Creating and Using Min Stay Profiles

Creating and Using Minimum Stay Profiles

Min Stay Profiles helps you to easily apply minimum stay restrictions across your portfolio and seasons! With this feature, you can now create and save different minimum stay settings and apply them to your listings, groups, accounts, or seasons with much ease.

How to create Min Stay Profiles?

  1. Navigate to Dynamic Pricing > Customizations
  2. Go to the Min Stay Profiles tab
  3. Click "Create Profile"
  4. Enter the Profile Name and set your preferred Minimum Stay Settings (for full details on how each rule works, check our guide here)
  5. Once done, click "Save Profile"

Creating Minimum Stay Profile from Custom Seasonal Profile

You can create Min Stay Profiles when creating a Custom Seasonal Profile:
  1. Go to your preferred level of customization and click "Edit"
  2. Under the Seasonal & Minimum Prices tab, enable the toggle for Custom Seasonal Profile and click "Edit Profile"
  3. Click on "Add Seasonal Profile," then under Min Stay Profiles, click on "Create Profile"
  4. Make your changes and click "Save Changes"

Applying Min Stay Profiles

You can apply Min Stay Profiles to Listings, Groups, or Accounts:
  1. Go to your preferred level of customization and click "Edit"
  2. Under the Stay Restrictions tab, enable the toggle for Minimum Stay Settings
  3. Select the corresponding Minimum Stay Profile
  4. Click "Save Changes"


Min Stay for Seasonal Profiles

There are markets where depending on the season, you might want to have different (and still dynamic!) minimum stay settings. This can be achieved by applying Min Stay Profiles to your Seasonal Profiles. If you leave any season with "None" as the min-stay profile, the corresponding listing/group/account level minimum stay settings will be applied.
  1. Go to your preferred level of customization and click "Edit"
  2. Under the Seasonal & Minimum Prices tab, enable the toggle for "Custom Seasonal Profile"
  3. Click "Edit Profile" then click "Add Season Profile"
  4. Set your preferred date range and rates then select the corresponding Min Stay Profile
Note: When minimum-stay profiles are applied to seasonal profiles, account, group and listing-level minimum-stay settings are ignored. Also, minimum-night settings are all or nothing, this means that rules from different levels/profiles can't apply together (i.e., you can't have some minimum-night customizations from the minimum stay profile and some from group level). A full description of the hierarchy is available here.

Archiving Min Stay Profiles

While deleting Min Stay Profiles is currently not possible, you can declutter your Min Stay Profiles by archiving the ones you no longer use. 
Here's how: 
  1. Click on Dynamic Pricing from the top banner and select Customizations.
  2. Go to the Min Stay Profiles tab. 
  3. Click on the 3-dots icon to the right of the profile, and select Archive.


To unarchive a Min Stay profile, click on  and the archived profiles will show up. You can then click on the 3-dots icon  to the right of the archived profile, and select Unarchive


Note: Min Stay Profile can be archived even if they're applied/active somewhere. Active Min Stay Profile, when archived, will continue to take effect, and there will be no change in the Min Stay settings where it is applied. Archiving Min Stay Profiles basically hides the profile from the Min Stay Profile tab.

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