Boutique Hotels in the Silicon Valley
Before the End of 2001
|SAN FRANCISCO, June 19, 2001 - Joie de Vivre Hospitality, known for
its creative collection of boutique hotels in the Bay Area, has announced
that it will open three more boutique hotels in the Silicon Valley region
by the end of 2001. Joie de Vivre began its move into Silicon Valley in
September of 2000 when it opened the 91-room Hotel Avante in Mountain View.
In May, Joie de Vivre will debut the 208-room Wild Palms Hotel in Sunnyvale
and open the 80-room Moorpark Hotel in San Jose. Later in 2001, the company
will announce the opening of the 72-room Hotel Los Gatos in Los Gatos.
The personalities of all four hotels have been carefully crafted to attract the various travel niches that comprise the Silicon Valley market; in other words, each hotel has been designed with a specific lifestyle in mind. And continuing with its magazine analogy, Joie de Vivre likens Hotel Avante to Wired; Wild Palms Hotel to Fast Company; Moorpark Hotel to a combination of Esquire and Forbes; and Hotel Los Gatos to Town & Country.
Hotel Avante was designed to emulate the lifestyle of the creative dot
com business traveler. A handsome, hi-touch oasis, the Avante feels and
functions like the comfortably styled apartment of a creative thinker.
Juxtapositions between work and play, high-tech and low-tech are emphasized
throughout the details of Hotel Avante. Special features of the hotel include
a Mid-Century Modern Hi Fi Lounge, and an Executive Toy Box in each guestroom
(includes a Slinky, Etch-a-Sketch, Rubik's Cube and other low-tech games).
Opening in late 2001, the Hotel Los Gatos, will celebrate the stradas, plazas and Mediterranean gardens of central Europe. The villa-style hotel will include 30 two-room suites, high-speed Internet access, a full service day spa, Kuleto's Italian Restaurant, and extensive courtyards.
Joie de Vivre Hospitality
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