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.
This year’s Treeathlon and Saplingathlon are being held on March 8th and 9th in Redwood City, right on the shores of the San Francisco Bay. It is held each year as the primary fundraiser for the Stanford University triathlon team. Run, bike, and swim your way with over 500 other athletes from all over the country. Continue readingStanford Treeathlon
From its source in the Los Altos Hills to the mouth of Southwestern San Francisco Bay where it empties out, Matadero Creek, also known as “Crosby’s Creek,” is one of the area’s most cherished natural features in the Palo Alto area- and it runs through the Creekside Inn! Local fauna congregate around the creek, and the Palo Alto Matadero Creek trail provides a link between neighborhoods as well as a fitness hub for the community. Continue readingThe Matadero Creek
Not sure of what to do come March 17th? Don’t want to trek in to San Fran for the parade? Here are few great ideas to stay in town and local. Check out lively Santana Row, join friends in a little pub crawl, or pig out on truly great local grub served with genuine Irish hospitality. Continue readingSt. Patrick’s Day Bay Area
This February, classical enthusiasts will get the chance of a lifetime as they witness three of the genre's greatest composers come to life at the Center for Performing Arts at Menlo-Atherton. Four world-renowned pianists will take the stage to perform classic compositions by Claude Debussy, Georges Bizet, and George Gershwin. Continue readingPianists in Paris - Music@Menlo
Experience an unforgettable evening with the Ives Quartet this February. As part of its winter program, the four-member group will perform Mozart's String Quartet No. 16, Cowell's free-form String Quartet No. 3, and then conclude with Mendelssohn's String Quartet in F minor. The quartet's absorbed and idiomatic performances will leave you captivated. Continue readingEach an Experiment – Winter Concert