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Rome Hotels (Again!)

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I know there have been threads on this topic before, but none of them have helped me. Maybe if I set out some specific criteria, someone can come up with a suggestion?

We're looking for a modestly-priced hotel or B&B in Rome - by which I mean 110 euros a night or less. (That's $175 in our money, which to us steep)! We've stayed in several good hotels in Paris within this price range, but are having difficulty finding it in Rome. Near Termini would be nice, but not essential. Within 10-15 minutes walk from a not-too-far-out metro station such as Colosseo, Barberini, Repubblica, Spagna etc would do just as well. We require an ensuite, but otherwise our needs are modest. We are not people who "hang around" our hotel, much preferring to be out exploring. So long as it's clean, quiet and friendly, that's fine with us.

Hoping someone out there can help... Cheers

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