AIf you’re looking to treat the gang to a weekend away, enjoy a relaxing staycation for two or if you’re planning to revisit old stomping grounds at Stanford homecoming, Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley is the perfect place to set up a winning weekend. Catch a 49ers or Stanford Cardinal game followed by a delightful dinner in Quattro featuring a newly refreshed outdoor terrace with sleek firetables and inviting lounge furniture, a prefect locale to sample hand-crafted seasonal cocktails and the finest wines from Italy and California.

Celebrate California Wine Month by taking a short day-trip to the nearby wine region of the Santa Cruz Mountains, minutes away and home to over 60 family-owned vineyards. There’s no better time to experience wine country than the months of September and October with harvest season.

For more information about special packages visit our Offers page.

 WHAT’S ON IN SILICON VALLEY

NFL 49ers Home Games at Levi’s Stadium

  • Sunday | October 2 | vs Dallas Cowboys
  • Thursday | October 6 | vs Arizona Cardinals

For more information visit the 49ers website.

Stanford Carndinal Football Home Games

  • Friday | September 2 | vs Kansas State Wildcats
  • Saturday | September 17 | vs USC Trojans
  • Saturday | October 8 | vs Washington State Cougars
  • Saturday October 22 | vs Colorado Buffalos
  • Saturday November 5 | vs Oregon State Beavers

For more information visit the Stanford Athletics website.

Concerts, Events & Exhibitions

Close out the summer concert season in style with a weekend away and sing-along to popular songs by Dolly Parton, Beyoncé, Gwen Stefani, Drake and Pentatonix with concerts at nearby venues SAP Center, Levi’s Stadium or Shoreline Amphitheater.

Levi’s Stadium (12 miles, 25 minutes)

SAP Center (18 Miles, 40 minutes)

Shoreline Amphitheatre (5 miles, 15 minutes)

 Art++ Technology and Art Lab

Art++ is a new augmented reality (AR) application that enlivens museum visitors’ in-gallery experience. Developed by Stanford graduate students and Cantor Arts Center staff, with support from the Brown Institute for Media Innovation, Art++ immerses visitors in the history, context, and importance of selected artworks by overlaying relevant content on a tablet viewfinder. With overlay features such as explorable historic photos and 3D panoramas, the learning experience becomes interactive and self-guided, encouraging visitors to look at art in new and exciting ways. Admission is free.

Now through September 26, 2016 | Daily, 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM | Cantor Arts Center

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