As this was our second hotel in Italy and I had already gone through the rigamarole of being charged for my second guest at our first hotel (Italy is very strict with the exact number of guests, unlike in the USA), I was ready with market pricing for each night for two guests versus one (a 7.67 euro difference). The hotel owner, Remo, tried to charge me 45 euros extra for three nights, more than twice the normal rate. Armed with market priced screenshots, I was able to negotiate to 25 euros, paid in cash. Had I not been resourceful, I would have ended up paying more than twice the amount for my second guest.
I contacted Remo through whatsapp as the booking states explicitly that there was no front desk onsite. He was very helpful (he speaks very little English so translation apps helped a lot) and gave us directions from the city center (hotel is about an hour plus change on the metro) and also picked us up from the station, free of charge.
The hotel itself is more of a BnB, cozy and located right next to Remo's own house. There is a garden out front where Remo's pets (a tortoise and a dog, both friendly) wander about during the day. The room was clean, with a rustic feel. There was also a backyard with a outdoor table that we did not use since there were a lot of mosquitos.
The bed, which is advertised as a queen, is definitely not, it's a full size. Luckily we managed to be passably comfortable in the full. Wifi was spotty. Overall an OK stay, wouldn't repeat.