Astoria Garden

Address: Via Vittorio Bachelet 8-10 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAstoria Garden Rome

      Reviewed by culturalpaths

      Jack and Jills" Roman Adventure

      Reviewed Apr 12, 2011
      by (1 review) Salem, Massachusetts , United States Flag of United States

      The Astoria garden is a samll tourist hotel in a comfortable neighborhood in Rome. It is about a half mile from the train terminus. The hotel was clean, comfortable, and reasonably priced. They had a wonderful, helpful staff. The customer service was outstanding. Thier assistence made our vacation in Rome more enjoyable. Check out this hotel for value, location , service and comfort.

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Astoria Garden Rome

      Good hotel, TERRIBLE location


      The hotel is lovely - nothing fancy, but clean and comfortable with a decent breakfast. But the location is dreadful, and extremely scary at night (and I'm from Brooklyn, so clearly I do not scare easily to sketchy nighttime activites). Pay a bit more and stay in a better location, like near the Spanish Steps.



      We stayed at the Astoria Garden Hotel in December 2003 and found it to be a great little hotel. We used their shuttle service from the airport for EURO 55.00 (for 4 people) which saved us a lot of aggravation. The hotel is located between two metro stops which made getting around very easy. There were also lots of good, inexpensive restauransts in the area. The showers were wonderful and the staff was very helpful.

      Great Place to Stay


      After two tiny showers in London and Paris, getting the showers here seemed huge! Very clean, spacious, and the staff is extremely friendly.

      The hotel is a short walk from Termini, which gets you where ever you want to go. Breakfast was acceptable. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone planning a trip to Rome.

      The Astoria Garden Hotel is Fantastic


      The Astoria Garden Hotel was fantastic. The rooms were large, well decorated and clean. It was nice to be able to relax in the garden after a day's sight seeing. The staff made us feel very welcome and were very friendly.

      Classy value


      Excellent hotel that perfectly balances class with value.Within comfortable walking distance of the famous sights and areas (10mins), this hotel benefits from being slightly away from the traffic and other tourists. That is not to say that this hotel is remote its a turning away from the main train/bus/metro terminal and so you can get anywhere very quickly.The hotel is bright and airy, and really has that touch of class that makes a holiday in Rome special. The rooms are simple, but of high quality and have the two essentials a good bed and a great shower! Staff are always friendly and courteous, going out of their way to make your stay comfortable.Truly a wonderful hotel that I would eagerly recommend to anyone.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Astoria Garden Rome

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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