Hotel is round the corner from the Trevi Fountain which, at first, seems a good idea. After a couple of days, it becomes a bit of a hassle to struggle through the crowds just to get back to the hotel - the fountain is never quiet, at least in high season, even at 3am.
Breakfast was poor - coffee, croissants (get there early), sliced meat, processed cheese. No bars close by that offer good value drinks. Walk 10 mins to Barberini (nearest Metro), 30 mins to Vatican, 15 mins to Pantheon and 20 mins Piazza Navona, 15 mins Forum.
We stayed in the apartment building opposite the hotel. Room was clean but small. No wardrobe, just a small clothes rail. Small window, no view to speak of.
We paid £350 for four nights in mid July - not good value for money