We stayed here on a recent trip to Rome for one night. Near the Villa Borghese park, this part of town was quiet and pretty upscale. The hotel looks fairly recently updated on the ground floor but the rooms look a bit warn. Our double room on the third floor had the most massive bed! I think it was two doubles pushed together and is likely what you get if you ask for a triple (because I'm fairly certain that the couch pulls out). It was mostly full of middle-aged Americans when we were there.
The breakfast had a large selection and two waiters. It's included in the cost of the room. I don't have any serious qualms with the place except that it's pretty expensive for what you get. For 220 per night (Euro), I would expect something a bit fancier, but Rome is a pretty expensive city and this is pretty par for the course I'd imagine. Like most other hotels in Europe, the bed is hard and the elevator tiny. Via Emilia doesn't show up on many of the big city maps, so it might be hard to find.
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