Occupying two floors of a palazzo that once belonged to the Borghese family, this is a noble address (equidistant from the Pantheon, Spanish Steps, and Piazza del Popolo) at sort-of plebeian prices. It’s not a fancy place, but the classically decorated, family-friendly rooms are bright and spacious, with high ceilings, parquet or marble inlaid floors, and well-organized, if unremarkable, bathrooms.