Big San Jose hotel sets early April reopening, ends one-year shutdown

SAN JOSE — A big hotel in downtown San Jose that’s been closed for about a year has set a “firm date” for early April to reopen its doors to guests and is already taking reservations, the lodging’s owner says.

Signia by Hilton, a double-tower hotel at 170 S. Market St. near the downtown San Jose convention center, is slated to open during the first week in April, said Sam Hirbod, the principal owner of the landmark lodging place.

“April 7 is the opening date. That is firm,” Hirbod said. “We are taking reservations now.”

In March 2021, the hotel, then known as Fairmont San Jose, toppled into bankruptcy and

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