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Rosewood Sand Hill, Menlo Park

Rosewood Sand Hill in Menlo Park

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Corporate Events at The Rosewood Sand Hill

Located in Menlo Park, the Rosewood Sand Hill is another that is a popular destination for entrepreneurs and executives seeking event and meeting spaces within the Bay Area. Opened in 2009 and located near Stanford University, it provides a resort-like atmosphere with a contemporary design, and has received multiple Forbes Travel Guide Awards.

Nestled in Silicon Valley, its proximity to the hub of high-tech innovation and industry makes it an ideal location for a variety of business events from conferences and incentive trips to summits, team building retreats, and private meetings. Among the amenities are several cycling, hiking, and golfing opportunities, and it is a top destination for road cyclists across the globe.

The Sand Hill spans 16 acres overlooking the Santa Cruz Mountains, and boasts plenty of natural light, an on site spa, outdoor heated pool, audio-visual services, and high-speed internet access. The hotel is pet and family friendly, and all 121 guest rooms have private balconies or terraces.

Event locations include several outdoor meeting spaces, a 2,769 square foot ballroom and three smaller indoor ballrooms, and multiple board and meeting rooms designed to complement the landscaped lawns and terraces. The deck in the Madera Restaurant on site offers a spectacular view for taking in the sunset, and has two private dining areas for your small gatherings.

Throughout the hotel, the Rosewood Sand Hill Art Collection features exceptional work by accomplished artists, connecting the hotel with the local artistic community. All the works in the collection were chosen to represent the finest examples of contemporary creative art. Many of the artists have personal connections to Northern California and to the Stanford University campus.

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Rosewood Sand Hill Meeting spaces with floor plans:

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