How do I make a stronger Offsite listing?

When listing your space under multiple categories (Event, Offsite and Production), you should take the time to tailor each listing's content to the activity it is under. The Offsite category is specifically intended to host corporate meetings.

Tailoring your listing will help guests visualize how they can use your space for the specific type of activity they’re planning. By providing answers to their most common questions upfront, you’ll make it easier to book your space.

To simplify the tailoring process, our team put together a list of the most common questions asked by guests browsing for offsite meetings, as well as sample Offsite listings for some inspiration. Use this as a guide and you’ll be on your way to accepting more qualified bookings.

About the Space

Try structuring your listing’s description with sub-headers and answering a few of these common questions. 


  • What is the layout of the space?
  • What is the surrounding area like?
  • What are some possible seating arrangements (presentation, theater, U, etc.)?
  • How many people can the space accommodate meeting-style (seated at tables)?


  • What A/V capabilities does the space have for guests to stream or present?
  • What is the WiFi speed?
  • What areas can guests use to break out into smaller teams?
  • Is the space quiet and/or private?
  • Are there any optional services you can provide (such as security, catering services, equipment, or A/V technicians)?


  • What unique features does your space have that set it apart from other meeting spaces?
  • How many bathrooms does your space have?
  • What additional areas will guests have access to, if any?
  • Are there any interesting facts about your space, the building, or its history?

Read more on the About the Space section here

Host Rules

  • What are the day-of procedures?
  • Do you have restrictions on what can be brought into the space?
  • Do you have restrictions on which areas guests can access?
  • Can furniture be moved?

Remember, Peerspace policy governs cancellations, overtimepayment processing (which prohibits partial deposits) and dispute resolution. Read more on Host Rules here.


Do you have WiFi, A/V (such as a screen and projector), and tables and chairs for at least a 10 person meeting in your space? Add these amenities to your Offsite listing’s Amenities section and be sure to include any associated costs in your hourly rate. Remember, you are required to offer these basic meeting amenities in order for your space to qualify for the Offsite category.


Check out these live examples of successful Offsite listings to inspire you.


Need help making improvements to your Offsite listing? Please review this step-by-step walkthrough and reach out if you have any questions.

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