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Where to stay in Rome

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My daughter and I have both been posting asking for itinerary suggestions for our upcoming trip to Europe - specifically Italy and Germany. She is mostly in charge of the itinerary and it is still a work in progress. Struggling with what to cut!

However, we do know that we will be arriving in Rome and staying at least 4 nights.

Last time (the only time) my husband and I were in Rome we stayed at Albergo del Senato. The location was amazing and we were able to walk everywhere. However it is a little pricey for this trip. We would like to sleep for about 225E or less per night for the two of us.

We are looking for something centrally located, withing walking distance of most of the main sights, and especially someplace that is in a very safe and comfortable location for two women walking alone in the evenings. I also need quiet at night!

Looking on trip advisor it appears that most of the B and B's are the better value - but are farther from the city center. We don't want to be coming home at night on the subway, etc.

Any suggestions for areas and hotels?

Thanks so much!

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