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Albergo Cannon D'Oro

Via Montanini 28, Sienne, Italie Carte Envoyer à un ami

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Albergo Cannon D'Oro

Via Montanini 28

Services

  • Réception sous 24 heures.

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The Hotel in Siena is centrally located on Via Montanini,only 200 metres from the famous Piazza del Campo and very close to the bus station.

The Hotel in Siena is centrally located on Via Montanini, an elegant shopping street only 200 metres from the famous Piazza del Campo and very close to the bus station.

If arriving by car, bags can be dropped off at the Hotel entrance and parking is available nearby. The Hotel has 30 recently restored rooms, each with its own bathroom, telephone and cable TV.

The Hotel has a rich history. Until 1262, it was a former palace owned by the noble Bulgarini family. Afterwards the building was owned by Ghinibaldo di Saracino and his wife Sapia Salvani, featured in Dante's “Divine comedy” (Canto XIII, Purgatory). The old Ponzi's tower can be seen in the Hotel's facade.

In the Nineteenth century, the Hotel was called “Locanda delle Armi d'Inghilterra” and now it is known as “Cannon d'Oro”.

Information locale

200 Mt far from Piazza Del Campo

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The Hotel in Siena is centrally located on Via Montanini,only 200 metres from the famous Piazza del Campo and very close to the bus station.

The Hotel in Siena is centrally located on Via Montanini, an elegant shopping street only 200 metres from the famous Piazza del Campo and very close to the bus station.

If arriving by car, bags can be dropped off at the Hotel entrance and parking is available nearby. The Hotel has 30 recently restored rooms, each with its own bathroom, telephone and cable TV.

The Hotel has a rich history. Until 1262, it was a former palace owned by the noble Bulgarini family. Afterwards the building was owned by Ghinibaldo di Saracino and his wife Sapia Salvani, featured in Dante's “Divine comedy” (Canto XIII, Purgatory). The old Ponzi's tower can be seen in the Hotel's facade.

In the Nineteenth century, the Hotel was called “Locanda delle Armi d'Inghilterra” and now it is known as “Cannon d'Oro”.

Information locale

200 Mt far from Piazza Del Campo

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Services offerts à l'hôtel

  • Cartes de crédit acceptées
  • Réception 24 heures sur 24 heures
  • Safety deposit
  • Sans couvre-feu

Les extras

  • Petit-déjeuner – Gratuit
  • free_linen – Gratuit
  • free_luggageroom – Gratuit
  • free_towel – Gratuit
  • Carte
  • Streetview
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