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The Oakland Marriott City Center hotel is located in downtown Oakland, and is in close proximity to San Francisco and Berkeley. This newly renovated 3 AAA Diamond hotel features many amenities for hotel guests attending ISSST. A BART station is located across the street from the hotel, which allows for travel throughout Oakland and the surrounding cities, including to and from the nearby Oakland International Airport (8 mi) and San Francisco International Airport (26 mi). Other nearby transportation includes: a Greyhound bus station – 2 mi, a Train (Amtrak) station – 2 mi, and a Hertz car rental center on site.

The Oakland Marriott City Center is offering a special conference rate of $159/night for all ISSST attendees who choose to stay on-site. Take advantage of this discount now by clicking the special link below, available only to ISSST attendees through April 27th. After this date, the rates will increase to the regular rate of $249/night.

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The Oakland Marriott is also “Certified Green” by the Alameda County Bay Area Green Business program, and was awarded The Leadership Level from the California Green Lodging Program. This means the hotel has standards on conserving resources, preventing pollution, and minimizing waste like low-flow shower heads and water fixtures, CFL bulbs, recycling, and composting. You can read about more standards the Oakland Marriott has at this link.

You can view a list of all hotel amenities at this linkFor a collection of all photos, visit this page.

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Double/Double Guest Room

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