Element San Jose Airport Opens Its Doors, Redefining The Longer Stay Hospitality Experience in Silicon Valley

The Extended-Stay Property Offers Eco-Friendly Amenities, Fresh Dining Options, and Multi-Functional Room Designs

USA, San Jose, California. May 18, 2022

Element San Jose Airport, managed by Evolution Hospitality, the lifestyle division of leading, global hospitality company, Aimbridge Hospitality, has opened featuring a range of wellness-inspired amenities to help guests regain balance and stay energized while traveling. The newest addition to Silicon Valley's San Jose hospitality scene redefines the longer stay experience with residential-style guest suites complete with plush signature Heavenly® bedding, full kitchens, and the option for guests to bring their pets.

"We are excited to introduce to the San Jose community a hotel that promotes a well-balanced lifestyle and eco-conscious practices that embody the brand ethos of Element Hotels," said Mario Lopez, General Manager, Element San Jose Airport. "With the strategic vision of our management team, Evolution Hospitality, Element San Jose Airport offers a relaxed environment for both business and leisure travelers alike."

Element San Jose Airport features 175 bright, multi-functional guestrooms including King and Queen Studios, One-Bedroom Suites, and Element's one-of-a-kind innovative room concept -Studio Commons - which features four guestrooms anchored by a private communal space to cook, convene, or relax together with friends or colleagues.

Element's complimentary breakfast program, Rise, is available daily featuring made-to-order dishes, a Chobani yogurt station, locally sourced espresso, and gourmet pastries. Guests can mingle over savory food and beverage pairings four nights per week with the hotel's Relax evening reception program. For a more convenient option, the Gourmet Restore Pantry is available for 24/7 self-service, with a selection of healthy snacks and indulgent treats.

With an emphasis on maintaining a healthy balance while traveling, Element's 24-hour fitness center is stocked with state-of-the-art cardio machines, free weights, and strength training equipment plus an outdoor saline swimming pool and whirlpool. For events, the hotel has 785-square-feet of space that can host up to 52 guests. Additional amenities include complimentary bicycles courtesy of Element's signature Bikes to Borrow program, a full-service business center, high-speed internet, electric vehicle charging stations, outdoor grills and picnic area, and laundry and dry cleaning service.

Element San Jose Airport is conveniently located at 1130 Wondo Way near downtown San Jose, San Pedro Square Market, Santana Row, Santa Clara University, museums, stadiums, and arenas. The hotel is located next to Paypal Stadium and is adjacent to the airport and the fixed base operator private aviation terminal.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit: www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/sjcap-element-san-jose-airport/overview/


About Element San Jose Airport

Business Contact:

Tanner Culbertson
account Director
MCA Group
T: +1 620-213-2448
E: [email protected]
W: http://www.mcaprgroup.com

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