Hotel Allocation

Feb 14, 2024

What does the term hotel allocation mean?


A hotel’s allocation is the number of rooms a hotel has available to sell.

Example: If a 100 room hotel has 25 rooms reserved for the 10th, this means they have an “allocation” of 75 rooms left to sell via walk-ins or their online distribution channels.

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