Hotels Near Mercato Hostaria In Rome

4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.03km from Mercato Hostaria
Located in the heart of Rome, Bastianelli Home overlooks Piazza Campo de'Fiori square. Set in a historic building, this elegant accommodation offers free Wi-Fi, air conditioning.This spacious apartment features white furnishings and a flat-screen TV. It includes a kitchen, a living area, and a bathroom with hairdryer and washing machine.Bastianelli Home a Campo de Fiori is 300 metres from Piazza Navona square. The Pantheon is a 10-minute walk away.
FromUS$196
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.03km from Mercato Hostaria
Boutique Hotel Campo de' Fiori is located in a corner of one of the city's most popular squares, and features a roof garden with views of the historic centre. This hotel designed by Dario DeBlasi offers rooms and self-catering apartments with free Wi-Fi,The unique rooms at Campo De' Fiori Hotel offer individually controlled air conditioning, soundproofing. and a satellite LCD TV. Apartments are located in different historic buildings around the square and also feature a fully equipped kitchen.The hotel's terrace has wicker furniture and a 360° view of Rome. During the day the square features a traditional fruit and vegetable market, and it is buzzing with bars and restaurants at night.
FromUS$132
0/50 Reviews
0.03km from Mercato Hostaria
Property Location With a stay at this property in Rome (Navona), you'll be minutes from Campo de' Fiori and Piazza Navona. This property is close to Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. Rooms Make yourself comfortable in this accommodation, featuring a kitchen with a refrigerator and a stovetop. A flat-screen television with digital programming provides entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include an electric kettle and a washing machine, and you can also request a crib/infant bed (complimentary).
FromUS$196
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.04km from Mercato Hostaria
This was a most unfortunate stay. The location of this hotel is in the Campo de Fiore are of Rome, a great location. The hotel is quaint and the rooms are actually cozy and very clean. We had two rooms. The problems began within 10 minutes of check-in when the toilet in one of the rooms would not flush properly, rendering it inoperable. I notified the "manager on duty" and was told that they would look into it. They never did. My sons had to use our bathroom from the time we checked in until late the following day. 18 hours later, when I complained again, I was informed that an "immediate" call would be placed to the off-premises "attendant" who could take care of the issue. By the end of the second day of our stay, the issue had been somewhat resolved. Additionally, There was an issue with a faulty air conditioner that would not operate for more than 15-30 minutes at a time before shutting down. Average temperature in the room hovered between 27 and 30 degrees Celsius (81-86 Farenheit). I complained to the same "manager on duty" and was treated to the same "they'll look into it". They never did. Upon my return home, I wrote them again outlining the sordid details and their abysmal lack of attention to my concerns. The response I got was insulting. Here is an excerpt from the response I received from a Francesca, who identified herself as the manager "we are really sorry about the unconvenience of your stay. We have tried hard to do everything promptly: the bathroom was fixed as soon as the handy guy came in, and the A/C, as I told you already, was really bad luck never happened before, and it was fixed as soon as the piece was delivered and replaced" The fact of the matter is that nothing was done to take care of either situation in any timely manner. She considered taking 20 hours to fix a toilet as "prompt" and the lack of air conditioning as "really bad luck". I guess i was supposed to take some comfort in the fact that they repaired it after we checked out. They should be ashamed of themselves. A hotel with the potential.that this one has, shouldn't be mismanaged into oblivion by a detached and disinterested staff. Stay at your own risk, but there are many many other fine alternatives within walking distance of this place.
FromUS$94
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.06km from Mercato Hostaria
With a stay at Campo de' Fiori 34 in Rome (Navona), you'll be minutes from Campo de' Fiori and Piazza Navona. This bed & breakfast is close to Pantheon and Piazza Venezia.Take advantage of the bed & breakfast's room service (during limited hours). A complimentary full breakfast is served daily from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM.The front desk is staffed during limited hours.Make yourself at home in one of the 7 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms feature showers with rainfall showerheads. Conveniences include safes and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily.
FromUS$76
3.5/55 Reviews
0.07km from Mercato Hostaria
Firstly the location is amazing. You are literally near the Campo de' Fiori(bazaar) where you can but all your souvenirs, kinds of pasta and even Rome written printed T-shirts cheaper than the other places. More, Pantheon is so close. For a fine dinner, you can walk to Pnateon only 0,4 km. The hotel employees were smiling faces and offer us Christmas cookies. Secondly, the breakfast is not so amazed us but you can have a good breakfast with specific things like cheese ham bread jam and fruit. They have also served coffee, milk, and orange juice. Finally, the rooms are big enough to move and put your stuff and the heaters were so hot that we slept with half sleeved t-shirts. They have two toilets which surprised us :) (do not want to give more details but all Italians have it :)just search in Google) Worth to stay, just give them a chance
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.07km from Mercato Hostaria
The good Location is great walking distance to most things in Rome. Plenty of restaurants around, bars and shops around. We felt very safe and welcome. Cristina and Elena are truly wonderful, always a call/WhatsApp away and always with a smile. They really make this place special. The room (101) was spacious, the windows were very efficient at blocking outside noise. The only day we had an issue was on Saturday night! When we arrived we were really worried about the noise but it is really not a big issue. The room feels welcoming and it has some clever lighting, a kettle and a nesspreso, a handy mini fridge and some parabens-free toiletries. The room needs a coat of fresh paint and some other maintenance work, but overall is quite cool. Note for the girls: the room has a hair dryer and a straightener! Only in Italy right ?! The not so great: The room has a slight smell of drainage/mould every time you come back to the room ... the good news is that you stop noticing it after a couple of minutes. In room 101 there is a noise of water running that is difficult to explain. I believe it happens when the room upstairs uses the water... you hear the water pipes and splashes like if you were in a aquarium! I never experienced anything like that. On the positive note it does not last long. The insulation in between rooms is poor. We were lucky we did not have newlyweds next door *** correction on our last night we did hear “fireworks”... hilarious and uncomfortable at the same time *** I like the idea of breakfast in the room ... but it is a very simple breakfast. Coffee, orange juice flavored drink, small croissant, French toast, jam, butter, Nutella, and yoghurt. If you want more coffee you can ask for it, we found ourselves asking for more coffee almost every morning. The excellent... the location! Thinking about it, it is better than good ;) Verdict: next time in Rome I will explore new options but I will also consider staying again at the JB Relais. The price was quite competitive ;) that is always a good thing!
FromUS$109
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.08km from Mercato Hostaria
We stayed in room #6 over the Thanksgiving holiday. This small hotel is in the perfect location. Half way inbetween theVatican and Collosseum, on the small roadway leading to the Campo de' Fiori, and acrosss the street from the Taxi stand and the Piazza di Pasquino. There are literally 150 restaurants within a 3 block radius, plus all the associated tourist traps, grocery stores and shops. I wish I could rate this hotel a 7 on a scale of 1-5. Even though the Hotel is on a busy corner in Central Rome, we never heard any street noise, and slept wth the window open most nights. Our room had air conditioning, but we didn't need it.The room was small, but the bed was comfortable and the bathroom was well appointed. Fresh towels were provided everyday. Our room was cleaned every day to a level as we just arrived. The standard European continental breakfast was good and plentiful. We got a kick out of riding the tiny two person elevator to the top floor every day. We will make sure to book here again when we get to come back to Rome.
FromUS$83
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.09km from Mercato Hostaria
This is the worst experience I've ever had traveling over 30+ years. This is NOT a hotel or "guest house". This is a low rent apartment converted to rooms. Dark and dingy. There's no sound proofing between walls, so any little noise is amplified. Was yelled at and mistreated at check in for questioning additional city tax and asking for further information which was NOT stated in my confirmation emails. I even pulled up all my emails to show the receptionist that it stated paid in full. He wasn't able to explain anything, so he put Anna on the phone, who started to aggressively yell at me. It wasn't until nearly 20 minutes later that I finally found general information online about the additional city tax. On the booking site, and in their own notes, it states information on additional charges such as late check-in fees, etc, but NO INFO on the (hidden) city tax per person, per night fee. Also would like to clarify that a "guest house" connotes a warm, family-like atmosphere. Being yelled at on the phone is not welcoming. The white leather couch at the entrance was disgustingly dirty. Once we were "checked in" there was no one there providing any service or oversight. Oh wait, there's cameras, so it's a "guest house". Let's be clear too, this is an OLD APARTMENT (not in the charming sense) in the center of Rome, chopped up into 4 rooms. They are renovated but have very poor ventilation, and as a consequence our bathroom floor and shower was MOLDY. What concerned me the most, however, was that the young man at makeshift "front desk" entered our room and I had to ask him to leave immediately. Very uncomfortable and unprofessional. When I told him his behavior was unacceptable, at first he arrogantly blowed it off, until I threatened to call the police. Suddenly he quieted down. It was like talking to a misbehaved child. Something felt very weird about the whole exchange, and when I went back to the room immediately called my husband to find us a new hotel. I checked the reviews, which we should have looked at initially, and noticed a similar pattern. At first the apartment owner (father of the 30 year old young man who checked us in) refused to cancel our booking, and said his son was "only trying to show us how to use the coffee maker". Total lie, since he never mentioned it at all and my daughter is witness to his entering our room. Creepy experience. Thank God we were only there one night, and were able to move to a new hotel around the corner. I left a review at hotels.com, and you can read Anna's response. It's telling how she bulletpoints each concern with a rebuttal, like it's my fault for not knowing about the city tax, when it's NOT in the confirmation email, and somehow the guy entering our room turns into "showing us how to use the air conditioning". No, that's not what happened at all. I told the receptionist I was going to leave a negative review AFTER he entered our room. I would never advise two women to stay at this hotel
FromUS$77
0/50 Reviews
0.09km from Mercato Hostaria
With a stay at Campo24roma GuestHouse in Rome (Navona), you'll be steps from Campo de' Fiori and 4 minutes by foot from Piazza Navona. This guesthouse is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Pantheon and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Piazza Venezia.Make yourself at home in one of the 3 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature showers, complimentary toiletries, and bidets. Housekeeping is provided once per stay, and irons/ironing boards can be requested.
FromUS$140
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.1km from Mercato Hostaria
Mama' s Home Rome offers modern rooms and suites in Rome's lively Campo de' Fiori area. Free WiFi is provided in the entire property.Each room includes a flat-screen satellite TV and a private bathroom with hairdryer. Some have wood-beamed ceilings.Mama's Home lies just 100 metres from Corso Vittorio Emanuele main street. The world-famous Navona Square and Pantheon are respectively 3 and 7 minutes away on foot.
FromUS$116
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.1km from Mercato Hostaria
We couldn’t have been happier with the location of this hotel. It allow us to explore Rome by foot so easy since everything is so close even the bus stop or a taxi station if you would prefer not to walk. The area is very safe and the place is very clean as well as fantastic service, they give you complementary typical breakfast (sweet bread, fruit and coffee) and the WiFi is free and works as a charm. It is not a luxury place but it is just perfect as well as comfortable. We would definitely come back and stay here !
FromUS$78

Hotels Near Mercato Hostaria In Rome Review

4.6/5233 Reviews
Termini Central Station
The hotel is a street away from the main road. We are a hotel from the Central Station at about 8 o'clock, which is relatively deserted, but the bright and spacious hotel lobby still gives a good impression. The check-in process was smooth and there were hotel-specific discount cards on the promotional shelves at the front desk. It should be noted that even if the room rate has been prepaid on Ctrip. The front desk will also ask for a credit card for guarantee (CUP available). A city tax of € 6 per person per night is charged at check-out. After checking in, I found several features that make this hotel truly worthy of the name of the hive. The ladder-shaped elevator, the rooms on the same floor are distributed like beehives, outside the balcony are hexagonal patios, honey-flavored shower gels and so on. Fortunately, the size of the room is not as small as a hexagonal honeycomb, and the two large boxes are still more than enough in space. There is also a safe in the room, so you can put valuables when you go out. Slippers were a pleasant surprise. Previously, hotels in the UK, the Netherlands and Switzerland were not available. Being forced to spend nearly one hundred yuan to bring his own slippers is really the consequence of not doing a good job in advance. The towels in the bathroom are placed on a heating rack, which is warm when you take them off. This is really a rare equipment and very intimate. Two regrets are that the first low-floor mobile phone and wifi signal are not particularly good. The second is that I did n’t eat the fried noodles for breakfast like other reviews, it ’s just a classic western breakfast. There are many high-quality Chinese restaurants nearby.
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FromUS$98
4.7/529 Reviews
Garbatella
The staff was very kind abd helpful. About 20 minutes busride from the historic city. Beds very comfortable. The only negative thing is that we had to open two taps to get hot water. It's ridiculous that tremendous amount of water was wasted to get a 2 minute shower.
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FromUS$59
4.7/517 Reviews
Ottima struttura pulita accogliente e confortevole personale cortese
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FromUS$28
4.5/589 Reviews
Termini Central Station
The hotel is very close to Rome Central Station, just a three or five minute walk. The room is not big, but it is a good place to live alone. There is a mini refrigerator on the wall, a kettle, tea bags, coffee bags, and a welcome chocolate in the room. There is also a balcony outside the room. In good weather, it should be nice to sit outside and bask in the sun. The bathroom is Italian, with a shower basin in addition to the toilet. The hotel has an old-fashioned elevator, you can experience it before. It took a long time to check out and felt that the front desk was not working efficiently.
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FromUS$115
4.5/5137 Reviews
Termini Central Station
It was very convenient because it was very close to the train station and within walking distance of the main tourist attractions in Rome. When entering the room, it was a two-story specification and I was impressed by the room with a feeling of openness. Cleaning was perfect and we were able to spend comfortably. At first there was no slippers in the room, but you can get it free if you tell the person at the front desk. Also, when I brought wine into the room and tried to drink it, I was in trouble because there was no corkscrew, but if I told this to the front desk, I was able to have it opened at the bar. Even after check-out, it was very helpful because I kept my luggage for the time to head to the airport.
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FromUS$84
4.5/526 Reviews
Camere buone , abbastanza pulito , purtroppo lontano dal centro , vicino si trova la stazione metro che in 25 minuti si può raggiungere il centro , il personale poco collaborativo sembra sempre che ti stanno facendo un favore qualunque cosa chiedi , colazione discreta
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FromUS$38