We stayed at the hotels apartments during Easter break. Every morning we woke to the smell of freshly baked bread from a baker at the corner of the square and made our way down to the market to buy fresh fruit and veggies for the day. We walked from our apartment to all the major sites and my 9 and 16 year olds never complained about the distance, so that tells you something. The apartment helped us feel like locals but Valentina, Francesco and the young man who frequently worked with Francesco made us feel like family. Now for the detailed description of the apartment. Its entrance is located a small distance down an alley just off from the square Campo de Fiori. Not a scary, gonna get mugged alley, but a common alley where you can find an Asian noodle restaurant as well as a convenience store not far from the apartment entrance. The apartments are located in a very old building with solid walls. I only heard an occasional voice as some one passed our door on their way up or down. Yes I did say up or down, as far as I could tell there was no apartment on the main floor and no elevator so you will be toning and shaping your lower body while vacationing. They did tell us to leave our bags for them to carry up on our first day and down on the last, but we didn’t listen, but you can. The hotel does have an elevator so if you hate stairs you might want to stay there. The apartment has a kitchen with stove, fridge, table and eating bar. Along with a small stove top coffee pot, perfect for espresso. Coffee, cups, plates and all necessities provided. The living room has two single beds, that double as couches, as well as a comfortable chair. A descent sized flat screen hangs on the wall, we didn’t use it. Which brings me to the WiFi. We all had devices, up to three streaming at a time with an additional doing some web browsing and we only slow down twice in our ten day stay.