OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- (Marketwired) -- 06/28/13 -- This is a huge year for Oklahoma City sports: The Oklahoma City Redhawks minor league baseball team are in first place and the Oklahoma City Barons hockey team are in the playoffs. Fans can root for their favorite teams at the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center hotel. Just steps or a courtesy limo ride from downtown Oklahoma's finest shops, gourmet restaurants, museums, and the attractions of the Bricktown Entertainment District, this is one of Oklahoma City's premier downtown hotels.
Sports fans, this is the place for you any time of the year, whether it's basketball, hockey, football, baseball, or any other season. Within walking distance from the Chesapeake Arena and the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel is the place to stay if you're heading to a live game or event. And if you're looking for a place to catch the action on-screen, the hotel's Bar at 10 North, kicks it up any night of the week but the scene gets especially lively sports events, which are televised on flat-screen TVs. Nightly happy hour and an extensive scotch selection, as well as a stylish patio, make The Bar at 10 North one of the area's most appealing options. Round out your stay at the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel with the full workout and relaxation opportunities at the fitness center -- there's a sauna, whirlpool, and an indoor pool. Head to the Spa at 10 North for the ultimate in pampering, with professional treatments from body scrubs and wraps to massages and facials.
The Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel has several excellent restaurant options. The stylish 10 North Grille serves traditional American food for breakfast and lunch, and sophisticated cuisine in the evening. The reasonably priced three-course dinner menu with options like lobster potage to start and mains like filet mignon is a popular way to go. For a more casual meal, Caffeina's Marketplace is also open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and offers a full menu of Starbucks beverages as well as freshly baked pastries and other goodies.
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, the Chesapeake Arena, the National Memorial, the Oklahoma River District, and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Knowledgeable, 24-hour staff and comfortable, oversized guest rooms make any visit easy and enjoyable. Luxurious bedding and pillows, spacious bathrooms with Aveda products, a TV, a coffee maker with tea service, and desks with ergonomic chairs are standard room features. 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 USA
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