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Revenue Reports

Our Revenue Report gives an in-depth look into the revenue you have generated each day, month and year (all excluding VAT) as well as insights into your occupancy rates which can assist with future competitor rate planning.



Summary

The summary overview, lists how much revenue you have generated per day excluding VAT based on your accommodations availability and occupancy rate.

Simply enter the dates that you would like to view into the date fields.
The list displays the following data:

Rooms: The total number of rooms within your accommodation.
Available: The amount of rooms that were available for bookings each day.
Confirmed: The number of confirmed bookings per day.
Provisional: The number of not confirmed or provisional bookings per day.
Blocked: The number of rooms that are blocked or not in use.
Overbooked: The number of manually overbooked rooms.
Occupied: The amount of confirmed, provisional and manually overbooked rooms, excluding blocked rooms.
Occupancy: The percentage rate of occupancy for the day.
Revenue: The total revenue for the day excluding VAT
Room Revenue: The amount your rooms generated for the day excluding VAT and add ons.
Add-Ons: The amount your add ons generated excluding VAT per day
ADR: The average daily rate excluding VAT which is calculated by dividing the net room revenue( excluding VAT) by the number of occupied rooms.
RevPar: The RevPar is calculated by dividing the hotel’s total revenue (Lodging and add ons excluding VAT by the number of rooms that are available.
Bednights: The number of occupied beds.

You can download this list by clicking on the download key metrics button at the top right of the list



Reservation Channels



Within the Reservation Channels Tab you will be able to view insights into which channels your bookings come from and data relating to each, which include:

Source: The source of which channels your bookings come from
# Bookings: The number of bookings generated per channel.
% Bookings: What percentage of each channel bookings are generated from.
ADR: The average daily rate excluding VAT which is calculated by dividing the net room revenue (excluding VAT) by the number of occupied rooms.
Revenue: How much revenue you have generated from.

The key metrics download provides a full overview of the data in Excel form.

Monthly Pickup

Your monthly pickup tab gives you a full overview of your accommodations occupancy rate and the revenue generated in relation to it.



Occupancy is a great benchmark to assess your accommodation’s position against its competitors and its own historical data.
Knowing how your hotel is doing compared to other hotels in the market and previous months or years can help you set the correct rates, predict stay patterns, schedule staff, and plan renovations or maintenance.
Your occupancy rate is a major component in measuring the overall performance of your accommodation.
Occupancy rates can therefore impact future capital expenditures, employee salaries and bonuses and brand relationships.
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