Nobu Hotel Palo Alto, the Japanese-Californian-inspired hotel getaway in Silicon Valley’s Palo Alto, is amping up its luxury accommodations with a new way to vacation: the Golden State of Mind package. The bundle combines the traditional tastes from Nobu with activities to help guests better explore and enjoy the Valley.
With the weather finally starting to cool off and fall starting to take place, now is the perfect time to experience the Golden State of Mind package. Nobu Hotel Palo Alto’s golden experience brings guests outside and into a venture into Silicon Valley.
The package begins with a custom blend of premium beans from Philz Coffee, a local tech hotspot that is sure to kick start and energize you for the rest of your day. The first stop on your itinerary is at what locals consider to be the “birthplace of Silicon Valley”: the historic HP Garage, a private museum showcasing the origins of HP.
If you’re feeling up to a hike, the bundle will then bring you to Stanford Dish for a 3.5-mile hike featuring scenic views, a steady climb and paved trails. If you prefer to keep your vacation style relaxed, you can enjoy a Nobu picnic set in the Gamble Garden, a rose garden complete with herb bushes and vibrant wisterias. The Nobu picnic basket will come filled with a bento box meal for two, featuring sashimi salad, sushi nigiri, sushi rolls, water and a cozy picnic blanket. The garden is located a short walking distance from the hotel.
In addition to the luxuries outside of the hotel, the Golden State of Mind package provides guests with a free continental breakfast for two, a micro guide to local activities, two signature bottled cocktails (a barrel-aged Old Fashioned and the Matsuhisa martini, handcrafted with lychee and elderflower) and optional Tesla house car services.
To qualify for the package, guests must stay a minimum of two nights and give the hotel 24-hour notice.
To book a stay and to learn more about Nobu Hotel Palo Alto’s Golden State of Mind package, visit paloalto.nobuhotels.com/golden-state-of-mind.