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Hotel Pescille, hotel in San Gimignano

Hotel Pescille is set in an old farmhouse in the Tuscan countryside, 5 minutes' drive from San Gimignano. It offers a large garden with swimming pool, and free parking.

The staff and the location
Scored 9.0
9.0
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
586 reviews
Price from$172.72per night
Villasanpaolo Resort & Spa, hotel in San Gimignano

Located on a hill in the Tuscan countryside, 5 minutes' drive from San Gimignano, Villasanpaolo Resort & Spa is surrounded by olive groves. It offers a modern spa and both outdoor and indoor pools.

Property was clean, beautiful views and staff were wonderful, very helpful and accommodating. About a 20 minute drive to town, staff was very helpful in helping us get taxis. Breakfast was good.
Scored 8.5
8.5
Rated very good
Very Good
486 reviews
Price from$200.38per night
Cappuccina Country Resort, hotel in San Gimignano

A great base to discover Tuscany, this new, 4-star hotel Cappuccina Country Resort offers an excellent location, with stunning views of the medieval city of San Gimignano, 0.9 mi away.

The location, the staff and the perfect service. We celebrated and had a private dinner arranged for us on the terrace- it was amazing !!! Perfect place to stay in Tuscany for a romantic vacation. Many Thanks to Mr. Graziano and his team!
Scored 8.3
8.3
Rated very good
Very Good
67 reviews
Price from$186.22per night
Hotel Bel Soggiorno, hotel in San Gimignano

Located in the center of San Gimignano, Hotel Bel Soggiorno offers large rooms and an on-site restaurant serving typical Tuscan dishes. The Chianti wine area is just 12 miles away.

Location, AC
Scored 9.0
9.0
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
1,161 reviews
Price from$222.16per night
Hotel Sovestro, hotel in San Gimignano

Hotel Sovestro is surrounded by pine trees, vineyards and olive trees, just 0.9 mi from San Gimignano's towers. It features 2 swimming pools, a free gym and characteristic restaurant.

location and breakfast
Scored 9.1
9.1
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
763 reviews
Price from$130.68per night
Hotel La Collegiata, hotel in San Gimignano

Originally a Franciscan convent built in 1587, Hotel La Collegiata is located in the Colli Seneri area, within east reach of medieval towns such as San Gimignano and Volterra.

Gorgeous clean property close to town. Super friendly staff and quiet rooms. The bed was comfortable, rooms were clean and air conditioned, pool and facilities were beautiful, spectacular views etc.
Scored 9.0
9.0
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
443 reviews
Price from$315.81per night
Relais Santa Chiara Hotel - Tuscany Charme, hotel in San Gimignano

Relais Santa Chiara is set just 1312 feet from the medieval walls of San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It offers elegant rooms, a garden, and an outdoor pool.

The staff was super cute and fun. They spoke several languages and gave us an upgrade for our second and third nights. The breakfast buffet was also delightful, we made our own soft-boiled eggs and fresh fruit juices. One of the restaurants staff (afro-french guy) was super gentile and helpful. The view from the terrace in our room was simply spectacular, you could see several vine yards and a golden sunset.
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very Good
1,189 reviews
Price from$180.34per night
Leon Bianco, hotel in San Gimignano

Dating back to the 11th century, Leon Bianco is in Piazza della Cisterna, one of San Gimignano’s main squares. During summer, breakfast is served on the quiet, relaxing terrace.

The staff and the owners were absolutely amazing! the terrace for the breakfast was very relaxing and charming. The location is perfect. I give it a 10+.
Scored 8.9
8.9
Rated excellent
Excellent
1,720 reviews
Price from$116.44per night
Hotel La Cisterna, hotel in San Gimignano

Housed in an elegant, 14th-century building La Cisterna is set in a picturesque, namesake square in the heart of San Gimignano.

this hotel is set in the beautiful square in San Gimignano, you could never tire of walking out of the hotel into these surroundings.
Scored 8.7
8.7
Rated excellent
Excellent
1,610 reviews
Price from$98.95per night
Hotel & Restaurant Casolare Le Terre Rosse, hotel in San Gimignano

Just 3 miles from San Gimignano, Le Terre Rosse is close to the Via Francigena, the ancient pilgrim route to Rome.

Location is beautiful, very clean, silent, very good staff that all kind and helpful
Scored 8.8
8.8
Rated excellent
Excellent
1,040 reviews
Price from$151.37per night
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San Gimignano's best hotels with breakfast

  • Villa Ducci
    Scored 8.5
    8.5
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 550 reviews

    Set along the old Via Francigena road, Villa Ducci is located in a panoramic position with magnificent views over the medieval town San Gimignano, less than 1.2 mi from its city center.

    Beautiful location and the rooms were of good quality.

  • Hotel Le Renaie
    Scored 8.8
    8.8
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 510 reviews

    Hotel Le Renaie is 3.1 mi from San Gimignano, in the small village of Pancole where the historic Via Francigena street crosses.

    parking, bar/cafe, pool and staff's kindness

  • Hotel L'Antico Pozzo
    Scored 8.9
    8.9
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 639 reviews

    Set in the heart of San Gimignano on central Via San Matteo, L'Antico Pozzo is a 15th-century building renovated under the supervision of Italy's Fine Arts.

    Very good location Stylish room Perfect breakfast

  • Villasanpaolo Resort & Spa
    Scored 8.5
    8.5
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 486 reviews

    Located on a hill in the Tuscan countryside, 5 minutes' drive from San Gimignano, Villasanpaolo Resort & Spa is surrounded by olive groves. It offers a modern spa and both outdoor and indoor pools.

    Food, staff, drinks, pool, and room where all amazing.

  • Le Volpaie
    Scored 8.8
    8.8
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 532 reviews

    Hotel Le Volpaie is a beautiful, convenient base for exploring Tuscany. Set just 20 minutes’ drive from San Gimignano and Volterra the hotel has its own gardens and pool.

    Tutto, ma sopratutto la piscina, la pulizia e la colazione

  • Torciano Hotel Wine & Winery, Tuscany
    Scored 8.6
    8.6
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 25 reviews

    In a historic watchtower building in the town of Ulignano and a 10 minute drive from the center of San Gimignano, Torciano Hotel Wine & Winery, Tuscany offers rooms with a view of the grounds and a...

    The view was incredible. You overlook the vineyards.

  • Cappuccina Country Resort
    Scored 8.3
    8.3
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 67 reviews

    A great base to discover Tuscany, this new, 4-star hotel Cappuccina Country Resort offers an excellent location, with stunning views of the medieval city of San Gimignano, 0.9 mi away.

    Chambre très bien, malgré les travaux dans l'hotel.

  • Hotel Sovestro
    Scored 9.1
    9.1
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 763 reviews

    Hotel Sovestro is surrounded by pine trees, vineyards and olive trees, just 0.9 mi from San Gimignano's towers. It features 2 swimming pools, a free gym and characteristic restaurant.

    first class food. exceptional service. very friendly staff

FAQs about hotels in San Gimignano

A Tempting Tuscan Sun

San Gimignano, with the Italian sun glistening intently on its 14 remaining towers, cuts a dramatic figure from its position high on a Tuscan hill overlooking vineyards. However, it is when you get up-close-and-personal with this medieval-walled city and crane your neck to the blue sky that you truly appreciate its mesmerising beauty.

If you take away the swarming summer tourists circling the piazzas of San Gimignano, then this city offers you a wonderful trip back in time. The main square, Piazza della Cisterna, is surrounded by Romanesque buildings and Piazza del Duomo features Torre Grossa, the city’s tallest tower.

San Gimignano, originally an Entruscan village, was part of the ancient pilgrim route Via Francigena joining France to Rome. Its name was derived from the Bishop of Modena and is well known today as the Town of Fine Towers.

The 12th-century Collegiate Church of San Gimignano is a worth a visit with its wonderful collection of frescoes, and it also includes the Religious Art Museum.

Whether it is sitting on a restaurant terrace sipping some local Vernaccia wine or attending the lively Thursday Market, Booking.com has a range of San Gimignano hotels, guest houses and apartments for your stay. And just out of the city are options such as farm stays and country houses in the Tuscan countryside.

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  • 280 attractions
  • 1 point of interest
  • 1 neighborhood

What Guests Said About San Gimignano:

  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    A very beautiful sight when driving among the Tuscan hills...

    A very beautiful sight when driving among the Tuscan hills but a tourist magnet. The town itself is too touristy for my liking, it lost any originality or typical tuscan lifestyle due to the large numbers visiting. I prefer Siena or other towns or small villages near by where normal Italian life can still be seen. Expect lots of queues, guided tours and lots of souvenir shops.
    John
    Germany
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    San Gimignano is a beautiful town with lots of character.

    San Gimignano is a beautiful town with lots of character. Unfortunately very popular with tourists and gets very busy between 10-4 each day. There are many car parks and coach parks for their arrival, and car parking is very expensive - 2.50euro per hour. The restaurants and shops in the very center of the old town are aimed at this crowd, with more traditional, tastier food tucked down side alleys. There are other more rustic towns and villages within the surrounding area which have more charm and a more relaxed/ peaceful experience
    Emma
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 10
    10

    Such a beautiful hill town.

    Such a beautiful hill town. Stayed 3 nights which allowed us to explore all of the nooks and crannies and cobblestoned streets at night. Once the tourist busses leave you have the town to your self. You also do not have to wait inline for the worlds best gelato! Don't miss the winery at the top of the hill.
    Princezkellyd
    United States of America
  • Scored 10
    10

    A very spacious Apartment with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on...

    A very spacious Apartment with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the ground floor. The living room/dining room was very large and the air conditioner a plus. We also liked that it has a dishwasher and also a cloths washer and plenty of drying racks. The pool area and view was the highlight of the stay. The owners welcoming attitude and kindness makes us want to go back.
    Monica
    United States of America
  • Scored 10
    10

    VERY popular with tourists, and well-deserved!

    VERY popular with tourists, and well-deserved! You can easily chew up a solid day trying to cover all the interesting sights. There's no shortage of expected tourist shops along the clean quaint walks with buildings towering either side. A pleasant add is all the good quality clothing, food/drinks stops and art stores, as well. My wife could not decide on two light summer dresses, but were reasonably enough priced I got her both. And then quite nice sandals at another shop. And surprisingly inexpensive very good wines of the region's bespoke grapes. Definitely get the full tour ticket when doing the Tower Grosso climb and Collegiata cathedral tour. There's 5 attractions total included, and DO NOT MISS the contemporary art, medieval medicinal glass & glazedware works, and performing artists photo portraits exhibition all together at Museo Etrusco at the outskirts of the area. It's hidden gem, and conveniently on the way to the lower carpark. Car parking is a bear, and you must get there even before mid morning.
    Robert
    United States of America
  • Scored 10
    10

    The stay was way too short, wish could have lasted longer,...

    The stay was way too short, wish could have lasted longer, the room with the balcony view was a pleasant surprise, fantastic panorama couldn't ask for more, the breakfast had a lot of variety to suit everyone's choice . The staff are very helpful and friendly , a special mention for the lady who cleans the rooms, not easy but she did the work with care and a smile on her face , would recommend to anyone who has the chance to visit😊
    A
    Anonymous

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  • From $201.46 per night
    Scored 8.6
    8.6
    Rated excellent
    Excellent
     · 25 reviews
    Located in a very small, quit town near San Gimignano. Not a touristy area. Great to get away from crowds. There is a local bus that stops right outside of the hotel if you need to take pubic transit. Quiet and small hotel. Clean, quaint, and upscale for a very reasonable price. The best part was being able to go to the family's winery on the other side of town and do a tasting of many wines from the area. The family was so hospitable, kind, and took pride and care in their business.
    S
    Stefanie
    Italy
  • Scored 9.3
    9.3
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 732 reviews
    The property is located in a vineyard, and a well-kept garden, an impressive place, friendly staff, the rooms are good and clean, the cleaning service is excellent, the breakfast is delicious and fresh, a nice and pleasant and clean pool, a neat parking place that can be reached at all hours of the day, we had a great time, many thanks to the hotel staff . Location near the nearby town of San Gimignano
    Jacob
    Israel
  • Scored 9.6
    9.6
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 280 reviews
    A wonderful location with a beautiful view of San gimigano. Barbara was so lovely and welcoming. The pool has the best view. A traditional, delicious Italian breakfast each morning and chatting with other guests was wonderful. Spotlessly clean. If I'm ever back in Italy, I'm definitely coming back to Barbara's!
    maria
    Canada
  • From $247.20 per night
    Scored 9.2
    9.2
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 689 reviews
    The location is incredible, in a small, beautiful Tuscan village: exactly what you would hope for when travelling to Italy. The rooms are rustic, beautifully renovated and comfortable. Beyond that, the staff goes above and beyond to meet your every need and genuinely cares about all guests.
    Nick
    Ireland
  • Scored 9.3
    9.3
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 62 reviews
    I misread the fact that the flat had air conditioning. Instead for air-conditioning we had fans that helped moving the air around and made the heat bearable, yet it was hard to sleep due to the heat wave that hit Italy during the days we were in San Gminiano.
    matteo
    United Arab Emirates

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