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Gioberti Hotel

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Needed a one-night stay that was close to Termini and had a good experience here. The staff was pleasant and the hotel was clean and comfortable. Would stay here again.

I loved this hotel for it's location, level of quiet in a very noisy part of the city, and it's very comfy bed! Great little respite on our way back to the the USA.

Very nice hotel right next to Termini. They upgraded our room for free. Big double bed, spaious room, flat tv, minibar with wate, wifi good. Breakfast was ok. Helpful staff. I recommend.

First, this hotel is not in the greatest area of Rome. It's right near the train station, which is nice, but it starts to seem pretty skeezy at night. When we checked in and got up to our room, we couldn't believe that this place is considered to be 4 stars. First, the rooms are super empty. There was even some kind of desk/table/stand thing that looked like it should have had something on it and it didn't. Nothing in this place seemed quality of any nature. The beds were more like pieces of plywood, there was mold growing on the ceiling by the vent, and the bathroom seemed kind of disgusting as well. Also, there's no free wifi. In your room, you can hook up your laptop with an Ethernet cord, but given that we just had cell phones, that didn't really work for us. If you want to use wifi, you can only use it in the common areas of the hotel, not your room, and you have to pay to use it. We ended up spending maybe an hour checked into this hotel before we walked around and found a way nicer one to stay in. Not worth the money at all.

Besides having the most convenient location one block from the train station, the hotel was a great value. Super clean rooms, a wonderful breakfast and very nice staff. Only problem I had was the wifi provided. Free service was only 30 minutes every 12 hours. I would definitely stay here again.

I really like the breakfast menu, was very good food . The bedroom it's little small but clean that's very important.

Convenient location for connecting with Metro, buses and trains. Very clean but modest hotel, with an attentive staff. Standard room has no frills. Comfortable, firm mattress. English TV is limited to news; movies limited to Adult offerings. Decent breakfast 7-10 AM--well stocked continental style plus eggs/ham daily...pleasant dining area for breakfast. Typical neighborhood around a major transportation hub. As first time to Rome visitors, close to transportation worked very well. Most days hotel was just a place to shower and sleep--focus was to be easily out and about--in Rome and day trip by train out of Rome--from breakfast until after dinner and in that regard, hotel worked out OK. This hotel is not atypical of what we've seen as 4 star billing--a notch above a chain, express hotel in the US.

This hotel was conveniently located right next to the train/subway system. It made it very easy to get around.

The hotel is one block from the main train station in Rome, which made it ideal for a quick visit and easy access to the airport train. This four-star hotel was well apointed, clean, with very ample room size. From this location, major tourist attractions were within walking distance, and having the metro as an option was great after a long day of walking. BUT, upon check-out I learned that I had to pay a Rome city tax that was NOT included in the [...]price. For a 4-star hotel, it's 3 Euros PER PERSON PER NIGHT. So, for two people for three nights, that was 27 Euros (roughly US$40). It would be helpful if on-line portals like [...]made travelers aware of this tax in advance to avoid check-out surprises.

This is a very recently renovated hotel near the Rome train station. The staff are very helpful. The rooms are clean and well appointed. There is a flat screen TV and internet. The tourist attractions are a short bus ride away. Breakfast included eggs, hams, cheeses, and danishes.

I have stayed at Hotel Gioberti 3 times because of its great location to the train and bus stations.

Room options

Deluxe Double or Twin Room

Twin 3 | Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Superior Double or Twin Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Gioberti Hotel

Everyone (2) Couples (7) Family (2)
4

convenient to termini station

Everyone

Needed a one-night stay that was close to Termini and had a good experience here. The staff was pleasant and the hotel was clean and comfortable. Would stay here again.

By , from Orlando, FL, USA on Sep 20, 2017

5

great location to the stazione.

Everyone

I loved this hotel for it's location, level of quiet in a very noisy part of the city, and it's very comfy bed! Great little respite on our way back to the the USA.

By , from Santa Cruz, CA. on Jul 24, 2016

4

great central hotel

Couples

Very nice hotel right next to Termini. They upgraded our room for free. Big double bed, spaious room, flat tv, minibar with wate, wifi good. Breakfast was ok. Helpful staff. I recommend.

By , from Budapest on May 30, 2016

1

don't spend your money on this place.

Couples

First, this hotel is not in the greatest area of Rome. It's right near the train station, which is nice, but it starts to seem pretty skeezy at night. When we checked in and got up to our room, we couldn't believe that this place is considered to be 4 stars. First, the rooms are super empty. There was even some kind of desk/table/stand thing that looked like it should have had something on it and it didn't. Nothing in this place seemed quality of any nature. The beds were more like pieces of plywood, there was mold growing on the ceiling by the vent, and the bathroom seemed kind of disgusting as well. Also, there's no free wifi. In your room, you can hook up your laptop with an Ethernet cord, but given that we just had cell phones, that didn't really work for us. If you want to use wifi, you can only use it in the common areas of the hotel, not your room, and you have to pay to use it. We ended up spending maybe an hour checked into this hotel before we walked around and found a way nicer one to stay in. Not worth the money at all.

By on Oct 24, 2015

4

best value in great location

Couples

Besides having the most convenient location one block from the train station, the hotel was a great value. Super clean rooms, a wonderful breakfast and very nice staff. Only problem I had was the wifi provided. Free service was only 30 minutes every 12 hours. I would definitely stay here again.

By on Nov 20, 2013

4

great expirience

Couples

I really like the breakfast menu, was very good food . The bedroom it's little small but clean that's very important.

By on Jun 4, 2013

2

convenient to transportation

Couples

Convenient location for connecting with Metro, buses and trains. Very clean but modest hotel, with an attentive staff. Standard room has no frills. Comfortable, firm mattress. English TV is limited to news; movies limited to Adult offerings. Decent breakfast 7-10 AM--well stocked continental style plus eggs/ham daily...pleasant dining area for breakfast. Typical neighborhood around a major transportation hub. As first time to Rome visitors, close to transportation worked very well. Most days hotel was just a place to shower and sleep--focus was to be easily out and about--in Rome and day trip by train out of Rome--from breakfast until after dinner and in that regard, hotel worked out OK. This hotel is not atypical of what we've seen as 4 star billing--a notch above a chain, express hotel in the US.

By on May 28, 2013

4

review

Families

This hotel was conveniently located right next to the train/subway system. It made it very easy to get around.

By on May 8, 2012

4

great location near termini

Couples

The hotel is one block from the main train station in Rome, which made it ideal for a quick visit and easy access to the airport train. This four-star hotel was well apointed, clean, with very ample room size. From this location, major tourist attractions were within walking distance, and having the metro as an option was great after a long day of walking. BUT, upon check-out I learned that I had to pay a Rome city tax that was NOT included in the [...]price. For a 4-star hotel, it's 3 Euros PER PERSON PER NIGHT. So, for two people for three nights, that was 27 Euros (roughly US$40). It would be helpful if on-line portals like [...]made travelers aware of this tax in advance to avoid check-out surprises.

By on May 29, 2011

5

very quiet, newly renovated hotel

Couples

This is a very recently renovated hotel near the Rome train station. The staff are very helpful. The rooms are clean and well appointed. There is a flat screen TV and internet. The tourist attractions are a short bus ride away. Breakfast included eggs, hams, cheeses, and danishes.

By on Mar 31, 2011