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Luxury accommodation in historic center of Rome? Where would you stay?

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I have stayed in Rome many times since 2000, but always in B&B or apartment rentals. I have NEVER booked a room in a hotel in Rome.

But this year is different. After I depart my week-long yoga retreat in Puglia on April 10, I need to spend just one night in the Eternal City before I fly out of FCO early on April 11. I want to stay in a lovely, beautiful, QUIET room, in the dead center of Rome. I'm talking Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, etc.

Since I'm only staying one night, I am willing to splurge!

So, where would you recommend I stay?

I know there are big, luxury hotels closer to San Pietro and Monte Mario--but I want to stay dead-center in the tourist mecca of Rome. I've never done it and it seems like so much fun!

If you reply and tell me your recommendation, please let me know why you like the place so much. And (most important) was the room really quiet at night? :)

THANKS to you all!

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