Q: How do you determine POM-EC per occupied room?

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To calculate the cost per occupied room for laundry chemicals, you would divide the total laundry chemical cost by the total number of rooms serviced. This will give you the cost per room. You can then further refine it by considering the number of occupied rooms to get the cost per occupied room.

You can calculate the cost per occupied room by evaluating all of the costs of each occupied room such as the cost of cleaning, maintenance or repairs. The addition of all of these costs together will give you the cost per occupied room in your building.

Average number of nights occupied per room = Number of nights occupied from January to December / Number of rooms.Occupancy rate = 100 * Average number of nights occupied per room /365

If it deals with AVERAGE ROOM RATE then:- TOTAL REVENUE divided by the No of ROOM OCCUPIED for that period. E.G:- no of rooms availabe - 500 occupancy - 75 % (375 rooms occupied) total revenue - 93750 thus, AVG ROOM RATE =93750/375 =Rs 250 /- per room. (SOUMIK)

The actual cost per room per day for laundry products - for example, if a motel/hotel spends $600.00 a month for laundry products, and it was a 30 day month, the cost per day would be easy to calculate: $600.00 divided by 30 days = $20.00 per day. Hotels normally know their occupance rate (or percentage). If this example is a 200 room facility, with 65% occupancy at month end: 30 days times 200 rooms = 6000 times .65 (65%) = 3900 occupied rooms. Take the same $600.00 total cost in this example divided by the 3900 occupied room and you should come up with slightly over .15 cents per occupied room. Cost per occupied room is generally calculated on a month by month basis.

the amount received through selling rooms. it can be calculated in REVPAR (Revenue per available room) and REVPOR (Revenue per occupied room)

We sell toiletries to UK hotels through our online store. Miniature shampoos and the like can cost between 5p and 25p depending on quality selected and so a 100 bed hotel providing and average of 4 items per room per night (shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and soap), would pay between 20p and £1 per occupied room. If they are 75% occupied, 75 rooms per night mutliplied by 365 days = 27,375 room nights. So they spend between £5,475 and £27,375pa. That's £54.75 and £273.75 per room in the hotel pa.

Do you mean how do you calculate occupancy or how do you calculate the Average Daily rate? To calculate the Average Rate = Rooms Revenue divided by Rooms Sold To Calculate Occupancy = Total Rooms Sold divided by Total number of rooms available in the hotel x 100

Total slots per phase =12/3=4 slots to be occupied. Slots per pole per phase = 12/(3*4)=1 hence for A phase, the slots to be occupied are 1,4,7,10;for B phase, the slots to be occupied are 5,8,11,2;for C phase, the slots to be occupied are 9,12,3,6 and winding to we wave type.

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The cube of a room in meters multiply by 150btu and adding 500btu per person 750 if smoking 1000 if dancing similar with sex 500 per window 1000 per door provided the sun does not go on the glass pannel. Andreas Petrides from Cyprus

It depends on the climate and how well your home is insulated.A good rule of thumb is about 20 BTUs per square foot.