The San Ramon Valley is one of California's most beautiful cities, with various fun things to see and do. If you're visiting the Bay Area for business or leisure, there are golf clubs, historic sites, scenic hiking trails, and plenty of attractions to experience with the kids.

Where To Stay

Several convenient hotels near Bishop Ranch Business Park have many great features for added comfort. Review what each hotel offers to ensure it includes things you might want to make your business trip more productive.

The Hyatt House San Ramon

These residential-style suites and their amenities will make you want to extend your business trip. A 24-hour fitness gym, a business center with free public computers and workstations, free Wi-Fi, and an outdoor pool and spa are on the property. Each spacious suite includes a full kitchen, pull-out sofa bed, work station, and a separate living area. Visit their page to see what else they have available.

The Residence Inn by Marriott

This contemporary hotel has a modern look and great amenities. The convenient location off Donald D. Doyle Highway makes exploring all Northern California has to offer easy. Their rooms include a workstation, free Wi-Fi, and a kitchen. Work up a sweat in the fitness center open 24 hours a day.

Things To Do

Bodylines Day Spa

After a long, grueling day of business meetings, relax and rejuvenate at Bodylines Day Spa. They offer an extensive menu of spa treatments to help you unwind and forget about your day. Their certified therapists will revitalize and pamper your skin through massage or facial techniques. If you're into holistic therapy, you can choose reflexology or Reiki treatment.

Canyon Lakes Golf Club & Brewery

The Canyon Lakes Golf Course & Brewery is a pristine public golf course with a brewery and restaurant that serves unique craft beers and excellent food. The beautifully manicured greens are aerated three times a year. The brewery is open for breakfast and lunch daily, with drink specials during happy hour at 3 p.m. The dining room is big enough to host weddings, corporate meetings, and other private events. The Pro Shop will provide information on membership packages, special rates, and upcoming golf events.

Where To Eat

The Peasant & The Pear

This award-winning restaurant is located in downtown Danville and is owned by renowned Chef Rodney Worth. His menu serves classic cuisine with a modern twist. The Fisherman Stew is a hearty dish loaded with mussels, white fish, prawns, calamari, and olive oil croutons in a decadent tomato broth. Steak lovers will enjoy the grass-fed filet mignon with a Bourdeaux demi-glace paired with green beans and a Lyonnaise potato cake. 

Revel Kitchen And Bar

Revel Kitchen and Bar is a chic and stylish eatery that will lure you with their spirits program and modern Cal-Med menu. Their food is made from only natural and sustainable local ingredients, including the Fritto Misto (wild prawns with cannellini beans, cauliflower, orange-sherry aioli, and gremolata). The favorite local dish is the Abbot Ale Battered Local Cod and Revel Fries, which are served with pickled peppers and tartar sauce. Their cocktail list boasts signature cocktails, unique draft beers, and fine wines from around the world.