Upon our arrival, I have to admit that my first impressions weren't great, for two reasons - it wasn't well signed on the outside (without printing something off Google Maps, there was no way we would have found it) and it's not necessarily hotel-like - the complex seemed to be an upstairs block of rooms in a residential/commercial building.
But that really didn't matter... the guy who showed us to our rooms was really helpful, and pointed out to us which bus to catch to the centre of Rome, where all the attractions were, and even recommended a good restaurant.
The room itself was very spacious, decorated in a modern style, extremely clean and came with free Internet access. The private bathroom was also large in size - very modern, with a more than spacious shower. The sheer amount of space made me wonder if they'd put us in the right room! Of course, they had, but I just didn't expect this much space for £40 p/n.
One other great thing was the breakfast. Each morning, we were treated to paninis and a selection of ham and cheese. I'm not big on breakfasts to be honest, but this was a great way to start off the day's trekking and it was also included in the price. The coffee was also to die for in my humble opinion! Real Italian stuff.
This bit is important if you're a discerning traveller. The hotel is located in the University area, about 15 minutes walk away from the Roma Termini (main train station). There was a selection of eateries nearby, plus a few street cafes and ice cream parlours to choose from. But just be aware that this is not really a tourist area - if you want to be in the heart of it all and you presumably have a bigger budget, then I wouldn't recommend staying in this area. Otherwise, if you don't mind the walking around to get to the bustling areas then this hotel in particular is by far the best place to stay in Rome as far as value for money goes.
I would certainly book here again if I ever return to Rome!