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Occupancy / Performance Indicators

In Lodgit Desk, you can display the occupancy rate for a certain period of time and calculate and graphically display the revenue per room (RevPar).

You can set the time period in two different ways: first, you can set it manually using the two calendar fields, and second, you can select a month, half-year, quarter, or whole year using the drop-down menu below.

Other criteria according to which you can display the list are objects (either all or only one) and booking states (all or only selected).

Click on the Print button to print the list. You can also export and save the list as an Excel spreadsheet. The table can then be further edited with programs such as Microsoft Excel (Windows), Numbers (macOS) or OpenOffice (Windows, macOS).


Under Lists > Utilisation and Key Figures > Utilisation, the bed utilisation for the selected period is displayed.

This occupancy rate is calculated individually for each rental unit in the specified period:

Overnight Stays: The sum of your actually recorded overnight stays including the nights achieved by means of over-bookings. 
Evaluated Overnight Stays: Number of overnight stays up to the maximum occupancy rate of the rental unit, as defined in the settings for the rental unit.
Capacity: The maximum utilisation of the rental unit, from the settings for the rental unit.
Occupancy rate in %: Number of evaluated overnight stays divided by Capacity. This value can be more than 100% if you take over-bookings into account during the calculation.

You can display the occupancy rate graphically in a diagram.

Performance Indicators

If you click on the tab performance indicators, you can display the occupied guest room days, the average lodging revenue, the occupancy rate, the average room price as well as the RevPar (logistics revenue per room) for your objects and the selected period. You can also display this evaluation graphically.

This data is determined per object.

In the diagram you can graphically display the utilisation of the objects, the average rate or the RevPar.