Stanford Court, a 393-room hotel atop San Francisco’s famed Nob Hill, is launching an all-new Zero to Hero package, where guests can take to the streets of San Francisco on an electric motorcycle.
The package, created in honor of Earth Day on April 22, was developed in partnership with Zero Motorcycles.
“We are thrilled to partner with Zero Motorcycles, an innovative and environmentally-conscious local company,” said Michael Baier, general manager of Stanford Court.
The packages, available throughout the month of April, will allow guests to take any of several day-trip routes along Northern California’s iconic coast.
Stanford Court’s lobby will also showcase a Zero Motorcycles display from April 5 through May 5, to help educate where to buy generic aciphex in the united states guests on the environmental advantages of electric vehicles.
Stanford Court, with a storied history dating back nearly 140 years, sits on the historic site of renowned “Big 4” railroad mogul, university founder, and U.S. senator Leland Stanford’s elaborate private mansion. Leland Stanford was at the forefront of innovation in his era, and today’s Stanford Court hotel pays homage to his legacy by representing the new frontier of innovation for the 21st century.
The Zero to Hero Package also comes with a pair of stylish aviator-style sunglasses from Oakland-based Shauns. Also included is breakfast at Aurea Lounge, a selection of snacks and refreshments, and overnight accommodations at Stanford Court. The package starts at $509 per night and is valid for stays from April 1 to April 30, 2014.