Hotel Diana

Via Principe Amedeo 4, 00185 Rome, Italy
4 reviews

This hotel is a bit on the older side so it has, unfortunately, a slightly dingy feel. It didn’t have that totally hyper-clean sterile feeling, but then on the other hand it wasn’t the cleanest hotel I’ve ever stayed in. That said, the people at the desk were super sweet and genuine. There was a homey sense to the room. ...

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    0.14 mi

    Piazza della Repubblica

    0.14 mi from Hotel Diana
    41 reviews

    Definitely go at night when it is just eerily beautiful to behold. Roman grandeur writ very large. And it's a lot of fun too, especially navigating the crowds and climbing the steps.

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    0.06 mi

    Museo Nazionale Romano

    0.06 mi from Hotel Diana
    6 reviews

    Near Termini, a visit here was the perfect choice for me on a cool rainy Roman day. Wow was I pleasantly surprised! Not only do they have TWO amazing Greek bronzes (really rare, and I was disappointed that the Boxer was at the Met in NYC during my visit) but they also have an eye-opening collection of Roman mosaics. The ...

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    0.25 mi

    Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri

    0.25 mi from Hotel Diana
    5 reviews

    Step through the unassuming entrance to this amazing church located in a building that used to house Roman baths. You will be greeted by a grand dome topped with an incredible stained glass image of the solar system. Inside, you can admire the old meridian which, until the mid 1800s, was used to set the clocks in Rome.

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    0.19 mi

    Santa Pudenziana

    0.19 mi from Hotel Diana
    2 reviews

    Santa Pudenziana is probably the oldest Christian church in Rome. It doesn’t look interesting at all from the outside, and inside it’s pretty plain, but the main attraction here are the 4th century mosaics (they have been restored). The mosaics (considered to be the oldest in Rome) are very impressive and colorful, they depict some religious scene. It’s worth a ...

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    0.16 mi

    St Paul's Within the Walls

    0.16 mi from Hotel Diana
    1 review

    A must see its amazing

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    0.22 mi

    Context Travel Tours Rome

    0.22 mi from Hotel Diana
    1 review

    We have taken many Context Travel tours in Europe and the USA. In Rome, they have been great for visiting the Vatican, where there is so much stuff, the docents help you focus on what is important and skip the rest. Or the Coliseum and Imperial Forums, where background information about ancient Roman history helps to understand what you are ...

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    0.08 mi

    Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma

    0.08 mi from Hotel Diana
    1 review

    Used mainly for opera and ballet performances, the Teatro dell’Opera is also known, albeit to a less degree, as the Constanzi Theatre after the contractor who built it, Domenico Costanzi. Neo-Renaissance in design, the theatre was opened on 27th November 1880 with a performance of Semiramide by Gioachino Rossini, conducted by Giovanni Rossi, which was attended by the Italian royal ...

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    Opera House

    0.08 mi from Hotel Diana
    2 reviews

    Rome's Teatro dell'Opera is a lovely opera house. I wish I could say the same for the art here. The last thing I saw was a tribute to Diaghilev's Ballets Russes. The sets were gorgeous, the dancing less so. The 80 year old Carla Fracci took it upon herself to play the sexy nymph in Nijinsky's Afternoon of a Faun. ...

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    0.75 mi from Hotel Diana
    507 reviews

    Legacy of barbarism aside, this is just majestic. Simply incredible to behold! There is a reason why this is rightly one of the moderns of the world. Do not miss.

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    0.72 mi

    Trevi Fountain

    0.72 mi from Hotel Diana
    398 reviews

    Throw some coins, make a wish... Marcello Mastroianni was once there.

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    0.72 mi

    Via dei Fori Imperiali

    0.72 mi from Hotel Diana
    22 reviews

    A walk through the Roman forum is two feeling simultaneously. First there's the sense of awe at being in the epicenter of ancient Roman culture. Here was held Caesar's funeral and here the Romans chased out their last king. At the same time there's a sadness in that much of the forum is an incomprehensible jumble of random columns and ...

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  • 12
    0.73 mi

    Spanish Steps

    0.73 mi from Hotel Diana
    164 reviews

    One of the most famous landmarks in Rome and although I don't find this particular historical site the most interesting thing Rome has to offer, it is impressive.

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    0.91 mi

    Piazza del Campidoglio

    0.91 mi from Hotel Diana
    30 reviews

    This piazza is fun to explore, and there is always a vibrant crowd of tourists, government officials and people just looking to get some fresh air. The best time to come here is on the weekends when official business is generally light. This is a great piazza for the kids to walk around and see the different statues, buildings and ...

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    0.84 mi

    Arch of Constantine

    0.84 mi from Hotel Diana
    83 reviews

    When I visited Rome, the Arch of Constantine was under restoration; however, it didn't stop us from taking photos of it. It was erected in 315 AD by the Roman senate to commemorate Constantine's victory over Maxentius in the Battle of Milvian Bridge. It's one of a few triumphal arches left in the city. It has 3 archways and is ...

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  • 15
    0.81 mi

    Roman Forum

    0.81 mi from Hotel Diana
    175 reviews

    I can only imagine that a crack addict would be the only type of person on earth more excited about old rocks than I. A trip to the Foro Romano is cheap, running somewhere under 10 euros, and includes admission to the Colosseo and Palatino. The only downside is that you really need a guide to show you the meaning ...

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    0.49 mi

    Piazza Barberini

    0.49 mi from Hotel Diana
    3 reviews

    Piazza Barberini lies at the foot of several Roman streets, among them Via Barberini, Via Sistina, and Via Vittorio Veneto. Bernini's Fountain of the Triton (Fontana del Tritone).

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  • 17
    0.84 mi

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    0.84 mi from Hotel Diana
    43 reviews

    Nicknamed in Rome as the wedding cake, the monument to the first king of Italy is famous for the breathtaking view from the roof terrace! Prices Elevator: € 7 (reduced tickets € 3,50) Opening time: Mon-Thur 9:30 AM - 5:45 PM; Fri-Sun 9:30 AM - 6:45 PM

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  • 18
    0.69 mi

    Trinità dei Monti

    0.69 mi from Hotel Diana
    4 reviews

    Great place to watch the sunset in Rome. The drawback is that it can get a bit crowded with all the tourists and people hawking their wares. There is an elevator from the Spagna metro stop to the top for those that might have issues climbing all the stairs. It is worth climbing up for some decent panoramas of the ...

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  • 19
    0.71 mi

    Piazza di Spagna

    0.71 mi from Hotel Diana
    112 reviews

    at the foot of the Spanish Steps and at the beginning of the main shopping street, the Piazza di Spagna is almost always filled with people: hanging out, taking in the sun, being tourists...I like the energy here. If I wasn't so busy heading off to shopping, I would stop by here to just be, too.

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    0.85 mi

    Piazza Venezia

    0.85 mi from Hotel Diana
    85 reviews

    Molto ariosa, soleggiata, mondana e trafficata. Certo un po' dispiace per gli sventramenti ottocenteschi, ma il risultato finale è buono. Uno dei punti elementari da vedere a Roma. Questa famosa piazza sorge alla base del Campidoglio ed ospita il monumentale "Altare Della Patria". Il gigantesco edificio che la domina è costruito interamente in marmo, nel quale spiccano diverse statue in ...

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