Classification of furnished tourist accommodation
“Furnished tourist accommodation is made up of furnished villas, flats or studios, for the exclusive use of the tenant, offered for rent to a visiting clientele who stay there on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, and who do not elect domicile there” (article D. 324-1 of the French Tourism Code).
– Enhance the value of your furnished property (guarantee of quality)
More attractive tax treatment for owners who have opted for the Micro BIC tax system (flat-rate deduction of 71% instead of 50% for unclassified properties)
-Possibility of accepting holiday vouchers
-Simplified calculation of tourist tax: tourist tax is collected on the basis of a fixed rate
-Customer reassurance: customers can be sure that their stay will be in a controlled rental property
The classification of furnished tourist accommodation is voluntary. It comprises 5 categories ranging from 1 to 5 stars and is valid for 5 years, at the end of which time the owner must apply for a new classification if he wants his accommodation to continue to be classified.
Furnished accommodation with a living area for one or two people must have a minimum surface area of 9 m² when the kitchen is separate, or at least 12 m² when there is a kitchenette.
This does not include the surface area of the WC and bathroom, which must therefore be deducted.
The ranking table contains 133 criteria divided into 3 main sections: facilities, customer services, accessibility and sustainable development.
The ranking is based on a points system. Some criteria are compulsory and others are optional.
Find out which category you would like to be classified in by reading the classification table.
Download the classification criteria table by clicking HERE
The fee for an inspection visit, expressed in euros and including VAT, is €25 per bed.
This fee includes: information, preparation for the inspection, the inspection, and the production of hard copy and digital inspection reports. Travel costs are included in the inspection fee, as are postage costs.
For further information and to receive the necessary documents, contact the SIVAV.
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