We stayed just one night in Siena. We arrived early to the hotel (by a few hours), and our room was ready so we were able to drop off our luggage and see the town (this may not be the case for everyone, we vacationed in the off-season). They were very helpful with restaurants and what sites to see. The restaurant we ate at for dinner was one of the best meals we had in our ten day stay in Italy, great recommendation. The rooms are modern and clean. The breakfast had a great variety and was convenient. We wanted to do a bit more adventuring the day we checked-out, so they allowed us to leave our car in their parking lot until we got back. Very short walk into the center of town. The area was very safe as well.
We booked this hotel the night before we arrived and found it to be a lovely place to stay. The staff was great. The accommodations were also quite nice. This was our third hotel to stay in while traveling through Italy. So far it's our favorite.
17th-century palace-turned-hotel in central Siena This historic hotel in Siena’s shopping district neighbors the Duomo and …More
It is a nice hotel close to everything except the train station although if you use the multiple level escalators from the station it's and easy walking trip. The hotel was clean and nicely decorated but does not have an elevator which could be important to some. The office staff were very professional but not as welcoming as other places we stayed.
The hotel is an old convent sympathetically converted into a hotel. We had an upper room with stunning far reaching views. You need to be aware that the wi-fi is shockingly bad - we both have businesses we needed to run and had to go daily to the square where all cafes have poor but useable connections. Breakfast is good but get there at 9 or before to have the best choice. Fruit juice in plastic cups will be your only disappointment. It will cost you 10 euro from the station to get here by taxi. The nearest restaurant is 20 metres from the front door and is rustic and cheap. It's 15 min downhill to the main square - the Campo. Out and about It's 20 euro for a bottle of good local wine and expect to pay 7-12 euro for pizza. The best places to eat are tucked away in side streets - San Giuseppe is a fabulous example. A car is a waste of money here as public transport is speedy, punctual and cheap. Rapido buses to Florence every 20 mins for about 14 euro return are a 15 walk away. Siena is VERY hilly but not unmanageable and you need your flat soled shoes for walking about due to the very many small but lethal open drain grids on every street. It's a MUCH more friendly and safer place than Florence (over run by street vendors now ) with a much more authentic Tuscan experience.
Traveller from Halifax
Housed in a renovated 14th century Carmelite monastery in Siena, this hotel is located within 400 metres of the cathedral and …More
A very nice stay which was quite central to everything. The room was large and comfortable and the two seater table was very useful - nice to have somewhere else to sit rather than the bed. just a few minutes walk from the bus stop. Our hosts were helpful and breakfast was lovely.
Residenza d'Epoca Palazzo Fani Mignanelli offers elegant accommodations in Siena historic centre, Tuscany . Centrally …More
Excellently reception, very curteous and relaxing. Amazing position high up on the hill in medieval Siena. Fabulous but quirky room, new & lovely features. Good breakfast, nice shaded terrace, if weather nice could have an al fresco glass. Lots of tours organised as well.
This place is so fantastic. It winds up through so many nooks and crannies so make sure you explore the whole place. The garden is really cool as well and it is so close to the main square. We were greeted by the most wonderful, friendly woman who told us heaps about Siena and gave fantastic advice. Our room was great. Our bathroom was teeny but quite hilarious and adorable and in a place that old we didn't mind.
Payments accepted on expedia.co.uk include American Express, Diner's Club International, Maestro, MasterCard, Visa, Visa Electron and PayPal.
Flight-inclusive holiday packages and Flight-Plus arrangements created on Expedia.co.uk are financially protected by the Civil Aviation Authority (under Expedia, Inc.'s ATOL number 5788). But ATOL protection does not apply to all holiday and travel services listed on this website. Please ask us to confirm what protection may apply to your booking. If you do not receive an ATOL Certificate then your booking will not be ATOL protected. If you do receive an ATOL Certificate but all the parts of your trip are not listed on it, those parts will not be ATOL protected. Please see our general terms and conditions for further details on ATOL or for more information about financial protection and the ATOL Certificate go to: www.atol.org.uk/ATOLCertificate.
For the sale of travel insurance Expedia Inc. is an Appointed Representative of Mondial Assistance (UK) Limited trading as Allianz Global Assistance which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Mondial Assistance (UK) Limited's FCA registration number is 311909. FCA authorisation can be checked at the Financial Services register at www.fsa.gov.uk/register/
Expedia, Inc., is not responsible for content on external Web sites.