Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Want to Stay Overnight After Partying?

By Jody Colley
Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 11:43 AM

The beautiful Waterfront Hotel in Jack London Square, conveniently located in the heart of our event area, is extending deeply discounted room rates for party attendees.

Rates from: $97.00/night
Web Access Code: BOEB
Travel Dates: August 5-8

Click here to make reservations: ROOM RESERVATIONS

For more information about the hotel, click HERE.

The seamless combination of the Waterfront Hotel’s nautical style and the traditional setting of Jack London Square come together on Oakland’s waterfront to create the perfect environment for your stay.

After a multi-million dollar renovation in 2008, the Waterfront Hotel blends the unique atmosphere of the Oakland waterfront with modern and luxurious designs. Now featuring upgraded guestrooms, lobby, meeting spaces, exterior painting, and our new restaurant, Miss Pearl’s Jam House. The Waterfront Hotel celebrates the adventurous spirit of the Oakland waterfront, with all of the guestrooms, public spaces, and meeting rooms embodying the maritime atmosphere and soul of the waterfront through the nautical inspired décor.

The Waterfront Hotel is the perfect place for a fun and relaxing Oakland vacation. Step outside and explore the Best of the East Bay Party. It’s all right your door!

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