Nobu Hotel Palo Alto Undergoing Multimillion-Dollar Phased Transformation and Rebranding

/Nobu Hotel Palo Alto Undergoing Multimillion-Dollar Phased Transformation and Rebranding

Nobu Hotel Palo Alto Undergoing Multimillion-Dollar Phased Transformation and Rebranding

|2019-02-21T13:45:06+00:00February 21st, 2019|

PALO ALTO, Calif. (Feb. 21, 2019) – Nobu Hotel Palo Alto is currently undergoing a multimillion-dollar phased renovation, set to debut as an official Nobu Hotel and restaurant in early 2020. Unveiling a completely brand-new hotel following the transformation, it’s set to be Silicon Valley’s most anticipated hotel opening.

The 73-room boutique property is elevating its façade, reception and arrival experience, wellness offerings, meeting venues and amenities, guest rooms and adding a two-story signature restaurant to reflect the world-renowned standards of Nobu Hospitality with the addition of a 24-hour in-room Nobu dining menu.

“Nobu is known for its exceptional cuisine and is breaking barriers in the industry with Nobu Hospitality,” said Andrew Tilley, general manager of Nobu Hotel Palo Alto. “We’re excited to bring this globally acclaimed brand to our guests and establish a gateway to Nobu, the Palo Alto way.”

Nobu Hotel Palo Alto will also be a destination for meetings and groups with spacious conference and event venues on the second and eighth floors as well as within Nobu restaurant.

The eighth, and top, floor of the hotel will house three Ryokan meeting locations featuring commanding views of Stanford University and the surrounding Bay Area foothills while providing extensive Nobu catering capability and premium conferencing technology.

For more information on the property, please visit www.nobuhotels.com/palo-alto.

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