Although I never met Michele, he was very accessible and quickly responded to any communications. Residenza Marignoli is a historic, beautiful building that was a home in 1900s and then a studio location for Fellini. They provide a 24 hour front desk that was very helpful, provided maps and wonderful advice for restaurants in the area. The four front desk people that I met were great, but Giovoni was especially helpful. The apartment is on the second floor so you can use the lift or stairs. The hallways and stairwells are decorated historically and interesting. The building is more like a museum.
The photos are accurate for the most part. I believe the dining table is now a round one over a square one in the photos. When entering the apartment, there is an entrance area with a closet furniture piece with hangers then a spiral staircase up into the apartment living area. The bedroom is decorated in a sort of Victorian style of off white furniture. The bed was comfortable for two people. The bathroom has been renovated and very clean. Plus plenty of towels were provided (grazie). Also, we did a couple of loads of laundry, but we had to be innovative with drying process by mostly using hangers to dry items. The building may provide a dryer, but we never asked?
The kitchen is small, but functional and most pots, pans and utensils were provided including a cork screw. In the open room area there is a four chair round dining table and a sofa/bed in the corner wall which is good for one person or two close people.
There is a large beautiful common area patio area upstairs. Great for relaxing, having wine, fruit and cheeses. Plus there is an outdoor power outlet too. And the WiFi access is for the building, not just the apartment which is nice to have.
Bottom line, this was a great location for us and on the border of a large park: Villa Borghese with wonderful restaurants a few blocks away.
I would be happy to stay here again.
Grazie for being a wonderful host.