El Prado Tapas Bar Lounge
Palo Alto is well known as a global epicenter of innovation and technology, but not necessarily a place of vacation. That should be it. With a wealth of fine dining, boutique shopping, recreational activities, a Mediterranean climate, and unique energy, Palo Alto is always inspiring.
Local hotels tend to be primarily aimed at business travelers and university campus visitors, but for those looking for a luxury vacation, there are options such as elegant hotels. El Prado Hotel Located in the heart of Palo Alto’s thriving downtown district. Located on 520 Cowper Street, El Prado is centrally located, just steps away from the liveliness of University Avenue.
El Prado Solarium
Formerly known as the Garden Court Hotel, Boutique Inn has recently undergone a major refurbishment supervised by an award-winning hotel design company. Nicole Hollis The team was inspired by the outdoor life in Spain. The company emphasizes warm and quiet rest, incorporating botanical themes such as rich greens and rich color palettes that emphasize the touch of black forest greens, stone blues and terracotta oranges, and subdued neutral tones. .. The property is reminiscent of a stately Spanish house with a contemporary design.
The central European-style courtyard has 11 beautifully appointed royal blue rooms, many with furnished patios. Luxurious bedding, cozy robes, Molton Brown toiletries, and a large selection of minibars (Schlamsburg Sparkling, Veuve Clicquot, Rombauer Chardonnay, Mary Edwards Pino, Cabernet) are luxuriously furnished new upstairs tapas bars. As with, it will liven up the mood of rest and relaxation. In jewel-like shades, Spanish-themed appetizers such as beef and pork albondigas, cheese croquettes, and blistered sisito peppers, as well as seasonal highly crafted cocktails where the hotel creates its own fresh syrup. It offers. Start, spend, and end the night by the fireplace here, with an amoxycillin cocktail (diplomaty column, brandy de helles, fresh lemon, homemade ginger honey syrup) just around the corner, suitable for Instagram. Let’s go to the charming private corner. .. Other picturesque gathering spots include high rattan chairs in the lobby, a courtyard patio warmed by a large fireplace during cool weather, and a upstairs solarium with a new coffee bar coming soon. I have. (Full breakfast menu is available by room service.)
El Prado Guest Room
El Prado Tapas Bar
Of course, weekday business travelers will be refined with the use of The Library, large meeting room tables, a separate lounge area with luxurious sofas, access to a furnished terrace, and full technology features for video conferences. We are benefiting from the updates. .. El Prado also features a 6,000-square-foot banquet space and is a popular spot for large-scale events and weddings that are skillfully supervised by hotel staff.
El Prado Library
In addition to many of El Prado’s qualities, the hotel staff offers many local activities, such as the stunning views of the rambling gardens and the Philoli Center. Visit the Tech Museum, Computer History Museum, or visit the famous HP Garage, which is considered the birthplace of Silicon Valley. Exercise enthusiasts may enjoy hiking in the Stanford Dish. Named after the 150-foot-diameter radio telescope at the top, the dish is one of the most popular trails on the peninsula. Cross the paved hills and enjoy panoramic views of the beautiful Stanford Campus and the entire Bay Area. For shoppers, the famous Stanford Shopping Center is just a short drive away.
El Prado Guest Room Terrace
All photos are courtesy of el Prado Hotel