Room was cleaned well every day. Not too far away from two subway stops, Termini and Policlinico ( Termini was a bit farther, but with nicer sidewalks on the way, and you could get on either the Blue line or the Red line). We stayed with a 5 year old and a 1 year old in the 4 bed family room. I would not reccomend this type of room if you have a baby, as the bunk bed stairs and top bunk are a very big hazard; each moment we were in the room we had to be on constant gaurd, to keep the baby safe. But for older kids (5 and up) it would be perfect. We loved the scavenger hunt on the first night; and every night after my daughter expected there to be another. Breakfast buffet was typical of Europe; toast, pastries, plain cereal, deli meat and cheese. Sadly the only coffee was instant. If my kids were older I would probably stay here again. They really do try to cater to families with younger kids, but some of the safety points don't quite meet American standards
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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. ... more less
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