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Cheap hotels in Campo de' Fiori, Rome

The cafe-lined Campo de' Fiori sees fewer tourists than the Pantheon and Piazza Navona area directly to its north. In place of tourists, Campo de' Fiori is a prime hang-out zone for Rome's young hipsters. Crowds (including more than a few foreign exchange students) spill out of bars onto the Piazza at night.

The Piazza centers around a statue of dissident Giordano Bruno, burned at the stake in 1600 for his heretical ways. During the day, the area's great restaurants, fab little shops, and a weekday morning market take over. Rome's Jewish Ghetto is a short stroll away, down Via Giubbonari.

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Hotel Smeraldo, Rome

Address Vicolo Dei Chiodaroli 9 (Campo de' Fiori)

The family-run Hotel Smeraldo is a three-star gem located just a short walk from Campo de’ Fiori in the historic center.

7.8 Guest Rating

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Albergo del Sole al Biscione, Rome

Address Via Del Biscione 76 (Campo de' Fiori)

The Albergo del Sole has an eviable location in one of Rome's oldest quarters, and according to the proprietors, this two-star gem is the oldest hotel in Rome.

7.7 Guest Rating

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$107

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Hotel Arenula, Rome

Address Via Santa Maria Dè Calderari 47 (Campo de' Fiori)

The two-star Hotel Arenula is a frill-free spot with a fabulously central location and impressively low rates. 

7.5 Guest Rating

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$134

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