Forenom to open aparthotel at Stockholm’s Arlanda airport

George Sell By George Sell
1 week ago | Updated 1 week ago

Sweden: Nordic serviced apartment company Forenom is set to open a new aparthotel at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm.

The aparthotel will consist of 120 rooms, inspired by Nordic design and living, and will be developed in collaboration with Swedish Airport Infrastructure AB (SAIAB). Forenom believes that the flexible extended stay option will provide an affordable accommodation solution for business travellers and businesses constructing and operating in the surrounding area.

"Forenom Aparthotel Arlanda will offer multiple accommodation options from high-quality two-bedroom apartments to design hostel rooms. We believe that the Nordic living experience, including e.g. a fully equipped kitchen in the room will interest both extended stay guests as well as business travellers," said Mats-Erik Lidström, CEO of Forenom Sweden.

The Arlanda area is developing into an "Airport City" with upcoming new office buildings, hotels and a potential new congress centre. Swedavia estimates that the number of workers in the area will increase from today's 18,000 to 50,000 in the next 30 years. In addition, 30 per cent of Stockholm-Arlanda Airport's 21.1 million international and 5.5 million domestic passengers were travelling for business in 2017.

"A flexible combination of long- and short-term accommodation is totally new for the market. We believe that it supports the airports development as well as offers a professional accommodation solution for the entire north region of Stockholm," said SAIAB asset manager Jacob Jensen.

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