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Located on the third floor of an elegant historic building, Campo dei Fiori Flat is a 40 square metre (3 guests), with comfortable convertible couch (which opens into a double bed) and a pouffe which open into a single bed + kitchen fully equipped
Located on the third floor of an elegant historic building (no elevator), Campo dei Fiori Flat is a 40 square metre (3 guests).
Furnished with attention to detail, flaunting beautiful antiques and valuable pieces, this apartment is unique.
The living room is illuminated with plenty of windows with a lovely panoramic view of the Campo dei Fiori square to enjoy the panorama and perfect to relax and read a book.
The apartment offers a comfortable convertible couch (which opens into a double bed) and a pouffe which open into a single bed.
The kitchen corner is fully equipped and complete with oven, fridge, washing machine and the dish washer. The bathroom is comfortable, modern and fitted with a stall shower.
The apartment has parquet flooring and is centred around a beautifully antique fireplace.
The apartment is complete with Air Conditioning and independent heating and Internet WiFi free (High Speed)
Campo dei Fiori Flat is located in the heart of the pedestrian-only historic centre of Rome, a stone’s throw from Campo de’ Fiori, Palazzo Farnese, Piazza Navona and Pantheon. An ideal location for a luxury staying in Rome.
Considered the heart of the city’s historic centre, it is a sheer delight to wander aimlessly around this district. A simple stroll here means inevitably finding yourself suddenly in a vast and celebrated bustling piazza or at a romantic or curious corner or indeed facing sumptuous buildings, famed museums or in small churches full of masterpieces, many of which, in fact, house the works of Caravaggio, Michelangelo and Raphael.
This part of Rome is without a shadow of doubt the best known and most visited by tourists, who often head straight for cheerful piazza Navona, with its famed fountains, its street artists and portrait painters; for the Pantheon, another major symbol of Rome, and for Campo de Fiori, a multi-coloured and vibrant piazza where youngsters flock to in the evenings for an aperitif or a chat after dinner.
Its name translated as "field of flowers", the Campo de' Fiori square was once a meadow.
Today, the square is best known for its daily lively market. A statue reminds us of the square's gruesome history as a site of public executions.
Campo de Fiori is definitely one of the favourite areas in Rome. During the day it bustles with the open air market where you can buy wonderful fresh fruits and veggies.
The aromas will both stimulate and satisfy your senses! Around the perimeter, there are multiple restaurants to choose from.
And by night it transforms itself into a lovely square filled with restaurants and musicians who serenate you. Day or night... it is always alive with Roman colours, flavours, sounds and culture.
The number of persons admitted in the house doesn't exceed the maximum number in the description of the house as it appears on advertising materials.
Pets are not admitted.
The check-in 4.00 - 9.00 P.M. (after 9.00 P.M. extra charge 20 euros)
The check-out within 10.00 A.M.
It's possible leave the luggage if the apartment is available
We inform you that from 1 January 2011 the municipality of Rome has introduced a tax on tourism services in the city overnight to € 2 per person per night
The location is amazing, walking distance to everything. Loved the markets in the morning and the night life. The appartment looks just like the pictures. we loved the appartment and would highly recommend it.
The place was wonderful, and the location was excellent! The place was easy to find, very centrally located, and had more than enough space for 2 people. Jimmy was extremely easy to arrange details with, and I'd definitely stay here again. One caution is to anyone looking for a very quiet space, be aware campo de fiori can be lively into the late hours of the night...it was fine for us, but I know others may want something a little bit removed from the action.
Loved, loved loved this apartment. Perfect central location. Morning market right at your doorstep. Lots of great restaurants and gelato close by. You can walk everywhere. Super clean and comfortable for 3 people. Interiors are quite nice too.
No lifts in building so prepare to lift your luggage up a few flights of stairs. Apartment is right above a busy square so it stays noisy until early morning. Wasn't an issue though for us.
Slight mishap was that there was only 1 roll of toilet tissue and no washing detergent which we had to go out and buy ourselves. This was a bit of an inconvenience however Daniela was good enough to give back what we payed for them.
Other than that everything was fantastic!
The place was very clean the location was just amazing as you are on top of good food good markets every morning. Near a supermarket transport and in the middle of tomes attractions. Previous reviews of no air cond are false.
A beautiful apartment in an amazing location.
The apartment looked just as it was pictured.
Daniella was waiting when we arrived and arranged a taxi for our return to the airport. Jimmy responded quickly to questions prior to arrival. The apartment was perfectly located close to shops, restaurants and sights. The Campo de Fiori is a bustling shopping area during the day and filled with people, music and street performers at night. We were able to easily walk to many of the major sights, Trevi Fountian, Pantheon, Spanish Steps. The only thing to be aware of is that the staircase is rather steep and narrow. We loved our stay here and would gladly come back.
The host was kind and waited for us late in the apartment while our flight was delayed. The apartment was clean and the location was fantastic.
Nicola was super communicative and easy to meet up with to get the key for this place. This apartment is really nicely located in Rome, above the bustling Campo di Fuori -- a hotspot for out-of-towners, near lots of Rome's historic attractions. We loved being here. It is noisy in the morning when the market is being set up, but we liked waking up early to get out and start our touring.
There is a great bakery in the square and we loved coffee/croissants at Obika, but I would suggest going further afield for restaurants. There are so many good ones 10-15 minutes away. And the ones in this touristy spot are mediocre and expensive by comparison.
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