Yes, the location is excellent, right in front of the railway station.
I had booked a double room, single occupancy, for one night for 67,5euros. I expected a visitor when the phone in the room rang and it was the receptionist. After I insisted several times that he spoke in English, as I don't speak Italian and couldn't understand what he was saying, he told me that I could not receive visits. I went downstairs. I was puzzled to see my stunned visitor outside, on the street, the door of the hotel locked. I opened the door and asked the receptionist what the problem was, with my visitor already inside. He aggressively replied that "the hotel was closed" (sic) and that we could be in the lobby area but I could not take anybody to my room. I replied that I was paying for my room and everywhere in the world, when an adult guest invites another adult guest to their room, standard procedure is to ask for a document of the visitor, period. You don't lock out visitors on the street, and you do not deny guests the right to receive visitors in the room they are paying for. He said that's "not the case in Italy" (sic) and "not in this hotel" (sic) and that if I wanted to take somebody to my room I'd have to pay 94euros for double occupancy. I said he could do whatever he liked and went upstairs to my room with my visitor, leaving the receptionist mumbling in Italian. My visitor left some time later.
The next morning at check out another receptionist handed me the bill, which mentioned the initial price of single occupancy, 67,5euros - which is only normal, since I slept alone in the room. Hadn't this been the case, I would have reported the hotel to the Italian tourism authorities.
Totally unacceptable, childish, impolite and unprofessional, I can't believe such a situation actually happened to me in an European country in 2015.