The Hotel Astrid is a traditional hotel with neoclassical facade located by the River Tevere in the Flaminio district, two kilometres from the Spanish Steps. The 48 guestrooms are decorated in light colours with patterned fabrics and wood furnishing. Modern amenities include air conditioning, high speed Internet connections, satellite television, direct dial phones, hair dryers, minibars, safes and desks.
Guests can start the day with breakfast on the hotel terrace, overlooking the Tevere River, and round off the evening with a cocktail in the hotel bar. Those on business will benefit from the hotel's meeting rooms and high speed Internet access facilities, and guests arriving by car will find pay parking onsite. Practical amenities include a 24 hour front desk, babysitting services (surcharge) and a multilingual concierge service for sightseeing assistance. The Centre for Contemporary Arts, Piazza del Popolo and the Olympic Stadium can be found within two kilometres, and the Vatican City is four kilometres away. Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is 20 kilometres away and takes approximately 25 minutes to reach by car. Please Note:
Weather permitting, the bar and terrace are open during the evening from April to September/October.
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The easiest way to reach the hotel from the airport is by taxi, costing approximately 35 40 EUR. An Airport surcharge is payable. There is an express train service every 30 minutes to Rome's Termini train station (journey time 30 minutes). A single ticket costs around 10 EUR. From Termini take the subway to P. le Flaminio then take tram number 2 and alight at the third stop.
Rome's efficient integrated transportation system includes buses, trams, subway (metro) and suburban trains. Tickets should be bought before boarding and are available from ATAC ticket machines and all tobacconists. The city centre is easily negotiated on foot. Traffic in Rome is often busy and chaotic so driving is not generally recommended.