With the strict enforcement of Airbnb on correct property-room type setup, it's important to choose the right corresponding value of one type for another.
Otherwise, you may receive error response, which makes the property out of sync with Airbnb.
The values can be set up in PMP's Property > Main Setting tab
For more reference, please refer to the below table:
Property type as Value column
Listing type as Valid Room Types column
Note: those with
(*) are not supported yet in Hostfully PMP. If listings of such property types are imported into Hostfully PMP, they will be defaulted to
Valid Room Types
Aparthotels are hotel-like accommodations with rooms that feel more like apartments. They usually have a front desk, hotel-like amenities, and staff available to assist guests.
Apartments are typically located in multi-unit residential buildings or complexes where other people live.
Barns that have been converted into living spaces may have been originally used for storing grains, livestock, or farming equipment.
Bed and breakfasts are professional hospitality businesses that offer breakfast for guests. A host usually lives on the property.
Boats and ships range from sailboats to luxury yachts that are moored while guests are visiting. If you have a houseboat or floating home, choose
Boutique hotels are professional hospitality businesses that usually have a unique style or theme defining their brand and decor.
Bungalows are houses with architectural features like a wide front porch and a sloping roof. They’re usually single-level homes.
Cabins are houses built with natural materials like logs and wood. They’re often located in natural settings like forests and mountains.
A campsite is an area of land where guests can set up their own tent, yurt, camper/RV, or tiny house. Let guests know what they can set up on your campsite.
A casa particular is a type of accommodation found in Cuba that may be more like a private apartment or a room in a bed and breakfast.
Castles are majestic and often historical buildings with architectural features like towers, spires, and moats.
Caves are natural formations like underground caverns and dwellings carved into hillsides or nuzzled into a cliff.
Chalets are houses that are usually made of wood and have a sloping roof. Many are holiday homes in locations popular for skiing or summer homes.
Condominiums or condos are units typically located in multi-unit residential buildings or complexes where other people live. Condos are owned by individuals whereas apartments are usually owned by a property management group.
Cottages are cozy homes. They’re often located in rural areas or near a lake or beach.
Cycladic houses are traditional whitewashed houses with cubic shapes and flat roofs. Their unique style is found in the Cyclades—a group of Greek islands.
Dammusos are stone houses with wide walls and domed roofs—an architectural style unique to the island of Pantelleria in Italy.
Dome houses have a hemispherical roof or may have a completely spherical construction. Geodesic domes and bubble homes are types of dome houses.
Earth houses are homes that are built into the earth or made out of natural materials like terrain or rammed earth.
Farm stays are professionally managed accommodations in agricultural settings where guests may interact with animals or enjoy recreational activities like hiking or arts and crafts.
Guest suites have a private entrance and are inside of or attached to a larger structure like a house or garage. These are sometimes called in-laws.
A guesthouse is a detached building that shares a property with another stand-alone structure like a house. Sometimes these are called carriage houses or coach houses.
Heritage hotels are palaces, havelis, forts, and other historically significant buildings in India that have been converted into professionally managed accommodations for guests.
Hostels are professional hospitality businesses that usually rent beds in shared dorms and private rooms for guests.
Hotels are professional hospitality businesses that offer accommodations like private rooms and rental units for guests.
Houses are residential buildings that are often stand-alone structures. Some houses, like duplexes, may share walls or outdoor areas with other houses.
Houseboats are boats that are more like homes and are often set up as a primary residence. Choose “houseboat” if you have a floating home.
Huts are made from simple materials like wood or mud and often have thatched roofs made of straw.
Igloos are dome-shaped structures made of snow and ice. They’re typically found in cold climates where they’re less likely to melt.
An island is a piece of land completely surrounded by water. Islands are great for private getaways in paradise.
Kezhans are small and medium-sized places to stay with local characteristics. Most of them are close to urban attractions, transportation hubs, or are located near scenic spots. They offer sophisticated amenities, toiletries, simple dining, social spaces, and custom-tailored services.
A lighthouse is a tower with a bright light originally built to help ships navigate waterways. They’re usually found on the coast near large bodies of water.
Nature lodges are professional hospitality businesses located in natural settings like forests and mountains.
A loft is a space—usually an apartment or condo—with an open layout. Most or all walls in a loft do not extend fully to the ceiling.
Minsus are professionally managed accommodations in Taiwan that offer private rooms for guests.
Pensions are Korean holiday homes often found in the countryside. They often have barbeques and other communal spaces that make them a good choice for groups and families.
Planes or airplanes are aircraft that were built to fly high in the sky and have now been converted into living spaces.
Resorts are professional hospitality businesses with guest accommodations ranging from hotel rooms to private rentals. They may offer more amenities and services than other hotels.
Some campers/RVs may be half-home, half-vehicle while others are camping trailers with compact spaces built for the adventurous at heart.
Ryokans are traditional Japanese inns that usually have a small number of professionally managed rooms and offer a cultural experience for guests.
Serviced apartments are furnished and serviced by professional management companies. They offer hotel-like amenities such as daily cleaning, laundry service, concierge, and a front desk, making them popular choices for corporate housing and guests staying longer than 30 days.
Shepherd’s huts are tiny wagons on wheels originally used by shepherds on the move with their sheep.
Tents are structures made of fabric and poles. They’re usually portable and collapsible, but some tents, like bedouin tents, are more permanent.
Tiny houses are stand-alone houses that are very small in size and have compact interior living spaces. They’re usually less than 400 square feet or 37 m2.
Tipis are cone-shaped tents supported by poles. They usually have a flap door and may have an opening at the top of the tent.
Townhouses, row houses, and terraced houses are private units that share walls and may share outdoor spaces with other units.
Trains are cabooses, boxcars, and other railroad cars that have been converted into living spaces.
Treehouses are built into the trunks or branches of trees. Nature-loving guests may climb a ladder or stairs to enjoy beautiful views.
A trullo is a round, stone house with a cone-shaped roof that originated in the Apulia region of Italy.
Villas are luxurious homes that tend to have outdoor-indoor spaces and large yards, gardens, or pools.
Windmills are unique structures originally designed with blades to catch the wind and use its energy. Some windmills may be fully functioning while others are primarily used as living spaces.
Yurts are rounded tents usually made from a collapsible wooden framework. They’re a sturdier option for guests who love the outdoors and creature comforts, too.
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