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Indecisive on Where to Stay in Rome - Need Assistance?

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I'm being extremely indecisive on where to stay in Rome. I haven't taken a trip by myself in a different country before, so I am a little nervous. A clean place, private bathroom, friendly staff is high on my list. I've finally narrowed it down to the following:

1. http://www.realrome.com/propscarpettastudio.html (looks like the apartment is located near via salumi? Kinda close to the Isola Tiburina). I heard some good things about realrome from others on this forum, but not a lot of info about this place in particular. Slowtrav does not have any reviews. Has anyone stayed here or know someone who has?

2. Hotel due Torri - heard some nice things about them from this forum that is a couple years old. They get okay reviews. They warned that the room is small, but that doesn't bother me as long as the staff is decent.

3. Hosianum - I can't find any info on this place on this forum. looks like they get mostly decent reviews. Anyone stay here before? What is this area like? It looks like it is somewhere around the Colosseum, but more on the west side?

4. Maison Giulia - I haven't found many reviews, but the few I found were good. It looks like it is located on Via Giulia. I can't find a website on them, but it looks like it can be booked through venere.

They are all pretty much in the same price range. Well, the apartment is only 90 Euro per night. The rest are around 110 Euro, but more in the center. I decided against the Hotel Teatropace as it was 120 Euro and figured some of these others were probably just as good and it will save me a little. Any thoughts?

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