Great beds, great shower, over-all feels like top rated hotel. Staff were friendly but sometimes did not have time for a single person when dealing with large groups of people, but it is understandable.
Wifi worked great and the staff did not make problems when we asked for a number of WiFi passwords so we wont 'run out' of them.
Location is far from the city center. Very far. Bus line 716 is a 20-30 minute drive to Teatro Marchello/Campidoglio, and is always very busy and goes through a very bumpy road. Other buses are even less comfortable. Metro station is a 20 minutes walk, and not an easy route.
On Sundays line 160 also stops there and is a bit better.
After 21:00, the bus arrives only once an hour, and it leaves in groups of 2 buses, instead of sending one each 30 mins. A drive to the city and back to the hotel takes too long for a city such as Rome.
The room was great, the only thing was a huge stain on the bathroom floor, which was not a nice view. The bathroom itself is funny, there is no door separating the room and the sink, and between the sink and the toilet/tub, there is a glass door which is see-through. The tub doors do not close to the end, which results with a lot of water on the floor.
The most annoying this was in the last day of our stay. My girlfriend and I do not like people walking on our room, not even to clean it, and we had the 'Do Not Disturb' sign on the entire stay. On the last day, the sign was removed by someone (could happen only after getting inside the room), and our 2nd key, which was inside the room so the fridge could work while we were out of the room (we had cheese, fresh pasta, vegetables and some fruit - all were thrown to the trash), was taken without notice. It was a shock to find our room different than we had left it, and the key gone along with the 'Do Not Disturb' sign.