Pacific Hotel Management to open Westin Palo Alto after 18-month renovation – Hospitality Net
The redesigned hotel signals the momentum and evolution of Pacific Hotel Management as it continues to enhance experiences at their California properties, enhancing every aspect of guest’s stay. This reinvented hotel showcases the attributes of the brand’s future, including contemporary room design, local influences, sleek public spaces, and intuitive technology.
Located between Stanford University and downtown Palo Alto, the 184-room hotel makes the most of its heritage and prime location in the heart of Palo Alto. Guests will be greeted by a beautifully renovated lobby, main entrance and reception. The hotel offers spacious rooms and suites with views of the Stanford University campus and five Mediterranean-style courtyards. Locally-inspired accents provide a high aesthetic, while smart technology allows customers to use the room flexibly.
Executive Chef Mark Ayers will unveil a new vegetable and herb garden in one of the courtyards to complement the California-inspired dinner at Soleil Restaurant and Bar which opens this fall. A renewed seasonal menu for room service will be available from September 1.
The Westin Palo Alto provides an ideal location and setting for business conferences, corporate events, meetings, bar / bat mitzvahs or any other special event and now proudly offers beautifully renovated event meeting spaces and a pre-function space renovated. Three banquet rooms offer a total of 1,810 square feet of meeting and banquet space. Guests can also soak up the Californian sun by hosting an event in one of the lush landscaped courtyards. Suitable for sit-down or reception-style events, the Westin’s culinary and banquet team will cater to all your requests in these unique venues.
The newly remodeled WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio is available 24 hours a day, now offering additional square footage as well as a wide variety of exercise equipment. The wonderful concierge is also available to recommend local hiking, jogging, and biking for outdoor workout options.