Welcome to the Creekside Inn - A Greystone Hotel 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.
Take your Turkey Day festivities on the road and enjoy a feast at the South Bay's and Penninsula's best restaurants. Many restaurants in the area offer special Thanksgiving Day feasts. Make your reservations today to get the best seats-and eats-South of San Francisco. Continue readingThanksgiving Dinner in the South Bay
Come on out to show your support of the Palo Alto Philharmonic, a community-based musical group that was established back in 1988. 25 seasons later, the skilled musicians continue to impress audiences with their wide range of instruments and eclectic musical styles from the classical to the more contemporary. On November 9, Maestro Thomas Shoebotham will lead the orchestra on a moving musical journey. Continue readingPalo Alto Philharmonic Fall Chamber Concert
Celebrate Halloween in Palo Alto with spooky events, fun street parties, creative art, and concerts around town. From trick-or-treating downtown to costume contests at Halloween Zoo Night, to the ghosts of the Gamble Garden Halloween Haunted House, Palo Alto offers festive and frightening activities for all. Take the kids to California Avenue for carnival games, a bake sale and Halloween events starting at noon. Continue readingHalloween in Palo Alto
Spend a relaxing afternoon strolling through Stanford University's incredible outdoor collection of art and sculptures, including works by Auguste Rodin, Mark di Suvero, Andy Goldsworthy and Beverly Pepper. Peruse figurative and abstract artwork in a variety of media, dating from the late 1800s to the present day. Continue readingOutdoor Sculpture Walk
Palo Alto Festival of the Arts offers visitors a variety of sights, sounds, and even tastes, as artists and vendors take over several blocks of University Street in Palo Alto. This family-friendly event is one of the city's most popular and draws attendees from across the Western United States. Continue readingPalo Alto Festival of the Arts