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Rome apt or 2-star hotel near Trastevere

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Hey ho Fodorite friends- I am really struggling on this October trip. Just cannot seem to make up my mind.

I'm flying solo this trip and, though I have stayed in apartments in Rome solo before, I'm thinking I may just want to book a hotel.

I would like to be close to a tram stop in Trastevere; I'd also consider anything close to a metro stop, (Spanish Steps, Barberini, Colosseum or Circus Maximus. Ghetto would be fine.)

I've looked at dozens and dozens of hotels on TripAdvisor, and still end up blank at the end of the night.

Anyone stay recently in that area? I'm looking for something under $200/night. (I met some folks last trip to Rome who said they really liked their hotel; it was closer to the river and I swear they said it was named after a nearby church. I was thinking San Francesco a Ripa, but then I was sure they were talking about something on the west side of the street. So I'm just confused.) :(

Help! any/all suggestions appreciated!

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