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Flann O'Brien Rooms Hotel Rome2 Stars
Via Nazionale 17 Rome 00184
Situated just around the corner from Piazza della Repubblica, Flann O'Brien Rooms Hotel is a great place to discover Rome's ancient monuments as well as art treasures which include, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain and many others.
Indulge yourself in a lifestyle of luxury at any of the elegantly designed rooms that offer unparalleled comfort to make your stay a memorable one.
Described as one of the prettiest dining places in Rome, the Flann O'Brien Restaurant overlooking one of the most famous shopping streets in Rome offers a wide variety modern cuisine and outstanding service. Combining traditional, warm, professional and attentive service with contemporary luxury, the lounge bar George Byron offers guests an oasis of calm and an extensive choice of aperitifs, cocktails and other drinks for you to enjoy.
Capturing the gracious style and hospitality, the royal and beautifully arranged banquet spaces are the Rome's most elegant address for a wedding. Also available is a tour desk where the friendly staff will provide you with all the information about the lovely city and its environs.
- Airport Transfer
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Parking Facilities
- Currency Exchange Services
- Laundry Facilities
- Photocopying Facilities
- Faxing Facilities
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Tour Desk
- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Internet Access
Flann O'Brien Rooms Hotel Rome Guest Reviews (8)
Yes this hotel is above a pub but was extremely peacefully. The hotel staff were amazing. All very helpful and friendly. The restaurant was very reasonably priced and had a good variety. The breakfast was great and they even made up a take away breakfast for us on our last day as we left early to visit the Vatican. Most tourist attractions were around 10 to 15 minute walk from the hotel. Not only will I stay here again I will also recommend it to friends going to Rome
AMANDA GRAY wrote on August 7, 2010
Location service and quality. Perfect. I will definitely go back there.
Luigi Rondanini wrote on June 1, 2010
Room was comfortable and staff were friendly. Heating instructions for the room were out in the corridor and not at first obvious. It would have been good to havethose instructions in the room.
Anonymous wrote on April 16, 2010
We stayed in a room separate from the hotel reception building. It made it more quiet in one way, but unfortunately it was very thin paper walls, so bringing some good ear plugs is recommended. The continental (American) breakfast was very good, quite a lot breakfast included in the price. Location was great - easy to walk everywhere! I would recommend it!
Anonymous wrote on November 1, 2009
strange hotel. we checked into the hotel which is in a pub. we were shown to our room which meant walking across the main road, up the street for about 100 metres & down a lane and into a building that was very old ,( the lift had a wrought iron cage), but the room was newly renovated.apparently there are rooms in the pub/reception building but the receptionist said they were a little bit noisy.
Anonymous wrote on June 20, 2009
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