Concierge.com's insider take:
A recent refurbishment has turned this once rather kitsch and shabby three-star into a 23-room romantic boutique hotel, but the family touch is still present in the warm and willing service. The location—just around the corner from bustling Campo De' Fiori market and within easy reach of several good restaurants—and the reasonable rates make this property a good choice for travelers who'd rather splurge on food and wine than a posh hotel. Bedrooms are small but elegant, with chandeliers and Venetian-style antiques. To avoid being woken up by the sounds of drunken late-night revelers (market by day, Campo De' Fiori is Rome's late-bar hub by night), ask for a room at the back: Those on the top floor (like 601, with an outlook across to St. Peter's) are the ones to net. The small roof terrace offers yet more unbeatable views. The hotel also has a number of family-size apartments in the surrounding area, which can be booked for longer stays.