Holiday Suite in Rome, Campo De’ Fiori, Via San Salvatore in Campo, close to Piazza Navona.
Holiday Suite in Rome, Campo De; Fiori, Via San Salvatore in Campo, close to Piazza Navona.
The “Suite Elena” is part of the structure “Terrace Suite Campo de Fiori”.
It is a large apartment in the center of Rome a few steps from Campo de Fiori, a five minute walk from Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Trastevere.
The apartment is located on the first floor without elevator and is on several levels.
On the first floor, there is entrance, large living room with high ceilings 6 meters. It comesalso equipped with two double sofa beds, table with chairs, one bathroom and kitchenette.
On the first floor and a half, there is the bedroom with double bed with skylight and private bathroom.- The second floor, there is the second double bedroom with large glass window and access to the terrace
The terrace is also very large (20 sqm) and offers a magnificent view of the dome of the Church ‘Sant’Andrea della Valle “and the palaces in the historic center of Rome.
The kitchen has also a refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, microwave, kettle, stove and is equipped with everything you need to cook and eat meals. The apartment has Internet WiFi, TV in the lounge, washing machine, Air Conditioning, Heating. We supply linen and towels for all guests.
Campo de’ Fiori is one of Rome’s most ambiguous spaces.
This piazza in the center of Rome, close enough to both Piazza Venezia and Trastevere over the river, fulfills a variety of purposes for people in the city. Its history dates back to ancient times. Its most prominent figure, a statue of the man killed for disagreeing with church canon, dominates the center of the square.
Campo de’ Fiori hosts a large food market with Italian products, fresh produce and flowers. At night, the many restaurants and bars surrounding the piazza fill up with tourists and locals.
Campo de’ Fiori translates literally into “field of flowers”. In the middle ages, this square was actually a meadow. Later it became the main commercial center of Rome. Shops were set up all around the area and the connecting streets all are named after various professions.