Hotel Diocleziano

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Gaeta 71, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Hotel Diocleziano
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Solo98
  • Business92

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Terme di Diocleziano

by sandysmith

The Baths of Diocletian were the biggest in Rome and had the same scheme as the Baths of Trajan and Baths of Caracalla; they could accommodate 3000 people at once. They were built in 298-306 by emperor Diocletian

Terme di Diocleziano

by meteorologist1

The Terme di Diocleziano (Diocletian Baths) are the complex which houses both the Museo Nazionale Romano and the basilica, which is called S. Maria degli Angeli. (thanks to alec74 for correcting me on this tip!)
The basilica is not as magnificent and big as the St.Peter's, but still very beautiful. Perfect place to have a quick tour if you have a limited amount of time in Rome. Not far from the train station at Piazza della Repubblica.

Metro/subway station: Repubblica or Termini.

Piazza della Repubblica

by meteorologist1

The Piazza della Repubblica is located near the train station (Termini). You will pass by it if you are walking from the train station to the attractions. It probably used to be historic, but now there's a hotel here along with a McDonald's. Terme di Diocleziano is also nearby.

Metro/subway station: Repubblica.

Heads up at Terme di Diocleziano

by von.otter

“Death and love are the two wings that bear the good man to heaven.”
— Michelangelo

Founded in 1889, the Museo Nazionale Romano (National Museum of Rome) is housed in three separate buildings, the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, the Palazzo Altemps, the Crypta Balbi and the Terme di Diocleziano. Only the Terme di Diocleziano and Palazzo Massimo alle Terme are within walking distance of each other. However, all three are worth a visit to see the treasures from the Ancient World and from the early Christian era that have been found within the city of Rome.

In 1561 Michelangelo transformed a portion of the late third century AD Baths of Diocletian (Terme di Diocleziano) into the Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli (Our Lady of the Angels). Buonarroti added a fine cloistered courtyard where these huge marble heads of a rhinoceros, two bulls, and an elephant can be found sprouting up from the boxwood hedges.

MUSEO TERME DI DIOCLEZIANO.

by breughel

The entrance to the museum of the Baths of Diocletian (Museo Nazionale Romano delle Terme di Diocleziano) is reached by the garden on the right side of the building.
The museum has 3 departments:

1° The Protohistory of the Latin people during the Bronze and Iron ages (12 - 6th c. BC) showing findings of several tombs of these periods. Spectacular are the arms of a Roman officer found in the "Tomb of the warrior of Lanuvium" as well as vessels and other objects from the necropolis of Fidene and Castiglione.

2° The Epigraphy or the study of inscriptions showing the birth and diffusion of the Latin language.

3° The Michaelangelo Cloister with sculptures and sarcophagi.

This museum, by its specific collections, is especially interesting for historians. Tourists will be more pleased to visit the museum of the Palazzo Massimo, just on the other side of the Piazza Cinquecento.

Open 9 - 19.45 h, Closed Monday, 1/01 and 25/12. Tickets office closes 1 hour before.

Price: Combined ticket for Terme di Diocleziano, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, valid during 3 days: 7 €, reduced 3,50 €, free for EU citizens less than 18 or more than 65 years old.

Very nice room, spectacular location, good service

by TripAdvisor Member Shusher

My wife and I spent two nights at the Hotel Diocleziano in mid-October, and had a very good experience there. It had obviously been recently remodeled, and our room (good-sized for a European hotel) was clean, quiet and comfortable. The bathroom included a jetted tub, which was very nice. The staff were very helpful, and the breakfast food was fresh and yummy, with a nice variety of offerings. Our only complaint about the room was that the phone had no instructions -- it was impossible to see what key rang the front desk, or how to make an outside call. But the helpful staff, the quality of the rooms and the unbeatable location (about a three-minute walk from Termini Station, and directly behind the Baths of Diocletian) made this a very happy stay overall. If we returned to Rome tomorrow, we'd stay there again without hesitation.

Fabulous weekend

by TripAdvisor Member ceska

Having just returned from the Diocleziano for 3 nights with 5 girlfriends I cannot recommend the hotel highly enough. As previous reviews have mentioned the staff are extremely friendly, speak good english and are very helpful. The rooms were very clean and comfortable and breakfast was nicely served in the restaurant. The location close to Termini but in a quiet back street is perfect as all buses in Rome seem to come to Termini at some point. I was at the back of the hotel and have no complaints but I was told that there was some noise from street cleaners early in the morning but you would get that anywhere in the city.
Overall a lovely weekend in pleasant surroundings, I would definitely stay here again.

Just as expected!

by TripAdvisor Member sunflowerBarcelona

We selected this hotel for our stay in Rome (Dec 29th to Jan 2nd) based in the reviews posted in TripAdvisor. We found exactly what we expected, the Diocleziano is a good hotel with kind and professional staff. The rooms are comfortable, new and extremely clean and soft drinks are provided for free in the mini bar. The only small fault I found in the standard room is the shower door that was too close to the toilet, which may cause a little problem for a person of a certain size. As a summary, it is a very good hotel if you want to stay near the Termini station, however you need to know that you must be aware of the starlings at night, they can ruin your walk to Termini from the hotel!

Great hotel value

by TripAdvisor Member Hammer22

The hotel is located in a very quiet location near the Termini station. It has been recently renovated so it is essentially brand new. The hotel is extremely clean and the free breakfast is excellent.

Stay here when in Rome

by TripAdvisor Member Edward-Richards

The hotel is located in a quiet street but close to the Termini. Quick and easy to find after a long journey. The warm welcome and efficient explanation of the hotel facilities and the city sites together with a map was excellent. The gentleman on the front desk spoke good english and had experience in a London hotel. He was our first contact via the e-mail and everything was conducted efficiently but also friendly and without a hitch.
The room was clean and well presented with good quality fixtures and fitting. The maid service maintained this standard during our stay (4 nights). Nothing other than delighted. It was a little warm but the air-con was easy to operate and responded well. I recommend the jacuzzi. It revives the feet after a long days sight seeing.
Breakfast was great. All clean sharp and well presented as was the attentive assistant. The variety and quality of the food was as good as anywhere I have stayed.
On the morning of our departure we could leave our luggage secure at the hotel whilst we went out for a last venture into the city. Checking out was quick simple and again friendly/cordial. Our stay was flawless and I commend this hotel to you. At the risk of embarassing the staff I would say all those that we met were friendly, helpfull and generally first class.
English late 40s professional couple.

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Tickets

by Margarita17

Hi there:

I will be in Rome on June 9-13th with my friend. We would like to see all the usual tourist spots but I would like a heads up if we need to purchase any tickets online for the tourist attractions ahead of time to save on line-ups.

I realize that Rome is especially popular now with our new pope and all, so I thought we could purchase some online tickets.

Any info on Rome would be great help too.

Thanks a million.
Maria/VT

RE: RE: Tickets

by jmhenry1123

When you arrive you might want to arrange a visit to the Villa Borghese museum. They limit the number of people that pass through the museum each day.

RE: Tickets

by ROHOSAFI

Dear VT Friend,
I hope yo are doing good.
Well the following are some few site where Iam sure you will get what you are looking for.

http://www.affiliate.viator.com/brochure/ed_PRODUCT_results.jsp?CITY=ROME&L=MOSTPOP&AUID=3068

http://www.weekendaroma.com/faq.php

http://www.weekendaroma.com/

http://www.ticketeria.it/ticketeria/borghese-eng.asp

http://www.tickitaly.com/tickets/ticket-booking.php

http://www.romeguide.it/index2.php?p=altemps

Since Rome is a town rich of interesting sights, no time is enough to see all of them hence I recomend you to visit the following:

1.Piazza Della Repiblica & Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri alle Terme di Diocleziano

2.Piazza venezia

3.The Roman Forum

4.The Coliseum

5.Spanish Steps

6.Trevi Fountain

7.The Pantheon & Piazza Navona

8.Strolling around Campo de' Fiore

9.The Vatican,St Peter's Square, Michelangelo's Pieta and the Sistine Chapel

I wish you all the best.
Hope to meet you for a cup of coffe.
Ciao!!!!!!
Rgards.
Amaa


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 Hotel Diocleziano

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Address: Via Gaeta 71, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy