Hotels and Motels - A list of hotels and motels in the local
Stanford area. Stanford Health Care does not specifically endorse any
of the hotels listed. Please identify yourself as a Stanford patient
or guest in order to receive a POSSIBLE discount. No Stanford discount
is guaranteed. Hotels may also offer Senior or AAA members discounted
rates. All amenities listed are subject to change, so please
confirm the amenity before you book.
Inn offers contemporary and elegant guestrooms that feature a
spacious work area, free wireless Internet access, a microwave and
refrigerator, and premium TV channels. Maple Tree Inn is a nonsmoking
hotel. Included in the rate is a hot buffet breakfast each morning and
hospitality hour from Monday to Thursday.
Oakwood Temporary Housing provides comfortable
fully-furnished apartments at excellent discounted rates for your
TownePlace Suites Marriott in Redwood City
offers simple residential living with your budget in mind, with fully
equipped kitchens, free high-speed internet access, spa, and
complimentary business services.
The Homewood Suites by Hilton® Newark/Fremont
offers 192 spacious studios, and one and two bedroom suites. Guests
will feel right at home whether they stay a few nights or a few
months. Our spacious suites offer the warmth and comfort of home plus
many special amenities all for the price of a traditional hotel.
The Stanford Guest House welcomes individuals,
groups and families who are visiting Stanford University Medical
Center. Their staff is a part of the Stanford family, and they are
dedicated to making every visitor's stay as relaxing and convenient as possible.
Larkspur Landing Home Suite Hotel offers
affordable rates to Stanford guests, and amenities such as relaxing
FeatherBorne beds, fully equipped kitchens, complimentary in-room
internet access, five-star business centers, a Healthy Start
breakfast, laundry facilities, and grocery shopping service.
For a full list of Extended Stay and Corporate Housing options please call the Department of Social Work and Case Management at 650-725-4053.
The Flora Lamson Hewlett Apartments Housing of Medical Emergencies
(HOME Apartments) is owned and operated by the Assistance League of
Los Altos. The Assistance League is a philanthropic organization of
volunteers and a chapter of the National Assistance League.
HOME is for out-of-town patients and families at Stanford Health
Care who need temporary housing while they undergo treatment for a
week or more. The current 40-unit complex was opened in September
1987, and was funded by the Flora Lamson Hewlett Foundation, the
Assistance League of Santa Clara County and individual donations.
Each HOME unit has a fully equipped kitchen with a stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, microwave and blender.
There are sheets, bedding, a TV and VCR in each one-bedroom apartment.
Laundry facilities are available. A telephone and private number will
be assigned to tenants, and the charges will be billed by the Stanford
Occupancy in these units is limited to two people—a patient and a
caregiver. No pets are allowed.
The number of HOME apartments is limited and unfortunately cannot be
available for all patients and families that wish to reside there. Use
of the HOME is coordinated by the Department
of Social Work and Case Management at Stanford Health Care. All
applications are assessed and processed within this department,
including a thorough financial screening.
The Department of Social Work and Case Management may be able to
provide additional resources for those patients and families with
special financial circumstances that prohibit them from securing
housing. Please be aware that the department receives far more
requests for assistance than there are resources available. Patient
and families must be interviewed by a Stanford Hospital social worker
to assess clinical and financial needs, including a financial screening.
Community Home Program
Many patients undergo treatments at Stanford Health Care, requiring
them to reside in the area for an extended period of time. We
recognize the need to provide temporary housing options for patients
during this time when low cost housing options are limited. The
development of the Community Home Program was envisioned to help
alleviate this housing issue by placing out-of-town patients and their
families with volunteer hosts who live near Stanford.