We have one night in Rome at the end of our trip and I'm trying to decide between the Hotel Hassler and the Waldorf Cavalieri just outside of town. We have two girls, ages 9 & 11, and would like to have one last special family night before the trip ends. Both hotels can accommodate us with adjoining rooms. Realistically, we won't be doing much sightseeing, as we'll be driving back from Tuscany that day, probably arriving Rome around lunchtime. Our flight home is the next morning at 10:30 a.m. We'd like to just relax and enjoy the afternoon and have a nice/fun last authentic Roman meal out. Is the Hassler near anywhere interesting that we could kick around in the afternoon or before/after dinner? And are there good restaurants within walking distance? I'm thinking that would be the big advantage over staying at the Cavalieri since it is somewhat isolated. But it also seems like we could just chill out at the Cavalieri, so not sure. Price is almost exactly the same.
Also, we are spending one night in Rome at the beginning of the trip at the Hotel Spendide Royal. We'll have a full day and a half of sightseeing then with our guide, for what it's worth.Edited: 09 July 2013, 15:37