Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Bratislava

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Bratislava has been chosen especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Bratislava accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Bratislava are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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About Bratislava

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Bratislava?

Productive business travel requires comfortable accommodation and convenient transport connections. Situ’s serviced apartments in Bratislava offer a balanced combination of office-like convenience and a homely atmosphere.

Our properties are specially designed for the corporate traveller. Apartments are conveniently located for airports and public transport and are comfortably furnished. Business travellers can also search for an aparthotel in Bratislava. These usually offer business meeting rooms, a reception, and often a gym.

We provide a designated working area with a large desk and plenty of room, while the internet connection is fast and suitable for remote working. The spacious living and dining areas rival the offering of luxury apartments in Bratislava. Guests in our properties also appreciate the fully-equipped kitchens and high-quality laundry facilities.

Choose one of Situ’s serviced apartments in Bratislava and make the most of your business trip.

Where is Bratislava?

Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia. The city lies in central Europe between Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Ukraine. Bratislava benefits from a strategic location at the crossroads of central Europe and is within easy reach of most European capitals. The Austrian border is only five kilometres from the city centre. Wien, the capital of Austria, is only 80 kilometres away to the west via the A6 motorway. Follow the M15 for 200 kilometres to get to Budapest in Hungary. The Czech city of Brno is 130 kilometres to the north.

The national language is Slovak. Czech, Hungarian, German, English, and Russian are also widely spoken in Bratislava.

The official currency is the euro. Most supermarkets, shopping centres, and petrol stations accept card payments. Small grocery stores and some downtown restaurants tend to accept cash only. Exchange your foreign cash at the airport on arrival or use one of the currency exchange points in the city.

Business Opportunities in Bratislava

Slovakia has been experiencing steady economic growth over the past few years, and further development is predicted. Slovakia ranks very highly in terms of living standards in Eastern Europe.

The main sources of revenue in Bratislava are the service sector and tourism, as well as the manufacturing of household chemicals, electronics, and cars. The automotive industry accounts for almost half of all industrial output. The Volkswagen, Kia, Peugeot, and Jaguar Land Rover factories are located here.

Bratislava boasts an excellent business climate and great investment opportunities. The state offers various tax incentives to entrepreneurs, while the supreme location of the city turns it into a thriving logistics hub. No wonder Bratislava is home to 107 companies from the Inc. list. 5000 Europe, which is a list of the fastest-growing privately held companies in Europe. This ranking is only slightly behind Stockholm and London.

Another essential feature of doing business in Bratislava is its relatively low labour costs compared to other European countries. Average wages tend to be lower than in the neighbouring Czech Republic or Germany.

Investing in real estate in Bratislava is very promising both for rental and as a long-term investment. Rental projects pay off over a period of about six years and the amount of red tape is minimal. 

Bratislava start-ups target the international market from the start as the internal market is very small. The location of the country favours international connections. Although the official language here is Slovak, small businesses increasingly use English.

The share of venture capital invested in Bratislava start-ups has increased dramatically over the past few years. Capital has been boosted by funds such as Neulogy Ventures, Braun Holding, and Limerock.

In Slovakia, young companies also have good access to seed investment and business angels. The capital city provides a wealth of resources to new entrepreneurs, including business accelerators such as Clusterhaus, Connect, and Impact Hub.

Start-ups across the country fund and support initiatives to fight corruption and digitize public services. They also help to create educational establishments and retraining opportunities to attract Slovaks from abroad.

Bratislava is a great destination for business and an ideal opportunity for relocation. Browse Situ’s selection of expat apartments in Bratislava and find your perfect first home while you settle in and look for more long-term accommodation.

Things To Do in Bratislava

Bratislava attracts numerous visitors and relocated professionals. It’s the country's wealthiest region, and the city has become a thriving tourist destination and a bustling centre of culture and entertainment.

The best part of life in Bratislava is its great outdoors. Try the accessible ski slopes, take in the breathtaking peaks, and wander in the natural parks. The many chalets and castles in the countryside also make for great day trips.

More than 40% of the territory of Slovakia is covered in forests. The Tatra Mountains offer breathtaking sights of deep valleys and rocky peaks, lush forests, and alpine lakes. Just half an hour away from the city centre and you are amidst some of the most delightful scenery in Europe.

Go hiking in the Tatra Mountains or kayaking along the Danube. From here, you can explore the ancient heart of Europe, and visit Vienna, Prague, or Budapest for a weekend at a very moderate cost.

Bratislava is not a large city but is very visitor-friendly. As a result, the expat community is growing constantly. The city is compact and easy to drive across in around 40 minutes. There may be traffic at peak hours due to daytime commuters.

The pace of life in Bratislava is relaxed but has plenty of entertainment. These include music festivals, exhibitions, and sporting events. Bratislava provides all the advantages of big-city life, such as quality educational establishments, good language schools, interesting shopping, and a variety of leisure activities.

Every year, the Bratislava Music Festival brings together music fans from Europe. The Junifest Beer Festival is the younger brother of Bavarian Oktoberfest and is perfect for beer tasting, glorious food, and socialising.

Living costs in Bratislava are relatively low and the main expense is rental accommodation. Finding accommodation in the city centre may be tricky due to the limited supply. However, together with transport and grocery bills, living in Bratislava is cheaper than in most European capitals.

Whether you are travelling for business, or are a relocated professional, choosing a serviced apartment in Bratislava will allow you the privacy, flexibility, and space you need to make the most of your time here.


By Air

Bratislava Airport M.R. Štefánika is a small airport thirteen kilometres to the northeast of the city centre. The airport serves two million passengers a year.

Many national and low-cost airlines operate regular flights to European destinations such as Vienna, Budapest, and the Czech city of Brno. An ambitious project to join Bratislava airport to Vienna Schwechat airport is planned, with a high-speed railway between them.

Use public transport to get from Bratislava Airport to the city centre. Two daytime bus lines (61 and 96) and a night bus (line 61) connect the airport to central Bratislava. A single fare ticket is valid for 60 minutes. If you have luggage you will need to buy an additional ticket which is valid for 180 minutes. Buy your tickets from ticket machines in the arrivals area or onboard the bus.

By Rail

The central railway station of Bratislava is a crucial transport hub. The railway network is well-developed in Slovakia and train connections between Bratislava and Prague, Budapest, and Berlin are convenient. Train tickets can be purchased at the ticket office on the day or online in advance via the official website of Slovak Railways.

By Bus

The public transport system in Bratislava includes trams, buses, and trolleybuses. Fares vary between travel times and fare zones, but most visitors only need the two central zones. You can buy tickets for as little as fifteen minutes and for up to three or seven days.

Validate the ticket immediately as you board, otherwise the ticket is considered invalid. Tickets can be purchased from vending machines at public transport stops, newsstands, and corner shops. There are ticket machines in popular tourist places and at the airport. Most machines accept cards, some still use coins. Ticket machines on board buses accept card payments only.

Mlinske Niva coach station is located near the centre. Regular coaches depart from Bratislava to major European cities such as Prague, Budapest, Berlin, Vienna, and Venice. The largest bus companies operating on these routes are RegioJet and Flixbus.

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