Oakland, California 94607
Were the Oakland Marriott, which was originally known as the Oakland Hyatt Regency when it opened in May of 1983, to gain sentience, perhaps its first thought might be shock followed by wonder at the miracle of its consciousness. Then it may wonder what was in its place before it existed, followed by curiosity about what everyone does in its hotel rooms, and then shame at having been forced to host Urban Shield. However, were it to gain sentience and be forced to promote itself in service of its masters, perhaps it might say something like this:
Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, the Oakland Marriott City Center Hotel places you in the center of it all. Our newly renovated hotel in Oakland, CA features select PURE guest rooms and stunning views of the San Francisco Bay Area, Lake Merritt, Berkeley Marina and the Golden Gate Bridge. One of the most centrally located downtown Oakland hotels, our hotel allows guests to explore nearby Chinatown, museums, fine dining and trendy shopping at Jack London Square. Hop on the BART Subway System located across the street from our Oakland, CA hotel and be comfortably transported to downtown San Francisco in only 12 minutes. This Oakland Convention Center hotel offers 89,000 square feet of generous event space for meetings or receptions. After an exciting day, retire to our spacious Oakland hotel guest rooms and suites with luxurious bedding and a comfortable workspace or enjoy our complimentary fitness center and outdoor pool. Book your next visit to the Oakland Marriott City Center Hotel today.
In May, 2015, the Marriott was sold to realty firm DiNapoli Capital Partners. 1
Links and References
- Oakland Marriott bought by DiNapoli Group for estimated $84 million Oakland Tribune May 11, 2015