Hotel Villa Elda

Address: Via 24 Maggio, 10, Siena, Tuscany, 53100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via 24 Maggio, 10, Siena, is near Siena Cathedral (Il Duomo), Basilica di San Domenico, Museo dell'Opera Metropolitana, and Fortezza di Santa Barbara.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Villa Elda Siena

      Hotel Villa Elda


      I arrived at Siena in the evening and it was getting dark. I did not have a disent map and after having driving around for more than half an hour looking for hotels in the quite small Siena not knowing exactly were I was, I followed a sign for the "Hotel Villa Elda" situated just outside the old city center The hotel appeared to be a nice big house with a lovely garden and very friendly people (see

      Starting with a nice breakfirst ind the big quiet garden was the perfect beginnning of the day. This is a good place to stay and certainly value for money.

      Hotel Villa Elda


      Llegué a Siena por la tarde mientras oscurecía. No tuve un mapa decente y, después de haber manejado por la ciudad por más de media hora buscando hoteles en pequeña Siena sin saber donde estaba, seguí un cartel al Hotel Villa Elda que estaba situado justo fuera de la vieja ciudad. El hotel pareció ser una casa grande agradable con un hermoso jardín y un personal muy acogedor (visita su página web:

      Empezar con un buen desayuno en un jardín grande y tranquilo fue el comienzo perfecto del día. Es un buen lugar donde alojarse y definitivamente tiene una excelente relación calidad-precio.

      A great find!


      A fabulous small hotel only 10mins walk from the main sights of sienna. The hotel rooms are spacious and clean with a great shower room attached. Nice decor, white and fresh. All staff were friendly and very approachable. We booked this from the tourist office and found it to be great value for money and would definitely recommend it to other travellers. A safe and clean spot!

      Un hallazgo fantástico


      Un fabuloso hotel pequeño a solo 10 minutos de los lugares de interés de Siena. Las habitaciones son espaciosas y limpias con una fabulosa ducha adjunta. Buena decoración, blanca y fresca. El personal era amigable y muy accesible. Reservamos este hotel a través de una agencia de viajes y nos pareció tener una excelente relación calidad-precio. Definitivamente recomendaría este hotel a otros viajeros. Un lugar seguro y limpio.

      Eine tolle Entdeckung!


      Ein fabelhaftes kleines Hotel, nur 10 Minuten von den Hauptsehenswürdigkeiten in Siena entfernt. Die Zimmer sind geräumig und sauber und haben eine tolle Dusche. Schöne, weiße und frische Einrichtung. Alle Angestellten waren freundlich und zugänglich. Haben dieses Hotel über die Touristeninfo gebucht und finden, dass es ein gutes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis zu bieten hat. Können es auf jeden Fall weiterempfehlen. Eine sichere und saubere Unterkunft!

      Un soggiorno delizioso


      L'albergo si trova appena fuori Siena in una zona residenziale molto bella e tranquilla. Siamo stati accolti molto bene e il personale era gentilissimo. La nostra camera aveva una bellissima veduta panoramica su siena (con il duomo proprio di fronte alla finestra). La stanza era molto luminosa ed alta rendendola molto accogliente nonostanse non fosse grandissima.

      In soli 5 minuti a piedi si arriva in città (in 10 min a piazza del campo). Siamo stati fortunati e grazie alle belle giornate la colazione è stata servita in un graziosissimo giardino.

      Wunderschönes Boutiquehotel


      Waren mit unseren beiden Töchtern im Teenageralter im Villa Elda. Die zimmer waren bezaubernd. Sie hatten wunderschöne, hohe Decken und bodentiefe Fenster sowie ein Bad aus Marmor. Die Bäder waren klein und hatten nur ein Waschbecken, es war alles brandneu und wir hatten sogar Handtuchwärmer. Der Preis war angemessen und das kontinentale Frühstück war inkl., hatten die besten Croissants gegessen, die wir jemals probiert haben. Die Angestellten waren freundlich und zuvorkommend. Kamen mit einem Mietwagen an und wir konnten auf der Anlage parken. Werden auf jeden Fall bei unserem nächsten Urlaub in der Toskana wiederkommen.

      Maravilloso hotel-boutique


      Mi esposo y yo nos quedamos en la Villa Elda con nuestras dos hijas adolescentes. Las habitaciones eran encantadoras. Tenían techos altos, ventanales y baños de mármol. Los cuartos de baño eran pequeños con un lavabo pero todo era nuevo y bien diseñado con toalleros calientes, etcétera. El precio era razonable e incluía un desayuno continental con los mejores cruasanes que hemos probado. El personal era muy placentero y complaciente. Llegamos en un coche de alquiler y ellos nos dejaron usar su aparcamiento. Definitivamente regresaría durante mi próximo viaje a Toscana.

      Wonderful boutique hotel


      My husband and I stayed at the Villa Elda with our two tenage girls. The rooms were very charming. They had beautiful high ceilings, Floor to ceiling windows, and marble baths. The baths were small with one sink but everything was brand new and done nicely with towel warmers,etc.The price was reasonable and included a continental breakfast with the best croissants we have ever had. The staff was very pleasant and acomodating. We arrived in a rental car and they allowed us to park on property. I definitely would return there on my next tripto Tuscany.

      Ein super Haus!


      Tolle saubere Zimmer!

      Ein herrlicher Ausblick von der Terrasse auf die Stadt!

      Nettes Personal und ein gutes Frühstück!

      Wir fühlten uns dort rundum wohl!

      Ramona und Ricci aus Österreich

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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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