If you're using the normal tariff editing mode you'll see just the one option (noted here) . If you're using the Advanced or Micromanage modes then you'll see a series of tabs like these :
Editing Rooms and Room features is straightforward enough. You create a few room features, let's say for example Tea and Coffee making facilities. Next, you can edit or add a room and you'll have a checkbox you can use to indicate if this room offers tea and coffee making facilities as an option.
Rooms themselves are also pretty simple. You add a new room using the icon with the green cross, or edit an existing room by clicking on it's associated edit icon. Once you're editing a room you can change it's name, it's number and the maximum number of people it can accomodate. The Floor, Smoking and Max people inputs can be ignored, they're only for informational purposes and aren't used anywhere else.
Remember though to associate it with a room type, because tariffs are also associated with room types, which brings us to configuring tariffs...
Micromanage and Advanced editing modes
When a guest makes a booking in the booking form, they're actually selecting a room at a certain price over a certain period, so when you set up your tariffs you need to remember that tariffs are associated with room types, and rooms are associated with room types.
These offer two different ways of editing your prices. They might look quite different but in fact the offer a lot of similar options.
The options they have in common are as follows :
Title Says it all. As this is a public facing title, you should name the tariff in such a way that it makes sense to potential guests.
Min Days When the guest chooses their booking dates, what's the minimum number of days that the booking must be for before this tariff is offered as an option?
Max Days When the guest chooses their booking dates, what's the maximum number of days that the booking must be for before this tariff is offered as an option?
Min People When the guest chooses their booking dates, what's the minimum number of guest types that must already be selected before this tariff is offered as an option?
Max People When the guest chooses their booking dates, what's the minimum number of guest types that must already be selected before this tariff is offered as an option?
Arrival day of week You can ensure that this tariff is only offered when the arrival day in the booking form is set to a specific day of the week.
Ignore PPPN If your property is set to charge Per Person Per Night then you tell the system to ignore that option for this tariff.
Allow weekends If a booking's dates span weekend days, can this tariff be offered?
Weekends only Only offer this tariff if a booking's days all land on a weekend day.
Min rooms already selected
Max rooms already selected
Min/Max rooms already selected. This is quite a specialised setting, you should not change this unless you've got a very specific reason. In short you can use this setting to ensure that this tariff is only offered when a certain number of rooms have already been selected in the booking form.