I recently stayed in this hotel and aside from the lack of variety in every day breakfast, I don't have any other negative comment about it. Room rate was good. The location is pretty much convenient, 5 to 10 minutes walking distance from Termini Station and from there you can get buses or metro to the historical landmarks. There are also restaurants, gelaterias, money exchange and supermarket nearby. The staff was kind and attentive.
wolfmcmlxxvii from Dubai
The Hotel Giubileo is a 2-star hotel located in the city centre of Rome -The hotel offers 20 guest rooms equipped with a …More
Our first trip to Rome, Italy and the staff were so patient with our questions. We asked for recommendations on transportation, things to see/do and restaurants and all met our expectations. Bathroom was a little bit small and I am petite. Breakfast was great with different varieties. Location close to the bus station that will take you to central Rome. Will definitely recommend this place.
Traveller from White Oak, Georgia
The charming Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel is located in Rome's lively San Lorenzo university district, only 1.5 km from …More
Hotel very close to Termini, which is a simple train journey from the Airport.. Given a free upgrade and the room was lovely. Aircon is one of my favorite things when its 35 degrees outside. We had a street facing room, which did suffer from the loudest trams you have ever heard... but to be honest it was bearable.
Bed was huge and toilet/shower was fantastic... plenty of hotel goodies, slippers, bathrobe, etc..
We didn't eat at the Hotel as there was so much to do and see outside.
Would definitely re-book this Hotel.... We stayed for 3 nights, but that just isn't enough to see everything in Rome.
Staff were friendly... We were warned by everyone about the street robbers, pick pockets and con artist... but to be honest, its a major city with many tourist... so just keep your wits about you.. don't take pictures with the gladiators... keep your valuables in the hotel room safe.. take only what you need on you.. and just be sensible...
Traveller from Slough
In the heart of the capital city, a few steps away from Termini Station, the new UNA Hotel Roma has 197 rooms with a style …More
Nice hotel, close to most of the attractions, bar the vatican. Also close to termini station, so easy transport in and out of rome. Breakfast choice was excellent, and presentation was superb
The nearby Alessio restaurant, recommended by hotel staff served fantastic food (book a table, because there is always a queue on the pavement waiting for one)
We (family of 4) had interconnecting rooms (nice). A couple of minor problems dealt with promptly and efficiently.
Downside - expensive cluttered bar area.
Rome’s central train station, Termini is the entry point to the city from Fiumicino Airport, and is an impressive modern architectural sight. Between here and glamorous Via Veneto, there are several interesting places to visit. The Palazzo Barberini is a superb baroque palace, the Terme di Diocleziano was the city’s largest bath complex and the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione is remarkable for its Capuchin monks’ crypt.