Main Street Hotel Finds Its Suite Spot

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Enchanté Boutique Hotel

Enchanté Boutique Hotel owner Abigail Ahrens uttered one adjective when notified that her downtown Los Altos hotel ranked No. 9 on the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards list of the Top 25 Small Hotels in the U.S.: “mind-blowing.

Enchanting Decor

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Los Altos Town Crier Features Enchante Boutique Hotel

French Flair: Abigail Ahrens Showcases Enchanté Boutique Hotel’s Decor.

Under a Mansard roof in downtown Los Altos, hotel guests relax in their French-infused rooms, read by the fireplace in the cozy library or, in the bistro, nibble pastries flown in from Paris. And proprietor Abigail Ahrens resides – literally – under the rooftop.

Walnut Creek Magazine – SIT. STAY. COME.

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Walnut Creek Magazine - May/June Edition

Nothing beats canine companionship. And even Fido needs a vacation now and then. Take your furry friend along to one of these pet friendly hotels, and watch his tail wag with delight. From organic dog treats to fluffy pet beds, these three Bay Area spots roll out the red carpet for four-legged guests.

Modern Luxury – Silicon Valley: Enchanté Boutique Hotel honors Animal Advocate Wendy Diamond

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Silicon Valley Magazine

The power and influence of women was felt Saturday, February 6, in downtown Los Altos when Abby Ahrens, the synamic developer and owner of Enchanté Boutique Hotel, hosted a reception for media personality and entrepreneur Wendy Diamond. More than 17 years ago, Diamond launched Animal Fair, one of the country’s leading dog and pet lifestyle media companies, and became a trailblazer, pioneer, and media darling in the animal welfare world – she holds three Guinness records and is sometimes called “the Martha Stewart of pet lifestyle.”

SFGate Suite Spot: Enchanté Boutique Hotel, Los Altos

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Enchanté Boutique Hotel Entrance With Napoleon Mural
By Jeanne Cooper

When condo developer and Francophile Abigail Ahrens decided to create a boutique hotel in downtown Los Altos, she opted for a style more romantic than Silicon Valley chic. She furnished the mini-chateau’s 19 rooms with vintage French prints, chandeliers, elegant fabrics and objets d’art. The resulting look radiates charm, not clutter, with service designed to restore joie de vivre.

Dogster’s Top Dog Hotels

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Dogster Magazine Dog-Friendly Vacay

Article By Amy Burkert

Enchanté delivers a bit of Paris to the Silicon Valley. This French-style chateau has 19 rooms, each thematically decorated with a combination of French antiques and modern décor. Dogs are treated to chef-made organic dog treats and filtered water, plus provided with bowls and a fluffy bed.