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Hotel Modigliani or Hotel Santa Maria (Rome)

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Thanks to everyone who replied to my inital post about choosing a Rome hotel with advice and suggestions. We now have our dates firmed up - we were able to get FF tickets on Delta using AmEx and Delta miles :) so I want to book our hotel. I've narrowed it down to the two in my title and would be interested in any opinions about which would be a better choice for us. We like to be in an active, vibrant part of the city near good restaurants, cafes, and in proximity to the major attractions. Hotel Santa Maria appeals to me, but we're concerned that it may be in too quiet a location for us. We're going to Rome in early to mid-May so we won't be there in the heart of the summer. I also like what I've read about Hotel Modigliani. The owners sound like they are invested in having their guests enjoy the Rome experience. We do want to stick with hotels - I personally would feel a little to isolated in an apartment as it's our first visit to Rome. I've gotten great advice here for previous trips and I trust your opinions. Thanks!

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