We stayed 5 nights over the Easter school holidays , 3 of us (grandma, mum, daughter). Room was clean, comfortable, and small (this is however typical for italy). Bathroom was clean and small. Room had a mini bar - and the things in it were complimentary - each day we received free waters, and soft drinks - a nice surprise.
Cupboard space was ample, though a few more hangers would have been useful.
Bright and fresh room - warm, when we needed it to be at night, and we could open the windows easily to air during the day.
Breakfast included was great: juices, pastries, toast, fruits, some cooked items (scrambled eggs). The breakfast staff were very friendly, and brought tea or coffee quickly. Bright breakfast room, nice atmosphere.
Reception staff were very friendly and helpful - giving us directions and advice, and generally being welcoming and concerned. Other staff were also friendly. Lovely atmosphere.
slight drawback was the location - in that we needed to catch a bus to get into the parts of Rome we wanted to visit - this was ok in the morning, but in the evening the buses were quite full - having said this though the bus trip was quick about 10-15 minutes depending on time of day.
We had great fun exploring the Forum, Colliseum, Vatican, and the squares and fountains. Campo di Fiori was fun to eat in during the evening, sitting outside (but be warned the prices there are geared for tourists and are very high - we found they were about 3 times the price of a similar meal that we had in a restaurant in Trasterveri).
The hotel was well located in a street set a couple of roads back from the main bus stop and station, round the corner from the recently opened Diocletian baths, that we enjoyed walking round. It is in the side street - and quiet in terms of almost no cars coming past - this meant we slept very well, and could open the windows without breathing in fumes.
we had a fabulous week, and the hotel was friendly and welcoming.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucked in a quiet street, just behind the Diocletian Baths, the Hotel Diocleziano is a haven in the hustle and bustle of Rome's city centre! Just a 5 minute walk from Termini Train Station, the main bus routes and the metro lines A and B, Hotel Diocleziano is the perfect starting point for discovering the Eternal City. All our 35 rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi connection and daily restocked mini-bar - completely free! Not to mention the complimentary gym and sauna, where guests can relax after a busy day sightseeing. And if you are lucky enough to find it available, make sure you book the Deluxe Room. Its spacious terrace, overlooking the ruins of the Diocletian Baths, is a private window to History... If you are looking for a cosy and relaxing 4-star hotel, with a friendly multilingual staff, happy to cater to all your needs 24/7, then you might just have found your place in downtown Rome! Diocleziano STAFF ... more less
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