Extra / empty bed relative adjustment
In addition to fixed price adjustment, many properties would prefer to use a relative adjustment field, which would be used to adjust prices based on extra or empty beds. This setting could allow revenue managers more flexibility as they decide on pricing for each space or space category, particularly in case the number of guests does not exactly match the number of beds in the chosen space type.
Felix Helbling commented
The rates are calculated by our yielding tool and sent to Mews. Depending on the occupancy and season, the upmark for the rate with 2 people would be dynamic meaning no fixed upmark. Since Mews cannot receive rates for occupancy with 2nd person via the interface, we also have to calculate with a fixed upmark in our Yielding Tool and we cannot fully utilize the possibilities of the Yielding Tool.
Donato CAVALLO commented
We must create dedicated rates for 3/4 guests, derived by the standard rate for 2 people with a relative adjustment, just to get what we need.
To manage so many rates is complicated and every time we create a restriction we must create one for each rate.