Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Romania

Our corporate accommodation in Romania has been picked especially to cater for business people visiting the capital. Guests staying in serviced apartments in Romania 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 Romania 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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Where is Romania?

Romania is a large country in Southeastern Europe, in the north of the Balkan Peninsula. It borders Bulgaria in the south, Serbia in the southwest and Hungary in the northwest, Ukraine in the north and east. In the southeast, Romania is washed by the waters of the Black Sea.

Romania is vast and travelling across the country involves large distances. The road network is ample but not all the roads are suitable for high-speed travel. The main road E81 connects the capital city Bucharest with the Black Sea coast in the east and the oil fields of Ploiesti in the north. Use A1 to travel to Timisoara and A10 to get to Cluj-Napoca.  

Why serviced apartments in Romania?

Choose our first-class serviced apartments in Romania designed for corporate visitors and remote workers. In our serviced apartments we constantly aim to meet all the expectations of our business customers and offer personalized solutions and flexible service. 

All our apartments are designed for remote working and provide an excellent combination of office convenience and home-like comfort, with many of our serviced apartments located in Bucharest. All apartments come with a high-speed internet connection, a comfortable working area and enough space for your laptop and modern gadgets. Our guests appreciate a modern kitchen and laundry services, which a standard hotel room or B&B cannot provide. Our short-term rental apartments in Romania are conveniently located for all amenities and transport connections. 

Browse a wide selection of our serviced apartments in Romania and speak to our professional team for more details about your booking. Our hospitable staff will make every effort to meet your needs. 

Business opportunities in Romania

Romania as a member of the European Union has manifested itself as an up-and-coming player in the European political arena. Romania has experienced a significant influx of foreign investments and a swift development of tourism. In terms of living standards, Romania still is behind most EU states. Yet, average wages in the country have almost doubled, the unemployment rate remains below 5-6% and the business climate is improving. 

The Romanian economy is based on mechanical engineering (production of equipment for the oil industry, machine tools for metal processing) and wood processing (production of parquet, plywood, and furniture). Agriculture plays a significant part in the country’s economy and today it ranks 5th in Europe and 10th in the world in terms of sparing vineyards. 

The competition encourages a healthy business environment for Romania’s future success. Some Romanian businesses have been successful both domestically and internationally and have opened to the European and world markets which have meant better jobs, new opportunities, and higher incomes. Regular investment is being made into the Romanian employment pool and skills development. 

Living in Romania

Romania is a great place to live for expats, with a high quality of life, good work-life balance, and a friendly community.

The main reasons for such positive feedback are low living costs and the friendly reception expats get. Living costs including rents and shopping are below the European average. This applies to commercial properties and costs of establishing a small business or freelance as well.

Romanians are very foreigner-friendly and open-minded. The younger crowd speaks good English, but it is important to know some basic Romanian for meaningful integration. Romania is considered to be a safe destination with an overall low crime rate. 

Romania has preserved its local flavour and love for traditions. Thanks to its unique historical heritage and natural diversity, Romania is a popular destination for tourists looking for active leisure in the mountains, relaxation in natural mineral waters, visiting Bucharest's old town, or a glimpse into the mystical story of Count Dracula.



Domestic air travel in Romania is gaining popularity due to low fares for domestic flights compared to travel by train or bus. Domestic airlines are Tarom and Carpatair.

Romania has excellent air connections to other countries provided by its 12 international airports. The busiest airport of Romania Henri Coandă International Airport serves 9 million passengers annually. Regular flights by national and low-cost airlines connect Bucharest to the main European destinations. Passengers can choose from services by Lufthansa, KLM and Lot or Ryanair. The airport is only 16 kilometres away from the city centre and offers regular bus transfers and taxi services.

The next largest airport is Bucharest Baneasa Airport, located just 8 km outside Bucharest. Its capacity is about 3 million passengers a year, using regular and charter flights. You can get to Bucharest here by several buses or by taxi.

Use Timisoara Trian Vuya International Airport if you want to discover western Romania. Timisoara has regular connections with most European cities carried out by Lufthansa, Ryanair or Wizzair. Cluj International Airport is the airport of choice for visitors to Transylvania. It is located 9 km (5.6 mi) east of the city centre and has excellent connections to the city.


Try Romanian railways for domestic travel. You can choose from four types of trains, each of which has both first and second class. Passenger trains run across the country with many stops. Fast trains travel long distances with fewer stops but the quality of service inside the train is not great, in winter there may be no heating. Rapid class fast trains offer better service. InterCity trains cover most commuting routes, they are considered the fastest and most comfortable.

Long-distance coach travel is very popular in Romania. Every city has a coach station, while the capital city has five. Coach services are ideal for shorter distances between cities, for longer and overnight travel choose rail travel or aeroplanes.

City transport

Public transport in Romania operates from 5:00 to 23:00 and includes trolleybuses, buses and trams. Buy tickets at specialized kiosks or on board. Remember to validate your ticket when boarding, as controllers operate on many routes.

Public transport in the capital has underground network made of three lines and trains run every 5-8 minutes. Tickets are sold at the entrance. In Bucharest, a single trip for any transport will cost 1.3 RON, a daily pass is 8 RON, and a weekly pass - 18 RON.

Taxi service is very popular and easy to use in Bucharest. On public taxis, you pay by the meter, while on taxis of private companies, payment is negotiable and needs to be agreed upon in advance.

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