for stays longer than 7 days.

Meeting the opportunity

 

“The rise in long-stay demand offers partners an opportunity to reach and capture new markets—such as domestic vacationers, families, remote workers, and expatriates, to name a few—while boosting occupancy and increasing revenue.” – Click. Magazine

 

Gianbattista Vespucci, 

Commercial Director Partner Services, Booking.com

 

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The value of long-stay rates to your business

Fill your calendar

Long-stay guests can help fill availability—particularly in the low season—and meet the growing number of bookers searching for work-friendly accomodations.

Stable source of revenue

A steady, predictable cash flow can provide security in uncertain times.

Less work for you

Less frequent cleaning and property management means less operational costs and workload.

How to reach long-stay bookers

  • Are your rates designed to encourage bookers to stay longer? We offer rate recommendations based on industry and platform data, which you can adjust to offer smaller or larger discounts. 
  • Our research shows long-stay guests pay close attention to facilities and amenities, so make you’re highlighting them. 
  • Self-service and privacy are also important, so provide plenty of local tips and set expectations around communication. That way, they’ll only reach out when they need to. 
  • You’ll find dedicated options for Weekly and Monthly rate plans under the Extranet’s “Rates & Availability” or “Calendar & Pricing” tabs. 

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