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Oakland Marriott City Center

1001 Broadway · Oakland, California 94607 USA

  • 1-510-451-4000

Area Information & Attractions

  • 1-510-451-4000

Full of vibrant culture and delectable dining, Oakland is the place to be for in-the-know travelers. Just five miles from downtown San Francisco, Oakland offers a value-oriented option for Bay Area hotels and travel.

Discover adventures and experience the exciting destination of Oakland, all its own, for your next vacation or business trip. Much more than just a value-oriented alternative to San Francisco, Oakland offers a wide variety of Bay Area attractions and activities that will create long-lasting memories. 


Experience one of the top Bay Area travel destinations when you visit Oakland Marriott City Center. With welcoming service, deluxe accommodations and state-of-the-art technology, our hotel offers an ideal jumping off point for exploring all the city has to offer.

Fun Facts about Oakland, California

Want to know just what Oakland holds in store for you? Here are some of our favorite fun facts:


  • Oakland is the eighth largest city in California.


  • The New York Times ranked Oakland #5 among the top 45 places to visit in 2012.


  • 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 Number 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 Jan. 11, 1935, Amelia Earhart became the first person to fly solo from Honolulu, Hawaii. Guess where she flew? To Oakland, of course.


  • Kaiser 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.


  • ArtPlace America named Oakland as one of the top 12 art destinations in the country in 2013.


  • Movoto ranked Oakland #5 as most exciting city in America.


  • Fukuoka, Japan, is Oakland’s sister city.


Contact Us

To contact the Oakland Marriott City Center please call 1-510-451-4000.


Oakland Marriott City Center

1001 Broadway

Oakland, California 94607 USA

Directions to Our Hotel

Oakland International Airport - OAK

Hotel direction: 8 mile(s) N

Driving directions:   

  • Exit airport.   
  • Take Hegenberger Road to I-880 N. Exit Broadway, and turn right.   
  • Go 3 blocks, turn left on 10th Street
  • Take right turns around the block to hotel entrance.   


Alternate transportation: City Express Shuttle fee: 28 USD (one way); on request. Estimated taxi fare: 40 USD  (one way).


San Francisco International Airport - SFO 

Hotel direction: 26 mile(s) NE

Driving directions:   

  • Take 101 North. Merge to I-80.   
  • Take 580 East off the bridge to 980 S. Take 11th Street/12th Street exit.   
  • Go 1 block, turn left.   
  • Hotel is at 11th Street & Broadway.


Alternate transportation: Bayporter; fee: 39 USD (one way); on request

Estimated taxi fare: 80 USD (one way)


San Jose International Airport - SJC 

Hotel direction: 43 mile(s) N

Driving directions:

  • Take I-880 North. Exit Broadway and turn right.
  • Go 3 blocks, turn left on 10th Street
  • Make right turns around the block to hotel entrance.


This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

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