It was a lovely location. The apartment is situated well and in easy walking distance to most locations within the city (if you like to walk) and also has great access to the metro. It was well appointed, and I have only two suggestions - 1) to leave understandable instructions for the washer/dryer as the manual wasn’t easy to decipher, and 2) the master shower needs some attention; re-caulking and sealing. It leaked onto the floor a good amount.
Other than that, I would totally go back again and I enjoyed the neighborhood, grocery stores, shops, etc.
Location is walking distance to the Vatican. This is a nice sized 1 bedroom, 2 bath apartment. Both bathrooms are full sized. There is a large walk in closet which was perfect for me to put my suitcases in and also hang up a few things. More hangers would be nice but it was plenty of room for even dressing in. There is a washer/dryer all in one in the kitchen that worked very well. The kitchen is full sized and they do have a coffee maker- the stove type percolator that is common there. There is a brew pub right around the corner from the unit called "Beer Time". The paninis were outstanding at this place. We ate there several times during our stay. Buy a beer and they give you a mini charcuterie platter with cheese and meat and crackers. They have craft style beer. You can walk to many other parts of Rome from here. We also walked to the groceries which is just about 2 blocks away if I remember correctly. Do not get a rental car in Rome. You do not need it. The metro there is excellent and in walking distance from the apartment. If you do get one, hold onto your hat- it is scary driving. We got 2 tickets as well for driving through restricted zones. So familiarize yourself with traffic signs too. It is still tough though because you do not have a lot of time to check signs as you cars and motor scooters zip past you from either side. Many 6 lane roads have no lines so you don't know where the lanes are and people just zip in and out of "lanes" anyway. It is a free for all really but with strict rules you are unaware of. Prepare to pay some tickets when you get home. And the rental car company will charge you a fee to provide your name and contact info to the government. I think they charged us $35 per ticket for providing our info to the government. Our ticket was over $100 for each violation. We only had the rental car 1 day- we rented it to leave Rome to drive up to Florence. So skip the rental car. One more comment about the apartment- the apartment opens to a courtyard and then there is a main entrance to the courtyard that is locked. You get a key to both. We noticed a restaurant backed into the courtyard. It was a bit noisy at times but not at all at night when we went to sleep. It is right in the heart of the city so noise is to be expected. Compared to other cities though, this apartment was really fairly quiet.