Nobu Hotel Palo Alto
Nobu Hospitality Debuts Nobu Hotel Palo Alto
Now open – 73 Rooms
Led by the award-winning, Los Angeles based architecture firm, Montalba Architects, and construction management firm Shawmut Design and Construction, Nobu Hotel Palo Alto draws inspiration from its sister property, the renowned Nobu Ryokan Malibu, and features the newly introduced Ryokan-inspired guest rooms, suites and meeting spaces on the 7th and 8th floors. The Ryokan experience offers serene views of the Santa Cruz Mountains while ensuring privacy, exclusivity, and impeccable service for the discerning guest.
Ryokan accommodations include five stunning suites designed in light, soothing tones of natural materials, with white oak paneling, teak accents, and natural crema marfil marble stone, all lending a peaceful Japanese- Californian aesthetic throughout. Serving leisure and business travelers, the rooms include luxurious furnishings with custom handcrafted Japanese bedside lanterns, and subtly integrated technology, like butler service control keypads, allowing for attentive service and high touchpoint amenities that transcend the traditions and boundaries of hospitality.
The 8th floor holds the three Ryokan meeting spaces designed with warm wood paneling, integrated sideboards and 90" TVs with built-in power and HDMI capability that surround the live edge conference tables. The floor-to- ceiling sliding glass doors access large teak-decked landscaped patios with comfortable furnishings and integrated heaters, ideal for small gatherings. Secured elevator key access, 24-hour butler service, priority seating in Nobu restaurant, and executive turn-down service are feature amenities to the Ryokan experience, though slightly altered to ensure the health and safety of all guests and employees during the current travel climate.