Bed occupancy report shows the information about the property occupancy.
* Please note that blocked beds are not counted as occupied beds.
You will see following options and filters which will have influence in the generated report:
1) Start/End dates - Choose which dates you want to see the results for.
2) You can choose if you want to compare the selected period with the previous month, 1 year ago, 2 years ago, next month, next year. In such case the sults will appear this way:
3) You see the results per month or per day.
4) You can choose which room types you want to generate the report for.
5) You can choose which booking methods you want to generate the report for.
6) You can choos if you want to see the results PER BED or PER PERSON (BedNight). What is the difference?
* PER BED - In this case double beds are counted as 1.
* PER PERSON - In this case double beds are counted as 2 persons (2 bednights).
7) You can decise if you want to remove the blocked beds from available beds when counting. What is means? Let's have a look at the example below.
We have 6 double rooms. 3 of them are occupied, so it give us 50% occupancy. As mentioned at the beginning, the blocked beds are not counted as occupied.
If we check the box and remove the blocked beds from the count, the result will be 60%, because the system will take 5 rooms as the total available and 3 of them are occupied.
8) You can choose if you want to
If we check the box
9) You can choose the chart form in the report:
10) You can save the report as image, print the image directly from the report or save the result in CSV and open it in Excel.
On the right side of the report you will see the summary and some extra options:
Independing on the general option choosen in the point 6, this table will always show the result for both of them.
A) Bed occupancy - Occupied beds/Total of available beds. Please note that if you have 10 available beds per day and you generate the report for 5 days, the total number of available beds will be 50.
B) BedNight occupancy - Occupied bednights/Total of available bednights. The logic is the same as in case of beds. If you have 10 available bedsnights per day and you generate the report for 5 days, the total number of available bedsnights will be 50.
C) Average guests/night - In this case the system divides the number of occupied bednights by the number of days.
D) Total accommodation revenue - Shows the total accommodation revenue* for the selected date.
* Please note that the calculation logic in this case is the same as in case of Stay Date fileter in Accommodation Revenue report.
E) Report in currency - If you use more than one currency you can choose which one you want to generate the report for.
You can also decide if you want to:
* convert and add the bookings with other currencies to the count
* add the bookings which are connected with an inactive room type to the count
* include to the count the reservations which are not allocated to beds
The report shows the charts with the following informaiton:
BED OCCUPANCY IN %
TOTAL NUMBER OF RESERVATIONS
TOTAL ACCOMMODATION REVENUE
TOTAL NUMBER OF GUESTS
TOTAL NUMBER OF BEDNIGHTS
TOTAL NUMBER OF BEDS