Accommodation and Travel Stats
Södermanland County: Tourism in a nutshell
Registered accommodation. All changes are relative to the same period a year ago.
Registered bed nights increased 51 percent
In April 2021, 42,000 registered bed nights were recorded in Södermanland County (+51.1 %), of which 39,600 nights were spent by domestic visitors and 2,400 nights by foreigners. Registered domestic bed nights increased 54 percent and registered foreign bed nights increased 18 percent. In total, registered bed nights increased 51 percent from last year's April.
Between January and April, 115,000 registered bed nights (-25.6 %) were recorded for domestic visitors and 13,500 (-18.9 %) for foreigners in Södermanland County, in total 128,000 (-24.9 %) registered nights.
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
Registered bed nights by country of arrival
Visitor days by region
Visitor days by city
Visitor days by postal code
Visitor nights by region
Ferry arrivals from different harbors
International = International cruise ships
Accommodation sales 16.9 million SEK
Registered accommodation sales in April were 16.9 million SEK (+9.1 million).
Registered January-April sales were 55.4 million SEK and they decreased 15.5 million euro from the previous year.
|Adr (Registered)||820 SEK||17.9 %||800 SEK||1.4 %|
|Bed Night (Registered)||400 SEK||43.1 %||430 SEK||4.0 %|
|Revpar (Registered)||210 SEK||104.5 %||179 SEK||-20.1 %|
Registered accommodation sales
Non-registered accommodation sales
Average registered room price (ADR)
Capacity & Utilization
91 accommodation establishments (+0)
2,600 rooms (+240)
6,300 beds (+530)
Room utilization 25.6 % (+11)
Unsold rooms 1,900
Bed utilization 17.2 % (+7.9)
Registered room utilization for establishments
Accommodation customer satisfaction by nationalities
Sources: Statistics Sweden, Tillväxtverket