Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Vienna

Business apartments in Vienna are the go-to accommodation option for corporate travellers visiting the Austrian capital for work. Wide-ranging facilities and plenty of space to live and work are just the guarantees that come with stays in serviced apartments in Vienna.
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Located right in the heart of Europe, Vienna is blessed as a beating heart of unique Austrian culture, heritage and attractions. It might not be the largest capital, but the number of travellers visiting for business or a getaway is significant.

About Vienna

Why Choose Serviced Apartments Vienna?

Executing the perfect business travel plan or relocation strategy relies heavily on the right accommodation option being booked to compliment the stays of each corporate involved. This is no different for strategies targeted at the Austrian capital, and that’s why serviced apartments in Vienna are so important.

Unlike standard hotel rooms or B&Bs in the city, business apartments in Vienna are all encompassing when it comes to the range of facilities and ‘home away from home’ feel they offer. Guests in these properties, which are listed just above this guide, can expect to have access to a well-equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, free Wi-Fi, homely living rooms and ample space to live, work and relax.

Situ has hand-picked only the best corporate, fully equipped expat housing in Vienna, knowing that accommodation options such as these are exactly what corporate travellers visiting or relocating to the city need to have the most fulfilling stay possible.

Where is Vienna?

Vienna is the largest and most populous city in Austria, with a population of around 2 million people. It is the country’s capital too,  in the eastern region of Austria and also based around an hours car journey west of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. The nearest Austrian major city to Vienna is Graz, over 200kms away nearer to the southern border.

Despite Vienna’s ties with Slovakia, Czechia and Hungary, because of how close their borders are, it is Germany that the city perhaps is most linked to, with the capital having the largest German-speaking population outside of Germany itself.

However, it is easy for travellers from all over the world to visit Vienna. This is mainly thanks to the Vienna International Airport. It is located in the town of Schwechat, which is just over the road from the A4 ‘Eastern Motorway’ and the intersecting Danube River which cuts through just above the city centre. Corporates planning to arrive into the capital via this airport can appreciate having a wide range of business apartments in Vienna also just on the outskirts of the city centre, making travel to-and-from the airport less time consuming.

Business Opportunities in Vienna

Everything we’ve just mentioned about Vienna’s central location, right at the heart of Europe, makes the city an obvious ideal place to do business. After all, recently Vienna has been named the top location on the Startup Cities Index. Being only a few hours away from other major European hotspots means businesses in Vienna can tap into these markets without as much as hassle.

Moreover, business opportunities in Vienna are supported by the start-up infrastructure that exists there. Countless helpful schemes, accessible grants, places to meet and coworking spaces in Vienna make even merely just visiting for a business event or client catch-up easily achievable. Vienna quality of life scores are also encouraging to read for corporates relocating to the city for the long term. Research suggests that Vienna is an easy place to get comfortable, where often professionals visit for the short term but end up staying much longer than they imagined.

The cost of running a business and living in Vienna is calculated into the quality of life score too. The capital is one of the most affordable globally, in terms of workforce salaries and renting office space as well. The only downside stems from the idea that the Viennese are not always too accepting of new technology, so be prepared to wait for new ideas to gain traction! If you are a corporate looking to stay in the Austrian capital, whether it be to relocate a business or just attend a small business event, take a look at our range of serviced apartments in Vienna, which are perfectly catered to support any business arrangements.

Living in Vienna

With such a unique culture and rich history, it comes as no surprise that Vienna has so many nicknames, which are each easy to understand after moving to Vienna for just a short space of time. First, Vienna is the ‘Wine Capital’. This is on the basis that Vienna is the only capital worldwide to produce such a significant quantity of wine within its own city limits, supported by thousands of acres of vineyards.

The city is also often called ‘The City of Dreams’ or ‘The City of Music’. Musically the capital has been home to some of the world’s most famous composers, with the likes of Mozart, Beethoven and Straus all once residing in Vienna. As for the reference to ‘Dreams’; famous psychoanalysis founder Sigmund Freud made a mark on the city when he lived and worked there for many years. This meant psychotherapy was born in Vienna, and the Sigmund Freud Museum located in Freud’s old apartment displays a great testament to his work.

So, as you can tell, there’s a distinctive culture associated with Vienna. Despite the traditions the city has though, living in Vienna for a long time can be comfortable. Political stability, cleanliness, availability of accessible schools and healthcare, affordability and the fact that a third of expats living in Austria consider staying for life all say a lot about what it is like to live in Vienna.

Beautiful major attractions such as The Hofburg, the Belvedere Palace, the Schönbrunn Palace and the St. Stephen’s Cathedral are just the added cherry on top of the cake for corporates visiting the city. All in all, the prospect of comfortably living in Vienna, for the long or short term is very viable, which can be better still for those opting to stay in expat housing in Vienna.


Vienna International Airport (VIE)

Vienna International Airport is easily the busiest and largest of its kind in Austria. Just over 25 million travellers pass through the airport every year, and with it being so central in Europe it acts as a natural gateway into Europe and business apartments in Vienna.

The airport is no more than a 30 minute drive south-east of the Vienna city centre. The journey between the airport and the city centre is also do-able via the many operating taxi companies and the numerous train services that flow through Vienna Airport Railway Station.

U-Bahn Vienna

The Vienna U-Bahn spans over 80km and serves nearly 110 stations. It is a mostly underground network than supports the travel of over 1.2 million passengers each day, meaning around 500 million people use the service every year.

The service operates across 5 different metro lines. Passengers can expect to pay just under 3 euros for a single ticket.

S-Bahn Vienna

Unlike the U-Bahn, the S-Bahn railway network stretches beyond the city borders. It still makes up a vital part of the city centre public transport, consisting of two lines that can be distinguished as either being marked as pink or light green.

Whether it be the U-Bahn or S-Bahn, travellers can expect the systems to work on an honesty basis with regard to ticket buying. Stations have no ticket barriers and there are rarely formal ticket checks onboard. Passengers are expected to still buy a ticket and could expect to be approached by a conductor or member of the transport authority.

Straßenbahn and Autobus

The 28 tram lines and over 130 bus lines in operation across Vienna enable everyday travellers to make quick, short journeys across the city with ease. After all, the Vienna tram network is the world’s sixth-largest, whilst the buses are designed especially to navigate the narrow city streets.

With such extensive transport networks in place, the chances of staying in a fully furnished serviced apartment in Vienna that is close to a service you need to travel to-and-from work is very likely.

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