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Hotel Duomo

Hotel in Siena City Centre, Siena

Set within a 12th-century mansion, the hotel is located in the historical center of Siena, near the cathedral and Piazza del Campo, and features spectacular views over the surrounding Sienese Hills. Very friendly, great location, silent night, staff were very attentive

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8.3
Very Good
2,849 reviews
Price from
$55
per night

Albergo Chiusarelli

Hotel in Siena City Centre, Siena

The 3-star Albergo Chiusarelli is close to Siena Bus Station. Rooms have been completely renovated according to NeoClassical style. A buffet breakfast is served daily. nice place to stay, nice staff, located in a good area.

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8.6
Excellent
2,094 reviews
Price from
$58
per night

Hotel Athena

Hotel in Siena City Centre, Siena

Located inside Siena's historic walls, Hotel Athena offers free parking, an elegant Italian restaurant and a furnished terrace with views of the town and the surrounding valley. Internet is free. They gave us Room Upgrade with nice view. Staff was very polite and helpful.

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8.9
Excellent
2,561 reviews
Price from
$68
per night

Hotel Minerva

Hotel in Siena City Centre, Siena

Set about a 10-minute walk from Piazza del Campo, Hotel Minerva offers views of historical Siena. It features a panoramic garden and air-conditioned rooms with free high-speed WiFi. We had a room with our own terrace overlooking Sienna, it was beautiful. Perfect location for everything.

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7.8
Good
2,657 reviews
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$78
per night

Hotel Santa Caterina

Hotel in Siena

Hotel Santa Caterina is housed in an 18th-century villa just a few steps from Porta Romana. Enjoy breakfast out on the terrace with a view of the Tuscan hills. A little gem outside the city walls! Easy 15 minute walk to the main square which is worth it for the amazing view you get from the hotel’s terrace - you wouldn’t get this from a hotel in the centre! Lovely breakfast and helpful staff who sorted out restaurant reservations for us. Parking on site - make sure you book you also need to pay city tax on departure in cash - 5 euros a day. Rooms basic but very clean and have everything you need - also quiet. Highly recommend it - made our trip complete!

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9
Awesome
1,811 reviews
Price from
$90
per night

NH Siena

Hotel in Siena City Centre, Siena

NH Siena is a 10-minute walk from Piazza del Campo and 0.9 mi from Siena Train Station. It offers air-conditioned rooms with modern-style décor, satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. Everything was done with elegance yet down to earth and friendly. The room and staff were all excellent.

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7.9
Good
2,699 reviews
Price from
$76
per night

Hotel Certosa Di Maggiano

Hotel in Siena

Certosa Di Maggiano is a former monastery located in the Tuscan countryside, 1.2 mi from Siena's famous Piazza del Campo. It offers unique rooms, free internet and free parking. The atmosphere of the entire hotel was really nice, as the building has been old architecture and well coordinated & renovated. We could feel that we have been staying at historical place with peace. Room has also nice looking old style furniture which makes warm feeling. My daughter loved bed which was very large and nicely decorated. Staff was very kind, friendly and offers good service. We got one wine bottle and also olive oil which seemed made from that hotel or close area. Overall stay was fabulous.

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9.4
Awesome
890 reviews

Hotel Alma Domus

Hotel in Siena City Centre, Siena

Set in a 13th-century building, Hotel Alma Domus offers rooms in the historic center of Siena, a 2-minute walk from Basilica Cateriniana San Domenico Church. Hotel Alma Domus exceeded the expectations of my buddy and me. The location was right in the heart of Siena, a few minutes walk to Piazza Gramsci friom where the buses go, and the view from the room of the Duomo and San Domenico Church were breathtaking. The breakfast was quite extensive with juice, coffee/tea, breads, yoghurt, pastries, cakes. There was a beautiful reading room that my buddy and I used to read, to reflect and to chat at the end of the day. I would return again in an instant, and the staff were helpful and always pleasant. A wonderful esxperience for the two of us!

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8.3
Very Good
2,495 reviews
Price from
$68
per night

Hotel Italia

Hotel in Siena

Hotel Italia is a charming 20-minute walk from Siena's Piazza del Campo. The escalator which connects the historical center to Siena Station is 164 feet from the hotel. Buses stop just 98 feet away. Great location, extremely hospitable staff, great rooms - spacious, spotlessly clean

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8.9
Excellent
1,704 reviews
Price from
$58
per night

Albergo Cannon d'Oro

Hotel in Siena City Centre, Siena

Set in a building from the first half of the 13th century and located in the historical center of Siena, Albergo Cannon d'Oro is 984 feet from Piazza del Campo square and less than a 10-minute walk... Location location location!! Just a room, a bed and a bathroom, perfect for a short trip if you spend most the time sight seeing

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7.3
Good
1,976 reviews

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Romantic Renaissance

Surrounded by rolling hills and Chianti vineyards, Siena shines as a jewel of the Tuscan Renaissance, and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Experience the famous Palio di Siena horse race, catch the pulse of the city at Piazza del Campo, visit the beautiful Duomo cathedral…and fall in love with this charming city!

Founded by Etruscans around 900 BC, the city was first conquered by Romans and later by Lombards. The Middle Ages saw it becoming the independent and flourishing Republic of Siena, until its annexation to the Grand Duchy of Tuscany.

The economic difficulties that followed turned out to be a blessing for the preservation of its historic center. Adorned with frescoes by Ghirlandaio and bass-reliefs by Donatello, Lorenzo Ghiberti, and Jacopo della Quercia, the Duomo represents the highest expression of this well-kept legacy. The shell-shaped Piazza del Campo, with the Palazzo Pubblico and the Gaia Fountain, is still the heart and soul of the city. Follow the labyrinth of narrow streets and passages that irradiate from there and you will be enchanted by its romantic atmosphere from ancient times.

The closest airports are Peretola Airport in Florence and Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa, though Guglielmo Marconi Airport in Bologna is also well connected. While planning your trip, don’t forget to check out the Siena accommodations deals on Booking.com!

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