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Rome Hotel/B&B/Apartment Rentals? Help!

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Too much information is making my head explode!
I'll be in Rome from 18 May to 22 May with my adult kids. I managed to find places for us in Barcelona, Venice, and Florence and now I'm trying to figure out Rome and am just...overwhelmed!
I'd like to find somewhere fun/cool/interesting (or even just nice) for us to stay--could be a hotel, a b&b, or a rental apartment. There will be 4 of us for 1 night, then 2 of us for the rest. I can spend up to $300/night (though I'd like not to have to). I realize this is a bit vague, but that's pretty reflective of my current state of mind.

And while I'm on the subject of Rome, can anyone recommend a tour or tour guide for us?

Thanks!

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