Beatrice apartment is a splendid flat in the heart of the city center, in one of the most ancient Rome’s places, a few steps from Piazza Navona, Campo de’ Fiori, Pantheon, Piazza Venezia, Fori Imperiali and Colosseo.
The apartment represents the ideal location where guests can enjoy both luxury of an excellent hotel and a warm feeling of being at home.
It’s the best place for an unforgettable stay for its comfort, relax and magnificent and refined furnishing, renewed one year ago.
It can lodge a maximum of 4 people and gives right solutions to all needs.
The apartment is located at ground floor in a very quiet place and it's brand-new.
It is composed of:
- a large bedroom with a queen size double bed
- a dining room/living room with a double sofa bed
- a well equipped kitchen
- a large bathroom with shower, bidet and WC
It's in a very quiet location and it's smoothly cleaned.
Campo de ' Fiori market.
Piazza Campo de ' Fiori.
Opens at 6.00 am and closes at 14.00, everyday (except Sunday).
Located in the heart of the old town, the most picturesque market of Rome is also one of the richest in history.
The name Campo de ' Fiori might suggest a flower market, comes from the Latin Campous Florae, Flora.
Mistress by the great Roman general Pompey, the market has been held here for several centuries. Every morning except Sunday, piazza fills with colourful stalls selling fruit and vegetables, meat, poultry and fish.
One or two stalls offer pulses, rice, dried fruit and nuts, while near the fountain, in the square there are flowers stalls.
The main attractions, however, are the huge baskets of broccoli and spinach, or vegetables already cut and ready for the soup, and fresh mixed salads.
In addition to a feast for the palate, are also a pleasure for the eyes. The best delis and bakeries around the square complete the range of products offered and this market becomes the place to make all necessary provisions for a picnic, in summer, if the weather is nice, cool off with your snack on the lawns of one of the many city parks
If it is sunny, you'll catch a few young people and older gentlemen sitting at the base of a statue in the middle of the open space The statue is a brooding, hooded Giordano Bruno - an excommunicated Dominican monk burnt at the stake for heresy on this spot on 17 Feb. 1600. The piazza is used as a marketplace during the day, and party central for college students and tourists at night. When the sky gets dark and the street lamps go on, the Campo de' Fiori fills with people and lovers wander arm in arm in the crowd. Over the buzzing of conversation and the occasional burst of laughter you may hear a young vocalist belt out O Sole Mio at the top of his lungs as change plunks into his accordion case
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|Refundable damage deposit||€350.00|
|For Easter, Christmas, New Year's Eve and other holidays breaks a surcharge could apply.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
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