We stayed here after reading reviews here, but they don't reflect reality, they must be writing their own. By chance one discovers the entrance, taxis cannot drive up the street too narrow. But that's part of the charm. The area has lots of little restaurants tucked away and Piazza Navona quite close.
The entrance is through a dark hallway up 3 flights of unsafe worn stairs. Not easy with luggage. Upon entering we encountered an Asian cleaning person who didn't speak English and instead of welcoming us, just asked for tax.
The room itself was barely adequate, and it was cold (this was during a cold snap in Rome). We were advised that heat was not turned on until 5:00pm and off again at 10:00pm then on at 6:00am and off at 10:00am. It was freezing. There was hot water.
Wi-fi was spotty, but the most discouraging part was the noise from the street, with drunken screaming Italians until 5:00am. It was charming for the first minute or two then we realized we couldn't sleep at all, even with earplugs.
Breakfast was acceptable, they do their best. They do provide what is requested the night before. For the low price it was almost OK, if it weren't for the noise in the street below.