I just have to thank the following employees at the Astoria Garden Hotel: Ulrich, Lorenzo, Franco, Paulo, and Sirio.
When we arrived in Rome, my sister was very sick. The hotel asked if they could call a doctor to come see her. (OK, wait, doctors make housecalls? Toto, I know we're not in Kansas - (actually Houston) anymore!)
He diagnosed her with the flu. He wrote her a prescription and Franco walked me the couple of blocks to the doorstep of the Farmacia.
*The hotel itself is quaint on a quiet street.
*A few blocks from Termini Station.
*The rooms were the equivalent to a Howard Johnson's here in the States.
*Beds-not so comfortable, but good enough.
*Hair dryers and shower worked.
Very strange, you open the door with an actual key, but on the same keychain is what looks like a room key, but you actually have to insert it into a box on the wall for the electricity to come on.
*Breakfast consists of coffee, juices, cereal, pastries, boiled eggs and cold cuts (salami, ham, cheese), croissants, etc.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Old England style house with modern comforts and amenities, breakfast room and bar; situated near Piazza Repubblica. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Astoria Garden Hotel Rome