Hotel Los Gatos: A Leading Choice For Business & Leisure Travelers To Silicon Valley

Main entrance to Hotel Los Gatos

Graced with architecture reminiscent of a Tuscan villa, Hotel Los Gatos is easily one of the most beautiful hotels in the San Francisco Bay Area. Praised for its first-class hospitality, accommodations and dining, it’s also a leading choice for visitors to Silicon Valley. Learn why Hotel Los Gatos is an exceptional option for both the leisure and business traveler to California’s world famous Silicon Valley.

 

 

Tuscan-styled rooms and suites at Hotel Los Gatos
Hotel Los Gatos (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

About Hotel Los Gatos

Set in the vibrant town that bears its name, Hotel Los Gatos is a Mediterranean-influenced luxury hotel featuring Old World charm and splendor. First opened in 2002, Hotel Los Gatos immediately became the finest hotel in Los Gatos, a distinction that remains today. Set in one of the southernmost sections of Silicon Valley, Hotel Los Gatos is located less than 60 miles from San Francisco and less than nine miles from San Jose. Yet its prime location offers a much quieter environment away from Bay Area city noise and traffic. This four-star hotel is within minutes from Bay Area tech companies like Netflix and even closer to the South Bay’s only Michelin 3-star restaurant. The hotel is also a short drive from the redwoods and sandy beaches in Santa Cruz. Late last year, Hotel Los Gatos was acquired by Chicago-based investment firm Oxford Capital Group, LLC.

 

Hotel Los Gatos

210 E. Main St.
Los Gatos, CA  95030
(408) 335-1700
www.hotellosgatos.com

 

Partial view of a Grand King Suite
Grand King Suite (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Accommodations

This luxury hotel offers 72 elegantly furnished rooms, including several suites with fireplaces and balconies. Each of the rooms have impressive amenities like premium bedding, spacious bathrooms, honor bar and complimentary Wi-Fi and parking. Additional features include flat screen TV, robes, coffeemaker and laptop safe. ADA accessible rooms are available on a “First Sell” basis. Room sizes range from 275 sq. ft. for a Deluxe King to 800 sq. ft. for an Alma Suite. All rooms and suites are completely smoke-free.

 

Accessible entryway for the main section of the hotel
Accessible Entryway with Automated Doors (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Accessible Services

Hotel Los Gatos has a number of ADA compliant. This includes accessible restrooms, parking and entranceways. The registration desk is accessible in addition to the hotel’s restaurant Dio Deka. Meeting rooms are accessible and elevators are equipped with Braille numbers.

 

Small pug dog lying on a hotel bed
Pet Friendly Accommodations (credit: Matthew Henry via Unsplash)

 

Pet Policy

The pet friendly Hotel Los Gatos allows one pet up to 75 lbs. per select room. The pet fee is $50 per night. Pets must not be unattended and are not allowed in dining areas or the pool. Dog beds and bowls can be provided.

 

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Parking Garage with Elevator To Upper Floors
Parking Garage with Elevator (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Current Specials

The hotel offers ongoing promotions and discounted packages. This includes discount rates for AARP and AAA members and a Staycation promotion. The Welcome to Los Gatos-Book Direct offers a 20 percent discount for two nights or more and includes a split of wine.

 

outdoor dining space for Dio Deka
Outdoor Dining Space (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Dining

Hotel Los Gatos features award-winning dining and wine at its celebrated restaurant Dio Deka. Specializing in inventive Mediterranean and Greek cuisine, Dio Deka currently offers outdoor dining and orders for takeout or food delivery. Dio Deka has won Wine Spectator’s Best Of Award of Excellence and has a Michelin Plate rating from the Michelin Guide California. The hotel’s executive chef Kevin Michel also operates Cafe Dio across the street for gourmet breakfast and lunch items.

 

Swimming pool and hot tub area
Swimming Pool and Hot Tub (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Amenities

Onsite is a swimming pool and hot tub, in addition to the hotel’s luxury spa Verde Touch Experience. At this time, the swimming area and spa are both closed due to COVID-19 restrictions mandated by the State of California. Both facilities are expected to reopen this year as restrictions will be eased. Although no fitness facility is onsite, the hotel partners with the Club at Los Gatos, which offers outdoor cardio equipment, weights and classes. The hotel also has a beautiful outdoor patio, filtered water station and complimentary outdoor and covered parking. To meet COVID-19 restrictions, the hotel currently offers a contactless check-in, although no valet parking is available. Also onsite is an ATM machine and business center.

 

Meeting space in the hotel lobby
Meeting Space Inside the Hotel Lobby (credit: Randy Yagi)

 

Meeting/Conference Space

The hotel has 4,000 sq. ft. of meeting and conference space. This includes dedicated meeting rooms in addition to the patio area and lobby space. Although meeting space is currently available for reservation, the hotel must still observe COVID-19 mandates.

 

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About The Author:

Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer who served as the National Travel Writer for CBS Local from 2012-2019. More than 900 of his stories still appear in syndication across 23 CBS websites, including CBS New York, CBS Los Angeles, CBS Chicago and CBS San Francisco. During his peak years with CBS, he reportedly had a digital audience reach of 489 million and more than 5.5 million monthly visitors. Additional stories have appeared in the Daily Meal, Examiner.com, CBS Radio, Engadget and Radio.com. He is a Media Fellow of Stanford University, U.S. Army veteran and lifelong resident of Santa Cruz County, California.

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Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer covering national/international travel for CBS Local and all things San Francisco for CBS San Francisco. In 2012, he received a Media Fellowship from Stanford University. He is also a member of the Freelance Council of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW).