Hilton Oakland Airport completes multimillion-dollar improvement

Hilton Oakland Airport completed a multimillion-dollar enhancement project. Situated on a 12-acre resort-like setting, the recently renovated 360-room hotel has 16,000 square feet of meetings and event space, and is right by Oakland International Airport and minutes away from the Oracle Arena and Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum.

“We are very excited to showcase our refreshed and contemporary look that is reflected throughout the property,” Michael Rios, general manager of the Hilton Oakland Airport, said in a statement. “We are confident that our guests will enjoy the extensive renovation that has transformed our landmark hotel into a premier, modern destination, while preserving the character and first-in-class service for which we are known.”

The hotel’s 360 guestrooms and three suites were redesigned with today’s traveler in mind. The accommodations offer Hilton Serenity Beds with Serta Perfect Sleeper Suite Dreams mattress and down duvet and pillows, as well as a work space with high-speed internet access for business. Guests will also have access to 37-inch flat panel televisions, Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities and a coffee maker.

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Hilton Oakland Airport also has meeting space for up to 600 guests. The hotel’s 20 meeting and event rooms have been updated and offer new technology.

Guests will also have access to Amelia’s Café, serving breakfast and lunch, and Earhart’s Tavern, serving pizza, burgers and sandwiches. The Precor fitness center and outdoor heated pool were also redesigned. 

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