Pacific Hotel Management to Open the Westin Palo Alto Following 18-Month Renovation

USA, Palo Alto, California. September 16, 2021

Pacific Hotel Management will celebrate the grand re-opening of The Westin Palo Alto following the completion of a year and a half, multi-million dollar transformation. Beginning September 1st, guests will enjoy all that The Westin Palo Alto has to offer. The hotel is located in the heart of Silicon Valley with unparalleled access to museums, Stanford Shopping Center, golf courses, gardens and the renowned Stanford University.

The redesigned hotel signals the momentum and evolution of Pacific Hotel Management as it continues to elevate experiences throughout their California properties, enhancing every aspect of the guest's stay. This reinvented hotel showcases attributes of the future of the brand, including contemporary guest room design, local influences, stylish public areas and intuitive technology.

"We look forward to greeting Stanford visitors and our Corporate guests at The Westin Palo Alto. Our new look will be refreshing and we are eager to welcome our friends back. Enhanced cleaning protocols and housekeeping services are practiced throughout our property," says Mr. Clement Chen III, President of Pacific Hotel Management.

Set between Stanford University and Downtown Palo Alto, the 184-room hotel makes the most of its heritage and premier location in the heart of Palo Alto. Guests will be greeted with a beautifully renovated lobby, front entrance and front desk. The hotel offers guests spacious rooms and suites with views of Stanford University Campus and five Mediterranean-Style Courtyards. Locally-inspired accents offer an elevated aesthetic, while smart technology enables guests 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 dining at Soleil Restaurant and Bar which will be opening this fall. A refreshed seasonal room service menu will be available beginning September 1st.

The Westin Palo Alto provides an ideal location & setting for business conferences, corporate events, reunions, bar/bat mitzvahs or any special event and now proudly features beautifully renovated event meeting spaces and remodeled pre-function space. Three banquet rooms offer a total of 1,810 square feet of meeting and banquet space. Guests may also take advantage of the California sunshine by holding an event in one of the lushly landscaped courtyards. Appropriate for seated or reception style events, The Westin culinary and banquet team will cater to your every request in these unique venues.

The newly transformed WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio is available 24 hours a day, now featuring additional square footage along with a wide variety of exercise equipment. The wonderful concierge is also available to recommend local hiking, jogging and biking for outdoor workout options.

Jim Rebosio, General Manager of The Westin Palo Alto commented: "We are excited about our new product. We believe our guests will be delighted when they experience the new changes."

Tour the Stanford University campus, just one-half mile from the hotel, or ride the Caltrain to other Northern California attractions. Find amenities devoted to your well-being in all the hotel rooms and suites such as whirlpool tubs and in room dining. Refresh yourself in your marble Westin Heavenly® Bath or soak up the Palo Alto sun from your outdoor terrace. Rooms include a Westin Heavenly® Bed, and Starbucks® coffee.

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