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Book this 2 bathroom, studio style rental in Rome today! A total of 6 people can sleep here comfortably.
Guests can enjoy a internet access and dishwasher among other amenities offered by this rental.
Travelers are sharing their opinions on this property. It has an overall rating of 4/5 thanks to an average of 25 reviews.
Costs vary, with the average weekly rate as low as $3101 to as high as $3842, depending on travel dates.
The manager last updated the property’s calendar Jul 25, 2017.
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About the manager
About the manager
- Calendar last updated:
- 25 Jul 2017
- Overall rating:
Languages spoken: English
Proximity to TripAdvisor's Top Rome Attractions
- Clothes dryer
- Washing machine
Phone / Internet
- Internet access
- High chair
- Satellite TV
- Smoking allowed
– based on 25 reviews
- Very Good
“Rhonda's review of Campo dei Fiori - Bacchus”
Great location! Very comfortable apartment. Location. Great location, easy walking distance to all of the wonderful sites Roma has to offer.
“Maureen 's review of Campo dei Fiori - Bacchus”
Our experience was positive. We enjoyed having an apartment versus a hotel because it enabled us to sit all together in the privacy of our living room and also to have a kitchen. The location was the best! Charming street, no car access and right down the street from Campo dei Fiori. A great market. The area was more upscale than other parts of Rome. There were coffee shops and resturants right out of our door along with the market down the street.
“Karen's review of Campo dei Fiori - Bacchus”
Very good. The living area was large enough. Location was fantastic. We walked everywhere we wanted to go. The market and restaurants were good. Across the Tiber to Trastevere was close--best restaurants were there.
“Jill and Mark's review of Campo dei Fiori - Bacchus”
Very good. Being near Campo Dei Fiori. The Farmer's Market, restaurants, bakery, shops.
“Janet's review of Bacchus”
The location is excellent.
“Warren's review of Bacchus”
The location was fabulous! The location. Easy Access.
“Randee's review of Bacchus”
Fabulous! Proximity to everything. Elevator noise in the bedroom in the morning. Convenience.
“Leroy's review of Bacchus”
Its proximity to the Campo dei Fiori is very convenient. Its location and proximity to shopping, restaurants and historical sites. The furniture is worn and needs replacement, particularly in the living room. The kitchen was not as functional as we expected, i.e. a two-burner stove top and a very small coffee maker. The second bedroom is small and may accommodate young children but is inadequate for a married couple or two adults, in my opinion. Shopping venues, restaurants, tabbachi and fruit and flower markets, all within easy walking distance.
“Linda's review of Bacchus”
The property was in an excellent location. We were within walking distance of the many restaurants at the Campo de Fiori and also the Piazza Navona. We walked to almost every sight we intended to see except for Vatican City. The apartment was also roomy and spacious enough. The person who gave us the key was very friendly and punctual. He also spoke perfect English, which was a big plus. The directions for all of the appliances were also a big help, since some European appliances are difficult to use The apartment was a little darker than I would have liked, but better lighting could fix this. Since some of the people in our party were in their early twenties, we liked the fact that the area was quite lively at night. Even though we were close to the action, the noise wasn't really a problem for me and my husband. I also liked the fact that there was shopping and restaurants right out the front door.
“Dianne's review of Bacchus”
Location. Loved the fact that the market was right down the street and most of the sites in Rome were within walking distance. The kitchen was a bit challenging for cooking dinner, but we went out for dinner every night, so it didn't really matter. The market and walking to the sites.