OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- (Marketwired) -- 06/20/13 -- The Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel is the best event venue in town. With several large halls and multiple meeting spaces, it's perfect for weddings, reunions, fundraisers, or gala events, as well as rehearsal dinners and other affairs.
High-profile events staged in and around the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel include the recent Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, which brought more than 1,200 American Indian performers and artists to the city to celebrate their cultural heritage and diversity.
The Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel has an array of features that will make every event spectacular, from details like complimentary valet parking for local guests to spectacular guest rooms and on-site hotel amenities. To make things even easier, Marriott Certified Wedding Planners are available to make dream weddings happen. Experience and training make them the ultimate professionals when it comes to executing details large and small, whether it's helping to figure out the wedding budget, choose menus, arrange table settings, or find local florists, photographers, and entertainment. The wedding venue hires certified specialists to help coordinate and ensure a seamless event from start to finish. For any event, the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel's experienced catering director will help create spectacular menus for any taste and occasion, from starters to dessert.
Guests and event attendees will have a great time at the main event and enjoy all the luxuries of spacious guest rooms and the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel's attractive and comfortable public areas, as well as access to the hotel's several on-site restaurants, the Spa at 10 North, a newly renovated fitness room, and a fabulous indoor pool. In addition, the Bricktown Entertainment District is within walking distance, and the National Memorial, the Oklahoma River District, and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art are just some of the nearby local attractions to guarantee guests get the maximum enjoyment out of their stay.
About the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel
This fabulously located downtown Oklahoma City hotel is connected to the Cox Convention Center and just a block from the Bricktown Entertainment District. Knowledgeable, 24-hour staff and comfortable, over-sized guest rooms make any visit easy and enjoyable. Guest rooms all have luxurious bedding and pillows, and spacious bathrooms with Aveda products, as well as a TV, a coffee maker with tea service, and desks with ergonomic chairs. Hotel amenities include a newly renovated fitness center with an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, and sauna, and a fully equipped business center. Both the onsite 10 North Grille restaurant and Caffeina's Marketplace café serve three meals a day and the inviting Bar at 10 North is open every night. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in the hotel lobby and public areas. The entire hotel is nonsmoking. Nearby attractions for the whole family include the renowned Oklahoma City Zoo, the Science Museum Oklahoma, and the Oklahoma State Capitol, as well as well the city's finest shopping destinations, making the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel ideal for family vacations, business meetings, or just a relaxing getaway.
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Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel
10 North Broadway Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
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