Pricing & Packages

Dates in Packages

How do Dates Work? Dates Refer to the Range of Check-IN Dates (not actual occupancy dates) The Dates of a Package refer to the range of CHECK-IN DATES which a guest can begin their Package on. There are 2 dates: - The first CHECK-IN date possible - The last CHECK-IN date possible A Member can begin their Stay under the Package on any date that falls from the First Check-In Date to the end of the Last Check-In date. ------------------------- --------------------...

Adding Packages

Adding Packages Its quite easy to add packages. You can have as many as you like. Each Package will display separately on your Stay Page. Examples - Seasonal Packages - Summer, Winter, Autumn, Spring - Demand Packages - Peak, Off-Peak, Shoulder - Event Packages - Summernats Package - Flower Festival Package - Rip Curl Pro Package Choose Your Room Type Start by choosing the Room Type that you'd like to set Packages for. The Package will a...

What prices do I set?

What prices do I set? This of course is entirely your choice. We encourage you to create budget friendly pricing as nomads will reward you with a longer stay than most business or leisure guests. The bottom line is that nomads and remote workers can easily be your most profitable market with their longer stays. We provide a Pricing Modeler to assist our Stay Members. To attract more longer-staying guests the keener the pricing the better. Our guests have lower fixed budgets per night. The ra...

Updating Prices

Updating Prices There are 3 steps to updating prices. Choose the room type. Room Type refers to the general class of room. eg Dorm bed, Single room, Double room etc. Then describe the actual room you wish to update. For instance you may want to only update prices for "2nd floor rooms", or the "small double rooms", or "dorm bed in 4 bed room". This description gets shown to guests so they understand which room they are getting. Choose the currency you'd like to bill. Then insert the pri...