Diana Roma Roof Garden Non Refundable
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The Diana Roma Roof Garden Hotel is an historical property opened in 1939 by Benedetto De Angelis, founder of one of the oldest and most famous family of the Roman hotellerie which is still managing the hotel nowadays. In the heart of the Umbertine Rome, a few meters from the Opera House, Termini station and easily accessible by Metro, the Hotel Diana offers a prime location close to the historical centre, the most important monuments and museums of the city, and the most famous shopping streets. The Hotel Diana has always been an important point for those traveling for business or leisure, and welcoming its guests in a pleasant and elegant atmosphere.
L’Uliveto Roof Garden is a hanging roof garden on the top floor of the Diana Roma Roof Garden Hotel. Colourful flowers, sweet herbs, sage, laurel, olive trees, pomegranates, nestle with other Mediterranean vegetation and shrubs. Lightweight pergolas and canvas awnings create the right shade over placed out tables, chairs with plush cushions, while jasmine fills the air with its delicate fragrance. Enjoy the intimate atmosphere of this romantic and exclusive Roof Garden with its amazing view extending from the Alban Hills to the top of Monte Mario and beyond the Quirinale Palace to St Peter’s Dome. Do not forget the opportunity to bask under the warm sun rays in the summer! Savour the American buffet breakfast and freshly brewed coffee here on the Roof Garden. Begin your evening with a cocktail on our rooftop terrace, watching the sun set over Rome or sip your wine at fresco under the stars.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Name: REPUBBLICA
- Distance: 300 metres
- Name: TERMINI
- Distance: 500 metres
- Name: FIUMICINO
- Distance: 40 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:30
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Types: Small dogs & cats
- Free: Yes
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Repubblica Distance: 300 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Termini Distance: 500 metres
- Nearest Airport Name: Fiumicino Distance: 40 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1425 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Poor value hotel
Stay Date: 10/2016, Garry F wrote this review.
We recently stayed at the Hotel Diana Roof Garden in Rome. The check-in staff did not make us feel welcome, which was so much at odds with the reception we received at another hotel only a few weeks before. You might then ask why change hotels, it w… See more
We recently stayed at the Hotel Diana Roof Garden in Rome. The check-in staff did not make us feel welcome, which was so much at odds with the reception we received at another hotel only a few weeks before. You might then ask why change hotels, it was because our friends had booked at the Diana and as it was only a one night stay we thought it would be good to stay with them. Bad decision on my part. The initial room (more on this later) was tiny, claustrophobic and we could hear every noise from the adjoining room. But worse was to come. The toilet started to leak all over the bathroom floor. Despite one staff member suggesting the water had come from the shower when it was suggested he taste the water he was reluctant to do so. I have to say that the hotel reacted quickly and moved us to a different room when I stated that the bathroom was a health hazard. The room we were moved to was larger and everything appeared to be working well. However, when we returned to our room after dinner we couldn't get the air-conditioned to work. Imagine my surprise when I asked reception to send someone to investigate to be told that the air-conditioning was turned off at 6pm. This on a night when Rome was hot and humid. Our only choice was to leave the window open (thankfully it had one) but this meant we heard every noise on the busy street throughout the night and did not get much sleep at all. In the morning we tried the complimentary breakfast but once again were disappointed. There was little choice on offer, certainly not a selling point for the hotel. The one positive the hotel has is the roof garden. It is lovely, the staff are friendly and helpful and good views can be enjoyed. Collapse
Everything we needed and more
Stay Date: 10/2016, Kent G wrote this review.
Was taken to this hotel as a surprise birthday gift, to see the sights of Rome , with our days planned we needed a good central base from witch to explore,having read some reviews on here was apprehensive of our booking choice, theses were all expell… See more
Was taken to this hotel as a surprise birthday gift, to see the sights of Rome , with our days planned we needed a good central base from witch to explore,having read some reviews on here was apprehensive of our booking choice, theses were all expelled apon arriving to the hotel to find very friendly helpful reception staff , taken to our room, witch was a little small but very clean and more than met are needs , my only gripe was the bed was a pushed together twin not a double bed , but as the room was at the quieter back (610) and not on the much noisyer front we didn't complain, no great view from our window just the back of offices & ventilation units ,Not too uncommon in Rome as the buildings are built so close together .American style breakfast meaning all tastes catered for from cold meat and cheeses to breads and tarts/ cakes cooked bacon,frankfurters scrambled eggs to list just some items .We chose to eat out in the evenings so can not comment on the restaurant,although it was used by larger tour groups . Hotel Diana was a great location close to all travel routes, hop on hop off bus stop only a few minutes walk away , this hotel met our needs and would stay here again if in a Rome Collapse
Good position for Termini rail station
Stay Date: 10/2016, quickchick2015 wrote this review.
We had a triple room. There was plenty of space for 3 people. Even had tea/coffee facilities in our room - a rarity in Italy. That's the good points. The bad points are: the internet works only sometimes and slowly; the breakfasts are average, not go… See more
We had a triple room. There was plenty of space for 3 people. Even had tea/coffee facilities in our room - a rarity in Italy. That's the good points. The bad points are: the internet works only sometimes and slowly; the breakfasts are average, not good. The view from the top of the Garden Roof restaurant is superb. A good hotel to stay at Collapse
Nice hotel not far from most tourist attractions
Stay Date: 09/2016, travellobstergirl wrote this review.
The room was an ok size and of course the bathroom was small as in most Italian Hotels. We had a small balcony that we didn't request but it was good. Didn't really need air conditioning but didn't need blankets either. The small fridge didn't keep a… See more
The room was an ok size and of course the bathroom was small as in most Italian Hotels. We had a small balcony that we didn't request but it was good. Didn't really need air conditioning but didn't need blankets either. The small fridge didn't keep anything cold but was stocked with water and a package of cookies and chips and I pepsi. This was free with the room. The shampoo/body wash was interesting and came in little packets. The morning breakfast was ok with a nice little variety. But the coffee was not good. I have been to Italy before and most of the coffee was great, but they had a coffee machine that you could chose what to get and it was stocked with cheap nescafe, I decided to stick to tea and get my espresso at a coffee bar. Room was kept up nicely by staff. We had a great lady and a shout out to Lucia. The staff was nice and the garden bar on top of the place was nice.Had a cocktail there one night and dinner another. It is 2 blocks off of the train station and then 2 blocks of the Pizza di Rebulica. It is in a very touristy busy place. I would come here again. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2015, richardbV3544BV wrote this review.
I stayed here two years ago with a group and was very happy with the location (3 blocks to the train station), staff, facility and breakfast. The roof top Breakfast was wonderful. The area was safe with a good selection of restaurants in the area.
I stayed here two years ago with a group and was very happy with the location (3 blocks to the train station), staff, facility and breakfast. The roof top Breakfast was wonderful. The area was safe with a good selection of restaurants in the area. Collapse
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