Nothing to do with the hotel - the mosquitoes or whatever you want to call them - they appeared to have been besotted with me, and if you are prone to them, particularly if you are on a "sweet and sugary" diet, I would suggest you smother yourself, especially ankles/legs and arms/hands, with "deet" as much as possible and as many times as possible, during the day. After a week in Rome, to others I did look like I had been in the wars. However, this unpleasant inconvenience, (the itchiness and the scratching that I succumbed to), those nasty bugs, no matter how much they tried, did not manage to spoil my enjoyment and experience of Rome itself - Rome is too beautifully breath-taking and captivating for that.
There was really nothing that I could fault.
Bedroom was roomy and most importantly the bed was spacious and very firm (I suffer from time to time with a nagging weak back) and this gave me a very good night's sleep especially after literally being on my feet for most of the day. Adequate sockets x 2 for my chargers and the sink area was not obtrusive and had enough space for all my toiletries etc. There is even a separate towel railing where I could hang up my pyjamas. With a desk and a couple of chairs as well as a very large wardrobe and bedside table what more could you want. The desk fan I did not bother with as every night I just opened the large window with shutters to let the fresh air in instead. Any noise from the street below with passing tourists did not bother me as I was in a happy mood as well as being too tired to notice. My room had access to 2 sockets which came in handy for my battery chargers (phone / camera). The shared shower room with sink and toilet was perfect. The separate toilet room with bidet and sink and hairdryer was again perfect. As I got up very early in the morning as well as coming in late in the evening, using both toilet and shower room felt like being at home on your own. Hot water kettle for tea-making etc and a fridge in the large landing area was again wonderfully adequate along with comfortable chairs and sight-seeing information to read up on or to take with you. There is even a balcony with outside lighting and with table and 2 chairs surrounded by beautiful plants to relax after a hard day's slog of sight-seeing. Security is very good but just make sure that you lock your valuables in your suitcase every time you leave your room for the day or night. There is a small lift which I only used once on arrival for getting my luggage up to the 1st floor and which I managed to squeeze both myself and my large suitcase.