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Rome Hotel: Stay in Piazza Navonna Or Margutta - Campo Marzio Area ?

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Would you rather stay right by Piazza Navona or Margutta and Campo Marzio Area?
I've done a lot of reading and research since I posted my " Rome 1st time" thread. Now it's coming down to two possible locations for my accommodation and getting on with my reservation for Spring 2016 or may 2016. Budget is not an issue.

My important considerations are more on the location's overall Roman vibe and visitor experience, nice surroundings, good restaurants. In terms of the hordes of tourists at Navona, is it that bad? I do know that P Navonna has whole lot more people being a plaza and all than Margutta street.

I'm thinking about a couple of suite accommodations: Marguutta 54 and Navonna 49.
http://www.romeluxurysuites.com/margutta/default-en.html?
or
http://www.navona49.com
Thanks

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