Silicon Valley’s boutique hotel Grand Hotel Sunnyvale has announced that its $25m addition will open in June 2021.

The 60,000ft2 annex will feature four floors with 51 new rooms, two advanced meeting spaces, and a new gym.

The new Deluxe Rooms offer queen or king-sized beds, floor to ceiling windows, and more.

Additionally, the rooms are equipped with various amenities including such as LCD TV, iHome docking station, mini-fridge, plush robes, and 110mbps Wi-Fi.

To promote touchless service amid the pandemic, Grand Hotel Sunnyvale offers contactless check-in and ALEXA to call for room service.

The new advanced meeting spaces are 600ft2 and 500ft2 in size and will be available for corporate meetings, business events and special occasions.

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Overall, the hotel offers a total of 155 rooms, three indoor meeting spaces for up to 80 and an outdoor events space for up to 150.

Currently, Grand Hotel Sunnyvale is open only for essential stays as it complies with CDC and US Department of Health guidelines.

The ADA compliant hotel is managed by Area Hotel general manager Claudio Bono.

Claudio Bono said: “Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, The Grand Hotel has provided safe housing for healthcare workers from local medical institutions, such as Kaiser and El Camino, as well as California residents affected by the state’s wildfire crisis.

“We’re forging forward with the hotel construction in acknowledgment that travel will emerge stronger on the other side of this global pandemic.”