1. Check-in after 19:00 is charged with 10 euros per person.
2. Check out time is too early (10:30 a.m.).
3. We had some wi-fi connectivity problems on the first day of our stay, which were resolved on the second.
4. NO SOUNDPROOFING BETWEEN ROOMS AT ALL! You could hear from the opening and closing of woods, to the slightest whisper-and more...
5. No human contact. We returned to the hotel at about 21:30 every day and there wasn't ever anybody at the reception desk. The main entrance of the hotel opened with a password which you have to remember-or you might get into adventures. All info (plus the mediocre 2-euro breakfast tickets) was transferred to us via notes in our room.
The people who run this hotel probably have in mind that they can have it work in the auto-pilot.
For such a small business I don't think this is the wisest thing to do, although they truly have good aesthetics.
Overall, the 100 euros/day per double room that we payed, was probably the most they could ask for, but also the most one can get in Rome, where many little cheaper rooms don't even have a private bathroom.
Good things first:
We stayed in a very good, modern, spacious and very clean room (the black and white suite). However, on our departure we had a look at one of the other 3 rooms, which seemed shockingly small. But that might not be a problem for someone who just needs a decent room to sleep in. The rooms have also been renovated with high aesthetics, Kartell furniture.
Another very positive aspect is the location of the residence: safe, close to most of the major attractions, in a very fine neighbourhood.
The girl at the reception was good-willing but could barely communicate in English-like most of the Italians we came to contact, even people working in the tourist industry.