Availability and Rooms

Editing Your Rooms

Editing your rooms allows you to show off more of the individual rooms at your Stay. This is different from the overall Stay information or images as its of greater detail and specific to the rooms. 1. Room Information Room Title Your "Room Title" is the common name you may have for the type or style of room. Hotels might call them things like "Single Person Rooms", "Couples Rooms" or "Group Rooms" for instance. Smaller Stays might only have 1 room of each type and use names li...

How Block Out Periods Work

Shortcut Help Any dates listed in the Block Out Periods are blocked to Nomad Stays. Background You'll recall that Nomad Stays works on an "instant booking" basis. Which means a nomad can book and confirm a room and package instantly if we have a room available to sell. If no rooms are available then the nomad will need to choose different dates or maybe a different Stay to make a booking. To become listed you will have already given us a regular quantity of rooms to sell. W...

How many rooms do I allocate?

How many rooms do I allocate? You'll want to allocate at least one room/bed to ensure you're listed on the site. (You're listing will disappear as a booking option if there's nothing we can sell.) Several rooms allocated will mean that when we sell the first one we will automatically have another to sell. This opens up the possibity of groups of friends booking together for instance.

Different Configuration Rooms

Different Configuration Rooms All your rooms of a certain type may not be the same configuration. For instance a hostel might have 4 bed dorms and 10 bed dorms. A gite might have 1 double room with 2 beds and another with only 1. The trick here is to use the 'description' box on your updates to let us know which room you're referring to. We may use this description in the promotion of the prices to ensure guests know exactly what they're getting. TIP: Try to describe the minimum room co...