The Presidential Suite at the Four Seasons Silicon Valley. The Presidential Suite at the Four Seasons Silicon Valley.

The Four Seasons Silicon Valley, which is located in Palo Alto, California, is not currently accepting reservations from April 2 to April 7 according to a report by Recode. And this, the report pointed out, might have something to do with the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and his delegation visiting the West Coast.

The hotel’s director of rooms Ehab Mekhael told Recode that guests who had reserved rooms with the hotel earlier are being moved to other hotels in the area. The hotel, in an email to Recode, stated that the relocation was being made at the request of the U.S. Department of State for a VIP delegation.

The Crown Prince is visiting Silicon Valley to meet with tech company executives and venture capital executives as part of the three-week tour to the U.S. Last week, the delegation was at New York City.

This news comes just days after the Saudi Prince and his delegates took over The Plaza Hotel in NYC during their visit. The hotel was closed to the public and because it couldn’t accommodate the whole delegation, some of the Saudi delegates were put up at the St. Regis and Four Seasons Hotel.

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