One of Silicon Valley\u2019s most luxurious hotels is closed to the public for six days this week to make room for a VIP.\r\nIt\u2019s a good bet that very important person is Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and his entourage.\r\nThe Fours Seasons Silicon Valley, located in East Palo Alto, isn\u2019t accepting reservations from Monday, April 2, through Saturday, April 7, according to the hotel\u2019s director of rooms, Ehab Mekhael. Some guests who had previously reserved rooms are being moved to rival hotels in the area.\r\nHotel management is telling those relocated guests it needs the rooms to accommodate a \u201clarge VIP delegation\u201d at the request of the U.S. Department of State, according to an email from the hotel staff obtained by\u00a0Recode.\r\nHere\u2019s an excerpt from the email: \u201cThe State Department has approached the hotel for a large VIP delegation next week. Due to the hotel\u2019s layout and location they\u2019re adamant that we are the best fit for their high security needs which will be restricting the hotel and all outlets from other guests.\u201d\r\nThis move comes at the same time that Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Salman is visiting the West Coast area and\u00a0meeting with tech leaders including Tim Cook, top Google executives and VCs.\r\nA press rep for the State Department and the spokesperson for the Saudi Arabian Embassy did not respond to requests for comment when asked if the Saudi Crown Prince and his entourage were staying at the hotel. Four Seasons PR rep Malia O\u2019Connor said the hotel wouldn\u2019t disclose the names of individual guests.\r\nThe\u00a0Saudi delegation effectively closed down the Plaza Hotel in New York this week, where they signed a memorandum of understanding with SoftBank to invest up to\u00a0$200 billion\u00a0in solar power development in the Crown Prince\u2019s kingdom. The delegation was so big that they reportedly had to book additional rooms at the Four Seasons and St. Regis to host the group in its entirety.