Looking for a vacation rental apartment in Rome, Italy? Try the Campo Fiori neighborhood. From your Rome apartment rental, you'll be close to a variety of necessities and pleasures: a bank, bakery, grocery store, spa, taxi and bus stops, and let us not forget the gelatteria! You'll also be within walking distance of sights like the Trevi Fountain and the Piazza Campo de' Fiori. At the end of the day, you can pass by the local food market on your way back to this Rome vacation rental. Pick up some veggies, and enjoy your own Italian dinner!
This apartment is located in a historic 18th century building served by an elevator. The building... dates back to medieval times, with its foundations on the walls of Pompey's theatre, however the building was totally restored in 1996. The narrow streets around Piazza Campo de' Fiori contain simple houses and austerely noble palaces standing side by side in quiet harmony. There is a fresh fruit and vegetable market every morning in the Piazza.
(90 m2/968 ft2)
First Floor (with lift): There is a living room with a double sofa bed and a kitchenette equipped with a gas stove, oven, and dishwasher with a dining table for four.There is one double bedroom with a king-size bed (180 cm) and an ensuite bathroom (with tub), a small room with two twin-beds, and a bathroom with shower in this Rome vacation rental.
* All of the "Campo dei Fiori" apartments are located in the same building and can be rented together to accommodate larger groups:
Additional amenities include: city centre, iron and board, housekeeping available - extra cost, telephone - local calls only, elevator (in building), air conditioning - whole house, portable baby crib/play pen - upon request.
We had a great time at Marcus Aurelius. Great people watching spot.
It was a great location. Close to all the Roman points of interest. 25 minute walk to the Vatican. 30 minute walk to the Coliseum. 15 minutes to Trevi Fountain. 25 minute walk to Spanish Steps.
Second bedroom was a little small. Tough to sleep if it was a very hot day as the Campo dei Fiori area is very active until 2:00am or so. The apartment did have double-pane windows so it was fairly quiet when the windows were closed.
We didn't have a bad meal the whole time. Food was reasonable in Trastevere, the Jewish Ghetto or the Campo de Fiore. There are good bakeries in the area and good delicatessens are available.
Donna's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 06/30/2008 for a stay in June 2008 | Donna
Stephanie's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 05/31/2008 for a stay in May 2008 | Stephanie
Overall, we loved living in this area of Rome.
The location on this pedestrian street was terrific. We could walk out the door and find everything we needed within 5 minutes.
The noise at night particularly on the weekend was loud. Earplugs helped somewhat, but be prepared. This apartment faces the street and is on the second floor. The dryer took forever and air drying is best.
Gia's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 09/30/2007 for a stay in September 2007 | Gia
Outstanding location in a lively neighborhood with great access to all parts of Rome.
No outdoor space - terrace or patio Minor maintenance issues such as burned out lights, plugged shower heads etc.
Great mix of shops, restaurants, bars and services at your doorstep.
Jim's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 11/30/2006 for a stay in November 2006 | Jim
The property was clean, safe and very comfortable. The apartment was terrific. The location, the amenities and the convenience of an apartment over a hotel room were great, especially when there were 5 of us. The car arrangements to and from the airport worked just as planned. The apartment owner was extremely helpful, especially when we needed immediate dental help. The Rentvillas.com staff were right on target with their help and recommendations.
The location was central to everything. A great bakery was right across the street. The bedrooms gave us ample privacy that a hotel room could not.
It was difficult to sleep a few nights as the crowds going up and down Via Giubonnari were quite loud till 1:00am.
We were able to walk everywhere. Campo di Fiori was right there and was filled with markets, restaurants, bars and people. Our street, Via Giuobinnari, was a bit noisy at night for sure, so I would recommend earplugs for those light sleepers. We celebrated our anniversary with a private Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica for our family on Friday (at 7 AM). We attended the Papal audience on Wednesday. We walked to the Vatican, the Coliseum, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon and all the shopping spots. I think we took one taxi all week. We took a bus to the Apian Way to see the catacombs. Campo di Fiori was right up the end of the street and Piazza Navone was 2 blocks away. There were restaurants, shops, bars, food markets and even entertainment all right there, minutes away.
Henry's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 06/30/2006 for a stay in June 2006 | Henry
If you are uncomfortable away from a suburban North American life style, then this apartment is not for you. If you travel to experience local life and culture and want to experience an urban Roman lifestyle with young adults or older teenagers then this is an ideal locations.
Centrally located in Rome. If you are fit you can walk to all of the major attractions. It is close to Campo dei Fiori, a very popular night spot for young Romans and backpackers as well. We were travelling with older children, 22, 19 16. The location was a major attraction.
Noisy until about 2:30 at night. Even though the property is several hundred meters from Campo dei Fiori, many of the revellers returned home on our street.
Campo dei Fiori is a great market from 8 - noon and a great night spot as well. Also, 30 minutes walking distance to all well know attractions in Rome.
Patrick's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 04/30/2006 for a stay in April 2006 | Patrick
Excellent location. Close to everything. The apartment offered amenities that we were accustomed to.
Saturday evening it was a little loud on the street below.
Too much to say. Everything.
Robin's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 03/31/2006 for a stay in March 2006 | Robin
The apartment is in a great location for sightseeing. It's just off the Campo dei Fiore---lots of nice shops, cafes, etc., in the neighborhood and you can easily walk to most of the main tourist attractions. The apartment itself is attractive, the master bathroom is quite spacious, and it's convenient to have a washer and dryer.
The Campo is extremely noisy at night. As an American, I'm ashamed to say that the American college students who are studying abroad are the problem. They get disgustingly drunk in the bars around the Campo every night, and they talk, laugh, sing, shout and toss beer bottles onto the street. About the time they begin to quiet down, the street cleaner arrives, to try to deal with the mess they have left behind.
The market, the shops, cafes and convenience.
Nancy's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 11/30/2005 for a stay in November 2005 | Nancy
We loved the location of the property.
We like the fact that you could walk to many of the sites in Rome. There were many restaurants within walking distance.
It could have been cleaner - dust under and behind beds. There is no oven but there is a microwave and burners. The apartment is very noisy on the street and in the hall of the building.
We like the market area and being able to walk to the forum, Colosseum etc.
Marie's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 10/31/2005 for a stay in October 2005 | Marie
The property could have been better furnished i.e. workable coffee pot, dishwasher didn't work right.
So close to the markets and all of the sites.
Elizabeth's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 09/30/2005 for a stay in September 2005 | Elizabeth
We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and loved staying in the apartment rather than a hotel. In our minds, the rental rate was pretty high, but so was everything else in Italy this year.
It's location. We especially liked being right in the Campo Fiori neighborhood. Lots of restaurants, shops, bars and of course, the daily market.
The noise from the surrounding area was quite loud at night, however, it was completely drowned out when we closed the windows and shutters.
The daily food market and 2 local bakeries. There was quite a lot of valuable and useful places in the area - a bank, bakery, bar, small grocery, a spa, taxi stand, bus stop and gelatteria.
Belva's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 07/31/2005 for a stay in July 2005 | Belva
The great location.
The late night partiers on the street Saturday night. Sunday and Monday were fine.
The market at Campo dei Fiori and the ease of walking to Ancient Rome and great shopping.
Barbara's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 06/30/2005 for a stay in June 2005 | Barbara
The apartment was spacious and is in a great location. Don't be turned off by the ubiquitous graffiti in the neighborhood. It's a good, and safe area for tourists and also allows visitors to experience Rome as its inhabitants do.
The location, atmosphere and decor were all excellent. The kitchen had very nice dishes, and plenty of them. The washer and dryer worked well once we figured them out. The owner has provided a notebook with instructions on using all the appliances, and has included information about transportation, the location of a supermarket and pharmacy, that were very helpful.
The tile floors were needed cleaning. The iron was very old and we didn't dare use it. The hair dryer didn't work well.
We were within easy walking distance of the best areas in Rome including the Campo dei Fiore, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. The area is quite lively and we felt safe there.
Franco's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 05/31/2005 for a stay in May 2005 | Franco
I would visit here again in a flash, and I would recommend it happily. The photos do not do the property justice. We were thrilled with everything...
Location was perfect!!! We walked everywhere, to all the sights and restaurants. The local representatives were great.
Everything was great, although the eating area was small for 5 adults, and that was the only place to eat, given there was no patio or garden.
The buzz of people, shops, restaurants, fresh market, and safety of the area.
David's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 05/31/2005 for a stay in May 2005 | David
We would use the facility again. It is well located and tastefully decorated.
Location is the best. You walk out your front door and you are part of the action. Fifty yards to the piazza, Campo dei Fiori, which is a market in the morning and cafes and restaurants from 2PM until late in the night.
Rome is full of graffiti and your street is no exception.
Convenience. Cafes and restaurants nearby. Walk to Piazza Navona in 10 minutes, Trevi fountain, 10 minutes. Many other monuments and sites in the area.
Ann's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 12/31/2004 for a stay in December 2004 | Ann
Location, and the way the apartment was properly outfitted, especially the kichen. Very nice to have a working phone, and two bathrooms.
Small second bedroom.
Great location. Fun area, easy access to all points, fabulous markets, shops, churches.
John's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 10/31/2004 for a stay in October 2004 | John
We were very comfortable and pleased with the property. We are returning in May 2005 and look forward with great anticipation.
Everything! We loved the location, size and amenities of the apartment.
Nothing. The only drawback may be the added noise on the weekends from late night revelers but we adjusted and it added interest to the location.
Its vibrancy and diversity. So many of the sites were within walking distance. It's proximity to Campo di Fiori and Trastevere were a plus.
Chuck's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 04/30/2004 for a stay in April 2004 | Chuck
Wish I owned it!
I liked the location and the layout of the site with the master bedroom in the back with good peace and quiet. Your pictutes do not do justice to the layout of the living room and kitchen area. We cooked every day and it worked well for 5 people. The hide a bed in the living room was of good quality.
Only had one knife other than steak knives and it was a bread knife -- hard to chop vegatables.
The location is outstanding. 2 minutes to Campo Di Fiori and its wonderful daily farmers' market. We shooped every morning for vegatables, fruit, fish, and meat. Even on Sunday, to my surprise, the market was populated with vendors who sold wine, cheese, olive oil, etc. 15 minutes to Vatican or old Rome---walking time. We rented a car for the last couple of days, and even parking was not bad.
The apartments were large...
Left on 10/11/2003 for a stay in September 2003 |
The apartments were large enough to comfortably accommodate the advertised number of persons. It was clean and all appliances worked properly. The beds were comfortable.
The rental agent who met us in Rome, Massimiliano, couldn't have been better. He was extremely helpful, cordial, caring and all-around great!
Mary And Steve
Mary And Steve's review of Marcus Aurelius
Left on 05/31/2003 for a stay in May 2003 | Mary And Steve
We had a very pleasant experience - the management staff, accommodations, and location were all great. We were particulary pleased that the manager, who was very punctual about greeting us when we arrived and being there at the designated time of departure so that we didn't have to worry about missing our plane.
Very spacious - easily accommodated a party of 4.
Great location! There were wonderful restaurants, cafes, and eateries within walking distance, and the piazzas were beautiful. Also, there were plenty of shops to browse thru.
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