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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Diocleziano Rome
In einem Wort: Klasse!!!!
Wir haben Ende Juni 2006 hier fünf Nächte verbracht. Wenn man am Termini Hauptbahnhof ankommt ist alles etwas schmutzig und stinkig, aber wenn man mal die Straße überquert und zum Hotel an der ruhigen Seitenstraße gelangt, ist alles wieder gut.
Wie schon erwähnt wurde dieses Hotel renoviert. Man fühlt sich also wie in einem brandneuen Hotel. Das Zimmer und Bad waren sehr schön und es gab genügend Platz. Es wird jeden Tag geputzt. Man hat einen Fernseher mit 10 italienischen Kanälen und BBC World, also ein englischsprachiger Sender, aber hey, man ist ja schließlich in Rom....;-)
Es gibt im Zimmer einen kleinen Kühlschrank mit Cola, Fanta, Saft, Limo und Wasser, was man jeden Tag umsonst trinken kann, am nächsten Morgen füllt das Reinigungspersonal wieder auf, das ist auch ein netter Service. Das Frühstück ist nichts Herausragendes, aber alles war man braucht mit dem Kaffee oder Cappuccino, wenn man will. Eine sehr nette Frau fragt einen jeden Morgen, welchen Kaffee man gerne trinken möchte. Wie auch vom Hotel behauptet liegt der Termini Bahnhof zu Fuß nur 3 Minuten entfernt, von wo aus die Metro und alle Busse abfahren. Meistens sind wir zu Fuß gelaufen, aber man kann auch die Nummer 40 Express zum Piazza Pia nehmen, um alle Hauptsehenswürdigkeiten zu erreichen. Ein Fahrschein kostet pro Person 1€ und man kann diese am Zeitungsstand kaufen. Eine gute Art um herrauszufinden "wo", wo man istollte man die offenen 110 Busse nehmen, die einen auf einer 2 stündigen Rundtour zu allen Attraktionen fahren. Eine gute Idee, um von der Stadt einen ersten Eindruck zu bekommen, die Tickets kosten 13 EUR aber das lohnt sich.
Wir haben unseren Aufenthalt in Rom absolut genossen und fanden das Hotel Diocleziano mit seinem netten und freundlichen Personal klasse. Wir mal Zeit, das Hotel in der Bewertungsskala Roms zu verbessern...;-) Viel Spaß in Bella Roma!!!!
Like mamy users of these reviews, I try to avoid having my short holidays spoiled by selecting the wrong hotel and I read quite a few reviews before selecting Hotel Diocleziano.
I spent two nights there and I was really pleased with this hotel - recently renovated - opened 5 months ago - it looks just like in the photos - rooms were spotless - breakfeast was very good - staff were very helpful - I booked a Superior room - the jacuzzi-type bath is very nice having spent a long day strolling around Rome
Location is very convenient - just a few minutes walk from Station - drop off your bags and off you go - same when you leave - collect your bags - short walk to station - hop on your Train to the airport, 30 minutes later you are there and ready to check in - couldn't be easier.
Probaly writing this reviw will make it harder to get a room next time - but anyway they deserve a good review.
Just one word: GREAT!!!!!!
Spend 5 nights there end of June 2006. When you reach the Termini Main Train Station everything´s a bit dirty and smelly, but when you cross the street and reach the hotel in a quiet side-street everything´´s fine again. As mentioned the hotel is renovated. So you feel like living in a brand new hotel. The room and the bathroom were very nice, enough space as well. It`s cleaned every day. You`ve got a tv there, about 10 italian channels and bbc world, so only one english speaking channel, but hey-you`re in Rome.... ;-) There`s a small fridge in the room with coke, fanta, juice, soda and water in it, which you can drink for free every day, the next morning the cleaning staff fills it up again, so very nice service as well. The breakfast is nothing special, but all you need with the coffee or cappucino you like. A very friendly woman asks you every morning which coffee you like to drink. As mentioned from the hotel it`s only a 3 minute or so walk to Termin Station where the Metro and all the buses can be used. Most of the time we walked but you can use the No. 40 Express to Piazza Pia to reach all the main sights. A ticket costs you 1€ per person-you can buy them at newspaper stands. A good way to discover "where you are" is to use the open 110 busses which take you to all the main sights in a 2 hour trip. A good thing to get a first impression of the city, tickets cost you 13 Euro, but it``s worth it. So we absolutely enjoyed our stay in Rome and loved the Hotel Diocleziano with the nice and friendly staff. Time to bring the Hotel up in the Rome-Ranking... ;-) have fun in bella roma!!!!
New, Clean and Convenient Location
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Diocleziano for 4 nights (22nd-26th June).
It was completely refurbished in Jan06 and so everything was new.
It is in a good location next to the Termini station (about 3 min walk) but the area itself isnt very nice.
The rooms are on the small side but they are kept very clean and there is a free minibar in the room as well.
The breakfast selection isnt vast but it has all the main breakfast foods - cereals, bread, fruit, yoghurt etc and it was all fresh.
The guys at the reception were always helpful and polite.
Overall the hotel was excellent.
When we first walked up via Gaeta to the hotel, we were a bit concerned because we were nearing the end of the street and we could see scaffolding outside what we thought was it. However, there was nothing to worry about. This hotel has been recently built and our room was wonderful, lots of space and nicely finished. We stayed here for our last night in Rome and were hoping to just chill out and relax in comfort and it provided just that. Breakfast the next morning was a nice buffet with a wide variety of choices. The hotel is also in a good location near the Termini station.
PS. The scaffolding was for the hotel next door which seems to be in the process of being renovated but there is no resulting noise problem or disruption in the Hotel Diocleziano.
Loved the Hotel Diocleziano! Great new hotel near the termini.
My husband and I stayed for 5 nights at the hotel Diocleziano.
The service there was wonderful.
The photos of the room on expedia are accurate.
We had booked a double room and received a king sized bed, which was wonderful, but the mattress was very firm.
The room was very clean, spacious and everything seemed new.
The front desk advised us that the mini bar drinks were free, which we took advantage of, and it was restocked daily.
The bathroom was a nice size although I was not used to the way the shower was set up. It was a raised platform with a shower curtain- which kind of stuck to you when taking a shower. I usually got water on the floor. The water pressure was great and there was lots of hot water. Overall the set up was much better than my hotel in Paris in which I had a tub but the shower glass only covered half of the tub.
The breakfast there is wonderful, they even have scrambled eggs with bacon- it was very tasty.
The Hotel is a few minutes walking distance from the termini (take a back road next to the baths), you do not need to catch a cab unless you have a lot of luggage. We made the mistake in taking a taxi who took advantage of us not being familiar with the area, we ended up paying 20 euro and the ride lasted around 20 minutes- it was a fun ride though as the driver pointed out some sites to see and he was a crazy roman driver.
I loved this hotel a lot although i wish i had now stayed closer to the spanish steps area (not the hotels fault- of course).
Overall if you are looking for a hotel near the termini station this is a great option!!
Beautiful days in Rome
I stayed 2 nights with my wife at this hotel after reading Tripadvisor reviews. Every word is true. Hotel is in a good and quit location, Close to the Metro in the City Center. People at the reception were very friendly and helpful. Rooms was vey nice and when we arrived there was a free welcome coffee. The Diocleziano is a new hotel in Rome, it have about 35 rooms, i think our room was the best with a private terrace facing the Diocleziano ruins: a beautiful view! The breakfast was very good to.
Nice petite hotel in Rome
As this was my first trip to Rome, i did all of my planning and selecting of hotels/restaurants online. In the past, i have had very bad luck sometimes with selecting a hotel online, so i was fearful that Diocleziano might not be as nice as it seemed. However, upon arrival, all fears were dispersed. We arrived at the hotel at 9:30 am (having taken an overnight flight the night prior) to drop our bags off. Much to my suprise, they had our room ready! It was wonderful to be able to go immediatly to our room and relax a bit. The room was a nice size, extremely clean, great windowlight, full bathtub and free minibar. Very comfortable. When we had questions, the staff were all very attentive and helpful. Our room was cleaned thoroughly each day. The hotel was in a great location in the historic center of Rome. The metro is right out the front door. I loved staying at the Diocleziano, and would certainly return.
Good hotel in Rome!
Trying to find a hotel in Rome was harder than I expected, I didn't realize that just staying for one night was expensive almost everywhere I looked until I found the Diocleziano. The room was very clean, staff was very nice and there was free american breakfast which was good. I would definetely reccomend this hotel.
A new hotel in roma
I was in Rome for business and my office booked for me the Hotel Diocleziano, a new four stars hotel in Rome city center, near the Termini Station and the airport train transfer.
Diocleziano is a very nice new hotel, my room was large and confortable and i paid about € 140,00 for one night including american breakfast. People in the hotel was very kind and helpful. I think this is the best value for money I ever had in Rome.
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... to do so we couldn’t linger there. On we went to Monteriggione- a look only at this walled medieval city, and then the highly recommended San Gimignano ( I have to check the spelling of every time I write it). Seeing the silhouette of San Gimmy from a distance leads you to believe that you are glimpsing a 20th century city complete with skyscrapers. The illusion is due to the fact that between the 12th and 13th centuries, rival wealthy families took to tower ...
... though using my moms technique of draping an old blue and white table cloth over it.
Caio until next time!
Things I have learned in Rome so far:
1) Park where ever you please....even on the side walk
2) you have to ask for the check
3) ALWAYS look both ways
4) Italians don't use paper towels
5) Bring your own bag to the store
6) Don't make eye contact with men...unless you want it
Pictures to come!!!