Garden Court Hotel in Palo Alto, Calif., completes $9-million renovation

The Garden Court Hotel in Palo Alto, Calif., recently completed a $9 million dollar renovation. The luxury, boutique hotel offers 62 guest rooms including one penthouse suite.

The guestrooms and suites at Garden Court Hotel, have received a significant upgrade by Spanish interior designer, Pablo Paniagua. Pablo was chosen by the Spanish owners to create a classic contemporary feel for Garden Court Hotel that would be comfortable for the business executive, leisure guest and wedding party. With his background in interior design for residents, Pable brought a dynamic, creative and inspiring feel to Garden Court Hotel. From the tile-floor courtyards to French doors and outdoor fountains, guests feel removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

Garden Court Hotel is one of the only hotels in the United States with a Spanish heritage and ownership. From the guests experience at the time they make the reservation to when they check out of the hotel, they can feel the influence of the European ownership. The owners have a passion for luxury hotels around the world and currently own The Ritz Carlton Penha Longa resort in Lisboa, Bulgari Hotel in London, The Ritz Carlton Hotel in Santiago de Chile, InterContinental in Sao Paulo, Four Seasons Resort in Mexico City, Six Sense in Phuket, W Hotel in Paris, The Standard Miami, The Standard Los Angeles and The Standard Hollywood.

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