To better understand the instructions in this article, it is necessary that you already know the concepts below:
Airbnb has a fee presentation model on their page that follows the criteria below:
For a better understanding, the final result on the Airbnb website is the squares of the "Guest Facing" area of the chart.
See below for a brief explanation:
|Price per night in an Airbnb consultation
|The amount is the result of the daily rate base amount that Stays.net sent to the channel, added to the pricing rules (charging for additional guest, increases, etc.) and any additional fees related with one of these here: resort fee, community fee and management fee.
|Airbnb only works with fee amounts per reservation, even if your fee is set as "per night" on Stays.
|This is a standard fee charged by Airbnb in relation to the reservation made through the channel.
This area is not integrated with Stays.net and is part of the standard Airbnb policy.
In the case of the listings connected through API, this fee does not exist, as the model used is the 15% commission for Airbnb!
|It is formed by the sum of the cleaning fee and linens fee.
In practice, if in your Stays.net you have linked your additional fees to these two options, the cleaning fee will be the sum of the two fees in question.
|In some regions, Airbnb has government agreements and acts in the collection and remittance of taxes, so in these cases the information will be present in the quotation of reservations.
For more details to find out if your listing is in a region where this applies, contact the Airbnb team or click on the link at the side.
In practice, the end result of this relationship of fees and presentation of the Airbnb website is like this:
It is worth noting that the example above is from a region without withholding taxes by Airbnb.