As others have mentioned, the central location of this hotel (within walking distance of most of the major tourist sites) is ideal. I was a bit concerned about being right on the piazza, but noise from the Campo was not at all a problem for us (5 floors up) and it offered lots of restaurant choices and a cute “scene” almost all hours of the day (and night!). If you’d rather go slightly farther afield, it’s just a short walk to the eateries of Piazza Navona (5 min) or across the Ponta Sisto to Trestevere (10-15 min), our choice for cheaper and more authentic eats.
Our room, a Double Deluxe on the 5th floor (of 6), was furnished in a romantic kind of contemporary baroque, with ornate accessories and linens and a very modern bath with fun fixtures. Though the room was a bit small by American standards, there was storage between the large wardrobe, a desk, and cabinetry above the mini-fridge. My only complaints would be that a few times we could hear what sounded like someone walking in stiletto heals in the room above us, that the TV had only 1 English channel, and that when we left the room the AC unit defaulted to a rather cold setting. But as AC is far from being a given in Rome, I’m not complaining! It was easy to open the windows and let a little warm air in (although our view was more of the building next door than Rome skyline.)
Can’t say enough things about the rooftop terrace—every night guests gathered (with drinks and cheeses purchased from neighboring stores) to enjoy the sunset. There was always plenty of seating and the hotel was quick to provide additional wine/wine glasses, bottle openers, cheese knives, etc. as needed. Such a treat!
The front desk staff was very helpful and everyone spoke fluent English, and the lobby (and lobby-level bathroom!) are furnished appropriately. I am glad we used the recommended car service, as getting to the hotel from the airport was cinch. I also found the breakfast to be more than adequate and in particular enjoyed the daily scrambled egg offering, although the one waitress was frequently more interested in clearing tables than bringing us coffee, utensils, or keeping the eggs warm, and most days we were finished eating before we were brought coffee.
- Also Known As:
- Hotel Campo De Fiori
- Campo De Fiori
- Campo De Fiori Rome
- Campo De Fiori Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Campo de' Fiori is located in a unique position in the heart of the lively and pituresc area of Rome known as Campo de' Fiori. The hotel is a fabulous “BOUTIQUE HOTEL”, romantic, cozy and sought after, that know’s how to offer to it’s guests a suggestive atmosphere to make unforgettable there stay in the Eternal City.The hotel is situated since 1937 in an antique structure of the Roma Baroque period. ... more less
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