is the number of days within which a hotel will not accept bookings from a given source. For example, if a hotel is listed with a three-day release period on an online travel agency (OTA), and today is Monday, customers may not book that hotel’s rooms for Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday – the first day available is Thursday. This is commonly used for hotels who consistently run near high occupancy, so that they can keep remaining rooms up their sleeve in case of any booking issues, or last-minute important guests.

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