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Columns in the Manager Daily Report:

Columns in the Manager Daily Report are as follows:

MTD

Month-to-Date

Month Turnover Detail. E.g. For date range from 01-05-12 to 17-08-12, MTD data will be calculated for the month of August.

YTD

Year-to-Date

Year Turnover Detail. E.g. For date range from 01-05-12 to 17-08-12, YTD data will be calculated for the period from 01-04--2012 to 17-08-2012 if FY start date is 1st April.

Rows in the Manager Daily Report:

Rows in the Manager Daily Report are as follows:

House Status

Total Rooms

Total number of rooms in the hotel for the day.

Out of Order

Out of Order. Number of rooms that are blocked for use. Hoteliers generally use to keep the room Out of Order which is currently under construction or maintenance. Check-in is not allowed if the room is out of order. In order to block or unblock a room please refer to the buttons "-U Block" and "^U Unblock" in the Room Status.

Rooms Available

Total Room - Out of Order.

Rooms Occupied

Total number of rooms in which the guests are staying for the day.

Rooms Reserved

Total number of rooms reserved to be checked in for the day.

Total Guest

Total number of in house guests for the day.

Occupancy %

It shows occupancy rate in % for the day or a given date range.

Calculating Formula:

Room Sold * 100 / Total number of rooms exclude the rooms which are out of order.

Note:

It reveals the success of a hotel in attracting guests to a hotel. While higher rate shows  success in attracting the customers, lower rate shows an inability in attracting.

Average Daily Rate (ADR)

It shows the Average Daily Rate for a day or given date range.

Calculating Formula:

Total Room Revenue includes Inclusions / Room Sold for a day.

Note:

It is one of the most common financial indicators to measure how well a hotel performs compared to its competitors and itself (year after year). Gradual increase in ADR year after year brings in more revenue.

Rev-Par

It shows the Revenue Par Available Room for a day or a given date range.

Calculating Formula:

Occupancy % * ADR

or Total Revenue / Total Room

Note:

It is one of the most common financial indicators used in hotel industries to make comparison between hotels of the same type. It reveals how much more or less rate a hotel is charging compared to its competitors.

Average Rate Per Guest (ARG)

Hoteliers should consider not only the revenue generated by each room (RevPaR), but also the revenue generated by each guest, from booking to check out.

This may include additional revenue generated by dining, recreation (golf, spa services, excursions and so on) and meeting facilities.

Average Rate Par Guest (ARG) is often considered by a hotel when conducting their revenue management.

 

Calculating Formula:

Total Room Revenue / Number of Guests

Revenue Analysis

Add Ons/Inclusions

Revenue generated by the sale of Add Ons/Inclusions for the day.

Cancellation Charges A/C

Revenue generated as Cancellation Charges.

Closing Stock (P/L)

Value of closing stock in the Profit & Loss A/C for the day.

Discount Received

Discount received for the day.

No Show Charges A/C

Revenue generated as No Show Charges.

Room Charges A/C

Revenue generated by renting rooms for the day.

Sales A/C

Revenue generated by selling of F&B products for the day.

Sales Return

Sale Return for the day.

Buttons in the Manager Daily Report:

Buttons in Manager Daily Report are explained in Reservation List Report.