Before proceeding with reading the instructions, check if this is the model you really want:
In this fee charging model, the amount will be calculated according to the number of reservation nights + the number of guests, that is, assuming your fee is R$ 10,00 and the reservation is for 3 nights and 4 guests, the fee would be R$ 70,00 (3 nights x 10 + 4 guests x 10).
To create a service fee by number of guests and nights, access the [Catalog > Auxiliaries > Fee Manager > +Add fee] menu.
See below the actions that must be taken to configure the fee:
|Set the fee name and activate it||This is the basic step to apply a fee to your Stays.net.|
|Set how the amount will be charged||In service fees, the model used is the [Per guest and nights] option.|
|Set the amount||After choosing an item in the previous step, you will be given the option to set how to charge the amount.|
The most common option for this fee type is [Currency].
It is posssible to edit the amount per listing.
|Activate charging for guests||In the [Will the fee be applied to the guest invoice?] field, mark [Yes].|
If you want to deduct this amount from the owner's credit in the forwarding process, mark [Yes] in the [Will the fee be applied during reservation forwarding?] option as well.
|Set fee behavior on website e and direct sales||You can set it according to your preferences, but we recommend that you mark the options like the picture on the side.|
Do not forget to save the changes made for each section on the upper right side of the screen!
Important: If you choose the model in [Percentage], please remember that it will always be calculated based on the original daily rate, that is, the fee per additional guest will not be used in calculating that fee.
If you have chosen the fee model built into the daily rates amount, it will not be possible to edit the daily rates amount on the reservation page after its creation. It will be necessary to first delete the fee from the reservation in order to later be able to change the daily rates amount!
Now that you know how to set a service fee per number of guests and nights, how about checking other fee models?