Il Battistero Siena - Residenza d'Epoca

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FRANCESCO DI GIORGIO
€ 190a night

SuiteThe name of this bedroom is testimony to the great Siennese architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini (1439-1502) who lived in the apartment as testified by the bust collocated in the façade of the building.

The suite has two windows overlooking the stunning Piazza San Giovanni, with a view of the entire Cathedral (Cathedral staircase, Baptistery of Siena), the top of the Torre del Mangia and the streets of ancient Siena. The furnishing of this bedroom is modern and there are paintings of Italian artists on the wall.

  • Mini Bar
  • AC, Heating
  • Table, Chairs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • TV, Wardrobe
  • Basin, Hair Dryer
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PAPA ALESSANDRO VII
€ 250a night

Two Double Interconnecting BedroomThis bedroom has been named in memory of the Siennese Fabio Chigi (1599-1667), who lived here. He became the 237th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church in 1655 under the name of Alessandro VII.

With two double bedrooms, the Pope Alessandro VII room is like a small apartment. Each bedroom has its own double bed. Therefore the room normally accommodates 4 people. As well as the spaces designated for sleeping, there is also a cozy room with a table and four chairs.

  • Two Double Bed
  • Living Room
  • AC, Heating
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Mini Bar
  • Bathroom: 2 Basins
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room 4
SANTA CATERINA
€ 220a night

Suite with TerraceThe name was chosen to remember Caterina Benincasa (1347-1380), known as Santa Caterina or Catherine of Siena. According to legend she fell down the steps leading to the Cathedral whilst tempted by the devil.

The suite has two big door-windows that open on to the terrace. From the terrace, where there is a table with two chairs for relaxing, wine tasting or making breakfast, the view to Siena's rooftops and the two churches (Santa Caterina and san Domenico) is lovely.

  • AC, Heating
  • Terrace
  • Table, Chairs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Relaxing Armchair
  • Bathtub
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room 3
CECCO ANGIOLIERI
€ 150a night

Mordern RoomThe name of the room is in honour of the eclectic Siennese poet Cecco Angiolieri (1260-1312), member of the notable family of the “Angiolieri”.

The room is a double bedroom, perfect for couples. From the windows, you can admire the Basilica of San Domenico. In honour of the eclectic character of Cecco Angiolieri the room has a quirky touch given by a very spacious and modern in-room shower facing the bed and from where you can admire the Basilica of San Domenico.

  • Wardrobe
  • AC, Heating
  • Mini-Bar
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • iPad
  • Basin, Toiletry Set
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room 5
JACOPO DELLA QUERCIA
€ 150a night

Standard RoomThe name of this bedroom pays respect to the Siennese sculptor Jacopo della Quercia (1374-1438). Jacopo was a sculptor during the Italian Renaissance, a contemporary of Brunelleschi, Ghiberti and Donatello.

The room is a double bedroom, perfect for couples. It is possible to have a different set with two single beds. The room has particular details in iron from middle ages above the bed and the construction technique was very common during Jacopo's time and is the main reason behind the room’s name.

  • Relaxing Armchair
  • Wardrobe
  • Basilica View
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Flat screen TV
  • Basin, Toiletry Set
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PANDOLFO PETRUCCI
€ 200a night

SuiteThe name of the bedroom derives from the view of this room. In fact, from the windows of this suite, you can admire the Baptistery and the Palazzo del Magnifico, also known as Palazzo Petrucci, which was the residence of Pandolfo Petrucci, a rich Sienese aristocrat that ruled the city from 1487 to 1512.

  • Mini Bar
  • AC, Heating
  • Table, Chairs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • TV, Wardrobe
  • Basin, Hair Dryer
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SANT'ANSANO
€ 250a night

SuiteThe room is called Sant’Ansano (also known as “The Baptizer” or “The Apostle of Siena”) who is the patron of Siena, a son of the Anicii family of Rome. According to the legend, Ansano of the Roman family of the Anicii (or Anicia) was born in 284 a. C. Once he arrived in Siena, he evangelized the city, but, because of his activity of religious engagement, he was imprisoned in the tower of the Rocchetta and subjected to the torment of the boiling pitch in this place that he took the name from him. An epigraph is along the Fosso di Sant'Ansano, near to Piazzetta della Selva, and so to this room.

  • Mini Bar
  • AC, Heating
  • Table, Chairs
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • TV, Wardrobe
  • Basin, Hair Dryer
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room 5
TORRE ARNOLFO DI CAMBIO
€ 300a night

ApartmentThe building of the Tower House was a fortified construction and a fortress with military and housing functions in vogue from the X century during the Middle Ages.It is the symbol of the city of Colle Val d’Elsa and one of the few medieval towers still intact.
The House Tower of Arnolfo is located in Colle Val d’Elsa, Via del Castello, n.63 where was born the homonymous architect who designed various monuments, including the Palazzo della Signoria in Florence, the Ciborium in Rome and many others.

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