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Bedrooms 3 / Bathrooms 2 / Sleeps 6 / Apartment
Bedrooms: 3  Bathrooms: 2   Sleeps: 6  Type: Apartment

2 Full baths

Rome Apartment Rental in the Historic Center - Campo dei Fiori - Marcus Aurelius
TripAdvisor property ID 2029032

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Book this 3 bedroom apartment in Rome today! A total of 6 people can sleep here comfortably.

Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4/5 thanks to an average of 20 reviews.

Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $2352 to as high as $3071, depending on travel dates.

The manager last updated the property’s calendar Feb 16, 2018.

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Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Rome Attractions




  • Central heating
  • Clothes dryer
  • Washing machine

Phone / Internet

  • Internet access

Property Features

  • High chair


  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • Stove


  • Satellite TV


  • Children - Ask
  • Pets
  • Smoking - Ask


  • 2 Full baths


Reviews (20)

Very Good – based on 20 reviews Very Good
20 reviews

Very Good

“Carl's review of Marcus Aurelius”

Reviewed 29 Jun 2009

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”

Reviewed 29 Jun 2008

Great. Location. Location.

“Stephanie's review of Marcus Aurelius”

Reviewed 30 May 2008

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”

Reviewed 29 Sep 2007

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”

Reviewed 29 Nov 2006

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 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”

Reviewed 29 Jun 2006

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”

Reviewed 29 Apr 2006

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”

Reviewed 30 Mar 2006

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”

Reviewed 29 Nov 2005

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”

Reviewed 30 Oct 2005

The location!! 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.

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