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Los Gatos, CA

 

Plan your trip to Los Gatos. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like Los Gatos Lodge), find things to see and do (like Santana Row), and research places to eat (like Burrell School Vineyards).


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What are some good hotels in Los Gatos?

Here are the top recommended hotels in Los Gatos:

Los Gatos Lodge
50 Los Gatos Saratoga Road Los Gatos, CA
Los Gatos Motor Inn
55 Los Gatos Saratoga Rd Los Gatos, CA

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What are some things to do in Los Gatos?

Here are some of the most recommended things to do in Los Gatos:

Santana Row
Santana Row San Jose, CA
Sanborn County Park
16055 Sanborn Rd Santa Clara County, CA

(408) 867-9959

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Where should I eat in Los Gatos?

Here are some places to eat in Los Gatos.

Burrell School Vineyards
24060 Summit Rd Los Gatos, CA

(408) 353-6290
Manresa
320 Village Ln Los Gatos, CA

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What are the closest airports to Los Gatos?

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Insider tips about Los Gatos

Here's what Trippy members say about Los Gatos:

"Los Gatos in the last town before you head over the Santa Cruz Mountains to Santa Cruz. It is an old town with lots of local flavor, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife. It is also great for the outdoor enthusiasts with walking trails, mountain biking, equestrian trails, and hiking. Some of the highlights are Testarossa Winery in the old seminary, The Cats Restaurant and Bar which is a historic road house from the railroad days, nightlife at Old Mountain Charlie’s and the local dive bar The Black Watch. As well as many fabulous restaurants. Lexington reservoir is just outside of town and offers hiking/biking trails, non motorized boats, and fishing. The Santa Cruz Mountains have their own AVA and have many wineries with amazing views, not to mention award winning wines. Pack a picnic from the Summit Store and try Loma Prieta Winery, the views of the mountain range and ocean are spectacular!"  -Michelle




   
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