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How many kids can I cram in a hotel room?

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Although I've been to Europe many times, I've never taken kids. In March, I, my wife and 2 kids (ages 9 and 12) are going to Italy for 9 days. Specifically Rome, Assisi and somewhere in Liguria. My questions are these:

Can I fit my family in a triple room at most mid-level hotels, inns? Or do I need to get 2 rooms? Will small hotels even allow us to cram into a room? Would staying in a monastery (in Rome) be a good idea? We're Catholic, if it matters.

In Rome, I'm really trying not to spend over $250 a night for all 4 of us, and hopefully $200 in Assisi and Liguria.

Any help/advice would be appreciated.

Thanks

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