Hotel Giubileo

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Carlo Alberto 13, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Hotel Giubileo
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 13% higher than other 2 star hotels

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  • Solo100
  • Business40

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hotel giubileo near termini ?

by ckd999


Just booked a hotel in Rome for 4 days. Now I'm reading on this site and forum and see the Termini Area is not the best place to stay :S.

The hotel is called Giubileo in the via Carlo Alberto 13, very near to Santa Maria della Maggiore (700 meters from Terministation). Is this a bad place to stay / bad place at night ? Is it the "Termini Area" ?

Thanks a lot!

RE: hotel giubileo near termini ?

by Lacristina

One problem is that there is no definition of the area meant when someone says "Termini." By most definitions the Opera House, a great museum (Palazzo Massimo), and a five star hotel are within the Termini area, and should be avoided.

Forgive me if I quote from my Intro Page on Rome:

"VT member (and Rome guru) Ciambella is right. All of us who love Rome should have the following sentence at the beginning our our Rome pages. "There is nothing wrong with the area around Termini."

No, it's not elegant, yes a bit scruffy like most train station neighborhoods, but there are many reasonably priced hotels nearby. You don't need to be afraid. I have stayed in the Termini neighborhood myself many times. (There are a couple of streets with some really run-down hotels that I wouldn't recommend, on the far south-west side of Termini, on Via Giolitti, just past the car rental area.)

Of course, you should pay attention as you would in any other major city. There are pickpockets about at many tourist areas as well as the train station and airport."

I think all this advice applies here. I know the street you mention, though not the hotel. I even have a photo of the street here, in a tip about political demonstrations. It was taken from the steps in front of Santa Maria Maggiore as the parade marched down via Carlo Alberto.

In general, Rome is safer than most American cities, including my own. The biggest worry in Rome is pickpockets and that is much more likely to happen on a crowded bus or metro.

A more important question for me would be am I getting good value for my money at this hotel? What do the reviews say? Can I find a better hotel for the same money?

Have you checked reviews on or or here on VT? is a great place to start looking and comparing.


RE: RE: hotel giubileo near termini ?

by ckd999

Superb answer, thanks a lot !

RE: hotel giubileo near termini ?

by df53

I stayed on the same street last christmas in the Golden Tulip. While its perhaps not the best area in Rome I didnt think it was a bad place at all: excellent for getting to the train station and most of the major sites.

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The Metro, the best value in Rome

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Typical food and eat in the garden!

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Address: Via Carlo Alberto 13, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy