Embassy Suites Hotel Santa Clara
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Embassy Suites Hotel Santa Clara
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Embassy Suites Hotel Santa Clara
Travel Blogs from Santa Clara
... which would make it harder. Here's what we have on the itinerary for our 8+hour wait at the SanFran airport today: Since NO ONE else is here because they don't think their flights will go, we pretty much have this place to ourselves. I'm banking on the power of positive thinking, and our flight WILL GO OUT TODay. So, back to the agenda: -Matt plans on hacking airport portals all day (it already started, see pic posted) -a latte in each terminal (I think I'll ...
... worked out nicer for Katie, with her broken leg in a walking boot. We got off the train and stepped right to the gate. An elevator was right there, and it took us up 5 levels, where we found that our seat section, VR334, was directly across from the elevator. Katie and Grant sat in row A, seats 1 and 2. Anne and I sate in row B, seats 9 and 10. We saw two home runs splash into the bay, the second being the game winner in the 10th. ...
After a breath-taking helicopter and boat tour through the Grand Canyon along with watching Penn and Teller it was time to leave Las Vegas and head to the West Coast. After a 7 hour drive we made it to Santa Clara, a vast majority of the journey was roads cutting through mountains with stunning views for much of the way. Today we have scheduled 3 dealer visits who we are ...
... for a bit sampling some of the many fruits on offer before walking across the city through the financial district to Powell Street to catch the famous cable car to Fisherman's Wharf. We waited in line for about half an hour watching the many people around us. We got to the front of the queue and jumped on the Powell Hyde line. Rich and I held on the side with Ingrid and the rest sat on the side for the journey. Along the way at ...
... up in my chair the whole time, eyes clued to the show. What a difference a month makes. To have seen these same people competing in the biggest competition of their lives with their game faces on, to letting loose on the arena floor was quite the change. But a fun change.
From trials to tour, and of course the Olympics and European adventure between, this really ...