SAP Center at San Jose, San Jose, California, United States of America
Also known as “The Shark Tank,” the SAP Center at San Jose is an arena situated in San Jose, California. It opened in September 1993 and cost more than $162 million to build. The SAP Center was formerly called the San Jose Arena before German company SAP bought its naming rights. The arena’s field size spans 450,000 square feet. It holds concerts and different sporting events, including basketball, wrestling, mixed martial arts, ice hockey, and tennis. The arena can accommodate up to 19,190 concertgoers.
The SAP Center at San Jose is accessible from Alexandra Hills and Bethania Junction, among other nearby areas. Visitors can explore a variety of hotel options when in the city. Hotel Valencia Santana Row features air-conditioned rooms that are furnished with a pay-per-view flat-screen TV, coffee maker, and a safety box. Its private bathrooms have Italian marble floors. This hotel is close to San Jose’s known landmarks, such as the Winchester Mystery House and San Jose Civic Auditorium. Nestled on South Market Street, The Westin San Jose combines its old-world charm with modern amenities. It has a well-equipped fitness center and an on-site restaurant. Guests can bring their furry companions when staying at this hotel. Minutes away from the San Jose International Airport, Hyatt Place San Jose, Downtown offers non-smoking rooms and has a spacious parking area. Guests of this hotel can swing by the California Theater to catch performances or see exhibits at the San Jose Museum of Art.