After reading through the many reviews on hotels in Rome, I kept coming back to Campo di Fiori because of the ratings on this site, and the overall consensus on service and location. It did not disappoint. The staff was amazing. From the minute I made contact with them after reserving my room they were accommodating in every sense of the word. I emailed them requesting a room in the main hotel because I read the reviews and they all were consistent. I am glad I did this. They accommodated my request and gave me a deluxe king room on the first floor. The room was elegant, spacious, high quality linens, pillows, etc. The room was perfect. They arranged a car service for me when I landed at the airport. They arranged the best private tour guide for me, and countless other requests throughout my stay. Adam in particular was extremely helpful, informative, and went out of his way to make my stay perfect. The location of the Hotel Campo di Fiori is the best. It is walking distance to the best attractions in Rome. I walked everywhere from my home-base. The Campo di Fiori square next to the hotel is fun and vibrant with farmers market, great restaurants, bars, high-end wine shops nearby, and the best gelato in Rome right next door (dangerous). The hotel has a wonderful roof-top area with cabanas and sitting areas looking out 360 degrees over Rome. I bought a delicious bottle of the wine nightly from the high-end wine shop near the square (ask the hotel), and took it up to the roof to enjoy. The hotel provides a complementary breakfast buffet each morning with scrambled eggs, assortment of nice cheeses, meats, cereals, breads, pastries, fruit, juices...and my daily dose of real Italtian cappuccino ( don't even drink coffee in the States). The staff in the dining room are super nice. I traveled solo on this part of the trip and this hotel was perfect for me. This boutique hotel has my heart now, and I will stay there each and every time I visit Rome. It's like a Boutique Hotel/Bed & Breakfast but better! One tip: I had to move rooms my last night because the hotel soldout Friday night in advance of my reservation. Do not stay in the "apartment" quarters. They are in need of upgrading badly. The building is next door, it has an odor, and the bedding, mattress, and decor does not compare to the rooms in main hotel. If I were the owner, I would not advertise or associate the hotel with the apartments. Two completely different experiences; however, I did not let it change my rating of the overall experience I had at Hotel Campo di Fiori.
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Campo De Fiori Rome
- Campo De Fiori Hotel