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Good Hotels in Rome?

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Well, it has been 15 years, but we stayed at Hotel delle Muse and loved it. It was affordable, quiet, we could eat dinner there after a long day of sightseeing,quaint, quiet...It isn't right in the thick of things, but that's why we liked it. We could easily catch a bus right outside to get to anything we needed to get to. Usually, we would be gone all day so we would catch the bus in the morning and a return bus in the evening. We stayed at a highly rated hotel closer downtown our first night and hated it. (That hotel had been added in/booked by our airline). Then we stayed at the delle Muse for 7 nights and liked it so much better (I had booked it in advance). We also stayed at a hotel for one night on a two-day excursion to Capri and liked it, but still not as much as delle Muse. It served as a really nice home base for us while we were there. HTH!

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Last November, we stayed at Hotel San Marco. I thought it was nearly perfect: low price point, great location, excellent breakfast, and very clean (if small-ish and boring-ish) rooms.

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Are you decided that you want a hotel?  Or have you considered an Airbnb?  In my experience, an Airbnb is a better value as they are often less expensive than a hotel, but so nice for a family as you will have a kitchen, a living room, and enough bedrooms for kids and parents without having to buy 2 hotel rooms.  Just a thought!

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My three young adult sons went to Rome this past March and stayed in an apartment using Airbnb. I think it worked out to less than $100 per day and they had 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, and were right by the Spanish Steps. It was clean and nicely decorated, too. 

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We stayed at the Best Western Artdeco and the NH last fall.

 

NH is ten steps from the train station, safe, super nice, but $$.

 

The BW was fabulous - clean, hilariously Italian elevator, huge room, great bathroom, safe, and a good price. There were great restaurants nearby, (and a fabulous local neighborhood a few blocks away with amazing gelato... and bakery...) and it was an easy walk to the train station.

 

There's a local room tax you pay upon departure, fyi. I can't remember how much.

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