The Hotel at Oberlin offers 70 guestrooms and suites, signature restaurant 1833 & bar highlighting locally sourced fare and a meeting venue with 6,500 square feet of conference and event space overlooking Tappan Square.
Meeting & Event Space
With 6,500 square feet of meeting and event space, The Hotel at Oberlin will offer the largest conference venue in Lorain County, while having the floor plan flexibility to comfortably accommodate your smaller event or group.
A primary Conference and Event Room features 3,800 square feet of state-of-the art space with large windows and high ceilings creating the ideal venue for both meetings and social engagements. The room is divisible into five separate sections for break-out or intimate gatherings.
The Event Room is supported by 1,300 square feet of Pre-Function and Terrace space overlooking Tappan Square. A second 850 square feet Meeting Room is ideal for executive retreats and small business meetings.
Built to incorporate renewable energy systems and other innovative technologies, The Hotel at Oberlin is designed to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Platinum Rating, making it one of the most environmentally sustainable hotel projects in the US.
The property will anchor the Peter B. Lewis Gateway Center, the cornerstone of Oberlin’s Green Arts District, an ongoing development conceived by the City and College to transform Oberlin into a model for environmentally aware economic development based on education and the arts.
Using locally sourced materials and thoughtful, provocative design, The Hotel at Oberlin is a celebration of the community’s rich history and progressive vision toward the future.
Dining & Sustainability
The restaurant’s private dining room, accommodating 16, can also be reserved by small groups and parties looking to combine business and pleasure or break-out for meals away from meeting activity.
The Hotel’s commitment to sustainability is reflected in all aspects of the space, from material selection and construction to menu design and service execution.
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