it is not a complaint,but a suggestion, bathroom was really spacious and a bit bigger shower could have fit in :)
Period of stay 10-15 Feb 2015 -2 persons - young couple 27-28 years old.
We arrived in Rome at Ciampino airport, from the airport took the bus-Schiaffini (3.90EUR/pers) until Termini station and from there a 5 min walk until Buonarotti Suite.Got there pretty ealry 09:30 a.m...very lucky to have an available room already :) so we were able to start visiting pretty quickly.
Room 6, 1st floor had everything you need in a hotel room. We were looking for a clean, silent and comfortable place, this place satisfied our needs. This room has an
en-suite bathroom with:a shower, toilet, bidet and off course sink :) with all the toiletries needed, including also hair dryer. (flexible shower)
Breakfast-filled our tummies really well in the morning :)2 slices of toast, 1 slice of black bread plus 2 other slices of special bread, 1 slice of pressed cheese, butter, honey, gem, chocolate cream, croissant or any other paistry and could ask for juice (4 types), coffee with a variety and hot chocolate(I also saw some cereals on the bar but we are not used to eat cereals in the morning).
The building is a typical roman block and off course in such a crouded city don't expect penthouses :) it is very cosy and the place you look for after a long day of walking.
The staff is very welcoming and upon arrival gave us a map with everything that is worth visiting, even though in Rome you find places to visit at any step :)
Breakfast time was 08:00-10:00 a.m but if we needed to eat earlier we were directed to the second floor dining place (p.s enjoyed the 2nd floor breakfast more - better coffe/hot chocolate:)).
No problems with the water had both cold, warm, hot, extremly hot :) for us it was great.
There is no central heating system in the building, at least didn't see it ,but I think every room contains air conditioning and it warmed up the room pretty quickly :)
Prepare really comfy shoes if you plan to walk and visit a lot.