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Hyatt Centric Mountain View

409 San Antonio Rd,, Mountain View, California 94040

+1 415-937-6656

Day Room
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Hyatt Centric Mountain View
Day Room / Refundable
2
82.00 USD
Check-in: 10:00am
Check-out: 4:00pm - Same Day
Pay at Hotel No card to book
Day Room
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Hyatt Centric Mountain View
Day Room / Non-Refundable
2
72.00 USD
Check-in: 10:00am
Check-out: 4:00pm - Same Day
Non-Refundable Card required to book no cancellation

Max. Occupancy of 2 People. See Booking Policy For More Details

* This rate does not include taxes and fees.

Hotel Amenities

Hotel Description

The Hyatt Centric Mountain View hotel offers hourly rooms just steps from the Village at San Antonio Center mall, with restaurants and retailers in plentiful supply. Visitors can find business and fitness centers, free Wi-Fi, on-site dining and an outdoor pool at the hotel itself, with numerous attractions such as the Winchester Mystery House and the Computer History Museum to explore in the local area.

Neighborhood

  • Range of Restaurants – Seafood fans can sate their appetites at Pacific Catch, whilst vegetarians can find salads, faux meat and more at Veggie Grill. Oren’s Hummus prepares Middle Eastern fare including housemade hummus. Meanwhile, burger aficionados can tuck into gourmet burgers at Eureka!, which also offers local brews and whisky. Other styles available in the vicinity include Japanese, Italian, French, and Californian.

  • Winchester Mystery House – To the southeast of the day rooms, the Winchester Mystery House is a strange and spooky 19th century creation with a labyrinthine room layout. Guided tours will lead you around this quirky mansion, which features a staircase that leads nowhere and is the perfect place to visit on dark nights (especially around Halloween).

  • Computer History Museum – Today computers are ubiquitous, and this museum charts the rise of electronic devices from their more basic days through to the cutting edge of contemporary computers. Exhibits explain the rise of the internet, early electronic pioneers, and there’s enough to keep a technophile amused for hours.

  • Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts – The artistically inclined have the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts within easy reach to the northwest. Artworks both classical and contemporary are exhibited within the museum. Outside, the well-kept garden is home to sculptures including Rodin bronzes (with more inside).

We should mention

  1. Outdoor pool.

  2. On-site restaurant and bar.

  3. Fitness center.

  4. Business center.

  5. Free Wi-Fi.

  6. Parking (charged).

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