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Garden Court Hotel Offers New Technology Focused Amenities

  (March 29, 2012)

Palo Alto, California (PRWEB) March 29, 2012

A hotel truly in the heart of Silicon Valley, Garden Court Hotel provides its guests with both beautifully renovated accommodations, as well as the latest information regarding technology and social media with its new technology amenity offered at turn-down. The hotel has created a unique card with recommendations for the best iPhone applications to download, top Tweets of the day, and hottest locations in Palo Alto to check-into on Foursquare. Each tech card will also include QR codes listed on the back, which will take guests directly to the respective websites mentioned on the card they receive on their pillow at turn-down.

We know many of our guests are interested in, or part of the technology industry, and there is a real draw towards Silicon Valley for this reason, says General Manager Barbara Gross. We created a service that helps guests engage with the hotel and the surrounding area.

Garden Court Hotels technology amenities also extend to its Geek Chic package. This sumptuous and techy package includes a visit to the Computer History Museum, dining credit at Il Fornaio Palo Alto, a Blackberry thumb massage and an unforgettable aerial tour on Airship Ventures' Zepplin from historic Moffett Field, a 45-minute flight over the locations and companies that make Silicon Valley famous. In addition, the technological amenities in each room include HDTV screens, iDesign Cube Clock Radios for iPods and complimentary wireless Internet access. Additional luxurious highlights of the modern guestroom amenities include Molton Brown luxury bath products, fine Italian linens by Rivolta Carmignani and a fresh bedside gardenia.

With its exceptional 62 renovated guestrooms, prime location and array of technology offerings, Garden Court Hotel thrives as Downtown Palo Altos premiere luxury hotel for business and leisure travelers.

About Garden Court Hotel    
Nestled in the tree lined streets of Downtown Palo Alto, Garden Court Hotel opened in 1986 and offers 62 guestrooms including one penthouse suite. The upscale, boutique hotel is ideal for business travelers meeting in Silicon Valley, leisure guests exploring the area and brides looking for a romantic European style wedding. Garden Court Hotels contemporary and chic design, charm, luxurious amenities, attention to detail, spectacular location and privacy allows for the ultimate retreat and home away from home feel for every guest. Owned by Ferrado Garden Court LLC, current owners of the Bulgari Hotel in London, The Standard Miami, The Standard Los Angeles and The Standard Hollywood, the hotel completed a nine million dollar renovation in 2010. Garden Court Hotel is located at 520 Cowper Street, Palo Alto, Calif. 94301. Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at 800-824-9028 or by visiting the hotels website at

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