The hotel is reasonably close to the airport, with a shuttle service to it and another hotel (4 euros per person each way, if you volunteer to pay, but no-one seemed to ask others who paid nothing). You can catch the airport terminal shuttle for free, but it's a 200 metre walk from the bus stop, and no signage to tell you when to get off - a helpful bus driver told us when to get off and which direction to head in - we saw the hotel soon enough after this. There is a new Sheraton right at the airport, if you don't fancy the short walk in the countryside, but it was double the price at the time we stayed.
The hotel does not pretend to be anything other than a place to stay overnight to be in a convenient location for a flight. It is very clean and comfortable, although with somewhat sterile and unimaginative architecture and decor. Evening meals are obtainable from some nearby cheap and cheerful restaurants - a walk down seemingly deserted suburban-like roads to reach them, but you do eventually find them, and the in-house breakfast is respectable for Italy, without being startlingly good. Bar prices were a little over the top (4 euros for a can of Coke) and the free internet is restricted in time allowed ("5 sessions" whatever that is) and is slow. Not sure if there is free to air TV, but there were invitations to sell us on-line movies and other "add-ons". The price was good for somewhere exceptionally clean and comfortable, but don't expect 5 star quality or service.