Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Estonia

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

Our serviced apartments in Estonia are ideal for business travel and as a first accommodation for relocated professionals. Our properties come furnished with all modern amenities, including a fully-equipped kitchen. All apartments are suitable for remote working, with a comfortable desk and enough storage space for modern gadgets. High-speed internet comes as standard, and the space on offer rivals that of luxury accommodation in Estonia.

Browse Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Estonia and enjoy the comfort of a home-away-from-home. Contact our friendly Situ team to make a booking or discuss any special requirements you may have.

Where is Estonia?

This small Baltic country lies in northern Europe on the east coast of the Baltic Sea. Estonia is a member of the EU and the Schengen area and uses the euro. The neighbouring countries are Latvia in the south, and the Russian Federation in the east. Across the Gulf of Finland in the north lies Finland and its capital city Helsinki. 

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia. It is relatively small compared to other European capitals, with a population of 430,000 people. The vast majority of Estonians live in cities, with 30% of the country’s population living in the capital.

The capital city has direct sea connections across the Baltic sea with Helsinki and Stockholm. The territory of Estonia is compact and easy to cross by car using one of the major motorways. Motorway 1 will take you from Tallinn to the east and to the Russian Federation. Follow Motorways 2 or 4 southeast to Latvia. Take Motorway 8 to the west to travel to the sea coast. 

The national language is Estonian, and it is spoken by the ethnic majority in the country. There is a large group of Russian speakers in Estonia, and the majority of the younger population speaks good English. Knowledge of Estonian is a must for most jobs in the national market. 

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Estonia is considered one of the most stable countries in the EU. Despite Estonia’s small territory, its economy shows significant results and stable growth. In terms of economic freedoms, the country ranks among the best. 

Most GDP is generated by income from the service sector, around 68%. Industry accounts for less than 29%, while agriculture accounts for less than 3%. The main industries in the country are the energy and chemical industries, mechanical engineering, fuel companies, pulp and paper production assets, and the wood processing industry.

The most profitable industries for attracting foreign investment are considered to be transport and logistics, computer technology, mechanical engineering, and wood and pulp processing. 

Today, Estonia is a leader in high technology and telecommunications. The country is the first to offer free wi-fi everywhere. The fast progress in the IT sector in Estonia is explained by excellent education for IT specialists, advanced e-government, and because the country attracts large deals in the technology sector.

Fifteen per cent of the country's GDP comes from IT and communications. Estonia is the home of Skype and Kazaa, Wise, AdCash, and Bolt. The country has the highest ratio in the world in terms of start-ups per capita. Microsoft, Oracle, and Ericsson have all chosen Estonia for their offices. 

Estonia has created several technology hubs and incubators where business angels search for fresh ideas and companies to invest in. Transactions of millions of dollars are frequent in Estonia, and the growth continues. There are two major contributing factors here: progressive corporate legislation, and an e-residency status which is easy to obtain.

Explore all that the country has to offer in terms of business from one of Situ’s serviced apartments in Estonia, and enjoy a productive and stress-free trip.

Things to Do in Estonia

Estonia is a delightful destination for living and working as it has plenty of stunning architecture, historic castles and cathedrals, and beautiful countryside.

Estonia regularly ranks at the top of international surveys for quality of life. Estonia is at the top in terms of freedom of speech on the Internet. It’s the sixth in Europe in the field of economic freedom and is ranked twenty-fifth in the world in terms of quality of life. In addition, Estonia leads in macroeconomic stability. Living costs in Estonia are average by EU standards: rental prices vary enough to offer options for any budget. 

The capital city of Tallinn is among the most beautiful cities of Eastern Europe. It was named the best travel destination in the world in 2018 thanks to its affordable accommodation and the magnificent panorama of the Baltic Sea and the Old Town. Tallinn is among the top destinations for business conferences and corporate events due to the availability of targeted infrastructure and reasonable pricing. 

Estonia is among the countries with the cleanest air in the world, alongside Finland and Iceland. More than half of Estonia is covered with forest, which makes it one of the greenest countries in the world. Natural reserves cover one-fifth of the entire territory.

Estonia boasts a mild climate and a variety of scenery. The weather is rarely freezing cold and never too hot. The coastal town of Parnu boasts sandy beaches and sunny summers. This small resort town offers a vibrant atmosphere in summer and a chilled-out vibe in winter.

Tartu is the most popular student town in Estonia, with a vibrant nightlife and a very noticeable cosmopolitan feel. The town of Kuressaare is the top destination for spa travel and luxury treatments.

Whatever you choose to do in this amazing country, staying in self-catering accommodation in Estonia will help you make the most of your business trip.





By Air

The principal gateway to Estonia is Tallinn International Airport Lennart Meri. The airport is only four kilometres away from the city centre and offers excellent transport links. There are regular flights to neighbouring Stockholm and Oslo. Helsinki is just 20 minutes away by plane. National airlines and low-cost operators offer regular connections to major European destinations.

By Rail

Estonia has excellent railway connections to Latvia and the Russian Federation, and a cross-country railway to western Europe is underway. Trains in Estonia are comfortable and modern, offering free wi-fi, even on local trips. Train travel is also fast and very reasonably priced for the quality of service provided.

By Bus

City transport in Estonian cities includes buses, trolleybuses, and streetcars. Public transport operates between 5am and midnight and tends to be punctual and reliable. The best way to pay for your travel is to use a public transport card. The contactless pre-paid ‘Uhiskaart’ allows you to pay an accurate travel fare every time. Load pre-paid tickets on the card and use Tallinn’s Park and Ride scheme.

Regular coach routes connect Estonia with central and western Europe and other Baltic states. Use the Eurolines or Ecolines websites for detailed information about routes and prices.

By Ferry

There are regular ferry connections between Tallinn and neighbouring Helsinki and Stockholm. Helsinki is only two-and-a-half hours away, while a trip to Stockholm will take around twelve hours overnight.

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