Next to local restaurants, 15 min walk to the Colosseum and very useful for our last day when we could do a Covid test at a Farmacia (only the one with the white tent outside) and head over to Coliseum one last time to walk around. It's an apartment type so Roxanne walked us into a building 2 doors down from the check in office. We got a 2-bedroom quarter on the 2nd floor. Both beds are super comfy. The pillows are excellent just wished we had more. The little bedroom has a window facing the street and we didn't know to shut the shutters, so it was bright all night, but the maid service closed it for us the following day. A bit noisy but hey, you're certainly in Rome. Breakfast is down the street at a cafe next to a water fountain. Now, that's the real Rome experience right there. The quality was good except we kept wanting more salami and hot white toast and they were a bit reluctant to hand out more. Hot chocolate was for a charge so my 23 yo old autistic son was a bit disappointed. Overall, it's still good and we were there right at 8 to beat the crowd (breakfast is 8-10am). Right after that, everyone came in and it was quite crowded. The front desk helped us call for a taxi to FCO at 6:30AM and was very friendly. The only suggestions we would have is to provide some hair conditioner. They only have a shampoo gel and my hair was tangled badly so I was in the shower for longer to work out my hair and we ran out of hot water quickly. We did mention that.