We stayed in the biggest room for a week. There were six of us - three adults and three kids. We had plenty of space and really felt at home. The beds were fine. We were able to eat in most nights, meaning we did not have to deal with the overly touristy restaurants which are the main ones open at the point in August. It was also nice being able to make my own coffee whenever I wanted rather than wait for an official hotel breakfast. One problem - they do not have a can opener in the kitchen, which posed a problem one night. I would have thought a can opener is pretty basic kitchen equipment. It is true that Italian cans are more likely to have those poptops, but it isn't universally true.
The staff were nice and friendly and always ready to answer questions. The laundry was fine and really came in handy. I also appreciated the fitness room which is quite unusual in an Italian hotel or apartment rental.
The neighborhood was great. There were several groceries nearby, it was easy to get to the subway, and also easy to walk lots of places. The nearby restaurants were mostly tourist spots with not so great food, but again, in mid August the better places were probably all closed.
This is an excellent place if you have lots of people in your travelling party.
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