Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Luxembourg

Our corporate accommodation in Luxembourg has been picked specially to cater for business people visiting. Guests staying in serviced apartments in Luxembourg can enjoy the luxury of a fully equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed and a home-away-from-home while they are away from theirs. Our range of Luxembourg properties are based close to the city centre too, and you can even enter your address into our map to check travel times from your work location to your property.
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Unleash your potential in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. This central European country is known for its high per capita personal incomes, social stability, and personal security.

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Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Luxembourg?

We understand how important it is to have a smooth stay for a successful business trip, and Situ is proud to offer only the best self catering accommodation in Luxembourg to business visitors and expats alike. Stay with us in our Luxembourg accommodation and make the most of your business trip.

Our long term and short term accommodation in Luxembourg has been sourced with business visitors in mind. All modern facilities come as standard, including a fully-equipped kitchen. Serviced accommodation in Luxembourg comes with free high-speed internet connection by default and is suitable for remote working. At Situ, we pride ourselves on providing the best luxury serviced apartments in Luxembourg. So, feel free to turn to our helpful team with any individual requests or adjustments you may require to ensure your stay is the best it can be.

Our corporate housing in Luxembourg is the perfectly balanced solution for business visitors or newly relocated professionals. All your essential needs will be covered allowing you to concentrate on the task at hand. Browse our Luxembourg self catering accommodation, including aparthotels in Luxembourg, or contact our team for more information about the properties we have to offer.

Where is Luxembourg?

Luxembourg is the capital city of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, bordering France, Belgium, and Germany. It lies in the centre of an extensive network of well-built roads. Switzerland, France, Belgium, and Germany are only a short drive away. Follow the A1 heading northeast to reach German Trier; take the A3 south to French Metz and Nancy. The A7 will take you north to Belgian Liege, and the A6 runs west to Belgian Namur.

In Luxembourg, three languages are used: French and German alongside Luxembourgish. English is also widely spoken. Luxembourg is part of the Eurozone and the Schengen area, so euros are used for all payments.

Luxembourg Businesses

Luxembourg's steady growth and success were a result of a combination of factors, including the welcoming government, effective legislation, a burgeoning labour market, and an optimal work-life balance.

The internal market of Luxembourg includes over 600,000 residents. However, the Grand Duchy is in the most densely populated region of the EU with quick access to over 50 per cent of all the European purchasing power. The country's strategic location, as well as excellent infrastructure and logistics, makes it a thriving European hub with close commercial links to the EU markets.

Luxembourg's relatively low taxes for the EU, lower VAT, and ample benefits for investors make it an attractive destination for international companies. R&D companies are booming here thanks to efficient governmental support, available loans, and other financing tools.

Special preferences for private equity companies and investment funds attract a lot of foreign investment as well. Amazon, Microsoft, Oracle, Apple, and PayPal have considered these conditions favourable for their EU offices here. As a result, IT specialists are always in high demand. 

Luxembourg hosts a sprawling community of R&D and IT startups that specialize in clean technology, sustainable energy, and construction. In the fields of intelligent transportation and clean transportation, a special emphasis is placed on smart mobility and smart city tech development.

Expat Life in Luxembourg

When living in Luxembourg as an expat, embrace the small-town charm of this area, with its pristine natural surroundings and clean environment, high level of personal safety and consistent social stability. The city’s population is not so numerous but very cosmopolitan and readily includes a lot of first-generation immigrants or relocated professionals. Luxembourg has the highest ratio of foreign residents than any other European city. The process for newcomers is made easy, and the expat crowd tends to be welcoming.

The diversity of the Luxembourg community is also favoured by the natural multi-speaking language of the city. In everyday life, French and German dominate the media, and English is used for business communication and within the expat community. However, Luxembourg traditions and culture are preserved with care and respect and Luxembourgish is used in all spheres of communication.

Quality of life in Luxembourg is high, with compulsory health care and moderate living costs. Excellent education services are also available. Rents and real estate prices are higher than throughout the EU, although, they are affordable for Luxembourg salaries.

Luxembourg's old quarters and defensive walls have been recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Local gastronomic traditions are being carefully preserved and promoted by many artisan specialists. The wine culture of the neighbouring Moselle enjoys a long-lasting reputation.

Expats in Luxembourg are sure of a high-quality and exciting stay. Ensure your time in this region is even better still by booking your temporary accommodation in Luxembourg with Situ. When you book with us, rest assured we will source the best accommodation to suit your needs. Get in touch with a member of our team today and let us make your stay Booking Brilliant!




Luxembourg’s Findel International airport is an excellent gateway to the city. Over four million passengers use it every year for its daily connections to major European destinations. Over 800 flights a week connect Luxembourg to 24 countries.

The airport is located 10 kilometres to the east of the city centre. Regular shuttle buses transfer passengers to the central railway station. Two lines of city buses can take you anywhere in the city centre, including the Luxexpo and the European Parliament. There is a bus every 10 or 15 minutes, and the travel is free.


Arriving in Luxembourg by train is quick and easy. TGV trains connect the city to the main rail hubs of France, Germany, Belgium, and Switzerland. Dusseldorf, Koln, Nancy and Brussels are only a short ride away. The central railway station is only a ten-minute walk away from the city centre. Over 20 million passengers per year use the punctual and reliable trains of Luxembourg.

Second-class train travel in Luxembourg city and across the Grand Duchy is free for residents and visitors alike. Passengers can bring luggage, pets and bicycle on board free of charge as well. Besides, you can travel for free to the three neighbouring foreign stations in Belgium and France. You will be charged for first-class travel within the Grand Duchy. A single-use first-class ticket will cost you 3 euros, and a full day ticket – 6 euros.

Buses and coaches

Luxembourg offers free public transport to all residents and visitors nationwide. This includes city buses and a new tram line within the city. The ample network of buses, trains and trams is very well interconnected, allowing smooth changes and easy access to all parts of the city. Rural areas are also very well licked to the city and the main urban areas throughout the Grand Duchy. Transport connections are easily planned via a mobile app. Day bus routes run between 5 am and midnight, and night service is available outside regular hours.

The only tram line of Luxembourg is a revival of an older system. Regular tram service was resumed in 2017 and is now the most modern and high-tech tram service in Europe. The line is currently in constant expansion and new routes are under construction.

Taxis are widely available in the city and can be hailed in the street or ordered via a mobile app or on a taxi rank. There is no governmental regulation for maximal prices, but each taxi company is obliged to advertise their prices on the car window.

Cross border coach service is not part of the free of charge bus travel and needs to be paid for. Tickets can be bought via a mobile app; prices may vary depending on your destination.

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