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Nestled in the heart of the Santana Row outdoor shopping area, San Jose's Hotel Valencia offers a hip vibe and Mediterranean décor. — Gayot
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5 reviews
There is a full health club and spa on-site, but the real focus is business. This hotel was built for conferences... A full planning team is at your disposal. — Gayot
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5 reviews
This downtown hotel is a restored art deco beauty, though contemporary stylings overwhelm the place's history. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Modern and exceedingly cheery, the Garden Court offers a bit of downtown luxury. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
Luxury and world-class golf are the highlights at this resort just minutes from Silicon Valley. — Gayot
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2 reviews
Contemporary rooms have marble bathrooms with deep-soaking tubs, separate glass-enclosed showers, flat-screen TVs, DVD/CD players, a spacious work area with desk and floor- to-ceiling windows. — Forbes Travel Guide
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1 review
Budget overnighters dig this cute hostel at the century-old Carmelita Cottages surrounded by flowering gardens, just two blocks from the beach. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
This sleek business-friendly, high-rise hotel is located next to the convention center and within walking distance to downtown restaurants and attractions. — DK Eyewitness
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3 reviews
The funky Deco details in the lobby's ceiling art are a harbinger of things to come. — Gayot
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3 reviews
This chic hotel was built by T.S. Montgomery in 1911 and has since undergone extensive remodeling and retrofitting... to restore taste and comfort. — Gayot
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3 reviews
A tastefully renovated, business-friendly hotel within walking distance of the convention center. — Gayot
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3 reviews
This Spanish-Mediterranean style compound, with its red tiled roofs and white stucco arches... houses 33,000 square-feet of total meeting space, which includes an elegant 6,600 square-foot ballroom. — Gayot
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2 reviews
Just steps from the Boardwalk, the property offers ocean views from every room and a neo-boho attitude that jibes with Santa Cruz’s surf-city heritage. — Travel + Leisure
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2 reviews
The bland façade may look quiet and unassuming, but inside, executive chef Scott Cater turns out some smart New American cuisine. — Travel + Leisure
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2 reviews
Santa Clara may not be a favorite tourist destination, but it does offer some pleasant, upscale accommodations. — Gayot
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2 reviews
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley and near many of California’s renowned wineries, this hotel is a comfortable place to stay for a traveler seeking to mix business with pleasure. — Gayot
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2 reviews
After a long trade show, a hotel connected to McEnry Convention Center is just what you need. In fact, guests can sneak back to their hotel rooms without setting foot outdoors. — Gayot
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2 reviews
Life on the road can be exhausting, especially when you have to take care of the little things... That'’s why so many corporate travelers check in here. The range of conveniences is seemingly endless. — Gayot
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2 reviews
Family-friendly hotel that caters to business travelers during the week, and 49ers fans on the weekends. — Oyster
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1 review
This downtown courtyard B&B is an eco-conscious gem, with water-saving fixtures and renewable and recycled building materials. — Lonely Planet
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