The “City Hotel for Everyman“: Hotel Astoria in Bonn
Mareile Schröder-Benz has a very simple philosophy: in her hotel, each single guest should feel at ease from the very first moment – regardless of whether they are business travelers or families. No matter whether cultural or professional trip, city vacation or sporty excursion: thanks to the hotel’s ideal situation In the heart of Kessenich, numerous highlights and sights including Bonn’s Museum Mile, the UN Campus, and the World Conference Center Bonn are within easy walking distance.
Hotel Astoria: feeling comfortable in Bonn
Hotel Astoria offers its guests outstanding 3-star-comfort with a special flair. The 39 single and double or twin rooms have been fully renovated and cozily furbished. Shower or tub and WC, hairdryer, W-LAN internet, cable TV, radio, and phone ensure an unburdened stay; moreover, this privately managed city hotel features an elevator. For families, there are also 3-bed and 4-bed rooms and baby cribs are available for free.
Sauna, parking & co.: the 3-star hotel with particular conveniences
As a privately managed 3-star city hotel, the Astoria in Bonn offers all the conveniences that you would expect from a comfort hotel – and even a little more: room service is available for free around the clock and the first-class breakfast buffet provides guests with a copious selection of fresh food including numerous regional or fair trade products. Beyond friendly service, loving details ensure a perfect stay: the hotel features, among others, on-site parking as well as an atmospheric sauna where you can harmoniously conclude an eventful day.
Mareile Schröder-Benz was rather contented with her job as an office clerk within a large federal association. But she suddenly changed her mind…
Hausdorffstraße 105-113, 53129 Bonn
+49 228 9696490
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Insider tips for Bonn
The afternoon is perfectly suited for a thorough discovery of the city of Bonn. You start from the Museum Mile towards city center – either via Willy-Brand-Allee, passing by Palais Schaumburg, Museum König, and Villa Hammerschmidt, or with a little detour along the Rhine banks.