Tapestry Collection by Hilton Debuts in Northern California With The Inn at Saratoga

USA, Saratoga, California. February 19, 2020

The Inn at Saratoga, Tapestry Collection by Hilton opens this month after an extensive renovation, including a new name and contemporary design, in the heart of charming downtown Saratoga, California. The 47-room boutique hotel will open its doors on January 21 at 20645 Fourth Street, just minutes away from some of the best wineries, golf courses and hiking the region has to offer.

The Inn at Saratoga will be the first Tapestry Collection property in Silicon Valley, providing a quiet haven a short drive away from the stomping grounds of some of the world's most innovative companies. The Inn at Saratoga offers thoughtful amenities and a peaceful stay alongside a setting of unparalleled serenity surrounded by lush trees and a running creek.

"As the newest addition to the Tapestry Collection portfolio, The Inn at Saratoga offers small-town charm in California's technology hub," said Jenna Hackett, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. "The Inn at Saratoga expands our footprint in the Golden State, a key market for both business and leisure travelers alike. This opening kicks off a particularly exciting year of development for Tapestry Collection as we expand our footprint both across California and globally to destinations like Madrid and Lima."

Designed by Atwater, the stylish hotel boasts upscale amenities and unmatched accommodations. Upon arrival, guests can expect chic rooms, creek-side balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows, lavish soaking tubs, updated meeting space and onsite bar, The Heid. Named in honor of the late local architect Warren Braue Heid, The Heid will offer local wine, beer, hand-crafted cocktails and seasonal bites.

The Inn at Saratoga is part of the award-winning Hilton Honors guest-loyalty program. Hilton Honors members who book directly have access to instant benefits, including a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose nearly any combination of Points and money to book a stay, an exclusive member discount, free standard Wi-Fi, and access to the Hilton Honors mobile app.

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