Palazzo del Magnifico

Room Pancosanti

double room with independent entrance, large and bright.
The ceiling is vaulted and frescoed, overlooking the staircase of San Giovanni – Baptistery of the Cathedral of Siena.
Private bathroom with shower, equipped with complete bathroom set, hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Flat screen TV, wi-fi, heating, mini-fridge, kettle.

“Pan dei morti (also called Pan dei santi) is a sweet packaged in different areas of Italy but originating in Tuscany where it is produced in a totally artisanal way in the autumn period, precisely during the feast of All Saints. It is found mainly in bakers. and varies from a poorer almost homely typology … find out more “

BREAKFAST INCLUDED

Buffet, from 8:30 to 10:00

DAILY CLEANING

From 08:00 to 11:00

CHECK-IN

Within 12:30 and from 15:00 to 18:00

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By 10:30 am, free luggage storage is possible
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Il Pan co' santi

Pan dei morti (also called Pan dei santi) is a sweet packaged in different areas of Italy but originally from Tuscany where it is produced in a totally artisanal way in the autumn period, precisely during the feast of All Saints. It is found mainly in bakers and varies from a poorer almost homely type, still widespread in the Sienese towns, to the softer and richer city version. In all cases it is a very ancient dessert with an intriguing flavor because it combines the sweet taste enhanced by “raisins” with the spiciness of black pepper.