The hotel is charming and romantic--in great classic taste...ivy covered, lovely, rather intimate lobby, classy baroque looking rooms, great breakfast array in the dining room which is quaint and comfortable, with soothing classical music. Rooms are plush and well appointed, not large, but very comfortable. Soundproofing and is excellent when you close the blinds (good for creating dark too), and beds are very comfortable. The AC is good in summer for a rest from the heat.
The rooftop garden with its 360 views over the rooftops of Rome is stunning and worth the price of admission. Great at sunset, but also at night when its emptier, and you can see and listen to the entertainment on the main piazza around the corner. The little cobblestone piazza that the hotel is on is lovely too. The staff were super nice, friendly, accessible, fun, very helpful with advice and to book attractions in advance, like the Vatican Museum and Villa Borghese.
LOCATION X 3!! You can walk to many of the major sites or catch a bus easily from the main road. The huge Piazza Navone is just a few blocks away and wonderful by day or night.
There is a good dining place across the hotel's piazza--the quieter one of two, (on the original site of the theater where Julius Cesar died--go downstairs and check it out). There is a market on the big piazza by day, and dining and street entertainment by night.
Feedback: On our first stay, I called to book into a fabulous blue room, which I was promised, but when we got there, they had put someone else in it and upgraded us in an apartment--which has been reviewed already before me. They did give us a nice bottle of wine to make it up. Apartment is spacious and very nice, but the alley and noise are really lousy. I think the hotel is a better place for couples or one or two singles ( can get single beds in same room). Be careful when booking.
Second stay: Loved being in the hotel. What a wonderful location! Tip: Il Fornaio--a couple of blocks away, is a great bakery with fab people, and you can get a snack or light meal and bring it to the rooftop. Homemade eggplant parmigiana great for gluten free folks like me. There are snacks provided for free in the rooms--including peanuts. Coffee and breakfast at hotel is included and is wonderful. Great coffee, fruit salads, and all kinds of breads cheese and pastries. Eggs not so great. Charming waitperson there too.
We would come back here for sure. Everything we wanted in a more intimate, boutique hotel at a relatively reasonable price. Skip the places with pools and come to the heart of Rome.
- 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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