EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Siena
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The San Francesco B&B is housed in a 17th-century building that's located in central Siena. From its position in old town, all of central Siena's main sights (Duomo, Piazza del Campo) are within easy walking distance.
The Moderno is a three-star hotel situated in the San Francesco section of Siena, near Porto Ovile. From the hotel, it's an easy walk to the church of San Francesco and the city's center.
The Residenza d'Epoca Palazzo Fani Mignanelli is a three-star place located just northeast of the Duomo. Palazzo di Campo and the Stadium are within walking distance of the hotel.
The four-star Athena hotel is a larger scale place, with 100 rooms, located just southwest of Siena's Duomo. It's within easy walking distance of the Cathedral and the city's university.
Il Chiostro del Carmine-Casa per Ferie is housed in a former Carmelite convent built in the 14th-century. The hotel is within easy walking distance of Siena's university and close to the Duomo.
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Lovely Siena is the perfect mix of old and new, its steep, narrow alleys populated with equal parts magnificent historic buildings and cutting-edge shops. Florence’s historic rival is no cheaper than its big sister to the north, and hotel rates rise in the summer, especially during the Palio horse races. Happily, though, this Tuscan treasure offers many cheap (and free!) activities, plus some sweet and affordable accommodation options.
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