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Hotels with apartment options in central Rome, Venice and Riviera

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We are planning a family trip next July with our 3 young kids. We are too large a group for a hotel room (and would just be too cramped), but I'd rather be in a hotel setting than a self catering apartment. I'm looking for accommodations in Rome, Venice and a town along the Riviera to base ourselves while visiting Cinque Terre and other coastal towns. In Rome, I came across Hotel Modigliani (thanks to Bob the Navigator's tip on another thread), which has normal double rooms, but also a couple of apartments available with two sleeping areas for larger families. I'd love some additional suggestions in Rome to compare, and also something similar in Venice and the Riviera (I am stuck on picking a town- SML? Sestri Levante?). In the cities, I'd love to be in centro storico in Rome (close to Pantheon or Navona area), and in Venice close to San Marco. The kids are small and I'd like to minimize walking distances to get to the popular sites. Budget would be 400 E max per night (still less than booking two separate double rooms in most cases), but ideally less. I would greatly appreciate any suggestions!! Thanks very much!

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