Only a brief stroll from the Campo, this character-filled small palazzo, once home to a pope, adds quiet sophistication to Siena’s medieval charm, blending old tile work and rough-hewn beams with contemporary furnishings and modern art. Individually designed rooms and suites—some with terraces—overlook the baptistery or across rooftops to San Domenico. As sophisticated as the surroundings are, the hospitality is warm, with a welcoming guest lounge/library, a wine shop at one end of the reception hall, and an atmospheric tasting cellar below.