Stay in stylish and classy Aix-en-Provence, where innovation goes hand in hand with tradition.
A business trip to Aix-en-Provence is a great opportunity to work. Stay in one of our first-class serviced apartments in Aix-en-Provence and enjoy a new level of comfort. All our apartments are conveniently located for public transport and the main points of interest for business visitors.
Our short-term lets come fully equipped for remote working. They include a high-speed internet connection with dedicated working area. All our accommodation in Aix-en-Provence is self-catering, which makes for great flexibility. Check out our aparthotel in Aix-en-Provence, where guests can use other facilities such as meeting areas and private parking.
Aix-en-Provence is in the southeast of France. It's an ideal starting point for exploring Provence and the beautiful Côte d’Azur. The city lies in the centre of a motorway network between Marseille, Nice, and Avignon.
Cannes and Nice are only 150 kilometres away to the east using the A8. Follow the A51 to Marseille for 30 kilometres, and the A7 to Avignon for 90 kilometres. Transport links to major cities and airports are excellent. French is spoken across Aix-en-Provence, and the euro is the official currency.
Aix-en-Provence is part of the dynamic and prosperous metropolitan area, Aix-Marseille-Provence. This is one of the most attractive regions for business opportunities and for an optimal work-life balance. The area is also home to the offices of prominent national companies and international heavyweights.
A large share of business and revenue is generated at three large business parks, Milles, Eiffel, and Lenfant. These business parks house various enterprises in a variety of sectors, such as cosmetics and transport, food processing, and aviation.
The Arbois-Mediterranean Environmental Technopole is another prosperous hub for businesses and has a significant impact on the business climate in the region. It's the first French techno-park dedicated to environmental issues and technology. The park accommodates over a hundred businesses and a dozen research laboratories and employs highly qualified specialists in the field.
Aix-en-Provence is proud of its highly qualified labour pool. The city is home to a major business school which allows for the recruiting of well-qualified specialists. The city also hosts the high-ranking Aix-Marseille University Centre for Research and Management, which has gained international acclaim.
Our serviced apartments in Aix-en-Provence are conveniently located for all your work-related activities.
The city of Aix-en-Provence is chic and charming. It's set in glorious countryside with rolling lavender hills lined with cypress trees, the source of inspiration for centuries of French artists.
Aix-en-Provence has a rich cultural life. There are festivals, art exhibitions, street festivals, sports events, and university conferences. There will always be something going on either 'centre ville' or in the wider area.
Historic places include the Cathédrale Saint Sauveur, a cathedral with superb vaulting and artwork that dates back to at least the twelfth century. Or visit the Musée du Viel Aix, a museum inside a seventeenth-century mansion dedicated to the arts and the history of Aix.
If you want to explore further afield, there are two lovely villages nearby, Saint Cannat and Bouc Bel Air. The wine estate and art centre, Château la Coste, is also a great place to spend the day.
Life in Aix-en-Provence tends to be slow-paced, which is typical for the sunny south of France. The locals savour the moment and enjoy the countryside and warm company. Outdoor markets are reputable sources of the best fresh ingredients, local meats and cheeses, and supreme quality wines.
French is spoken in most establishments, but many customer service agents and friendly locals will be happy to practice their English skills with you.
Whatever you choose to do here, you can be sure that staying in one of Situ's serviced apartments in Aix-en-Provence will allow you a stress-free stay.
Marseille Provence International Airport is the most convenient airport. It's 25 minutes away from Aix-en-Provence by car and operates regular flights to major European capitals. Paris is one hour away. Terminal 2 of the airport serves mainly low-cost flights to European destinations.
Regular shuttles will take you from the airport to Aix-en-Provence.
TGV trains connect Aix-en-Provence with Paris, the Mediterranean coast, and other European cities. Trains depart from the TGV station, 15 kilometres from the city centre. Shuttle buses connect Aix-en-Provence to the TGV station and depart from the city centre, Course Mirabeau.
Coaches run from the railway station and are an excellent way to get out of the city and explore Greater Aix, while buses are convenient and reliable. Every ticket is valid for 60 minutes and allows unlimited travel and free changes.
The local mini-bus service is called the Diablines. These are small electric mini-buses for up to 8 passengers, and run around city centre routes. These Diablines can be hailed in the street like a taxi and can drop you off anywhere along the route. The tickets need to be bought from the driver.