Pros are that it's cheap and not too far away from the Vatican State or the city center of Rome, the room (the cheapest bungalow) had an okay size for two people with decent beds and a good sized shower, nice pool with two bublebaths in the commonarea, they offer a shuttlebus to the airport but you need to book it two days before you need it.
Cons are that the public transportsystem in Rome is really something for itself, be prepared to spend a lot of time waiting for the bus from the camping! Another con is that in the cheap bungalows, you have two rooms in one tiny building and when your neighbor turns around in the bed or shuts their door the entire thing shakes, and they are not very soundproof either. If you and your neighbor showers at the same time it's a lucky guess what watertemperature you'll get. The restaurant at the hotel has a medium menu, but the only thing they really can make there is pizza sadly enough. On the website I booked our stay it said that breakfast would be 1.50€ per person each day, it actually was 7.40€ and with a bad selection (Italians are appearantly not breakfast people) so we bought our food at the supermarket across the street instead. You get two towels for your room, you get two more for free if your stay is over five days (2€ per towel beyond that), and your bedsheets won't be replaced either. Our bungalow was filled with ants on top of all this.
The staff was nice enough, depends on who you meet!