Flann O'Brien Rooms0.0 out of 5.0
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We stayed for a few nights at Flann O'Brien in Sept 17. Our room was quite modest and a little claustrophobic but it was clean and served the purpose. The bar itself was great and the food was very good. It was really nice being able to sit outside and get chatting to lots of lovely people on the adjacent tables.If anybody was looking for a low cost bed & breakfast in a very convenient location with the added bonus of staying at a great bar then this is the one for you.
Good Corner with outside seating on both sides of the corner, was close to our hotel and have good menu and more important very friendly staff and free Wi-Fi. Prices are very reasonable and allows Cigar Smokers
Great food and lots of different beer also a sports bar showing most European and UK matches and if not on request for it to be but on. Staff very accommodating and friendly especially Matilda and Lumi who went to extremes to get our Celtic match on . Pizza is exceptional and caeser salad is amazing. The Irish folk band on Friday nights are brilliant and all local Roman people just amazing. Will definitely be back on our next trip to Rome. Big thanks to Lumi and Matilda once again.
Went here for drinks and they were awful! There was more ice in the glass than anything else. Couldn't taste the alcohol it was so watered down. After ordering another drink, the same thing happened. Complained to another staff member who told me that they didn't rate the barman, that he was only new and nobody liked him! How unprofessional. Between the lack of alcohol in the drinks, the slow service and how the staff actually speak about each other, this place is just bottom of places to go in Rome! Much nicer pub directly across the street if you're looking for a decent drink and pleasant service.
A family friendly, casual dining restaurant in the heart of Rome. No dress code required just good honest food that is locally sourced. Good for Lunches, Coffees, Dinners or any occasion. Friendly and helpful staff. Reasonable prices.
When we started looking for hotels in Rome, we quickly noticed that hotels could be very expensive. This hotel was in our price range. The hotel has only a few rooms (4 or 5) and they are on top of an Irish Pub (we did not hear anything from the bar). If you think that you will be spending most of your time out in the streets of Rome, it's perfect! The room was very acceptable, not too small and simple furniture. "Nothing Fancy" but we did not care. The bathroom was small and had no bathtub, just a shower. They offer a Free Continental Breakfast served in the Irish Pub below. It's a Coffee, Hot Milk or Tea served with a couple buns and jams. If you think it's not enough, you can select something else from the Breakfast Menu and you just pay the difference. You need to check in inside the Irish Pub to get your keys. There is a separate door to get to the rooms. The girl at check in took us up to our room and explained everything. We found them friendly at the bar. Our room was clean. If you don't mind walking a little bit to get to the tourist areas, you'll like it. We would go back! Once again, don't expect a luxury hotel. Positive Close to the Termini Train Station (10 - 12 minute walk) Quiet On a main road (Via Nazionale) Air Conditioning works very well (close the windows or it does not work) 20 minutes away from most attractions (Coliseum, Trevi Fountain, etc.) A small safe in the room A mini fridge in the room Negative Steep steps to go up to the rooms Could be noisy if someone talks too loud in the hallway The bed was a little bit too firm
Stayed for 5 nights in a dbl room (104) . Small room but has everything needed , fridge , TV ( only found 1 channel in English ) but ok didn't spend much time in room ,bed amazing , pillows ok , bathroom very small , but has everything you need ( shower cubicle very small ) , fresh towels every 2 nd day ( can get everyday if you ask) ..can't fault it for the price .. Breakfast included is only small , the pub is a great spot , we only ate there once but was on par with a lot of restaurants around ...wifi good . Close to everything ..would recommend .. We stayed above the pub , ( only 4 here but there are more rooms down the street )
Was a good size room in a good area .was nothing fancy but im never in my room but to sleep . Bed was comfy and room was clean the shower was small , too small, and bring your own shampoo there was non provided or soap there was a few bottles of body wash, there was a coffee machine in the hall but not in your room , coffe was good.its on the second floor but theres a small elevator , lots of food in the area , small store and a mcdonalds at the end of the block .we didnt eat the breakfast at the resturant till our last day , we enjoyed it and wished we had , was coffee, orange juice, Cresent and a roll with some jam .so its nothing fancy but for the price cant be beat , would stay again
I went to Rome for the first time with my mom. First we had an hotel outside of Rome but we decided to get an Hotel on a good location for a reasonable price. The room was across the street of the Hotel, we stayed in the room in Via Firenze. It was an standard accommodation which suffied our needs for our short stay. It was all a bit worn out, but on the upside very clean. We had a nice welcome and got a map of Rome with all the must see's. Breakfast was simple, but a great way to start off a busy day. I would stay here again because of the price and location.
Went to Rome as a group of lads for 6 Nations rugby and the Flann was ideal. Greta central location just a short walk from Republicca Metro and an easy stroll from Termini too. Check in was great and they even telephoned us to make sure we found the place ok. We were in "the annexe" which is a floor in a nearby building. It was a great old European block. The lift was a little ropey and worked intermittently but the stairs weren't too much trouble. There were four keys required for access etc which were a little burdensome. The room was fine. It was clean and everything worked. The décor needed some attention but didn't overly detract from the weekend. Make no mistake though. These rooms are not a modern hotel room and if you expect that, look elsewhere. For €52 per person per night including breakfast in a European capital however, they represent excellent value. I found the bed clean and comfortable and I slept easily - although to be fair, I had been drinking on both nights. everything worked in the bathroom although the shower wall was a little unsightly with peeling paint and the shower door was a little tight for the "bigger boned gentleman". Breakfast was served in the Flann O'Brien Pub. There was a free continental included but an option to upgrade from the restaurant menu. We upgraded for the full irish brekky which was unusual. Two friend eggs, two rashers of bacon, borlotti beans in spicy sauce and some very salty Italian sausage served with two slices of toast and some French fries & lettuce. It was however surprisingly tasty and we had it on both mornings for a €6 charge. All in all, a good experience and I will definitely stay again.
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