It’s not next to Campo de Fiori. It’s on it.
Look out the window and you have a bird’s-eye view of one of the most iconic squares in the world. And still one of the most exciting to visit in Rome. Locations don’t get much better than this. The best bit? It’s been totally soundproofed: you can rest in tranquillity.
But Art Loft’s appeal doesn’t stop there. This two-bed, two-bath apartment has high coffered ceilings, an expansive living space and – best of all – a sizeable outdoor terrace. Imagine Aperol spritzes at dusk while hosting your new Roman friends.
We’ve not even spoken about the artwork yet, have we? One-of-a-kind pieces transform each space. Check out the statement dining room, with its grocery-store celluloid photos and designer chairs: we love how they give the space an edgy feel.
Also, spare a moment to check out the photos of Art Loft’s American-style kitchen. Super-slick stainless steel fixtures offer a refreshing counterpoint to the property’s traditional Roman architecture. Another classic Burghesius property.