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Hotel Santa Caterina vs Borgo Santo Pietro

Hotel Santa Caterina and Borgo Santo Pietro are both highly recommended by those who travel for a living. On balance, Hotel Santa Caterina scores significantly higher than Borgo Santo Pietro. Hotel Santa Caterina comes in at #3 in Siena with recommendations from 6 sources including Lonely Planet, Oyster and Fodor's.

Hotel Santa Caterina
Hotel Santa Caterina
8 / 10
Via Enea Silvio Piccolomini 7, 53100 Siena
From $67 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Service
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Fodor's Fodor's
"The well-run hotel is outside Porta Romana—a 15-minute walk south of Piazza del Campo." Full review
Frommer's Frommer's
"You'll find some of the friendliest hoteliers in Siena here, and they've been slowly reinvesting in the place." Full review
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Ask for a room with a view down a verdant, unspoiled valley south of Siena.
Lonely Planet Lonely Planet
"This renovated 18th-century elegant villa, just outside the city walls, is a stone's throw beyond the Porta Romana." Full review
Oyster Oyster
Mid-Range
"Housed in a restored 18th-century villa just outside Siena's medieval city walls, the 22-room Hotel Santa Caterina is an intimate, welcoming, mid-range little hotel, often with budget-friendly rates." Full review
Afar Magazine Afar Magazine
"TIP: Make sure to ask for a view-side (not street-side) room. They're not guaranteed, but WOW. The views are amazing." Full review
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Borgo Santo Pietro
Borgo Santo Pietro
7 / 10
Borgo Santo Pietro, 110 - Loc. Palazzetto, 53012 Chiusdino
From $819 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
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Mr & Mrs Smith Mr & Mrs Smith
"Grounded by its delicious dining and warm family welcomes, this merry manor will introduce you to all that is charming and spot-on about the Italian way of life." Full review
Hideaway Report Hideaway Report
96.0
"Thirty-five minutes southeast of Siena in a rural corner of Tuscany, this 13th-century stone manor house, built as a resting place for pilgrims en route to Rome, is now a lavish 20-room hotel." Full review
Michelin Guide Michelin Guide
"The rooms and suites are the equal of any resort hotel in terms of comfort, and in character they’re miles beyond — if you want a taste of old-world Italian aristocracy, this is where you’ll find it." Full review