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Best Western Globus Hotel

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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.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Children's television networks
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Baggage storage
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Vending machine
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
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Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Desk
Housekeeping
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
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Safe
Telephone
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Non-smoking rooms
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3.0 of 5 stars
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Family
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English, French, Spanish, German and 1 more
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Seamus wrote a review 16 Apr
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Not sure why some people are leaving bad reviews. Some people are just miserable. The hotel is spot on. Fridge in the room and a balcony. You get what you pay for and all is absolutely fine. Its clean with a nice powerful shower etc! You will need to be familiarise yourself with using transport. Metro is best as it is a 7 min walk away and it can take you anywhere. The hotel isn't central but central Rome hotels are about £70 extra per night. Would also add breakfast as it is cheap but is actually really good. Sausage and bacon not great but everything else is amazing. Would highly recommend. Just familiarise yourself with transport and be comfortable to walk! Rome is a city that requires lots of it as we did 20k steps a day.
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Date of stay: April 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Inspiration563118 wrote a review 13 Apr
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I was really hesitant to visit this hotel due to some of the negative reviews BUT I can honestly say we had a great stay! Yes, it’s about 4km from the city centre but the main train terminal and metro are about a 5 -10 minute walk from it. The rooms were clean, the breakfast was a typical continental type breakfast with scrambled eggs, bacon and sausage, a range of pastries, bread etc and the service was good. It is in the university area of Rome so busy at night but we really had a good stay. We also ate at a lovely little Italian restaurant nearby. Overall, a good stay and I will think twice before I believe negative reviews!
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Date of stay: April 2024
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Emma K wrote a review 1 Apr
Newport, United Kingdom2 contributions
We booked a triple room, was plenty big enough for us, although there wasn't really anywhere to put empty suitcases. The room was clean and comfortable. Air con didn't really work though, so it was a little warm and it would have been nice if there was seating on the balcony as we would have used it more if that was the case. The fridge and kettle were a useful addition. Breakfast could have done with more vegan options, there was no soya milk or spread, but we were able to get things from the local lidl (about 10 mins walk away) to take down with us. There was plenty of fruit and we noticed on an allergen list that there were vegan cornetti, however we had to ask a member of staff to point this out to us as the item itself wasn't labelled. My 12 year old loved the cornetti and ate 5 at our first breakfast. During our stay staff were there when we needed them but not intrusive. It was easy enough to get into rome Policlinico metro was about 5 mins walk away and it was easy to purchase tickets at only 1.50 euros. We liked 'pizza dai cinque' across the road to pick up a quick bite to eat, they also usually had at least 3 cheeseless vegan options which were very tasty. You do occasionally hear sirens but I can't say we really noticed it all that much and it was a lots quieter than being in the centre of Rome. All in all a very good place to stay for the money.
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Date of stay: March 2024
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Georgina I wrote a review Mar 2024
Cottingham, United Kingdom11 contributions3 helpful votes
We were told on arrival that we’d been upgraded. If this room is deluxe, I dread to think what it must be like in the standard rooms. The walls are paper thin. I have never stayed in a room where the occupants of the adjacent rooms are keeping you awake by using their shower. The noise the water makes is deafening- it’s as if your neighbours are using your bathroom. You can hear EVERYTHING. The room itself is a decent size but there is NO storage. Literally none. We have a rail and a large shelf underneath; all our clothes are out on display like a jumble sale. There is a safe to use free of charge, which is a bonus. There is a TV but no international channels like BBC World News, which is odd in a hotel in a capital city. The kettle is tiny: be careful you don’t overfill it as it boils over. Good selection of teas and coffees and bottled water available in the fridge. The room is clean and the bed linen is good but the pillows are firm verging on hard. We have been able to open our window, which is just as well as the air con is not working. The hotel is a good 15 minute walk from Roma Termini but there is a metro station nearby. The location is strange: surrounded by hospitals. You are constantly serenaded by ambulance sirens. There is also a steep flight of steps to get to Reception: it wasn’t easy hauling my case up those, and I’m not sure there was an accessible alternative. We were told on booking that this hotel has a spa. No idea where that is, as we haven’t been able to find it. The breakfast room is below ground level but bright enough. The food selection was not bad- mostly continental breakfast fare, a few hot food items and a good selection of cake and pastries. There doesn’t appear to be a bar in the hotel, which is odd. There are lots of bars and cafes in the vicinity but very few restaurants. Would not recommend for a leisure stay. This is only our second night but I can’t imagine our view will change. You really should be able to count on a decent night’s sleep in a Best Western hotel. Disappointing.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Gary P wrote a review Mar 2024
Cleethorpes, United Kingdom11 contributions3 helpful votes
Dated hotel with paper thin walls, old Ill fitting windows in a very noisy busy location. Hotel claims to be air conditioned. This is a lie. It does not work whatsoever. Because it’s so noisy outside you need the windows closed which makes the rooms stuffy and hot. This is March so God knows what it’s like in the summer. Walls are so thin you can hear conversations next door and TV playing. Hardly any sockets to charge phones. Breakfast is adequate. They ran out of coffee cups this morning. No menus for dinner. You have to scan a QR code.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Kim J wrote a review Mar 2024
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Clean and tidy hotel, good location only 10 minute walk to main Tremini for trains, buses and underground. Breakfast not the best, staff ok but not overly welcoming, biggest downside is how uncomfy the beds were, we had 3 double rooms and a quadruple and all were the same, rock hard, maybe ok for a weekend but we stayed for a week and it’s certainly wasn’t a comfy sleep after long days out seeing the sights. Also bear in mind you have city tax to pay on check in, approx £150 per room
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Date of stay: March 2024
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Hayley61 wrote a review Mar 2024
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Very disappointed. We went in March and it wasn't really hot but the room was very hot. We tried to get the air-conditioning to work but it didn't. I went to the reception to ask about it but was told we didn't have air-conditioning, even though the hotel advertised it with it. We have had to have the window open all night to try and keep cooler, which is really noisy. In all honesty I would not recommend this hotel. It must be unbearable in the summer.
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Date of stay: March 2024
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Billie Jo S wrote a review Feb 2024
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Me and my boyfriend went here last week and we would definitely recommend. The staff were so helpful and friendly. The hotel is immaculate and rooms are comfortable. Cleaners did an amazing job cleaned the room every day and really effectively too. 25 min drive to Campinio airport/15 min drive to colosseum and 45 min drive to vatican city. Would recommend for anybody wanting a good clean hotel that provides a really safe feeling and is near everything you may want to do whilst in Rome.
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Date of stay: February 2024
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happysunshinePaphos wrote a review Feb 2024
paphos138 contributions33 helpful votes
Fantastic check in by Luca and was always on hand with any questions we had. Great location from the trams and tubes which made life so easy to get around. Room was of a high standard and cleaned daily with refreshments replenished. Busy student area with plenty of cafes and bars within walking distance. Balcony was a fantastic added extra as was able to sit outside and watch the world go by. Highly recommended for a short or long stay.
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Date of stay: February 2024
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I P wrote a review Nov 2023
Manchester, United Kingdom1 contribution4 helpful votes
This is just a brief review. As a disabled, solo, female traveller on a first time visit to Rome, I was left utterly traumatised, infuriated and disappointed by my short stay in this joke of a place. What a waste of my time, planning, effort, bravery and prayers for a brief escape from reality. When I walked in after a stressful and tiring journey as a public transport user, there was zero welcome other than one of the young girls who eventually confirmed my details and gave my my room card. On first impressions the room seemed clean and well made until further inspection revealed very dusty surfaces. All staff members had outrageously bad attitudes that made me question how they had paid roles within hospitality. Their mannerisms and words were discriminative and unacceptable. One of the staff had the audacity to bang his fist on the reception desk as though my presence was a crime. Simple requests were treated as though asking them to perform rocket science and they seem to think coffee creamer is the same as milk and they argued when I very politely tried to explain the difference. Who wants to put coffee creamer in cup of tea? They have a lovely piano towards the front of The hotel is quite close to the Policlinico metro station. I was desperate to leave and checked out as soon as I could on the day of departure. I was so glad I was only there for two nights but how I wish I'd booked somewhere better. They showed disrespect, aggression and agitation towards a British, English speaking adult who understandably isn't fluent in Italian. It was apparent they assumed I was simply an illegal immigrant there as an inconvenience a. I was on a European visit for goodness sake, it's not my job to cater to their language preferences but the other way around. Their obnoxious cleaners kissed their teeth and tutted loudly (one even shook her finger at me whilst speaking a foreign language) whilst forcing themselves into my room, shoddily cleaning in a lazy manner and hitting the chair I was seated in with the wire of the vacuum. The bathroom window and balcony door opened themselves during a particularly gusty moment of Storm Ciaran which caused my belongings to topple over and smash, including one of my expensive, barely used foundation bottles that was smashed to smithereens and the contents of which went all over the floor (which I had the decency to mop away as much as possible). There's no bathroom floor mats, no slippers and no robes provided. On my final evening, in plenty of time before the restaurant closing time, I followed the English instructions as to how to order but was told to go straight to the restaurant which I did. With a hesitant and disapproving look, one of the three restaurant staff did eventually come over with no smile nor greeting . Of course they loudly huffed and puffed because I wasn't Italian and didn't speak their language fluently (as though it's a crime) and even when I used Google Translate. By the late hour in which they did finally allow me to be seated, my Fibromyalgia had flared so much that I burst into tears which made for an even worse experience as some of the people seated kept staring at me. The food was decent and they even offered me a free panna cotta (only after causing me to breakdown) which I enjoyed in my room but it didn't compensate for the hostility I experienced. Sadly, I did feel a strong sense of discrimination from all staff and based on the few words I could understand in Italian, they really didn't like the fact I was not: white, healthy, accompanied, or of their background. Having worked in customer service myself, I was appalled at the total lack of customer service skills these people had. It baffled me how they landed job roles within a three star hotel. Also you can hear the other families from your room, even with the TV on so there's definitely no sound proofing. The view from the balcony was miserable ie a graffiti filled wall and hardly impressive building alongside the main roads. The nearby businesses seem to cater to their local working class people and so it's not exactly the sort of area you'd actively select when trying to experience the best of Rome's otherwise scenic hotspots. The only things that made me smile during this whole ordeal were the thunderstorm which reflected my angry emotions, watching Johnny English in Italian, a lovely lady on the way to Heathrow and a lovely gentleman on the return flight to London, to remind me that good humans exist. Overall, I left the hotel a much unhappier person and would never recommend it to anyone, especially if they are solo traveller of colour and disadvantage. Shame on you, Best Western Globus Hotel staff and sort yourselves out.
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Date of stay: November 2023
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Which popular attractions are close to Best Western Globus Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Bar Pasticceria Il Giglio (0.1 miles), Museo di Storia della Medicina (0.2 miles), and Teatro delle Muse (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Best Western Globus Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Best Western Globus Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Best Western Globus Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
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Conveniently located restaurants include Mi'ndujo - Via Catania, Lyo, and Pizza dai Cinque.
Does Best Western Globus Hotel have airport transportation?
Yes, Best Western Globus Hotel offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Best Western Globus Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Best Western Globus Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Best Western Globus Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Best Western Globus Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Best Western Globus Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (1.1 miles), St. Peter's Basilica (3.2 miles), and Colosseum (1.7 miles).