At the counter as he orders a tall Americano, Rudolph is surprised to see the word “Rosewood” scrawled in pen on the barista’s hand.
Granted, he has just won a Award of Excellence, but he is still curious as to why a Starbucks server half an hour away has tattooed himself with the hotel’s name.
It’s late morning, and Peter Rudolph, the executive chef of Madera in the five-star Rosewood Sand Hill hotel in Silicon Valley, is commuting from San Francisco to Menlo Park.
The hotel opened four years ago on Sand Hill Road—a veritable venture-capital office park—near Woodside, home to many tech billionaires.
Thursday nights have become surprisingly popular at a five-star Menlo Park hotel.
Two eagle-eyed matchmakers, big tech money, and an army of stiletto-shod women mix and mingle there—all important factors in Silicon Valley’s peculiar mating algorithm.
Our boutique hotel offers a one-of-a-kind City experience at an affordable rate.
Guest rooms are comfortable, clean, and equipped with all of the amenities you could ask for during your stay in beautiful San Francisco.
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