Oakland’s Dog Friendly Hotel, The Waterfront Hotel Offers Holiday Event Catering

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — Although the holiday season is in full swing, it is not too late to plan that holiday event. Dog friendly hotel, The Waterfront Hotel, located in East Bay, still has open reservations for any type of event. If a customer books by November 30, they will receive 15 percent off their bill.

“We offer 12 versatile banquet rooms, several with waterfront views and windows, accommodating as few as 10 people all the way up to a function for 200 guests,” says Lucky Sanabria of The Waterfront Hotel.

If one feels overwhelmed or does not have the time to plan the event, consider using a member of Waterfront’s talented, professional and friendly catering staff to assist in the planning of the event.

Following the event, stay a night or two at the Waterfront Hotel. It is sure not to disappoint. The hotel boasts 145 individually appointed, oversized guestrooms, some with spectacular San Francisco and harbor views. They have rooms geared toward that romantic getaway with balconies and fireplaces and a penthouse suite.

Amenities include plasma flat-screen TVs that can also be used as a computer screen, iPod docking stations, in-room coffee makers and a waterside heated outdoor pool. They also offer a weekday complementary shuttle within a four-minute radius of the hotel, free Wi-Fi and ferry service to San Francisco’s Ferry Plaza. Waterfront is also a dog-friendly hotel.

The Waterfront Hotel is located at 10 Washington Street, Oakland, CA 94607. Interested parties may contact them at 510-379-2650 or 888-842-5333. View them on the web at http://www.waterfronthoteloakland.com.

About Waterfront Hotel

Waterfront Hotel is no more than 20 minutes from the Bay Area’s major professional and leisure destinations and is a 25-minute ferry ride to San Francisco from the back door. San Francisco may get most of the attention, but Oakland has just as much to offer — and without all the crowds. Jack London Square alone can keep people occupied for days with its fine dining, cinema complex, nightlife and boutique shops. One can even rent a kayak, bicycle or charter a boat to see the Bay Area from a different perspective. On the weekends, guests can amble through the outdoor artisan marketplace and farmer’s market. The hotel boasts live music on many nights and is the premier East Bay wedding venue.


Lucky Sanabria