Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Hungary

Situ’s selection of luxury serviced apartments in Hungary has been chosen especially for corporate travellers. Guests in our Hungary apartments can enjoy the luxury of a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed and a home-away-from-home while they are away from theirs.
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Where is Hungary?

Hungary lies in central Europe and borders Austria and Slovenia in the west, Slovakia in the north, Romania in the east and Serbia and Croatia in the south. Budapest, Hungary's capital, is located along the Slovakian border and is well connected to Vienna, Bratislava, Zagreb, and Kosice by a network of modern motorways. Follow M1 to the west for Vienna and Bratislava.

M3 will take you to the east of Hungary and the Romanian border. M5 runs south to Serbia. Take M7 to go southwest for the main Hungarian resort on the shores of Balaton Lake.

The national currency in Hungary is forint, abbreviated as Ft. Be prepared to a large denomination of the notes and seemingly high exchange rates. Use currency exchange bureaus in a high street, there are usually several of them in the same street, so you can compare exchange rates.

Be aware that exchange rates can include commission. Some shops can accept payments in euros, but the exchange rate will not be favourable. The official language is Hungarian, and English is not widely spoken across the country.

Why choose serviced apartments in Hungary?

Business travel demands detailed planning, and appropriate accommodation may be key to the success of the visit. Stay in our business-class serviced apartments in Hungary and experience a brand new approach to short-term rental accommodation. 

We offer a wide range of serviced apartments in Budapest within minutes walk to the city center to give our clients a great location for stays in Budapest.

All our serviced apartments were specially designed for corporate customers and relocated professionals. Here, all your work-related needs will be covered. The comfortable working area is suitable for remote working and has plenty of room for all gadgets.

A fast and reliable free wifi comes as standard. A modern fully equipped kitchen with all the necessary and quality laundry services is provided for extra convenience, many of our apartments come with air conditioning for those hot summer days. We are proud to provide a unique combination of office-like functionality and a unique home-like atmosphere that no standard hotel room or B&B can offer. Turn to our professional team with your requests and book your ideal serviced apartment in Hungary.

Business opportunities in Hungary

Hungary belongs to the European countries with a medium developed economy and can be listed alongside Slovakia, Croatia and Poland. Hungary is known to have recovered from the latest crisis and the economy has bounced back to the pre-crisis state. The recent GDP growth rate proves the healthy economic climate of Hungary and is the second-highest in Europe after Malta.

The main sources of GDP in Hungary are heavy industry, financial services, and small and midsize enterprises including IT and R&D startups. Hungarian legislation is business-friendly and the amount of red tape is average for EU standards. Commercial real estate prices come at a range of prices for all budgets, be it to let or for sale.

The local talent pool offers highly qualified staff with European degrees and fluent English skills. Such multinational giants as Audi, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing, Bosch, Samsung and General Electrics chose Hungary for their factories and regional offices.

Most business activity in Hungary is concentrated in the automotive and logistics sectors and agriculture. Around 20% of Hungarian export is automotive industry and components by Audi, Suzuki and General Motors.

Automotive Hungary is the largest trade fair in central and eastern Europe that brings together Hungarian and international manufacturers of vehicles, their parts and machinery. The logistical potential of Hungary as a connection between central, eastern and southern Europe lies in the modernized motorway network that connects major European capitals.

Hungary has become the home base for many new and relocated businesses, especially in export-oriented sectors. Hungary offers relatively low taxes and a simplified taxation system, minimum red tape and flexible VAT. Hungary boasts of highly-qualified staff, many of whom have European degrees.

English is rarely essential for most jobs and employers can’t count on English being widely spoken for business purposes. Knowledge of basic Hungarian will be an advantage for a foreign candidate.

Living in Hungary

Hungary has a lot to offer as a relocation destination and for a brief tourist visit. The younger crowd appreciates its vibrant nightlife and hipster ambience. Families and professionals appreciate the life quality and the relaxed beat of the capital city Budapest.

Hungarian population is remarkably uniform, with over 90% being the title nation. At the same time, locals are hospitable to foreign visitors and the local expat crowd is very inclusive. Real estate prices vary across the country and are the highest in the centre of the capital, as most real estate there is listed buildings. Elsewhere, it is usually possible to find a property for any budget.

The climate in Hungary is very mild, with occasional heatwaves in summer, which explains the popularity of water sports on the Danube. Active recreation fans will enjoy hiking trails around the Balaton as well. Local food is delicious and fresh produce is sourced locally and freshwater is abundant and of good quality. Socializing outdoors is very common among the locals, and visitors gladly pick up on the habit, be ready to meet up in any traditional pubs and restaurants a lot.

Visiting Hungarian thermal baths are a popular tradition and an essential part of everyone’s routine. BE sure to take a spa day now and then and treat yourself to a massage and a sauna after a contrasting mineral water bath.

Hungarian cuisine is delicious but may seem a bit heavy. Try goulash, a think beef and vegetable stew, or go for traditional sweet or sour pancakes. European cuisine is well represented in many international restaurants, ranging from Italian to Georgian.


Airports in Hungary

Hungary has five international airports. The largest one is Ferenz List International airport in Budapest. It is the main hub for low-cost airlines WizzAir and RyanAir and serves over 14 million passengers per year. Choose this airport if you are visiting Budapest and the north.
The best way to get from the airport to the city is an express bus line 100. The ticket can be bought on board, at the airport and from a vending machine for 900 Ft. Remember to validate the ticket as you board.

Debrecen International airport suits those who want to visit the northeast, enjoy the thermal springs in Hajduszbozslo and explore the Hortobad national park. The airport is small and serves mostly seasonal charters and low-cost airlines.

By Train

Railways in Hungary are the best way to travel nationally, rather than for European travel. Tickets for national travel are remarkably cheap and trains are modern and comfortable. There is usually no need to buy tickets in advance, as there are frequent trains available to all destinations. So, use ticket offices at the stations. The only challenge for travellers is that all information and announcements are given in Hungarian, with only a little information repeated in English or German. Most ticket machines will have an English interface, though.

Regional trains HEV offer convenient connections between Budapest and its suburbs. The four lines do not overlap and do not offer interchange, serving altogether 80 stations.
Hungary boasts of an exotic rack railway line in Budapest that is used to go up the Szechenyi mountain. This railway is included in the capital city transport network, so a general ticket can be used here.

Buses and coaches

City transport in Hungary is very advanced and modern, bus and trolleybus services in most cities and towns are excellent. You can use the same ticket for all kinds of transport, including regional trains within the city limit and the Danube ferry line, but be aware that a single ticket does not include change.

The Hungarian underground in Budapest is known to be among the oldest in Europe. It consists of three lines that cross at one station in the city centre. Change here for other underground lines and overground transport. There usually is a train every five minutes.

A single ticket costs 350 Ft and is valid for 80 minutes. If you buy in onboard – be ready to pay 450 Ft. Otherwise, you can buy a set of ten tickets for 3000 Ft or a weekly or monthly pass. Remember to validate your ticket when you board. Buy tickets at ticket kiosks and vending machines in the streets, at bus stops and train and underground stations.

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