Ready to sell: your simple guide for opening or closing rates πŸ›ŽοΈβœ¨

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Hello, dear hoteliers! πŸ‘‹

Curious about why your property isn’t available for bookings or how to open (or close) your doors to guests through Amenitiz? This guide is your key to understanding how to effectively open your rates and start welcoming guests. Let's get started and unlock the potential of your property! πŸ—οΈπŸ¨


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🎩 Pro Tip: By default, all rate plans are set to closed. If you want to be visible and bookable on your website and OTAs (like, Airbnb, Expedia, etc.) you'll need to open them.

A Step-by-Step Guide πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»

1️⃣ Head over to the Inventory tab in your Amenitiz administrator area. It's on the left sidebar, you can't miss it!

2️⃣ In Global View, click on the Bulk Update button. It's like having superpowers for your rates! πŸ¦Έβ€β™€οΈ

3️⃣ Select the rate plan and period you wish to open or close. Feeling indecisive? Don't worry, you can change this anytime.

4️⃣ On the 'Select an action to perform' section: choose Open rate or Close rate. Psst... remember to apply this to the specific room(s) you wish to target (or simply select all).

5️⃣ Hit Update > Confirm. Bam! ✨ Your changes are now set.Β 

πŸ”„ Advanced Tip for Proactive Hoteliers: Managing multiple rate plans? You'll need to repeat these steps for each one. Consider doing this annually, or for several years at a time. Future you will thank present you! πŸ€“

And there you go! An easy and efficient guide to handling your rate plans. Time to put these steps into action and enhance your booking potential!πŸŒŸπŸ›ŽοΈ


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