Accommodation and Travel Stats
Örkelljunga: Tourism in a nutshell
2,600 registered bed nights (September)
In September 2019, 2,600 bed nights were recorded in Örkelljunga (-18.2 %), of which 1,800 nights were spent by domestic visitors and 790 nights by foreigners. Domestic bed nights decreased 25 percent and foreign bed nights increased one percent. In total, bed nights decreased 18 percent from last year's September.
790 rooms (+540.0 %) were booked by leisure visitors and 89 rooms (+6.8 %) by business visitors.
Registered bed nights statistics include stats for registered accommodations: hotels, holiday villages, youth hostels, campsites, and commercially arranged rentals in private cottages and apartments. Establishments with fewer than 9 beds or 5 rooms are excluded.
Registered bed nights
Bed nights by country of arrival
1,100 tourists arrived to accommodation (September)
Arrivals to registered accommodation decreased 20 percent compared to earlier year. Of all arrivals, 73.0 percent were domestic, and 27.0 percent were from foreign countries.
During September, domestic visitors stayed in registered accommodation in Örkelljunga on average 2.2 nights (+0.13) and foreigners 2.6 nights (-0.58).
Ferry arrivals from different harbors
International = International cruise ships
Accommodation sales 702,000 SEK (September)
Registered accommodation sales in September were 702,000 SEK (-164,000).
|Adr (Registered)||800 SEK||-80.9 %||SEK|
|Bed Night (Registered)||270 SEK||-0.9 %||SEK|
|Revpar (Registered)||230 SEK||-89.3 %||SEK|
Registered accommodation sales
Average registered room price (ADR)
Capacity & Utilization
4.0 accommodation establishments (+0)
Registered room utilization for establishments
Website's user sessions by language
Global Google searches for "örkelljunga"
Global Google searches for "örkelljunga + keyword"
Google searches for "örkelljunga" by search region
The occurrence of hashtags on Instagram
Hotel customer satisfaction by nationalities
Sources: Statistics Sweden, Swedish Meteorological And Hydrological Institute