Welcome to the Creekside Inn blog! Stay up-to-date on everything that's going on around our boutique hotel in Palo Alto. Featuring events, things to do and special offers, our hotel blog will keep you current on all of the latest Silicon Valley happenings, including nearby attractions such as Stanford University, Stanford Shopping Center, Shoreline Amphitheatre and more.
On June 15, 2014, friends and family with gather on the stunning Stanford campus to acknowledge academic achievement at the University's 123rd Commencement Ceremony. The events are always amazing, as Stanford is one of the most distinguished higher education facilities in the nation. For Graduation Day, students will receive diplomas individually and hear a commencement speech from the influential couple Bill and Melinda Gates. Continue readingStanford Graduation
Check out the oldest home in Mountain View and one of the best illustrations of Victorian Italianate architecture in the West. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Rengstorff House is a fully restored 3,955 square feet house with, 12-rooms and stunning 10' and 11' ceilings. This beautiful structure features a period appropriate hip roof crowned by a widow's walk and a front portico. Continue readingRengstorff House
Experience the fun, joy and all of the hype! American Girl San Francisco is now open at the Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto. It's the place for girls looking to shop for dolls and accessories, style their favorite dolls, and host special celebrations. The Creekside Inn is less than 10 minutes away and offers a complimentary shuttle Monday-Friday. Continue readingAmerican Girl Doll Package
Enjoy a relaxing Easter Brunch at Cibo Restaurant and Bar located at the Creekside Inn. Enjoy signature dishes made with the freshest ingredients and a terrific menu that offers certified Angus steaks, fresh seafood, domestic lamb, delicious salads, vegetarian entrees, flat bread sandwiches, and the best burger in town! Continue readingBest Places for Easter Brunch
Since its opening in 1955, Kepler's Books has been a cultural hub on the Peninsula, and well known for its great literary events, broad selection of books, knowledgeable and experienced staff and deep bond with the Menlo Park community. Some upcoming speakers include Harlen Coben, Dr. Karen Fields, and Craig Nelson. Continue readingKepler's Books Speakers and Authors