If you’re looking for a hotel in Romans-sur-Isere, look no further than Hotel Restaurant Le Clos des Tanneurs.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Romans Comfort Inn offer air conditioning.
Guests of Hotel Restaurant Le Clos des Tanneurs are also welcome to enjoy a pool and a restaurant, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Restaurant le Chevet de Saint Barnard, one of the delis that can be found in Romans-sur-Isere, which is a short distance from Hotel Restaurant Le Clos des Tanneurs.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a history museum, such as Centre Historique de la Resistance et de la Deportation.
The staff at Hotel Restaurant Le Clos des Tanneurs looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The hotel modestly gives itself a 2-star rating. It’s at least three. Rooms are average sized and have modern bathrooms that work well. Everything is clean and tidy. The breakfast buffet is extensive and fresh. Plenty of parking. Close to CBD up a reasonably steep hill. Service friendly, even if my French is less than adequate.
We were looking for a place where to break for the night on our trip South. It worked for us: - a little run down but clean... - Quiet! - very close to the town center which was great to take a walk after a day in the car.
The hotel is 2 star accommodation and although in need of upgrade and a full revamp still achieves an acceptable standard. The Hotel is clean through out with the staff very helpful and friendly. Rooms have the required amenities however very basic. The pool was covered due to the time of year so I cannot comment. Breakfast was European style and had sufficient choice. The immediate surrounding area reflects a town which is run-down however if the walk for 5-10 minutes there are plenty of nice streets & shops. If you are after accommodation to use as a bed for the night this Hotel is acceptable and achieves what you need. With some money outlay this could be a gem of a hotel but without expenditure on the local area as well it is questionable whether this will occur.
En route we were looking for a character hotel in the region - difficult now as the chains have squeezed them out. Comfort Inn filled the gap. Check-in was business-like and charmless. Rooms were fine and the mattress was very comfortable. Romans itself, which we scouted quickly for dinner, seemed a town dying an economic death; or maybe it was just a Monday evening. We opted for the Comfort Inn dinner which was very pleasant and service warm. Breakfast was a normal buffet but the coffee arrangements could improve.
The Comfort Hotel provides easy access to the Romans downtown area for shopping, restaurants, and to walk along the Isere river. An Aldi supermarket is right next door for food and drink. The hotel room provided very nice accommodations, had a restful night sleep. While not new (dated furnishings) and showing wear (carpets), it was nicely kept clean by the staff. The front desk personnel were very friendly and helpful. The morning continental breakfast was superior with a wide selection of items, it was very much appreciated. The restaurant in the hotel also served up very nice dinners. Within easy walking of the International Footwear museum and WWII Resistance and Deportation exhibit too!