This was our hotel room in Rome. The bed was luxurious, the amenities numerous and the bathrooms spoiled me! They were divided into two rooms; one with a deep, long tub and the other with a glassed-in shower, toilet and bidet. Both had big sinks with nice wide countertops and large mirrors. As you can see, polished marble was everywhere.
The Marriott Park had only been open for a week when we arrived. There were a few details that had not been ironed out, such as the pool and spa area were not open yet and the restaurant could not give us coffee-to-go since no one had thought to order disposable cups.
But the hotel and the staff could not have been nicer. I recommend it, but you need to know the inconvenience it brings, if you are there to sight-see in Rome. The hotel is about 15 minutes north of the city center; in an area where offices and research facilities are rapidly being built. It requires a train ride into the city (and at present it is hard to get to the train station) or a cab ride, which will cost at least 20 Euros (when we were there, this was equivalent to $26, less tip). The inconvenience it presented was easily counterbalanced by the niceness of the rooms and public areas, but you might be better off to stay closer to the heart of the city.