Siena 3-Star Hotels
The lobby of this hotel was once a potter's shop, and many of the building's
medieval features were preserved during its renovation.The hotel is in a quiet
street between the S. Spirito and S. Raimondo churches.
The Arcabaleno is beyond the city's walls, making it more suitable as a base for
touring than as a hotel for a city visit.
Hotel/Residence Borgo Grandaie
This hotel is in the countryside just beyond the railway station; I wouldn't
recommend it for a city stay. It has 12 rooms in a converted farmhouse and 16
apartments in the old stables.
The Chiusarelli is near the Basilica di San Domenico, a short walk from the bus
station and the main pedestrian route through the city center. It's a good
choice for motorists, since it offers parking within the walls and is easy to
reach by car.
The Duomo is in a 300-year-old building near the Via di Cittą, the Piazza del
Campo, and the cathedral. It's about a 15-minute walk from the bus station, or
you can take a cab. Free parking is nearby.
The Italia is a modern hotel outside the walled city on the Via Cavour, near the
Antiporto di Camollia. It has a parking lot and is within walking distance of
the city center.
This hotel is just outside Siena's walls by the Porta Ovile, where an escalator
leads to the Piazza San Francesco. Indoor and outdoor parking are available.
The former owner of Language Studies Abroad gives the Minerva a high rating. The
hotel's location at the edge of the city center is convenient for motorists.
Hotel Due Ponti
It's a 2-km haul into town from this business-oriented hotel, but the location
may be acceptable if you plan to spend most of your time touring the
countryside. The hotel is modern, with two restaurants and a swimming pool.
Sangallo Park Hotel
This new 50-room hotel is 1.5 km from Siena's historic center, but you can leave
your car at the hotel and take a bus into town for local sightseeing. The
Sangallo Park is on a hill overlooking the city and has a swimming pool.
Twenty-two rooms occupy a villa from the 1700s on a road outside of town. The
Porta Romana is fairly close by, and you can retreat to the hotel's garden after
a long day of dodging tour groups.
This is another hilltop hotel outside of town, beyond the railroad station. It
caters to groups with a large restaurant and bus parking.
If you don't mind a 10- or 15-minute walk into town, this converted mansion may
strike your fancy. It's just beyond the Fortezza, or fort, on the Viale Vittorio
Villa Piccola Siena
This hotel is fairly close to the Siena Nord exit of the Siena-Florence motorway
and a few hundred meters from the railroad station, which makes it handy if
you're just passing through. However, it isn't the best choice for a city stay.
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