Best Last Night in Rome

Any suggestions of a fabulous spot to spend our last night in Rome?

Posted by Harold
New York, NY, USA
2852 posts

Did you mean a fabulous hotel, a fabulous restaurant, a fabulous sightseeing location, or something else? Once you clarify, people can help with suggestions. If you mean a hotel, restaurant, or something else with a price tag, please state your budget ("fabulous" is often "expensive," and it doesn't help to recommend something you can't afford).

Posted by Ken
Yakima, WA, 98908
73 posts

I was about to post a similar response - you need to clarify what you mean a little bit more. Also, it would be helpful to know how long you are in Rome for and what you plan to do before your "last night". Although everyone has different tastes, a lasting memory for my wife and I, which we did in our last night in Rome, was to go our for dinner at a nice restaurant and then we made our way to the Pantheon and Piazza Novona and sat and watched the street performers and looked at the artists displays. We sat on the Four Rivers Fountain for a bit and just people watched and tried to take in the atmosphere of the place. We then did the Rick Steves night walk to the Trevi Fountain (stopping for gelato at Giolitti's) and ending at the Spanish Steps. We also took the metro to the Coliseum stop to look at at the Coliseum as it appears after dark. It is nicely lit. We had previoulsy visited most of these spots on earlier days, but found it was a memorable way to spend our last evening in Rome.

Posted by Jacqueline
Los Angeles
5 posts

You are both quite right! I was adding this thought after a previous question so was thinking it would be linked to that conversation. I was speaking of a hotel. My plans are complete except the last night before we leave for the airport in Rome. I was hoping to find something with a great view. Maybe near Spanish Steps in the moderate to higher end range of price.

Posted by SamSn
Scottsdale, AZ, USA
1092 posts

Once again, you need to state your budget in euro. "Moderate to higher end range of price" means different things to different people.