Via Palestro 13, Rome, Italy
This destination can have additional per person taxes which are excluded in the prices below
Conveniently located in the middle of the city, this 3-star hotel makes for an ideal base in Rome. It is steps from Portia Pia, eateries and nightlife options.
This modern hotel provides a ra...
Distance to city centre
Distance to airport
Free Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi available in all areas, Internet
Policies vary by room type and provider.
+39 068 115 3633
Electric kettle, Family rooms, Towels, Safety deposit box, Cribs available, Laundry facilities, Elevator, Minibar, Flat-screen TV, Free toiletries, Shampoo, Smoke alarms, Heating, Shower, Breakfast included, Hypoallergenic, Key card access, Sofa bed, Allergy-free room, No smoking, Soundproof rooms, ...
Babysitting or child care, Wake-up service, Daily housekeeping, Concierge service, Currency exchange on-site, Laundry service, Tour desk, 24-hour security, Airport shuttle
The Guardian is generally less than the average price of 4 stars hotels in Rome. On average, you can expect to pay $159 per night in Rome. The Guardian will run you $120 per night, which is 25% cheaper than the Rome average.
With a distance of 15.0 mi between The Guardian and the nearest airport, Rome Fiumicino, the drive typically takes about 30min depending on traffic. Be sure to check traffic trends near the hotel and airport as some areas experience higher traffic than others and can increase your expected travel time.
Rideshare apps and taxis remain a very common solution for The Guardian guests. This is often the most cost-effective method of transportation when visiting Rome.
The Guardian is just 1.4 mi away from the center of Parioli, Rome. From The Guardian you can easily get to other popular landmarks such as Fontana di Trevi.
For questions regarding your hotel or your stay, call +39 068 115 3633.
Yes, The Guardian has Wi-Fi available to hotel guests.