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 1456 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Micro sized rooms in centre of Rome with good Breakfast
Stay Date: 11/2016, Hny_Travelling wrote this review.
The rooms are small. Period. There's no two ways about how tiny they are. But again, you are in the centre of Rome and close to the Termini station. If you are one of those travellers who'd be spending very little time in the room and more exploring … See more
The rooms are small. Period. There's no two ways about how tiny they are. But again, you are in the centre of Rome and close to the Termini station. If you are one of those travellers who'd be spending very little time in the room and more exploring the city, you can definitely stay here. The breakfast is very good and American oriented (I noticed it seemed to be filled with American travellers), so thumbs up for that. Collapse
Wonderful lication but noisy
Stay Date: 11/2016, joseekaigle wrote this review.
Ould have given a 5 stars if it was not for the noise. All night you can hear restaurants dumping their empty bottles in dumpsters and then by 6 am the trucks come and empty them....it was very difficult to have a good night sleep. The location is p… See more
Ould have given a 5 stars if it was not for the noise. All night you can hear restaurants dumping their empty bottles in dumpsters and then by 6 am the trucks come and empty them....it was very difficult to have a good night sleep. The location is perfect with plenty of restaurants aroud. The breakfast is wonderful and done on the 7th floor by the rooftop deck.The staff was always available and smiling which I really appreiciated. Would go bavk but request a room with no view and without noise. Collapse
Tips for Rome
Stay Date: 11/2016, 873David_L873 wrote this review.
The Diana Roof Garden is a five minute walk from the main station which is the transport hub for Rome. It is a good hotel which provides a perfectly adequate breakfast. There are many restaurants close to the hotel which consist of pizza restaurants … See more
The Diana Roof Garden is a five minute walk from the main station which is the transport hub for Rome. It is a good hotel which provides a perfectly adequate breakfast. There are many restaurants close to the hotel which consist of pizza restaurants and the traditional trattoria. It is important that potential visitors to Rome understand the procedure at airport arrival and the best ways of travelling to visit the sights. On arrival there is a long walk to the exit and baggage reclaim. All passengers must go towards the reclaim area even if only hand luggage is being carried. The exit will take passengers to a train which takes people to the recalim. We had intended to catch the Leonardo Express Train to the main station which is called Stazione Termini Station. However, we were asked if we would like a personal transfer to our hotel. The train would have cost 14 euro each but we accepted the transfer for 20 euros each. Getiing around Rome is easy. Individual tickets for different destinations can be purchased but we made the decision to buy Hop on Hop off tickets which allowed us to see all the main sights. These cost 28 euros each for 48 hours. It was a good decison because on the first day we did the round trip which takes 1 hour 40 minutes so that we were clear about planning the following day when we would be stopping off at all the main sights. The best company is the red bus. Some tickets include entry to some of the sights. Again tickets can be purchased from the various kiosks or indeed from street vendors. Sights such as the Colosseum are walkable. On our return we again ordered a personal transfer which cost 15 euros each. Transfers can be arranged at the kiosks one of which is situated very close to the hotel. Collapse
Start to a long tour of Italy
Stay Date: 10/2016, Gene S wrote this review.
We started our 2 week tour of Italy by getting in a few days early and staying at the Hotel Diana. This is a very nice and modern hotel with a roof top bar and restaurant as its name implies. The hotel is conveniently located about 2 blocks from the… See more
We started our 2 week tour of Italy by getting in a few days early and staying at the Hotel Diana. This is a very nice and modern hotel with a roof top bar and restaurant as its name implies. The hotel is conveniently located about 2 blocks from the termini station. The lobby is large with several sitting areas where groups can gather as well as several attacted meeting rooms. Our room on the 4th floor was nice but had a few inherent issues. First, we were there in late October and the weather was nice but still warm. It seems that the AC units are there but not available for use after 6pm - exactly when we wanted it. Second, our room was on the main street which is pretty busy. Not a problem with the sound proof windows closed but then it would get too warm. The staff was friendly and helpful. The desk clerk helped with an airline luggage/language barrier issue the was much appreciated. In all we had a very good experience at the Hotel Diana in Rome. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, maryvanfleet wrote this review.
We stayed 3 nights at this hotel. It is a nice hotel, but very small. Our room on the 6th floor was street side, so it there was a lot of street noise. We had a small balcony with 2 chairs and a small table which was very nice. But, our friends had … See more
We stayed 3 nights at this hotel. It is a nice hotel, but very small. Our room on the 6th floor was street side, so it there was a lot of street noise. We had a small balcony with 2 chairs and a small table which was very nice. But, our friends had a room in back on the 5th floor and it was like being in a dungeon!!!! It was horrible!!! We had a king bed, which was two beds pushed together, so there was a large gap in the middle. The shower was literally 2' x 3'! Super, super small!!!! The roof top was nice, but they do not serve dinner until after 7:00 p.m. The breakfast buffett, was very nice. The food was hot and plentiful. I have been to Rome many times, so I would rate this hotel as "average". Collapse
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