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Where to stay in San Jose?
Best cheap hotels in San Jose
San Jose airports & Subway stations
Visitors looking for accommodation near Stockton Metropolitan airport should consider Holiday Inn Express Stockton Southeast, priced 145US$ per night. Sonder — Centerra is 3-star accommodation set 10 minutes' walk from Santa Clara metro station, which puts you within 1400 feet of the city center. To stay near AmTrak train station, you will find a number of excellently rated hotels, such as Arena Hotel and Ac Hotel By Marriott San Jose Downtown.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Those looking to be in the heart of San Jose, close to Luis Maria Peralta Adobe, should think of staying at Four Points By Sheraton San Jose Downtown, where you'll find a health club and a patio. An option near the city center is San Pedro Square Apartments next to Luis Maria Peralta Adobe. If you prefer Downtown San Jose district, try The Westin San Jose, which is a 4-star hotel situated within walking distance of The Tech Museum of Innovation.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in San Jose
This posh 4-star Doubletree By Hilton San Jose, where you will find an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and tubing, is close to A.E.F Grocery. To be situated next to a valley, parks and a river, choose Hilton San Jose, which is a 4-star boutique hotel. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 3-star Fairfield Inn & Suites San Jose Airport.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Those who are seeking comfy B&Bs can stop by Zion Lutheran Church, where they will find Smart And Modern 2Br Near Santana Row Condo with free private parking and a free parking lot. If you're in San Jose on business, you might need a business hotel like Best Western Plus Airport Plaza with an indoor swimming pool, a seasonal outdoor pool and tubing. Caravelle Inn & Suites will place you next to the beach and within close proximity of Diocese of San Jose Chancery Office about 1250 feet from San Jose city center.
City Guide: Discover the best of San Jose
San Jose is San Francisco's younger sister.
The city used to sit in the shadow of San Francisco, but in a few decades San Jose exploded with striking blend of world-class restaurants, extensive shopping and high-tech novelties meaning it soon rivaled and outgrew the bay city of San Francisco.
You can experience all the changes San Jose has undergone in recent years on your trip there. From cheap offers to luxury San Jose hotels all available at Booked.net. You can check them out with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
San Jose transformed into the largest city in Northern California under the influence of the Silicon Valley's success. It reshaped the once small town thriving on agriculture into bustling metropolis with top-notch entertainments and attractions.
- San José City Hall, designed by architects Richard Meier & Partners in 2005
- The Tech Museum offers exhibits on the internet, the human body, and exploration
- San Jose Municipal Rose Garden with more than 4,000 roses
- Alum Rock Park, a beautiful park at the Eastern foothills of Silicon Valley
- San José Museum of Art, famous for its contemporary art collection of national and international pieces
San Jose dates back to 1777 when Spaniards took over the area and replaced Indians. They established the Mission Santa Clara that now can be found at the University of Santa Clara. At that time San Jose was a small farming settlement that thrived on food processing for the military forces in San Francisco. In 1849 people voted for California to become a new state with San Jose as its capital. But San Jose was too young with very poor facilities to be bestowed with the honor of hosting state government therefore the capital credentials moved to Monterey.
The city's population of 894,943 people was shaped during the gold rush when people infected with ''gold fever'' relocated there, but instead found a fertile land covered with apples, apricots, cherries, peaches and other crops.
Today San Jose is no more a sleepy town, but a brainstorming center in Silicon Valley with a focus on high-tech industries. San Jose has become not only industrial center, but politically and culturally significant city. San Jose is excellent for dining and shopping, but after sunset it is far cry from the day-to-day grind of work throwing dynamic parties with live music in pubs and more modern sounds in the clubs.
From clubbers to relaxed holidaymakers, there is a hotel in San Jose for everyone at Booked.net.