Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Edinburgh

Our range of luxury serviced apartments in Edinburgh are the perfect accommodation option for corporate travellers. Each comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed and a home-away-from-home feel whilst you're away from yours. Our short term lets in Edinburgh are located close to the city centre too, and you can choose a property that’s close to where you’ll need to be working.
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The historic Scottish city of Edinburgh has an impressive castle, a vibrant nightlife and a renowned arts scene. It also happens to be the UK’s most important financial centre outside of London, and thus serviced apartments in Edinburgh are in abundance.

About Edinburgh

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Edinburgh?

There are many compelling reasons to book serviced accommodation in Edinburgh city centre instead of traditional hotel rooms. Whether you’re planning a business trip, a pleasure outing or a little bit of both, the Scottish capital has plenty to offer and choosing from Situ’s extensive list of high-quality luxury accommodation in Edinburgh allows you to benefit from a greater level of comfort than is found in regular hotel rooms. 

We have a selection of long and short term lets in Edinburgh which we have chosen based on high standards of quality and service. Each property makes guests feel like they are staying in their own ‘home- away-from-home’. This is thanks to the amazing range of services and facilities which are included in stays. Contact Situ today to learn more about how we can make your next corporate stay in Edinburgh as comfortable as possible with Edinburgh accommodation that is right for you!

Where is Edinburgh?

Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital, based in the south-east of the country. The population currently sits at around 530,000. Fifty miles to the west is Glasgow, Scotland’s most populous city.

Edinburgh has Scotland’s busiest airport making the city the main hub for overseas travel. Domestically, Edinburgh is accessible by road from the M8 and M9 to the west and the M90 from the north.

Within the city itself, it is easy to travel around by bus. However, Edinburgh is best explored on foot. There are amazing views, hidden courtyards, and secret gardens to be discovered almost everywhere you look. You can opt to have all of this and more right on your doorstep when you choose to stay in high-quality aparthotels in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Businesses

As one of the most visited cities in the UK, second only to London, it comes as no surprise that Edinburgh city apartments are in such high demand amongst business travellers.

One of the main reasons the city is so attractive is Edinburgh’s economic prowess. After all, the city is deemed as one of the biggest financial centres in the UK. Edinburgh businesses profit from this fact. The economy is supported by key industries and sectors such as finance, education, insurance and investment, whilst the Bank of Scotland has been economically vital for the city for over 300 years. Visit the Invest in Edinburgh and the City of Edinburgh Council websites to find out more about the ins-and-outs of working or doing business in Edinburgh.

Accommodation for business travel in Edinburgh is highly sought after, book with Situ to ensure you find high-quality housing in a convenient location.

Things to Do in Edinburgh

Shopping in Edinburgh is a fantastic experience that caters to all tastes, styles and budgets. Luxury brands, high street stores and beautiful boutiques, New Town has it all. Princes Street is home to many chain shops, while George Street has numerous Edinburgh pubs and modern bars. Many occupy former banking halls, close to multiple short term rentals in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh has five Michelin starred restaurants too, a vibrant nightlife and a varied and accessible arts scene. For instance, you could head to The Elephant Café, which is where J.K. Rowling wrote some of the first Harry Potter book, The Philosopher’s Stone. Or, you could book stays in time for the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Some of the more iconic historic structures in the city are the Edinburgh Cathedrals, notably St Giles’ and St Mary’s, built in the twelfth and nineteenth centuries, respectively.

Equally iconic is the Edinburgh castle. It contains the oldest building in the city, the St. Margaret’s Chapel, thought to date back to at least 1130. Dominating the city skyline, the castle is a landmark, visited by over 1.5 million people every year.

Even if you're staying in Edinburgh short stay apartments, make time to see any of these historic attractions as they are sights to behold. Ideally, all of these sites and many more places to visit in Edinburgh are just a minute's walk from Situ's self-catering apartments in Edinburgh.

Situ have sourced the highest quality business apartments in Edinburgh and corporate accommodation in Edinburgh. To ensure your stay is comfortable, in a sought-after location, and consistently supported by first-class customer service, book with Situ.


Edinburgh Airport (EDI)

Handling the travel of over fourteen million on average every year, Edinburgh International Airport is undoubtedly Scotland’s busiest airport. The airport is ideal for the corporate traveller too. It is no more than ten miles west of the Edinburgh city centre and perfect for travel out of Scotland.

Long term serviced, luxury apartments in Edinburgh city centre are the popular accommodation choice for overseas corporates. They enable guests to stay in the heart of Edinburgh and a reasonable commute away from a range of available flights.

Edinburgh Train Station

Across the whole of Edinburgh, there are only twelve trains stations. The main station in the city is Edinburgh Waverley train station. It is also the second biggest in Scotland and represents the northern terminus of the East Coast Railway Line.

Other train stations in the city include; Haymarket, Brunstane, Slateford, Kingsknowe, Edinburgh Gateway and Edinburgh Park. Edinburgh Park is particularly popular for corporate travellers. It is based just down the road from the West Edinburgh Business park.

Edinburgh Bus and Tram Network

Buses and trams are very popular modes of transport in the city. The Edinburgh Bus station is the hub for the bus network, with the bus companies Lothian and First as the main operators. The tram network, which covers 16 stops across a 14 kilometres long line, is operated by the company Edinburgh Trams.

These networks make travelling across the city easy. Better yet, anyone can book stays in corporate housing in Edinburgh near bus and tram stops to suit their commutes and travel plans for work.

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Edinburgh Faqs

Q. What is a serviced apartment in Edinburgh?


Capable of hosting either longer or short-term corporate stays, serviced apartments are more like ‘home away from homes’. They are a type of fully furnished and facilitated housing that allows guests to live away from home whilst on business trips. They are flexible too, and allow visitors to have easy access to everything they need.

Q. What can I expect to find in serviced apartments in Edinburgh?


A corporate staying in a typical Edinburgh serviced apartment can expect to have a range of home-like facilities at their disposal. The minimum they should expect is a fully equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi and internet access, a TV, laundry facilities, available parking and a housekeeping service. However, serviced accommodation does offer more and we encourage bookers to request whatever they expect from their upcoming stay.

Q. How much does it cost per night to stay in a serviced apartment in the Scottish capital?


Prices start from as low as £42 per night at the Braid Apartments, which are just outside the city centre.

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