As Teri Hatcher put it, 'tired people aren't witty.' If you take the time to think about it, she is probably right. When you visit Palo Alto, you will be mesmerized by the sheer amount of activities you can participate in. It's considered one of the most expensive cities in the US, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the thrill of a good hotel. Whether you are on your honeymoon or family vacation, Pato Alto has you covered. In terms of hospitality, Palo Alto has so much to offer you. Still confused? This simple to follow guide will help you decide which hotel is the best for you.
Finding Affordable Stays in Palo Alto
If you are on a budget, one of the best hotels in Palo Alto to visit is the Good Nite Inn. This is an ideal place if you are up to 4 people. The location is perfect as it is very close to some of the major attractions. It offers basic but also comfortable hospitality with freebies included. Other cheap hotels you can choose from include Travelodge Palo Alto, Super 8 Mountain View, The Zen Hotel, Hotel California, Hotel Keen, Garden Court Hotel, Pacific Euro Hotel all of which offer free breakfast. These are just a few of the many cheap hotels that are available in Palo Alto.
What about Luxury Hotels?
If you are looking for a hotel with class and exquisiteness, then The Four Seasons in Silicon Valley situated in East Palo Alto is the one for you. This is one of those Palo Alto hotels that has sublime feel from the very entrance to the magnificent and well maintained lawns and gigantic swimming pool with sun screen. It also has unique services for families.
For a romantic experience, The Ritz-Carlton is one of the hotels in Palo Alto that is meant for the perfect getaway experience. It is graced with very beautiful rooms and breathtaking view of the bay as it is perched on a cliff facing the ocean.
The Rosewood Sand Hill, W Silicon Valley and the Sofitel San Francisco Bay hotels in Palo Alto are well suited for business travelers with many amenities at hand.
What to See in Palo Alto?
Your vacation will never be worthwhile if you eat well. Palo Alto has some of the best restaurants in the Bay area which is not only enjoyed by locals but also visitors. Restaurants in the city are rather small and most of them are independent but offer local and international cuisines.
If you are into walking, hiking, biking and tennis, then you are in for a thrill. The Standard 'Dish' loop is popular place to go for runners, walkers and visitors in general. The Baylands Nature Preserve is located at the end of the Embarcadero Road and has a flat walking trail for visitors to sample the extensive wildlife that it has to show. Palo Alto Municipal Golf Course is ideal for any golfer. It's a full length 18-hole, 6800-yard golf course. It has a clubhouse, a range for driving, putting green and practice bunker. Kids will not be left behind as they have a chance to enjoy the Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo and the small Museum of America Heritage in down town Palo Alto.