Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Brussels

Unlike accommodation alternatives, such as standard hotel rooms, serviced apartments in Brussels allow guests to enjoy their work without hassle and from the comfort of their own ‘home away from home’. We have plenty of luxury apartments and aparthotels in Brussels city centre and the outer areas to choose from, meaning corporates need not contemplate too much about finding accommodation that requires a short work commute.
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About Brussels

Overview

Serviced apartments in Brussels offer visitors to the Belgian capital to conveniently and independently live and do business in one of the most culturally diverse and economically powerful cities in Europe.


About Brussels

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Brussels?

It is not always easy to find and book accommodation that you know is the perfect choice for you and your business travel arrangements. However, unlike the standard B&Bs and city hotel rooms that corporates sometimes settle for, serviced apartments in Brussels go above and beyond expectations.

The range of high-quality, business-class aparthotels in Brussels are designed, equipped and located with the interest of corporate guests in mind. Situ’s selection are not only located both within the city and on the outskirts, meaning visitors have plenty of places to choose from of which they want to stay, but also come with fully-equipped kitchens, spacious work, bedroom and living areas, free WiFi, laundry facilities and a housekeeping service.

These are just the guarantees too as corporates can afford to be picky over whether they may want Smart TVs, en-suite bathrooms, ample parking spaces, on-site gyms or restaurants, a garden or even a balcony. All in all, with Situ luxury, furnished apartments in Brussels corporate guests can be sure of a stay that is both comfortable and convenient.

Where is Brussels?

As the country’s capital, Brussels is right at the heart of Belgium within the Brussels-Capital region which is made up of 19 different municipalities. However, despite perhaps being the most recognised city in Belgium, Brussels is certainly neither the largest nor most populated city in the country.

Whilst the Brussels region may be populated, but the actual city population equates to just over 180,000 people which is considerably less then Liege, Charleroi, Ghent and Antwerp, with the latter being just under three times as populated! Brussels is no bigger than 70 square miles either. Ghent and Antwerp are both just under an hour drive away from Brussels to the northwest and north respectively.

Nevertheless, Brussels is still easily the most visited city, with four million overseas travellers visiting every year, on average. This is facilitated by the fact that Brussels has, not only, the three busiest train stations in Belgium, but also the country’s main international airport. Brussels South, North and Central stations all each support the travel of over 50,000 passengers to and from the city every day whilst Brussels Airport, which has flight connections to hundreds of destinations across the globe sees over 25 million travellers pass through its doors every year.

Ultimately, the transport infrastructure and resources are at their highest quality in the capital and this enables constant, reliable travel to and from the heart of Belgium and the long or short term rentals in Brussels.

Living in Brussels as an Expat

There are around 50,000 business based in Brussels and 5% of them are foreign-owed. What’s interesting is that a sizeable 60% of those foreign-owned businesses actually have their headquarters in the capital and arguably one of the most important financial centre globally.

Ultimately, being the home of the headquarters of the European Union and NATO, Brussels has all the credentials of a location that is suited for business success. The Belgian capital also benefits from being centrally located in Europe, made more ideal by the fact that the transport infrastructure is so well connected internally and with the rest of the continent.

It does not end there either. Expats and corporates thinking of relocating will be encouraged by the fact that the Brussels’ Gross Domestic Product per capita is actually superior when compared to the rest of the country, that the region accounts for almost 10% of all exports from Belgium and that workers in the city, on average, receive the second-highest salaries in Europe. Finding places to start-up businesses or make extensions needs not to be complicated either with their being over 25 industrial zones and ample office space in and around Brussels to be taken advantage of.

The quality of life and living costs in the city has continued to rank impressively for the last decade too which only makes business people think even more about the prospect of relocating and living in corporate Brussels accommodation. Millions of business expats make the trip to Brussels every year solely to attend one of the 1,000 conferences that are held in the city each year, making the capital one of the top five most popular conference cities in Europe.

What to do in Brussels

Brussels may be small compared to its European counterparts, but what the city lacks in size it makes up for in cultural distinctiveness and global recognition with regards to its popular attractions. You would be reading all day if we were to describe every single amazing sight to see or visit in the capital. Therefore, it’s best visitors book stays in extended-stay luxury apartments in Brussels to see it for themselves.

One of the most noticeable distinctive traits that Brussels has is its architectural beauty. Everywhere you go in the city centre each significant building looks to have been crafted beautifully and collectively they make Brussels feel completely unique to anywhere else in Europe.

This is most evident at the Grand Place in the city centre. It acts as the central square and main marketplace in Brussels, but the main attractions are the magnificence guildhalls that tower over the area. They truly are something to behold and are well worth visiting if you get the chance. Just outside of the Grand Place too is the stunning Notre Dame Du Sablon, a fourteenth-century gothic Brussels cathedral.

One of the most visited Belgian attractions is the Parc du Cinquantenaire. Equally impressive in terms of its architecture, this huge park is incredibly popular amongst tourists as a spot to relax, socialise, grab something to eat and drink or just enjoy the outdoors. There is a historic background to the park as well, with the fantastic structures being built back when Leopold II was King of Belgium in the late nineteenth century. It’s for this reason that there are many museums here including the Royal Museum of Armed Forces, the Art and History Museum and Autoworld.

We have only touched on the surface when it comes to showcasing all the places to see in Brussels. As well as a convincing business climate, the city is also full of character, all from the comfort of Situ’s corporate Brussels apartments.

Transport

Brussels International Airport (BRU)

Amongst the top 25 busiest airports in Europe, Brussels International Airport is unsurprisingly a focal point of travel into both the capital and Belgium as a whole. The airport is just under 15 kilometres northeast of the city centre in a municipality called Zaventem.

Brussels Zaventem is easily the busiest and largest in the capital, but there is also Brussels South Charleroi, another international airport which is over 60 kilometres south of the city centre. Travel to the city centre and serviced apartments in Brussels from both of these airports is easily doable via taxi, shuttle bus, train or just by car.

Brussels Train Stations

Brussels South, Central and North train stations are not only the busiest in the city, but they are also the busiest in Belgium. Each are on the same line but Brussels South (Midi) supports the most passengers with the high-speed trains also running through this station.

It is from these stations that travellers are best off getting trains to that cross Belgium’s borders. This is due to the fact that they are so central in the country and have far more connections then the stations based in other Belgian major cities. For more information regarding train journeys, schedules and tickets, visit the SNCB official website.

Public Transport in Belgium

Making up a huge remainder of the transport network in Brussels are the metro, tram and bus networks. There’s the metro, which is made up of four overground lines and three underground lines and functions as the only rapid transit system in the country; there are the trams that cover nearly 90 miles across 17 lines, making it one of Europe’s largest networks; and then there is the bus network which essentially works alongside the expansive railway network over 50 different routes throughout the city.

Each of these public transport options is handy for day-trips or short journeys, and are easy to buy either online or on the day. The great range of short stay apartments in Brussels we have on offer means that you can base yourself within walking distance of a transport service that can get you where you need to be for work.

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