We only stayed in Siena for one night so this location was well placed for a day of exploration. It was very close to the Piazza del Campo and some nice shops.
The rooms were quite small, however they were charming and felt authentic. Typical of many places in Italy, the walls were thin and we heard movies and music from the neighbouring rooms.
The breakfast was quite basic - some croissants, cereals and of course, coffee!
We checked out but wanted to explore a bit more before our afternoon train. The man at reception was happy to watch our bags for us which made for an easier time walking the cobblestone streets. More