Hotels near Willow Glen
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
Picture San Jose in simpler, pre-digital times, and you're halfway to Willow Glen already. The Brady Bunch would fit right into this family-oriented neighborhood, where streets are shaded with trees and mom-and-pop shop awnings. The neighborhood's 1920s-50s bungalows seem worlds away from supersized McMansions in surrounding communities. Driving down the main drag of Lincoln Avenue is a nostalgia trip, with its candy stores, coffee shops, delis, and diners. The chains are mostly local, though the fare is oddly middle American for California—on the upside, parents won't need to ask twice for booster seats in these family-friendly joints. If you need your mustache trimmed or updo hairsprayed, look no further: barber shops and storefront salons abound in Willow Glen.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Willow Glen

Days Inn San Jose Airport
Days Inn San Jose Airport
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2.7
1128 reviews
1280 N 4th St Rosemary and 4th Street, San Jose
from $100
Four Points by Sheraton San Jose
Four Points by Sheraton San Jose
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3.7
735 reviews
211 S First Street, San Jose
from $109
Hampton Inn And Suites San Jose
Hampton Inn And Suites San Jose
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3.8
217 reviews
55 Old Tully Rd, San Jose
from $129
Hotel Valencia Santana Row
Hotel Valencia Santana Row
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3.9
541 reviews
355 Santana Row, San Jose
from $198
La Quinta Inn & Suites San Jose Airport
La Quinta Inn & Suites San Jose Airport
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4.1
775 reviews
2585 Seaboard Ave, San Jose
from $92
Hotel Elan
Hotel Elan
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2.6
446 reviews
1215 S 1st Street, San Jose
from $99
Fontaine Inn
Fontaine Inn
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3.4
100 reviews
2460 Fontaine Road, San Jose
from $112
EZ 8 Motel San Jose II
EZ 8 Motel San Jose II
2050 North First Street, San Hose
from $74
San Jose Airport Inn
San Jose Airport Inn
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1.7
314 reviews
1440 N 1st Street, San Jose
from $91
Holiday Inn Express San Jose-Central City
from $114
More About Hotels near Willow Glen...

Picture San Jose in simpler, pre-digital times, and you're halfway to Willow Glen already. The Brady Bunch would fit right into this family-oriented neighborhood, where streets are shaded with trees and mom-and-pop shop awnings. The neighborhood's 1920s-50s bungalows seem worlds away from supersized McMansions in surrounding communities. Driving down the main drag of Lincoln Avenue is a nostalgia trip, with its candy stores, coffee shops, delis, and diners. The chains are mostly local, though the fare is oddly middle American for California—on the upside, parents won't need to ask twice for booster seats in these family-friendly joints. If you need your mustache trimmed or updo hairsprayed, look no further: barber shops and storefront salons abound in Willow Glen.

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