Hotels and More in Siena

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  • $128

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    Palazzo Ravizza, Siena
    9.2 Awesome 1,347 reviews
    Description A historic hotel in the heart of Siena, Palazzo Ravizza offers elegant rooms with characteristic 1920s furnishings. This family-run property is less than half a mile from Piazza del Campo.

    "The hotel is older but very nice. The breakfast was great and the staff was excellent. It's easy if you have a car."

    Tim. United States of America
  • $69

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    Hotel Italia, Siena
    9.0 Awesome 3,003 reviews
    Description 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 ! Walking distance to old city. Parking is hard. Very nice room with small deck. Staff was very helpful ."

    margaret. United States of America
  • $98

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    Hotel Athena, Siena

    Hotel Athena

    Siena City Centre, Siena

    9.0 Awesome 2,498 reviews
    Description 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.

    "This was a great hotel to park your car you have with you on holiday. The staff were exceptionally nice as they allowed us to check in early and made sure we felt welcome! Really recommend as Il Campo and Duomo are within a 15 minute walk."

    Elisabeth. Netherlands
  • $83

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    Sangallo Park Hotel, Siena
    9.1 Awesome 1,390 reviews
    Description With its hilltop location, Sangallo Park Hotel offers panoramic views across Siena and the surrounding Tuscan countryside.

    "Clean, good location, nice breakfast"

    Igor. United States of America
  • $79

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    Hotel Palazzo di Valli, Siena
    9.3 Awesome 480 reviews
    Description Situated only 440 yards from the historic center of Siena, Hotel Palazzo di Valli is a gorgeous 18th century villa beautifully decorated and smartly furnished in traditional Tuscan style.

    "A beautiful place you will never want to leave! The people who work there are super warm and friendly. Girolamo took great care to suggest amazing restaurants to us. We have never dined better than we did in Siena, thanks to his recommendations! The view out of our bedroom window was magical—like a postcard. (See the attached photo) We slept with the windows wide open at night, and fell asleep to the sound of wind blowing through olive trees and frogs chirping. It was heaven. Breakfast on the veranda was also amazing. The location is great—about a 20 minute walk from the Duomo, just outside the city walls. I recommend Palllazo di Vialle extremely highly. We wish we could have spent a week there, rather than just a night. We hope to go back soon!"

    Travis. United States of America
  • $233

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    Grand Hotel Continental Siena - Starhotels Collezione, Siena
    9.0 Awesome 466 reviews
    Description Grand Hotel Continental Siena - Starhotels Collezione is a luxury, 5-star hotel in the most popular shopping district of Siena, within the ancient walls.

    "The hotel was beautiful and the staff was excellent. In particular, we were extremely impressed with their concierge Nabil, who helped us in many ways and went way above and beyond what was required."

    Steve. United States of America
Siena was highly rated for history by 584 guests from the United States! Siena Travel Guide

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!