Oakland Marriott City Center

Oakland, CA Hotel
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ChainMarriott International Hotels
Marriott Hotels
Total Meeting Space10,219 sq. m
Guest Rooms500
1001 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94607

Oakland Marriott City Center

Oakland, CA Hotel
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Need Dates

  • 11/18/201811/26/2018
  • 12/16/201812/30/2018




Room Features and Guest Services

  • Calls (Local)
  • Calls (Toll-Free)
  • Concierge Services
  • Luggage Storage
  • Room Service
  • View (Ocean or Water)
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail Box


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Gift Shop
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Rental Car Service
  • Space (Private)
  • Space (Semi-Private)
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center
  • Video Conference

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Spa or Salon
  • Tennis Courts

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi


  • Dance Floor
  • Loading Dock
  • Portable Walls
  • Staging Area

Image Gallery


Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space10,219 sq. m
Meeting Rooms37
Largest Room4,805 sq. m
Second Largest Room4,340 sq. m
Space (Private)7,432 sq. m
Space (Semi-Private)836 sq. m
Exhibit Space4,645 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms500
Singles (1 Bed)265
Doubles (2 Beds)235
Tax Rate14%




Local Attractions

Old Oakland (Victorian Neighborhood)

Historical Landmark
1 block away
Old Oakland is a historic district in downtown Oakland, California. The area is located on the northwest side of Broadway, between the City Center complex and the Jack London Square district, and across Broadway from Chinatown. The Old Oakland district was the "original" downtown Oakland during the 1860s after Central Pacific Railroad constructed a terminus on 7th Street. By the 1870s, elegant brick Victorian hotels were being built in the blocks surrounding the railroad station to accommodate travelers. The ground floor of the hotels were designed as series of narrow shops so that pedestrians would pass by many of them just walking down the block. The architectural styles of the time featured tall, cast-iron columns and large plate-glass windows. The downtown began its decline after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, when the shopping district began moving to the blocks north of 14th. In the 1970s and 1980s developers carefully rehabilitated and restored a block along 9th Street between Washington Street and Broadway, known as "Victorian Row". Notable structures on Victorian Row include the 1878 Nicholl Block building. In its early days, the Oakland Tribune rented a small office on 9th Street. A sign for the Tribune office can still be seen hanging outside the building today (2007). A farmer's market is also held every Friday on the same stretch of 9th Street. Though there are Victorians sprinkled throughout Oakland, this slice of preserved late century architecture is brochure-perfect. Many of the buildings within this six-block stretch look fresh off an 1870s remodel. Back in the day, this was the place to be seen in Oakland, the center of hoighty-toighty society, having the best restaurants, shops and hotels on cobble-stoned streets. And it still is—although it took a serious amount of restoring to bring it back from neglect after the 1906 earthquake. Today, indie retail shops are opening. Chefs at informal eateries are cooking up recipes from their old countries, whether that be Mexico, Barbados, Italy or Vietnam. At the old Swan’s Market, a food hall is coming to life with Mexican Cosecha, wine tasting with Periscope Cellars, and Rosamunde’s sausage and beer. The Friday’s farmers market is one of The Town’s best, with all the local characters buying their delicious provisions.
538 9th St.
Oakland, CA, US 94607

Chabot Space & Science Museum

11 mi. away
The mission of Chabot Space & Science Center is to be a place for students of all ages to learn and be inspired about the Universe and our Planet Earth. Founded as an observatory in 1883, today Chabot offers visitors hands-on experiences, interactive exhibits and space related artifacts, and Planetarium shows that explore the universe and life here on earth. Combined with a changing program of workshops, Science Camp, outreach programs and special events, Chabot Space & Science Center has become the Bay Area's go to destination for visitors of all ages who want to discover and learn about space and earth sciences. Set amid beautiful redwood parkland in the hills above Oakland, yet just 2.5 miles off the freeway, Chabot is also home to Nellie, Rachel and Leah - our three magnificent telescopes and the largest on the west coast open weekly to the public. Here visitors of all ages can experience for themselves the wonders of the cosmos as they gaze through the telescopes at distant stars and planets. Chabot Space & Science Center is extremely proud of its reputation as one of Northern California’s leading centers for informal science education. Each year we host literally thousands of students from throughout the Bay Area, visiting Chabot on field trips that can include curriculum-approved classes in subjects as diverse as chemistry, geology, space, biology, environmental science, and climate change. Chabot Space & Science Center’s dedicated and talented team of staff, instructors, volunteers and Board Members is committed to ensuring every visitor’s experience exceeds their expectation. We hope you will be inspired by what you discover and experience here, and leave with new questions in your mind and new ideas stirring your imagination. We look forward to welcoming you to Chabot Space & Science Center.
10000 Skyline Blvd.
Oakland, CA, US 94619

Oakland Museum of California

7 blocks away
Artifacts & interactive displays in a modern building focusing on state art, history & science. FRIDAY NIGHTS @ OMCA Every Friday night, 5–9 pm Half-price gallery admission for adults. Ages 18 and under are free! Cash bar. Prices vary for Off the Grid food trucks. Get your Oakland groove on at Friday Nights @ OMCA with Off the Grid food trucks, music, and more! Join OMCA every Friday for a family-friendly take on a festive night market, with the best in Bay Area curbside cuisine from gourmet food trucks, local beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages at the Blue Oak beer garden, live music, and dance lessons. Get creative at family-friendly drop-in workshops, dance to live music and local DJs, and enjoy special guest performers and events.
1000 Oak St.
Oakland, CA, US 94607

Jack London Square

9 blocks away
Situated along the scenic Oakland/Alameda estuary, Jack London Square is a vibrant destination in Oakland bringing together dining, retail, recreation and exciting events year-round. From lively summer night markets and outdoor movies to kayaking and bicycling along the waterfront, the verve and energy of Jack London Square make it a travel destination for individuals from all over the Bay Area and beyond. Stroll, walk, run or bike the waterfront walkways and peaceful park-like areas; and meet, greet, sip, chat, or just relax and enjoy the waterfront view.
Broadway and Embarcadero
Oakland, CA, US 94607

Lake Merritt

8 blocks away
Lake Merritt in Oakland, California, is one of the most unique urban spaces in the United States. Its 3.4 mile heart-shaped shoreline in the center of an exceptionally diverse city is the place for man and nature to migrate, meet and mingle daily. This tidal lagoon is also home to the oldest designated wildlife refuge (1870) in the United States. Do you know those French impressionist paintings from the turn of the century? Lake Merritt could be a model for a 21st-century version. It has that Saturday-by-the-lake relaxed vibe. Geese quack, joggers loop the perimeter and rowers plunk their oars into the water. Add to that a pretty Lake Chalet bar and grill, salsa dancing and sun bathing at Lakeside Park. The only thing that can steal the thunder from the glittery water is Grand Lake Theater, a 1926 masterpiece that literally lights up the neighborhood. Oakland’s largest indie bookstore, just around the corner, carries works by regional authors. While Uptown may be the fastest growing neighborhood, Lake Merritt is not far behind.

Oakland Chinatown

2 blocks away
While out and about in Oakland, stop by their Chinatown. You will be able to get everything you need from this one place in Oakland. This is because the culture is rich in the area, the food is great, the sights are amazing, and the shopping is affordable. There is everything you can do for a day, a weekend, or even more when you visit Chinatown in Oakland. There is fun for the whole family to enjoy, or even fun if you would like to have a breather on your own. Chinatown offers you what you need for fun, relaxation, and a taste of rich Chinese culture packed into the brightly colored streets of Oakland’s Chinatown. You can sample some of the finest Chinese cuisine that each restaurant has to offer. There are street festivals and cultural activities that are held throughout the year on the weekends for anyone to enjoy. If you love to shop then Chinatown is one of the best places to visit. You will be able to pick up some of the best Chinese herbs, as well as imported teas from China and Hong Kong. There is no need to worry when it comes to finding these items since you can visit almost any shop in Chinatown where they can direct you to the nearest herb or tea shop. You may also enjoy shopping for Chinese cultural and traditional items. These can include traditional dress, head pieces, or even toys and crafts that interests you throughout the market. If you do not feel like leaving, and want to stay for the weekend festivities there are a number of affordable hotels nearby and in Chinatown for you to stay in. This is something that is wonderful when you would like to stay for the Street Fest, Lunar New Year’s Bazaar, or even the Spring Banquet. There is no need to drive home after or before the events. Stay in Chinatown where you will be able to join in on the fun and excitement without having to worry about driving. Find out more information when it comes to Chinatown in Oakland. You will be able to get the fun and excitement you are looking for. Not only with the rich culture within the town and the history behind it, you can also get ethnic food, gifts, and other items of interest. Stop by Oakland’s Chinatown for all the Chinese items you need.
Oakland, CA, US 94607

Oracle Arena & O.co Coliseum

5 mi. away
Oracle Arena is an indoor arena located in Oakland, California, United States, and is the home of the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The arena opened in 1966 and is the oldest arena in the NBA. The Oakland Coliseum, is a multi-purpose stadium in Oakland, California, United States, which is home to both the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League (NFL). It opened in 1966 and is the only remaining stadium in the United States that is shared by professional football and baseball teams.
7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, CA, US 94621

Downtown San Francisco

12 minutes away
Just a 12 Min BART Ride away...San Francisco, in northern California, is a hilly city on the tip of a peninsula surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. It's known for its year-round fog, iconic Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars and colorful Victorian houses. The Financial District's Transamerica Pyramid is its most distinctive skyscraper. In the bay sits Alcatraz Island, site of the notorious former prison.
San Francisco, CA, US

Getting Here

From Oakland International Airport (OAK) - Exit airport. Take Hegenberger Road to I-880 N. Exit Broadway and turn right. Go 3 blocks and turn left on 10th Street. Make right turns around the block to hotel entrance. From San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - Take 101 North. Merge to I-80. Take 580 East off the bridge to 980 South. Take 11th/12th Street exit. Go 1 block and turn left. Hotel is at 11th and Broadway.


  • Paid Parking$40.00 / day
  • Valet Parking$45.00 / day
  • Street Parking

Distance from Airport

  • 12.87 km from Venue


The Oakland Marriott City Center has recently been transformed. All spaces are newly renovated, decorated in warm, bright colors with accents of natural elements such as wood, glass and metal, creating a contemporary and sophisticated look that pays homage to Oakland’s rich jazz and blues heritage. Throughout the hotel you will find thoughtful touches designed to complement and facilitate the needs of today’s traveler, as well as pay tribute to the rich cultural heritage of the City of Oakland. Delightful meeting and event spaces provide a perfect setting for your next meeting, banquet or wedding. Our Oakland hotel convention center offers 89,000 square feet of generous space for meetings or receptions. The Oakland Marriott City Center is certified by the California Green Lodging Program (Leadership Level) in conserving resources, preventing pollution and minimizing waste.


High Season
Jan 8 – Dec 15
Shoulder Season
Low Season

Cancellation Policy

72 Hours

Facility Restrictions

No pets allowed.

Additional Information

Want to know just what Oakland holds in store for you? Here are some of our favorite fun facts: • Oakland is the 8th largest city in California. • Oakland is the only city in California with the “big three” professional sports teams: the Oakland Raiders (football); Oakland Athletics (baseball); Golden State Warriors (basketball). • Oakland averages 260 sunny a days a year and is ranked No. 1 in climate among U.S. cities. • Oakland is continually listed among the top cities in the United States for sustainability practices, including a No. 1 ranking for usage of electricity from renewable resources. • “The Wave” originated at the Oakland Coliseum during an Oakland A’s game on October 15, 1981. • The Port of Oakland is the fourth largest container port in the U.S., and among the top 25 in the world. • The Rocky Road ice cream was created in Oakland in 1929. • On January 11, 1935, Amelia Earhart became the first person to fly solo from Honolulu, Hawaii. Guess where she flew? To Oakland, of course. • Kaiser Permanente erected its headquarters in Oakland in 1960. • Fox Theater reopened in 2009, after being closed for more than 42 years. • Oakland has more than 50 distinct neighborhoods. • Movoto ranked Oakland #5 as most exciting city in America. • Fukuoka, Japan, is Oakland’s sister city.


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