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9 reviews
A wonderfully relaxing place to stay in central Siena with an aristocratic past and a country-house atmosphere. — The Telegraph
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9 reviews
Set behind a magnificent 17th-century facade and layered with dazzling frescoes, murals, antiques and antiquities, this is Siena's magnate for visiting dignitaries. — Star Service
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5 reviews
Cultured independent travellers will respond most warmly to this upmarket pensione — the kind of people who come with a Siena sightseeing checklist already in place, and don’t need 24-hour room service. — The Telegraph
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6 reviews
The well-run hotel is outside Porta Romana—a 15-minute walk south of Piazza del Campo. — Fodor's
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8 reviews
Part of the Relais & Chateaux chain of luxury hotels, this converted monastery lies in the countryside just outside Siena. — DK Eyewitness
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4 reviews
Charming B&B on the first floor of a medieval palazzo not far north of the Campo, with five air-conditioned en-suite rooms, all beautifully furnished and decorated; the quietest are at the back. — Rough Guide
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4 reviews
Terraced into the hill below San Domenico church in a relatively untouristy part of Siena, this simple, cheap hotel is run by the nuns of St. Catherine, so there's a certain monastic quality. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Delightful farmhouse accommodation just 10 minutes from Siena with unbeatable views of the city skyline, particularly magical at sunset, friendly, helpful hosts and colourful rooms full of character. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
An ideal choice for families; this inexpensive b&b is in a medieval palazzo with frescoed ceilings, in central Siena. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
Stylish boutique accommodation in an unbeatable location in central Siena with both historical and contemporary rooms. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
Guest rooms are functional, airy, and reasonably quiet, but the handy location... is the big plus here, that and the pleasant staff. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
Rooms have marble floors, brick and timbered ceilings, handsome iron bedsteads, and enough additional character that... may compensate for the fairly cramped quarters. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
Around 2.5km north of Siena, this 19th-century villa with two annexes is set in formal gardens and has plenty of amenities, including a swimming pool, restaurant... and tennis court. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Nestled into the hills of Monastero d’Ombrone, 15 miles east of Siena, Castel Monastero is set in a storybook eleventh-century hamlet with a circular piazza and stone tower. — Condé Nast Traveler
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3 reviews
Friendly, well-situated one-star hotel near San Domenico, with ten good-value rooms – some lack air conditioning and share bathrooms – and a roof terrace with a fantastic view over Siena. — Rough Guide
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2 reviews
At the edge of the old city, perched on a bluff with good views from the upper floors, this hotel is one of the key players for travelers in search of a dependable full-service hotel. — Star Service
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3 reviews
Rooms have tile floors, spacious bathrooms, and windows that open out onto peace and tranquillity. — Fodor's
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1 review
Ideally situated in the rolling landscape of Tuscany just 20 minutes from Siena, Villa Armena Relais is an exclusive 10-room inn in the village of Buonconvento. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
An inexpensive, traditional and comfortable hotel that’s within walking distance of Siena's historic centre. — The Telegraph
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1 review
A well-run, attractive and affordable contemporary b&b with good facilities and a handy position in central Siena. — The Telegraph
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