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IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR ANOTHER LOCAL GETAWAY, HEAD TO PALO ALTO!
Nobu Hotel Epiphany Palo Alto is not just a destination. It is an experience. I recently stumbled across the hotel while planning a trip to Stanford University. A quick scan of Trip Advisor online reviews confirmed this was the hotel for me.
Set in the heart of Silicon Valley, Nobu Hotel Epiphany Palo Alto offers luxury accommodations with unmatched views of the city and the Santa Cruz Mountains.
The hotel’s architecture and design embrace the local vibe and sustainable culture of northern California while the prime location is walking distance to a variety of shopping, dining and the nearby university.
The lobby is modern with clean lines, subtle colors, and furniture that is both comfortable and artistic. It was a pleasant environment to read the newspaper (which was free at the front desk), hydrate with flavored water and step away from the city buzz.
The rooms are just the same with unobstructed views of the busy streets as well as the Santa Cruz Mountains. They were spacious, but cozy. I recommend the Junior Suite; it is a little more spacious with a separate sitting room to entertain or just unwind alone. It also offers a larger balcony to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of downtown Palo Alto.
While I did not get a chance to dine at the world-famous Nobu Restaurant & Bar, it was enticing. The bar and tables were always full. Quick peeks at the food displayed on the plates looked almost too beautiful to eat… almost!
By “wrapping” the concept of a luxurious boutique hotel around energized public spaces, Nobu Hotel Palo Alto creates powerful stages for shared experiences of excitement and escapism.
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