You have the option to adjust selected months and weekdays individually. This is great in case your property behaves differently from the other hotels that we are using to represent the market.


When we set up your hotel at the beginning, we will often input these adjustments. So, do not be surprised to see numbers already in that you did not set yourselves.


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For example, leisure hotels tend to need adjustments to decrease prices on Tuesday and Wednesday compared to business hotels. They will also need adjustments to increase prices on Fridays and Saturdays.


City hotels in summer also behave differently. While business hotels are quieter, leisure hotels do comparatively better. Thus, an upward monthly adjustment in summer is standard for leisure hotels in an area of business hotels.




How to:

For example, if you want Saturdays to always be 10% more expensive than the market recommendation — you would do the following:


  1.   Navigate to Adjustments on the left-hand menu and select Weekday/Monthly.
  2.  Click in the box for the weekday or month that you would like to modify and type in the precentage change you would like. This can be positive and negative.
  3.  Press Save






Screen that shows where to set individual weekday and monthly adjustments





How to:


A second option to make the spoken about settings, would be the Adjustment View.


  1.  Navigate to the Adjustment View under Price Suggestions
  2.  Click on the blue-coloured percentage next to the month or weekday
  3.  In the appearing window, you are able to set individual readjustments
  4.  Click in the box for the weekday or month that you would like to modify and type in the precentage change you would like. This can be positive and negative.
  5.  Press Save




In the Adjustment View individual Weeks and Months can be adjusted






Overview of the Weekday Adjustment



Overview of the Monthly Adjustments