Serviced Apartments in Tallinn | Situ

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Tallinn has been chosen especially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Tallinn accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Tallinn are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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Apply your creativity and imagination in Tallinn, the northern European playground for advanced technology and fresh ideas.


About Tallinn

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Tallinn?

Our serviced apartments in Tallinn are designed for corporate travellers as well as remote workers and those who are relocating.

All our apartments are furnished with remote working in mind. They offer a high-speed internet connection and a comfortable working area with enough space for your laptops and gadgets. We are always upgrading the baseline of expectation and aim for personalized solutions and flexible service.  

Stay in our Tallinn luxury apartments to appreciate the understated elegance of our properties. All our apartments also have fully-functioning kitchens and laundry services. An aparthotel in Tallinn also offers facilities such as business meeting rooms and on-site parking.

Central Tallinn is compact and our serviced apartments are within a short walk from all the facilities. Browse our serviced apartments in Tallinn and contact our professional team for more details about your booking. 

 

Where is Tallinn?

Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia, the northern-most of the three new Baltic countries. The city lies on the northern coast of Estonia and is on the coast of the Baltic Sea.

Tallinn’s closest neighbour is Helsinki 90 kilometres across the Gulf of Finland. Russian Saint-Petersburg is 370 kilometres to the east along the E20 road route. Latvian Riga lies 300 kilometres to the south along the E67.

Swedish Stockholm is over 400 kilometres to the west across the Baltic Sea. Estonia is a member of the EU, the Schengen Area, and the Eurozone and uses the euro as its only currency. The official language is Estonian, but good English is widely spoken as well. 

 

Business Opportunities in Tallinn

Put your newest business ideas to the test in Tallinn. The city is an efficient logistics and supply chain centre for the Nordic and Baltic countries and the northwest Russian regions. The city’s strategic location and top-notch infrastructure converted the city and its port into a flexible multi-modal business space.

Estonia is a northern European hub for IT and business services, global logistics, and industrial solutions where multinational companies and high-growth start-ups enjoy government support. 

Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, is an ideal base for investment in R&D and new technologies, creating a flourishing and competitive digital environment.

Estonia’s digitally advanced economy constantly ranks as one of the freest economies in Europe. It is known for its consistent ease of doing business and its high digital capability. Tallinn is home to such ground-breaking solutions as Skype, Transferwise, and other multinational companies that changed the way we do business.

The industrial legacy of the Soviet Union has been put to good use in Tallinn. Today the modernized factories produce high-end electronics and computer hardware components, sophisticated lab equipment, and precision optical products. All of these are hard to find in Europe today. Estonian organic dairy and meat products, textile, and consumer goods sell well around the EU.

Stay in a Situ serviced apartment in Tallinn for a comfortable and stress-free stay.

 

Living in Tallinn

Estonia and its capital Tallinn score very highly on the overall quality of life scale. The city regularly attracts just as many skilled immigrants as Poland and the Czech Republic. The ICT sector is booming in Tallinn. Personal and business taxation is flexible and transparent, and the general quality of life is the highest among the three Baltic countries.

Tallinn is known to be a comfortable and cosy city with the second-best air quality in Europe after Finland. The city is safe and easy to get around, and offers enough outdoor entertainment and a wealth of cultural events for all tastes.

A large expat community is concentrated in Tallinn, as an impressive 60 % of all employment is centred here.

However, success in employment and business as well as lifestyle choices in Tallinn can be seriously affected by the linguistic barrier. Knowledge of Estonian is compulsory for most jobs and desirable for independent businesses. 

The cost of living in Estonia is very reasonable. The average salary is 1000 euros and most rents are around half the amount. Common bills and everyday costs are below the EU average as well.

All banking and financial operations including income tax payments are conducted online via a user-friendly citizen portal. Ninety-five percent of all tax declarations are submitted online. 

Generally, Estonians are known to be responsible and trustworthy people with a long-lasting tradition for social responsibility. Tallinn is the birthplace of ‘Let’s Do It!’ an initiative where residents volunteer en masse to clean up their neighbourhoods every Saturday.

Choose from our carefully curated range of Tallinn accommodation to make the most of your time here.

Transport

By Air

Tallinn Airport (Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport) is the main gateway to the country. It is home to the national airline Nordica as well as the support hub of Latvian AirBaltic. The airport is only four kilometres away from the city centre and the Tallinn ferry port. The airport offers additional services including the rental of office and warehouse space, as well as hangars. Meetings and corporate events can be held at the airport in one of the specially equipped business halls.

The airport is serviced by public transport between 05:30 am and 00:45 am. Tram line 4 and bus lines 2 and 65 stop outside the passenger terminal and take you to the city centre within 15 minutes. A one-hour single fare ticket can be bought onboard, online, or from a ticket machine in the waiting lounge. City travel cards can be bought at the kiosk at the terminal as well.

Taxis are available to hire from designated taxi ranks outside the terminal. Check the ride price with the driver as there is no state-regulated limit in Estonia on a taxi fare per kilometre.

By Rail

Tallinn’s commuter network has been modernized to use electric and hybrid trains, and since 2019 runs entirely on 100 % green energy.

Tickets are available online and from ticket offices at train stations. All online purchases come with a 15 % discount, and buying from a ticket machine at the station is 10 % cheaper as well.

By Bus and Tram

Tallinn public transport connects the city centre and its suburbs with an ample network of buses, electric trolleybuses, and trams. These run between 6 am and 11 pm. Passengers can enter the vehicle through any door and simply validate the ticket on board.

Guests will appreciate the flexibility of a unified Tallinn Card. This allows unlimited use of public transport and includes free entry to the main city museums and attractions.

Ühiskaart is a unified travel card for Tallinn. This allows travellers to buy day tickets for a group of up to six people and to use electronic tickets. This card can be topped up at any kiosk and online.

By Ferry

Tallinn ferry port operates frequent connections across the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland to Helsinki. The crossing for Finland takes around 2-3 hours and the trip to Stockholm will take around 16-17 hours.

Tickets can be bought online in advance and on the day, advanced bookings can come with significant discounts.


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