Quality Inn & Suites Silicon Valley
2930 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95051
Phone: (408) 241-3010
Fax: (408) 247-0623
This is a fabulous theater with over 300 seats and there is no balcony. The theater is an intimate venue and evrything from the ticket booths to reception as well as the washrooms are well designed. As the center sits in the middle of various art organizations (Mission City Opera, Wilcox Stage Company and Santa Clara Ballet), it is used for various forms of artistic performances. The complex contains two stages: the Main Stage and the Marilyn Rea Hall.
Do you want to jump as high as sky? Sky high sports can let your dream come true! Located in Santa Clara, it is a trampoline sports center that provides large professional frame with 360 degrees trampoline walls. In the center, you can jump in whatever ways as long as it is fun. You also can organize a dodgeball game in here, which will be a totally new experience to you and your friends.
The American Legion Hall Post 419 is among the many branches of the American Legion and is a nice facility for military veterans and members. Even non-members can avail of the hall for an affordable amount. The compact hall is used for various events and cultural activities. Tucked away near the Mission Santa Clara De Asis, Mission Gardens and Santa Clara University, it features a fully equipped bar, kitchen, a dance floor, stage, tables and chairs. They even have a barbecue outside. It can be used for meetings, conferences, seminars, weddings, banquets and receptions.
This theater sits on the Santa Clara University campus, acting as one of the principal performance outlets. It can hold approximately 500 audience members. The building also contains the Fess Parker Studio Theatre and the Music Recital Hall. It is replete with facilities for performing arts such as excellent acoustic and lighting systems, rehearsal hall and costume shops. It defines the rich cultural scene at Santa Clara University.
One of the highlights of the Santa Clara University is its Music and Dance building, situated on the college campus. The Recital Hall is located on the first floor of this building, and has a capacity to house 250 spectators. In addition to recitals, several music and choir performances are also held here, which are accentuated by the superior acoustics of the hall. Catch some fresh talent by attending one of the performances here.
Rockbar Theater stays true to its name. Its rock inspired decor and high quality sound and lighting makes it one of the premier destinations for live performances. It also features a Vodka Bar which features premium drinks and a huge stage. There is also a VIP enclosure.
The Refuge on Homestead Road is a part of The Good Samaritan Church. The unique facility offers a performance venue like no other; as such, The Refuge can be described as an unusual amalgamation of a place of worship and a concert venue. The place hosts various local bands and musicians regularly that propagate the Word of God, using a more acceptable means – rock!
The Buck Shaw Stadium is home to the Santa Clara University's soccer team. The Earthquakes play and practice here year round and are popular among university students and alumni.
Nichols Hall opened in 2008 and is located in the campus of Harker Upper School. This eco-friendly science and technology center is named in honor of Howard Nichols, the former head of the school. Spread across 50,000 square feet (4645.15 square meters), this steel, glass and concrete building features a glass gazebo with an enormous pendulum following the rotation of the earth, a forum with a fixed radiant floor and curvilinear roof system and a 200-seat auditorium with a living roof. There are solar panels as well across the facility.
The Leavey Center is home to the Santa Clara Broncos basketball team. It can seat up to 4500 spectators and hosts the West Coast Conference Basketball tournaments. It also has a Sports Medicine and Treatment Center, volleyball, basketball, baseball and soccer team and training rooms. It was earlier known as the Harold J. Toso Pavilion and after a massive renovation project, it was renamed in the honor of Thomas E. Leavey (founding member of Farmers Insurance) who also studied at Santa Clara. Check website for more details.
A part of the AMC Theatres chain, the Mercado 20 provides a comfortable movie-going experience. Digital Surround Sound, stadium seating and listening devices are some of the amenities present, aimed at enhancing your viewing pleasure. The place offers free parking and it is wheelchair accessible. There is on-site ATM too. This is a perfect spot to enjoy a good movie with family or even for catching a show with friends and colleagues after work.
Part of the ever successful AMC theater chain, the Cupertino Square 16 is just another example of the high quality standards that the chain upholds. With stadium seating, high-tech surround sound technology and yummy concessions, this cinema is the perfect place for a date night with you and your sweetie or a night out with a couple of pals.