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Rome hotel: Choose the Abruzzi ,Albergo del Senato, Le Minerve

I am going to Rome in September for 4 nights. Previously I have stayed near the Spanish Steps but want to try a different area near the Pantheon. I have narrowed it down to these three hotels. The Abruzzi is slightly less expensive, but they are all running over $400 US per night which I think is outrgeous to begin with....but I know Rome is very expensive.

The Senato only has a classic double available so there is no opportunity for a balcony or view of the pantheon...but that is the hotel that is most appealing to me at this point.

Thanks everyone!

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