On Sept. 1, Pacific Hotel Management’s The Westin Palo Alto celebrates its long-awaited grand reopening. The opening comes after the completion of a multi-million-dollar transformation and a year-and-a-half closure.
Guests of the 184-room hotel will see the fruits of the renovation right away, greeted with a refreshed lobby, front entrance and front desk. The hotel also home to spacious rooms and suites, with smart tech and locally inspired accents, with views of the Stanford University campus and five stunning Mediterranean-style courtyards.
A new vegetable and herb garden, to complement the California-inspired dining at Soleil Restaurant and Bar, will also debut on Sept. 1 with Soleil opening this fall and Executive Chef Mark Ayers at the helm. Plus, the newly transformed WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio will be accessible 24 hours a day.
The Westin Palo Alto is found in the heart of Silicon Valley with nearby access to museums, Stanford Shopping Center, golf courses, gardens and Stanford University.
To learn more about The Westin Palo Alto, visit www.marriott.com.
Photo credit: Mark Compton