1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
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About Dorotea Morlicchio
my name is Dorotea Morlicchio and I am specialized in the tourist industry. I have been living for many years in Turkey and Argentina where I started up a consultancy company for foreign investors in the tourist sector.
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Great apartment, fabulous location!
This apartment has everything you need to enjoy your time in Rome. The location steps away from Campo dei Fiori, and a short walk from everything you'll want to tour, could not be better. The apartment itself is tucked away on a quiet piazza. You can enjoy the sounds of the city from the sitting room with the windows open, and enjoy complete quiet in the bedroom. There is considerable space for a city apartment.
The apartment is furnished in a traditional manner and while not luxurious, it has everything one could need. Most importantly, it is very clean. There is no air-conditioning, but that worked fine for us in September for every day but one, which was a bit warm. The kitchen and bathroom are updated with modern conveniences and work well.
The property manager did an excellent job for us with all of the arrangements for our stay as well as connecting us for car pick-up (which I recommend) at the airport and for a private tour guide. Everyone involved in our stay could not have been nicer or more helpful.
was really a pleasure to recevie you and your family
I hope to receive you next time
opinion apartamento Dei Libri en Roma
Este apartamento es una excelente opción. Muy buena ubicación, la zona es muy entretenida, con muchos restaurants cerca y el encanto del mercado de Campo dei Fiori. Nos encantó como está decorado, con muy buen gusto. La cocina y el baño impecables, hechos a nuevo. Lo recomendamos ampliamente.
Clean, large, well maintained apartment. More than enough room for my wife and I. Great location being within a couple blocks of Campo di fiori. Great bakery and grocery store nearby, not to mention the produce market every morning at Campo di fiori.
The only negative: Although the photo shows a deck, and indeed there IS a deck off the bedroom, it was covered with considerable bird excrement and the view is of other people's nearby dwellings - not the kind of deck for us to sit and enjoy a beverage.
With its proximity to the city’s most ‘multi-faceted’ piazza, Campo de’ Fiori, this apartment offers you the chance to truly partake in “real Roman life”.
Beginning at dawn, this historic piazza undertakes the first of its many ‘transformations’: into the city’s most famous fruit and veg market. Here the stall-holders set up their stands with real artistry to display the vast array of delicious, fresh produce; whilst on the corner of the square, you can find the famous bakery, “Il Forno”, which offers one of the city’s very best Pizza Bianca.
In the afternoon – the stall-holders having shut up shop for the day – the piazza takes on another air: becoming a space where children play ball and people sit relaxing in the street-side cafés.
In the evening, the Piazza ‘clothes’ itself for the night and becomes a lively focal point for both old and young alike. In addition to playing host to one of Rome’s oldest cinemas, the piazza also boasts many excellent traditional, Roman restaurants, offering charming, ‘al-fresco’ dining, as well as numerous bars, pubs and gelaterias for those who wish to just ‘sink’ into the atmosphere.
Next to Campo de’ Fiori lies Piazza Farnese which is dominated by the magnificent Palazzo Farnese – today home of the French Embassy. Proceeding from here into the picturesque alleyway, Via Giulia, you can then cross over the river Tiber and find yourself in Trastevere: Rome's bohemian ‘hot-spot’ for pubs, trattorias, pizzerias, galleries, and boutiques.
On the opposite side of Campo dei Fiori you will find Piazza Navona with Bernini's masterpiece - The Fountain of the Four Rivers - and be surrounded by beautiful terracotta buildings among which is Borromini's Church St. Agnese.
If you continue your stroll for a couple of minutes more, you will find yourself at the Pantheon – ‘The Temple of the Gods’. From here you are ideally positioned to continue on to Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti where you can purchase luxury goods from the best Italian designer stores and boutiques.
Saint Peter’s is only a 15 minute walk from your door.
It is here you can visit one of the world's most famous and spectacular museums: The Vatican Museum with Michelangelo's Frescos in the Sistine Chapel.