In this tab (Hotelier > Settings > General) you can configure the general settings of WP Hotelier.
This controls the basic information of your hotel: the hotel's name and the location, the time for check-in and check-out, if pets are allowed and the accepted credit cards for payments made at the hotel.
The name of your hotel.
The address of your hotel.
The postcode/zip of your hotel.
The locality of your hotel.
The telephone number of your hotel.
The fax number of your hotel.
The email address of your hotel.
The time for check-in.
The time for check-out.
Check this option if pets are allowed in your structure.
If you need to give some special instructions, use this option.
WP Hotelier requires two pages to work: the listing* page and the booking page. When you install WP Hotelier it creates them for you. These are simple WordPress pages with a specific shortcode. But if you want something other than the default, just create a new page with your custom design and content and put the required shortcode on it. And select that page in the settings of course.
Since the version 2.7.0, the listing page can be disabled in Settings > Rooms & reservations > Listing Settings > Disable listing page.
This is the page where guests will see the rooms that are available for the selected dates. The
[hotelier_listing] shortcode must be on this page.
This is the booking page where guests will complete their reservations. The
[hotelier_booking] shortcode must be on this page.
Endpoints are appended to page URLs to handle specific actions during the booking process. They should be unique.
This endpoint is appended to the booking page to display the page guests are sent to after completing their reservation.
This endpoint is appended to the booking page to display the payment form (for reservations generated by the admin).
Options that affect how prices are displayed to your visitors.
Choose your currency. Note that some payment gateways have currency restrictions.
Choose the position of the currency sign (after or before the number).
This sets the thousand separator (usually , or .) of displayed prices.
This sets the decimal separator (usually , or .) of displayed prices.
Number of Decimals
This sets the number of decimals points shown in displayed prices.
Here you can enable coupons on your website.
Enable the use of coupon codes.
Privacy related settings.
Account erasure requests
Since WordPress 4.9.6 a new GDPR tool is included allowing you to erase and export personal data. Enabling this option you will able to include reservations data during an account erasure request.
Optional text visible at the end of the booking form.