Check that your listings adhere to Google's required components and accepted property types.
1. Google's property listing feed components
Follow Google's Property Listing Feed Components, see the image below for required data, heavily preferred data, and preferred data:
2. Properties accepted
If you'd like to add your vacation rental to Google, Vacation Rentals, your property needs to match one of the following categories and any of the mentioned definitions:
- Your property must provide a furnished space that’s private to the guest who’s renting it.
- A vacation rental must accept short-term, overnight reservations and be managed and cleaned in between stays.
- Shared rooms and private rooms cannot be synced with Google (As Google allows only entire homes/apartments).
- Listings with the word "Hotel" in their name cannot be synced with Google, as Google doesn't identify hotels as vacation rental properties.
|An apartment or flat:
|A bungalow is a single-level home that usually has:
|A cabin is a small house that’s usually:
|A chalet is a house built with wood and sloping roofs that’s usually:
|A cottage is a cozy house that’s usually:
|A gite is a vacation home found in French-speaking regions of Europe. It’s typically:
|Holiday village rental
|A holiday village rental is a unit in a self-catered resort where visitors:
|A house is a stand-alone residential building that may share:
|A villa is a luxurious house that usually has:
|Vacation rental (other)
|Vacation rental (other) is an option you can use if: