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.
First Check-In Date
The First Check-In date is the day the package first becomes available to consume.
You might have listed it months before, and pre-sold many months in advance, but the guest can not check in any early than the First Check-In Date and expect to get the same deal.
Last Check-In Date
The Last Check-In date is the last day in which a guest can start this package.
After this date the the Guest they must use a different package to book.
Note while this is the last date a Member can start their package, the room will be occupied a lot longer than the Last Check-In Date.
Occupancy Dates are Different
The dates of actual occupancy of the room are somewhat different of course.
The occupancy dates will be the range of dates from the check-in date to the end of their booking.
A Package is open from 1 February to 28 February.
If a guest buys the package and checks in on 28 February for 14 days then the room will be occupied (unavailable) for every day until they check-out which will be 13 February. (28 Feb + 13 days = 13 March)