|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
On the top floor (with elevator) of a 1600 century building, this newly rennovated 70m² apartment with a stunning view and terrace on Campo de Fiori provides the ideal home base for a full immersion in the history and charm of old Rome. The entrance of the apartment opens into a large and bright living and dining area (with TV, stereo, dvd player), which includes a dining table for four and a large sofa bed that sleeps two people. Next is a spacious bedroom with a queensize bed, a large closet and a chest of drawers. The marble kitchen is fully renovated and equipped. The marble bathroom includes a bath and shower. A washing machine is available for longer stays. The apartment includes antique wood-paneled ceilings and floors, antique wooden fans as well as air-conditioning and free wifi. Finally, the apartment features one of the rare terraces on Campo de' Fiori, with a traditional ceramic table and chairs, where to lunch, dine or simply enjoy the colors and sounds of the Eternal City
This was our 5th apartment rental in Rome over the years and by far and above the very best. The patience and quick responses from Enrique was very much appreciated. The apartment exceeded our expectations. We were somewhat apprehensive about the noise given the location. Noise was absolutely NOT a problem. We were able to sleep late and take afternoon naps. The apartment was extremely comfortable and had everything we needed plus more. The terrace was incredible and one could not find a better location. I guess the only problem/issue we had was leaving the apartment after two weeks; we wanted to stay much longer. Thanks again Enrique for everything. We cannot wait to return and stay for a long time! All the best to you and your family.
Jerry & Joe
We spent a great deal of time researching apartments in this part of Rome and could not have been happier with our choice. Everything you need is within 75 yards and everything you could want is within 300 yards of this apartment. The owners couldn't have been nicer. They are truly interested in making your experience as enjoyable as possible. Because a market is set up and taken down in the Campo each day there is some noise but the apartment is four stories above the square so noise is mitigated. We didn't find noise to be an issue at all. There is a little restaurant a few doors down called Obica that has the best coffee we've ever had.
We stayed for one week at the apartment, starting on July 28th 2016. To find an apartment, with a terrasse AND a lift, looking down to Campo de Fiori, is almost like winning the lotto. And we did have a wonderful time there. The apartment was really nice, the kitchen a bit small, but well equipped for the sort of meals we have the energy to make when you're in a city like Rome (including good knives :-) We had no problems with any noise from the square. It was very hot in Rome when we visited, so at night we closed the windows and turned on the air condition, and heard nothing (but we would not have let us be disturbed anyway, sometimes I wonder why people book a room in a city centre and afterwords expect everything to be silent after 10 PM). When we arrived, there was problems with the luggage at the airport, and one of our suitcases did not arrive, but we stayed on the phone with Enrique, who was very helpful and waited till we arrived, several hours late. We have nothing to complain about. We simply loved the place. When that is said, I may add something: Because it was so hot, the sun shining all the time (which we liked), we could not use the terrasse till the afternoon. Therefore, it would have been nice to have a simple sun shade (parasol), not because of any birds (I hardly saw a bird at all), but the sun. The furniture on the terrasse is lovely, but the back of the chairs a little steep for my back, so a couple of comfortable chairs too, would be an added favour. But these are minor things, and no complaints. We would definitely like to go back, parasol or no parasol, so thank you very much, Enrique. We do hope you had a wonderful holiday with your family. :-)
L'appartement est super bien situé, tout peut se visiter à pied ! Enrique est un hôte parfait ! Toujours plein d'égard et d'attentions ! Très sympathique ! L'appartement est aussi beau que sur les photos et idéal pour deux personnes. La terrasse est belle, ensoleillée et une vue directe sur le Campo Dei Fiore ! La vie du Campo, avoir le marché à ses pieds est agréable mais peut être bruyant en soirée et même un peu tard ! Enrique a eu la gentillesse de nous prévenir avant ! Nous avons aimé notre séjour dans l'appartement d'Enrique et Natalie et nous vous le recommandons ! Merci Enrique pour votre gentillesse !
We had a great stay in Rome at this beautiful apartment. Enrique was very accommodating, and stayed in touch with us through out the entire stay, even surprising us with a bottle of wine for our 10 year anniversary. The terrace was lovely, we enjoyed having our morning coffee outthere or an evening glass of wine. There is a market set up in Campo de Fiori every morning until about 4pm, where you can buy fresh fruit, meats, cheeses, flowers etc. In the evening there were several restaurants where you could enjoy dinner and a cocktail and watch the entertainment in the square. The location is perfect, and was a 10 or 15 minute walk from everything we wanted to do. Anytime we return to Rome, this will be where we stay without question!
Folks it doesn't get better than this, visit Roma and live like a Roman. Flat on the Campo dei Fiori, with a terrace. Make no mistake, this place is on the Campo your view is 5th floor looking down into the market. This is not near or close to Campo, its part of it. We loved it, the hosts were amazing, don't hesitate to book this, if you can get it. Sorry Enrique, the secret is out!!!!
The apartment is situated literally in the square of Campo de' Fiori, the most historic fruit and vegetable market of the old city, overlooking the statue of Giordano Bruno, the famous philosopher, astronomer and writer, who, in 1600, was burned in the square for his views, considered as heretical by the Catholic Church. Campo de' Fiori and the adjacent Piazza Farnese are not only amongst the main sites to visit in the city; the square is also walking distance from all the principal sites in Rome, including the Vatican (1.8 km), the Colosseum and the imperial forums (1.7 km), the Appian way with its catacombs and Roman aqueducts (3km) the Pantheon (800m), the Spanish steps (1.6km) and Piazza del Popolo (2km), the shopping area around Via del Corso (1.3 km) and Piazza Navona (300m). The Campo de' Fiori neighborhood is also rich of bars and restaurants, amongst which we would recommend the Pizzerie Balestrari and Baffetto, the traditional Roman restaurant 'Er Galletto', the delicatessen Roscioli and the upscale restaurants Camponeschi and San Lorenzo. Finally, the apartment is 5 minutes walking distance across the Tiber river from the lively neighborhood Trastevere.
For guests considering a longer stay (4 or more days), we would recommend exploring also the surroundings of Rome. Rome is situated in the region of Lazio. Lazio boasts a number of natural and historical sites, ideal for day trips away from the bustling city. First and foremost, the ancient Roman villas in Tivoli - Villa Adriana, Villa Gregoriana and Villa d'Este. Second, the Castelli Romani (Albano, Grottaferrata, Marino, etc), i.e., green hills surrounding Rome where the aristocratic families of the 15th century had their summer palaces. Second, we would recommend Viterbo, the second largest town in Lazio, which was established during the Middle Ages. It was the principal residence of the Popes in the 14th and 15th centuries. Viterbo is famous for its Medieval art and its stunning Palace of the Popes (Palazzo dei Papi). Further afield, northern Lazio is characterized by its Etruscan towns, amongst which Cerveteri, Tarquinia and Tuscania, which feature Etruscan museums and ruins. For nature lovers we would recommend the beautiful lakes of volcanic origin, amongst which the lakes of Bracciano and Martignano. If you are travelling between May and October, it is also worth visiting the Tirrenean coast, rich of pleasant beaches. To the south of Rome we can recommend Circeo (where Homer’s epic the Odyssey had it that Ulysses met the sorceress Circe), Sabaudia, Terracina, Sperlonga and Gaeta; to the north Santa Marinella and Santa Severa leading up to the beautiful coast of Tuscany (Capalbio, Ansedonia, Argentario). Finally, from Rome you can easily visit other famous Italian cities such as Florence and Naples, which are only 1 1/2 hours away if you travel with the Eurostar trains (freccia argento and freccia rossa)
Rates above are for two guests. For 3rd and 4th guests extra 15 euros per person at day will be charged
• Reduced Rates for stays between one week and three months, submit your inquiry.
• Last Minute Discount, ask for it!
• Children 0-5 years old free, 5-14 years old 50% discount
• 30% advance payment due for reservation by bank transfer.
• Balance due cash upon arrival
• Cancellation policy: The entire deposit will be refunded when the cancellation is notified more than 60 days prior the arrival date. 50% of the deposit will be refunded if the reservation is cancelled between 60 and 15 days prior to arrival. If the cancellation is made less than 10 days prior to arrival the deposit will not be refunded
- Later check-in after 20:00 PM : Euro 25,00 will be charged.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.