Let’s start with the pluses
1. Next to Sapienza University. If this is your destination and reason for being in Rome, good for you.
2. Excellent reception desk. Good for checking in, checking out, and everything in between (e,g, maps, directions, etc.).
3. Nice room size. For any North American who complains about European mini room sizes, this one has good sized rooms. At least mine was (411, fourth floor).
4. Very nice breakfast buffet. Great start to the day.
5. Free tea, coffee, cold water, croissants during the day in the lobby.
The lesser qualities
1. Shabby neighborhood. Most buildings look slum-like. Dirty streets.
2. Dead in the evening. Once classes are over, everything closes down.
3. Breakfast could do with adding fresh vegetables.
4. Very slow elevators.
Overall, a nice surprise
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The BEST WESTERN Globus Hotel is in the immediate vicinity of the Policlinico Umberto Primo hospital and "La Sapienza" University of Rome.Well connected by underground and public transport to Rome Termini central railway station, and therefore with the city's airports and other areas, the hotel is close to the city centre. Many of the city's tourist attractions, including the Baths of Diocletian and Piazza della Repubblica are within walking distance of the BEST WESTERN Globus Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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