Greater Stockholm
Accommodation and Travel Stats

May 2022


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Greater Stockholm: Tourism in a nutshell

icon: star 850,000
130 %
icon: sweden 644,000
124 %
icon: foreign 206,000
154 %
icon: establishment 390
6 %
icon: room 38,600
21 %
icon: bed 79,600
20 %

Registered bed nights increased 130 percent (December 2021)

In December 2021, 850,000 registered bed nights were recorded in Greater Stockholm (+130.4 %), of which 644,000 nights were spent by domestic visitors and 206,000 nights by foreigners. Registered domestic bed nights increased 124 percent and registered foreign bed nights increased 154 percent. In total, registered bed nights increased 130 percent from last year's December.

Between January and December, 7.3 million registered bed nights (+36.3 %) were recorded for domestic visitors and 1.9 million (+25.1 %) for foreigners in Greater Stockholm, in total 9.2 million (+33.9 %) registered nights.

Registered bed nights

Registered bed nights by country of arrival

Visitor days

Visitor days by region

Visitor days by city

Visitor days by postal code

Visitor nights

Visitor nights by region

Ferry arrivals from different harbors

Average prices

= change at least 10 %
December 2021
Change jan-December 2021
Adr (Registered) 1,000 SEK 34.7 % 890 SEK 0.4 %
Revpar (Registered) 430 SEK 166.9 % 350 SEK 27.3 %

Registered accommodation sales

Non-registered accommodation sales

Average registered room price (ADR)

Capacity & Utilization (December 2021)

Registered Accommodation

390 accommodation establishments (+23)
38,600 rooms (+6,600)
79,600 beds (+13,000)

Room utilization 42.0 % (+21)
Unsold rooms 22,400
Bed utilization 33.6 % (+16)

Registered room utilization for establishments

Key indicators

Bed nights



Travel key indicators: the darker the square the larger the value.

Dark squares in the middle (vertically) mean the main season is in the summer. Dark squares on the top and the bottom mean the main season is in the winter. Gradually darkening squares from left to right signify growth over the years.

It is important to notice that the largest values (darkest squares) are not necessarily during the same months between different stats as this might reveal interesting details about travel and accommodation trends.



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Sources: Statistics Sweden

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