Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Prague

When corporates book stays in serviced apartments in Prague they can expect to be work and live in a property that’s comfortable and enables a self-catered lifestyle. Our range of high-quality aparthotels in Prague are hand-picked with corporate travellers in mind as we know what a property requires to fit within a business travel plan.
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There are countless reasons why someone might visit Prague, and for the intention of doing great business is one of them. That’s why serviced apartments in Prague are in such an abundance, enabling corporates to live and work anywhere across the city.

About Prague

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Prague?

Corporates visiting the city of Prague need not struggle to find accommodation that suits their business travel plans. Serviced apartments in Prague offer everything a corporate guest would need to enjoy a trip to the Czech capital.

Situ have sourced a wide range of high-quality serviced accommodation and aparthotels in Prague, knowing full well what corporates want from a place they can call home. Each of the properties above include fully-equipped kitchens, on-site washing facilities, spacious dining and living rooms, access to free Wi fi and stays come with a housekeeping service.

This is just the minimum that corporates bookers can expect too. Depending on how expats want to live in either long or short term apartments in Prague, they may want a garden, larger bedrooms with en-suites, access to free parking, a property that is pet friendly and much more.

Where is Prague?

Prague is the capital city of the landlocked country that is the Czech Republic. Since being founded in and around the 8th century, the city grew to become the famous capital of the Holy Roman Empire and then eventually the capitals of Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic that exists today. The city has long had the nickname ‘The City of a Hundred Spires’ too, although today it has something like five times that number.

Nowadays the Prague population equates to around 1.4 million people, whilst the city’s metropolitan population is estimated to be around 2.7 million strong. Prague is also the largest city in the country, spanning an area of almost 200 square miles. All of this is slightly left of the centre of the Czech Republic, but nevertheless, is accessible from all angles. The country’s next largest and most populated city, Brno, is just under 150 miles southeast of Prague.

Of course, the city is so easily reachable to the approximate 8 million people who visit every year (of which 7 million are foreign) thanks to the fact Prague has one of the largest and busiest international airports in central and eastern Europe, Václav Havel Airport. It is based only a half an hour drive from central Prague, in the city's north-western region, ideal for corporates who are staying for lengthier periods in luxury apartments in Prague.

Living in Prague as an Expat

Upon a move to Prague and staying in serviced accommodation in the city, it is worth knowing exactly what it is like to live there as an expat – what is it like to do business in the Czech capital? Well based on year on year reports, Prague continues to rank as one of the top ten most suitable major cities for business in Europe. Across the EU, Prague is deemed to be one of the most developed regions too. After all, the city does produce over a quarter of the GDP created in the Czech Republic as a whole.

With the framework in place, the potential for business success is high here. It is for this reason too that hundreds of international conferences and summits take place in Prague every year. In fact, the Czech capital is the 11th most prestigious destination for global congresses, thus making luxury apartments in Prague near different events so in demand.

Even expats visiting temporarily, whether it be a Prague business district for work or somewhere for a meeting in the city, will appreciate how both the quality of life lives up to expectation and how the cost of living in Prague is affordable. Both of these qualities and the business and transport infrastructure the city has in place makes Prague a truly respectable place to do business or even startup / relocate a company. If you want to find out more about doing business in Prague, take a look at this City Profile Guide from Deloitte. For details on how you could secure your own corporate self-catering accommodation in Prague, get in touch with a member of the Situ team.

Visit Prague

When the iron curtain first lifted across Eastern Europe in 1989, Prague soon became the cool, ‘undiscovered’ place for backpackers to visit and, although now a major European city destination, the beer is at least still cheap. Aside from the architecture and the affordable beer, other things that might capture your interest while staying in one of our Prague long term rentals could well include the music. This isn’t just for the classical offerings at the Municipal House or the Rudolfinum.

As good as they are, as there are also plenty of excellent dance music clubs and the Karlovy Lazně, a four-story music club where each floor is dedicated to a different style of music. Prague also has an excellent café culture, with lots of old-world cafes like Café Slavia within walking distance of the River Vltava, or Café Louvre just down the road, which has a Parisian atmosphere. For those shopping fans staying in our Prague apartments, the city has plenty of modern shopping malls too. The main ones are the Palladium on the eastern side of the river and Nový Smíchov on the western side. Prague’s most recognisable shopping street is Pařížská Street, where there are many top retail brands.

And, finally, it’s important to mention the city’s best architectural sites. Prague Castle is a good place to start and dates back to the first millennium A.D. Then there is Charles Bridge, probably one of Europe’s best-known old bridges, which is lined with statues, has dramatic Gothic gates and superb views along the river. While perhaps the most classic attraction is the Old Town Square with the famous Prague astronomical clock in the historical city centre.


Václav Havel Airport (PRG)

Named after the former president of Czechoslovakia, the Václav Havel Airport supports the travel of around 18 million people every year. It is the only international airport in the city, with the only other alternatives in the country being Brno–Tuřany, Ostrava, Karlovy Vary and Pardubice airports.

Václav Havel Airport lies about 6.5 miles roughly west of the River Vltava, which could be within very close proximity of the serviced apartment in Prague corporates choose to stay in.

Prague Metro

Created back in the 1970s, the Prague Metro offers arguably the easiest and fastest way to get around the capital of the Czech Republic. It operates across three different lines and over sixty metro stations.

Line A (Green) runs from the northeast to the southeast of Prague, Line B (Yellow) runs between Zličín and Černý Most, whilst Line C (Red) operates from the north to the south of the city. Metro trains run between 5 am and midnight every day, and bus and tram services are very well connected.

Petřín Funicular Railway

Reaching the top of the beautiful Petřín Hill is easily done thanks to the Petřín Funicular Railway. It was launched in the late 1800s before getting an electric motor system added in the 1930s.

On weekdays visitors can expect the funicular to run every 15 minutes between 9 am and 11:30 pm. We have many short term apartments in Prague within a short walk of this service so getting to the top of the hill, one of the city’s main attractions can be easy.

Buses and Trams in Prague

Prague trams are certainly deemed to be one of the more popular modes of transport for navigating across the city, whilst bus services are more often used to enable travel to the outskirt regions.

If you plan to use the metro, be sure to check which bus and tram services connect to the stations you depart or arrive from, as well as whether they can drop you off at the doorstep of your aparthotel in Prague.

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