Hi Gurpreet and Princessbec,
I went on the Bravo Italia tour a few months ago so I’ll try to answer some of your questions.
Accommodation - the rooms were quite small but we didn’t spend a lot of time in them so it wasn’t too much of a problem, just a little bit awkward at times with getting stuff out of luggage. Also the hotels were generally older than what I’m used to staying in in Australia and I don’t usually stay in 5 star hotels. Overall the hotels were ok because we spent most of our time outside exploring, just don’t expect luxury. The hotels were mostly quite close to the city centre. The hotel near Assisi was outside the city in quiet area but we were taken there on the bus in the evening, had dinner at the hotel, then left on the bus early the next morning so not a problem. The hotel in Venice was outside the centre, about 20 minutes by bus, because any accommodation in the city is crazy expensive. Your tour leader will give you directions to get back to all hotels if you are not with the whole group at the end of the day. All accommodation had private bathrooms.
Couples - on my tour there were 2 couples. I also did another Topdeck tour that had a few couples on it. I think there is probably a different mix of couples, singles, and friends on every tour.
Free time - I noticed you asked on another thread about free time. If I remember correctly we had free time in every city. Sometimes we had a whole free day, other times it was a couple of hours or a half day. I thought there was a good mix of free time and organised group activities. When we had free time, our tour leader gave people suggestions about things to do and how to get to places.
I thought the tour was great and had a fantastic time. I definitely reccommend doing it.