Diana Park Hotel

Address: Via Nemorense 56, Lazio, 00074, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Nemorense 56, Lazio, is near Appian Way, Castel Gandolfo, Genzano, and Fontana del Papa.
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        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Breakfast Available
        • Smoking rooms available
        • Free parking


        • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
        • Concierge desk
        • Banquet room
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Diana Park Hotel Lazio

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Lazio

        Rome by night

        A travel blog entry by laurennewton on Nov 11, 2015

        13 photos

        So tonight we got a couple of very special treats. It started with Davor (tour host) taking us on a private tour of Rome. It's started with a bus trip and then we got off and saw the Trevi fountain. I got to get right up close and personal and even threw in a couple of coins!!! Unfortunately my future husband did not appear right before me. :( we the. Continued on to walk around and find many hidden treasures of Rome. Before heading to s 5 course typical Italian meal. It's was delicious ...

        Wandering around,

        A travel blog entry by deb_and_john on Oct 09, 2015

        7 photos

        ... We have three keys; one for the street door, one for the apartment and one for our room. We have found it difficult to open each time but this time I didn't think we could get in and there were no staff here. We did manage to get in finally but rang Alessandro. He came on his motor bike about an hour later with a new key and it works fine. I asked him if he lives far away and he said 15 mins on his bike but more than an hour by car! ...

        A funny thing happened on the way to the Forum

        A travel blog entry by dabrowns on Oct 03, 2015

        5 comments, 10 photos

        ... halfway around the world on Grand Final Day? It was called the Flavian Ampitheatre when the Romans used it but it was renamed after the fall of the Roman empire after the statue of Colosseus outside the arena. Evidently, by what the guide said, social pecking order decided which gate you came through and where you were seated. The poorest romans sat at the very top of the structure on hard wooden benches and the further down you were seated and whether you got to ...


        A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 20, 2015

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... at 13 or 14 to men who were about 24 or 25. Jeanette asks us how we think most woman would have died. We respond correctly that this would have been in child birth. Most women got pregnant on average once per year. If they were lucky they survived enough multiple child births to get to about 20. The infant mortality rate was about 40 per cent.

        Jeanette says the average man lived to about 40, and 45 if he was really lucky. She asks us how we think most ...

        Vatican City

        A travel blog entry by nfannin on Jun 11, 2015

        ... printed out and our student ids. He gave us two tickets and we walked in. The Vatican Museum is huge and packed with tourists and large tour groups. It was worth seeing everything though. The Egyptian artifacts were cool and so were the works done by Rafael. The tapestry hall was my favorite. I also am happy that I can cross seeing the Sistine chapel off my bucketlist. After the museum we were super tired so we walked to Dolce Maniera which is a bakery Alexa recommended. It was amazing! ...