• Top spender: Icelanders at 147 € per night
• Thriftiest: Polish at 103 € per night
• Largest spending increase: Icelanders at +32%
• Largest spending decrease: Dutch at -1%
- 2016 saw a relatively sizeable gap between the highest and lowest paying nationalities looking for accommodation in Finland, with a difference of 44 Euros per night.
- In general, most nationalities on our list paid more to stay in the country in 2016 than in 2015, as travellers from 35 inbound countries experienced and increase in their average prices paid per night and only one saw a decrease
- Travellers from Iceland, Japan and the Czech Republic experienced the steepest price increases, with the Dutch the only ones to benefit from a price decrease.
- Visitors from Iceland paid the most per night on average in 2016, with the Chinese and Israelis making up the top three.
- Globetrotters from the USA, Asia and Europe completed the top 10, with the Brazilians representing the most generous Latin Americans farther down the table.
- At the other end of the scale, travellers from three European countries spent the least, with visitors from Poland, Estonia and the Czech Republic, in spite of the average price rise, managing to stretch their budget the furthest for a night’s stay in Finland.
The average price paid per night for a hotel room in Finland in 2016 compared with 2015 by visiting country/region