Stayed here in mid July 2012, and had a very enjoyable visit. The apartment is centrally located and a short walking distance from some of the best sights of Rome -- no more than 15 minutes to essentially any monument or point of interest.
The apartment was relatively clean and well secured, with a large bed and a pull out bed from the couch. Best of all, the entrance is through an ancient arc and beautiful little square. Recommendation: eat fresh homemade pasta at the cute little cafe just past the entrance with the chalkboard, located before the entrance to the square. Amazing! Ask for a menu, because they will simply come to take your order otherwise.
A few points of interest
- The listing said WiFi was available, but there was none when we visited. I probably would not have stayed in this apartment if I had known there was no internet access. We ended up getting WiFi at various little cafes in Campo dei Fiori, as well as the bar directly across the street (only open at night).
- The shower in true European style was just a small alcove with a shower curtain.
- Breakfast offerings here were rather modest (some crisp breads, canned tomatoes and tuna) and at first blush, I didn't even realize that the kitchen and stove worked. Pull the faucet handle toward you to turn the water on... it wasn't completely apparent to me at first. There are plenty of fine places to eat breakfast elsewhere if you're up for it.