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Rendering by Axis/GFA. Palo Alto rolled out the welcome mat on Monday night to two new Marriott hotels, which won the City Council's approval despite heated opposition from the surrounding neighborhood. By an 8-1 vote, with Lydia Kou dissenting, the council approved two hotels – a sleek and urban AC Marriott and the more traditional Courtyard Marriott – for a site at 744 and 748 San Antonio Road, near the Mountain View border. The vote followed more than an hour of testimony from the public, with dozens of neighbors urging the council to strike down the project. Some argued that the new hotels are grossly incompatible with their neighborhood, which includes a mix of small commercial buildings and the residential complexes, Greenacres I and Greenacres II. And nearly everyone maintained that the new hotels, which will bring 294 rooms between them, would exacerbate the already worsening congestion on San Antonio Road. “Seen in isolation, it's a great project,” said Ralph Cahn, treasurer of the Greenhouse ทําบัตรต่างด้าว Homeowners Association, “But it's not in isolation.” Citing the two buildings' 50-foot height, mass and traffic impacts, Cahn said the project represents “a huge change to the whole character of the street.” Phillip Hill said that on any weekend, there are many little children playing at the Greenhouse 2 housing complex. The new hotels, he said, would negatively impact their quality of life. “I'd implore all of you to search your conscience,” Hill said. “If this hotel was built in your backyard or across the street from your house, would you still vote yes?
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