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The San Francisco Bay Area is home to some of the biggest businesses and some of the most iconic sites in the United States. If you are flying in to San Francisco you may want to swing by Fisherman’s Wharf and visit some of the unique site. This area is also well known for unique boutique hotels.
Garden Court Hotel (el Prado) – A Modern Downtown Palo Alto Hotel
There are lots of chains in Silicon Valley that give the same experience in Dubuque, Iowa as they do in Silicon Valley, that’s where properties like the Garden Court Hotel stand out. A boutique hotel that lavishes guests with plush bedding, spacious rooms, and well-appointed decor.
Enchanté Boutique Hotel
With another Parisian take on a Northern Californian hotel, the Enchanté Boutique Hotel will have you looking for the Louvre. Nestled in Los Altos, California, and built-in the distinct architecture of the City of Lights, Enchanté has twice won Trip Advisor’s top ten small hotels in the US (2016, 2017.)
Hotel Valencia – Santana Row’s Premium Boutique Hotel
The theme of European-inspired Silicon Valley inns continues with the Hotel Valencia. Heading south to the Iberian peninsula, this Spanish-style boutique hotel provides a unique feel for guests.
AC Hotel San Jose Santa Clara
Our Top Pick for the category of Best Hotels in Silicon Valley
Silicon Valley, San Jose, and broader San Francisco can be incredibly expensive, but the AC Hotel San Jose Santa Clara offers an affordable way to enjoy a premium experience without breaking the bank.
Convenient for visitors, especially tourists, the AC is near Levi’s Stadium (home of the San Francisco 49ers NFL team), Great America theme park, and San Jose International airport. The property boasts a 24-hour fitness center, 5,000 square feet of outdoor space including a heated outdoor pool, and LEED design certified building construction.
The Stanford Park Hotel
The Standford Park Hotel is one of those properties that makes a statement. The hotel is rich in history not only for the University and the amazing guests that have stayed there, but also the Californian history that predates the tech revolution.