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Overnight stays by type of amenity

Last update 2019-04-04
Explanation

The surveyed stock comprises all hotels, motels, boarding houses, youth hostels and course and conference centres with at least 5 rooms or 9 beds, and holiday villages with at least 5 cabins or 20 beds. All STF-affiliated youth hostels are included, regardless of size. Only facilities letting on a commercial basis are included. The population also comprises campgrounds.

Facilities temporarily used for other operations – as refugee reception centres for example – are not included in the occupancy rates, but are included in the total capacity.

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Nights spent in hotels, holiday villages, youth hostels, campsites and SoL in 2018

             

Region

Hotels

Holiday villages

Youth hostels

Camp-sites

SoL*

Total

Skåne County

4 258

119

352

1 319

181

6 228

Sweden

37 918

3 376

3 501

16 062

4 322

65 179

             

Proportion of nights spent in hotels, holiday villages, youth hostels, campsites and SoL in 2017

             

Region

Hotels

Holiday villages

Youth hostels

Camp-sites

SoL*

Total

Skåne County

68,4

1,9

5,6

21,2

2,9

100

Sweden

58,2

5,2

5,4

24,6

6,6

100

Source: Statistics Sweden and Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth

*) SoL – commercially arranged rentals in private cottages and apartments

             

 

Nights spent in hotels, holiday villages, youth hostels, campsites and SoL in 1990-2018

             

Nights spent in Skåne County, in thousands

Year

Hotels

Holiday villages

Youth hostels

Camp-sites

SoL*

Total

1990

1 513

..

..

1 662

 

3 175

1991

1 388

..

..

1 118

 

2 506

1992

1 394

..

..

1 386

 

2 780

1993

1 383

..

..

1 288

 

2 671

1994

1 585

217

107

1 325

 

3 234

1995

1 768

210

110

1 637

 

3 725

1996

1 820

227

123

1 388

 

3 558

1997

1 848

203