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All reviews welcome drink glass of champagne fun watching breakfast room is located within walking distance porta nigra an easy walk train station historical sites would definitely stay here again location is great old town visiting trier paula hosts mosel euro
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Reviewed 20 June 2018

The Hotel Astoria accommodated 7 in our party when we were in Trier this week. It is conveniently located near the town center and an easy walk to shopping and historical sites. The rooms were really comfortable and decorated so well. The beds were comfortable and the bathrooms so clean. The breakfast was fabulous with incredible attention to detail. It is reasonably priced and a great place to stay while visiting Trier.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with family
Thank ACANAde
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Reviewed 15 February 2018

Location is good, although the street was quite loud and you can hear everything form the windows, they are quite old. The price was too expensive for what they offer. Bed was very small for 2, we thought its a single roome they gave us.Breakfast was ok.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Valeria R
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Reviewed 31 December 2017

Paula and Sudhir are lovely hosts and this hotel is ideally situated for exploring Trier -- a ten minute walk from the train station and just minutes from the Porta Nigra and main market square. While the rooms are a bit dated, the delicious breakfast, engaging hosts, and central location more than make up for it. If you are looking for a small, family-run place to stay, I can't recommend this enough. I would definitely stay here again when visiting Trier.

  • Stayed: December 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Jackie V
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Reviewed 18 June 2017

This hotel is very well located within walking distance of all there is to see in Trier. The parking is about 5 minutes walk away. Reception was very friendly with a welcome drink and we were given the choice of two rooms. The room is a bit small but has all it needs to have for a good price. Wifi is good.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank DickZ_12
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Reviewed 4 April 2017

Hotel Astoria is located within walking distance of Trier railway station. We crossed the square in front of the station and walked straight out among the trees until we saw the famous Porta Nigra. It’s possible to continue walking straight ahead until you reach Bruchhausenstrasse on the left, but we took Simeonsplatz and Kutzbachstrasse because the hotel is located at the beginning of the Bruchhausenstrasse, close to Pferdemarkt. An excellent location because all the sites in Trier may easily be reached on foot. The area seemed quite safe at night.

The three star Astoria is an old hotel with only 15 rooms. There is no elevator and the stairs are a bit steep, but nothing, really, compared to what is to be found in many Dutch hotels. The fire escape provisions we could see from our room, seemed to be very sound. There is no night porter, so you have to take your key with you when you leave.

Upon arrival, we were handed several keys and left to choose a room. We opted for one at the back on the second floor (N. 25) to avoid traffic noise. It was very quiet and had a rather pleasant view. The colour scheme was a bit peculiar: girly pink and white striped wallpaper on one side, pink flowers on the other. But then, pink seems to be everywhere in Trier. Our room wasn’t big, but it didn’t feel crampy and was rather cosy. There was a 55 inches bed with a small desk attached to it, a chair and a wardrobe big enough for our large bags. The television was surprisingly small. As is often the case in hotels, the glaring bedside lighting was not suited for reading in bed. The pillows were very soft, but we found a harder one in the wardrobe. The bathroom was ok, but the curtain tended to cling.

The breakfast room and the reception area have clearly been decorated by someone afflicted with a serious case of horror vacui. There is colourful stuff hanging or standing on every available spot. There even is a fountain with gilded angels. Old fashioned and kitschy, but in a nostalgic kind of way. Quite a change from sterile chain hotels.

Breakfast was completely self-service. There was enough choice and the quality was ok for the price paid. There even was a bottle of Sekt (sparkling wine) to spice things up a bit. We regretted the fact that meat and cheese were placed under the same plastic lid - a common practice in German hotels - because it made the cheese smell and taste of salami. On each breakfast table there was an egg topper with the name ‘Eierschalensollbruchstellenverursacher’ inscribed on it. We didn’t manage to make the thing work properly, but we had lots of fun trying to remember its name. We also enjoyed watching the birds - mainly sparrows and blackbirds - visiting the feeding table in the patio.

All-in all, we were satisfied with our stay at Astoria. At around 80 euro for a double with breakfast in the low season, it was one of the cheapest options in Trier and the price-quality balance was fair.

Room Tip: Rooms at the back are quieter
  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled with friends
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