Hayes Mansion

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In 1903, California architect George Page was commissioned by Mary Hayes Chynoweth, to build a home for the Hayes Family. Intended to provide a triple residence for the Chynoweths and growing families of Mary's two sons, Everis Hayes and Jay Orly Hayes, the sprawling mansion incorporated every modern amenity available, including the latest fire safety features of the era. The Hayes Family sold the property during the 1950s, after which the building remained vacant for some time. Purchased by the City of San Jose during the 1990s, the property was renovated and expanded to its present state.

Today, Hayes Mansion offers 214 luxurious guestrooms and suites in a stunning historic locale. Whether guests choose the cozy standard guestrooms or the spacious suites, they are sure to enjoy their stay. High quality amenities are also available, such as bathrobes, a coffee maker, a hair dryer, a flat screen television, and more. Guests can indulge in two dining options, both serving a variety of delicious fare.

Situated in San Jose, guests who choose to stay at the Hayes Mansion will find that they are in a prime location to explore the area. From redwood trees to museums to breweries, guests are sure to find something they enjoy.

Location Map

Explore the unique history of the Winchester Mystery House and the beauty of Natural Bridges State Beach.

Discover

Discover the Mediterranean Revival-style architecture of Hayes Mansion.

Explore

Explore the mysterious Winchester Mystery House.

Experience

Experience fascinating exhibits at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum.

Taste

Taste some delicious local fare at the San Pedro Square Market.

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