Comfort Suites San Jose Airport
1510 N. First St.
San Jose, CA 95112
Phone: (408) 392-9009
Fax: (408) 392-9020
The San Jose Heritage Rose Garden is part of the Guadalupe River Park & Gardens. Boasting of a motley of more than 2500 varieties of roses in diverse hues, this garden is a delight with young children, families and couples alike. Whether you choose to follow the short trails, have a picnic amid the colorful flowers or just walk slowly with your loved one, admiring the roses, you are sure to have moments of unbridled peace. The garden is maintained through the efforts of volunteers and rose lovers can either choose to volunteer or adopt a rose for a small fee. This garden also provides group tours and free pruning lessons.
Though the San Jose Municipal Golf Course does not offer luxuriant greenery like a countryside golf course, it nevertheless provides a full-fledged 18-hole golf course in San Jose, where golfers can practice and play at reasonable rates. It also conducts professional golf lessons and has an on-site golf shop, where enthusiasts can purchase golf gear and equipment by famous sports brands like Nike, Adidas and Cleveland. And if you are tired after an engaging round of golf, stop at the Muni Bar and Grill, which offers a waterside patio, television screens, live music, a bar with refreshing drinks and light snacks.
Crawling for three miles alongside the Guadalupe River and harnessing Highway 87, this unique natural environment contains a rose garden, jogging trails, several species of birds and lots of picnic tables. Nestled in a particularly scenic spot in the South Bay, it is a great place for a day's outing or a slow leisurely walk. Improvements are ongoing and when it is finally completed, it will be a spectacular place for everyone in the family.
Spartan Rec Connect, is one-stop spot for all kinds of recreational and athletic activities. It features an aquatic center, sports club, bowling center, intramural sports, sports club etc; accompanied by a sports club that has mini-gym, fitness room, dance and fitness room, studio, racquetball courts and also locker rooms. All the centers are well equipped and the fitness instructors help and guide throughout the workout. Their Aquatic Center sees swimmers from around the nation.
The Play Space serves as play center where children can develop their skills in robotics and Lego Mindstorms, which are hardware and software kits to build robots. It conducts regular camps where students are taught programming languages like C and LEGO Mindstorms NXT, and engineering and robotics principles. It also holds competitive leagues that challenge the knowledge and thinking power of contestants. These sessions provide great exposure to technically-oriented children, who will perhaps pursue a career in science, maths or engineering when they grow up.
Downtown Ice offers plenty of ice skating excitement for the whole family. It's a great way to celebrate the season in Downtown San Jose. You'll agree that ice and and palm trees never complemented each other so magically. See website for complete opening and closing times. Admission: Adults USD15; Children (12 & under) USD13.
Monopoly In the Park is situated within the Discovery Meadow and is a unique outdoor attraction. It consists of a giant monopoly board of the dimensions of 930 square feet (86.40 square meters), where adults as well as children can enjoy the classic game with slight modifications. With the huge dice and board, the whole game takes a new turn, full of fresh excitement. Those who are not interested in playing can lounge on the grass and watch the players while they continue a long and often never-ending monopoly session. This attraction also has packages for schools, families and corporates; a game of monopoly in the outdoors might just be a great team building exercise.
The Los Gatos Creek Trail meanders along the Los Gatos Creek, starting from Downtown San Jose, traversing San Jose's Willow Glen neighborhood and the city of Campbell and terminating at Downtown Los Gatos. This 9.7 mile (15.61-kilometer) trail passes through bouts of woods and wilderness, and important landmarks like the Los Gatos Creek County Park and the Vasona Lake County Park. It provides a connecting link between three cities and is always filled with cyclists, walkers, joggers and bikers enjoying its lush natural beauty. Do not miss this must-visit attraction in San Jose, whether you seek to exercise amidst nature or walk hand in hand with your loved one.
This wonderful facility is a great place to take advantage of the generally sunny weather with which San Jose is blessed. It contains the Japanese Friendship Garden, Happy Hollow Park and Zoo, the San Jose Historical Museum, a huge amount of picnic tables, an amphitheater and other venues. This is a fantastic spot for wedding receptions, barbecues, family camping or other group functions. It is a diverse place, one that is great for a family day out. Admission to the park is free.
Happy Hollow Park & Zoo is located in East San Jose's Kelley Park, near the Japanese Friendship Garden. Happy Hollow is a perfect place to take the kids for a day out as it includes a zoo with all kinds of animals like jaguars, capybaras and monkeys. Happy Hollow is not just a zoo; it also features a park with rides like a carousel and a roller coaster, a petting zoo, shopping, and play structures. Happy Hollow also has a puppet theater, an animal hospital, and offers classes, programs and summer camps for kids.
Home of the San Jose Earthquakes and San Jose State University's football team, the stadium holds over 30,000 people. Over the years, the facility has hosted many international sporting events and concerts. What began in 1933 as a 4000 seat venue has constantly been upgraded and expanded into a modern venue for enjoying sporting events of all kinds as well as concerts, yet it still retains the charm of days gone by. It is quite frequently used for the university's cultural events and programs. Note: Credit card acceptance varies by event.
This urban farm covers an impressive 47 acres (19.02 hectares). It has school tours, orchards, a barnyard, picnic areas and places to fly kites. It is a great place to bring kids, especially if they like animals as there are numerous breeds of rabbits, chickens, geese and ducks for them to befriend. The property was originally given to the city of San Jose with the intent that it be used as an agricultural learning center, and in this respect, it succeeds admirably. Admission is free.