In the following example, we can see a reservation was made for room A1 which is linked to all three rooms in category B.
In this case, the system will consider the occupancy based on the 7 A rooms because only 7 total reservations will be possible.
Therefore, 7 rooms equals 100% availability and 1 room equals 14.29% of the availability. As one room is reserved, this becomes 14.29% occupancy, as is shown on the calendar below.
In the case that we have a reservation in category B, the property will have 9 rooms available to be reserved in total for this date (6 remaining A rooms, 2 remaining B rooms and 1 reserved B room).
Therefor, 9 rooms equals 100% availability and one room equals 11.11% of the availability. As one room is reserved, this becomes 11.11% occupancy as is shown on the calendar below.
This example illustrates myfrontdesk's flexibility in how it calculates occupancy based on the use of shared inventory.