Oakland, California Area Guide

Hotels near Oakland Coliseum might be popular for the convenient location, however, Comfort Inn and Suites Oakland Airport offers so much more. Our hotel offers impeccable service, a name you can trust, and upgraded amenities, including a free guest shuttle service to and from the Oakland Airport. 

Things to Do

Near our Oakland Airport Hotel

There’s a lot to do while visiting the area, and Comfort Inn & Suites Oakland Airport Hotel offers easy access to all the top attractions, including popular concerts, events, and sport matches. Or, take a family trip to the Oakland Zoo and Oakland Aviation Museum located nearby.

Oakland Coliseum | 1.5 miles

The famous Oakland Coliseum complex houses the Oakland Athletics of MLB and Oakland Raiders of NFL. We are one of the closest hotels near the Oakland Coliseum and a great place to stay if you are in town for non-sports activities as well.

Oracle Arena | 1 mile

Home to the 2015 NBA Championship winners, the Golden State Warriors, the Oracle Arena is the oldest NBA stadium in the United States! Guests of our hotel enjoy the luxury of a short, 1 mile walk to the stadium right next to the San Leandro Bay.

Oakland Zoo | 3.8 miles

Our local zoo boasts almost 700 native and exotic animals kept in mostly “natural” habitats. Don’t miss the excellent elephant exhibit or animals that can be seen from above by a “ride in the sky”.

Jack London Square | 6.7 miles

Few visitors to Oakland leave without seeing the historic, retail and office venues that make up Jack London Square. Besides shopping and dining, you can also see a recreated cabin of noted author, Jack London, who resided in the Klondike. Or, take a seat at Heinold’s Saloon, built from a whaling ship’s remains in 1883, and where Mr. London revised his most famous works, including “Call of the Wild” and “Sea Wolf”. 

Lake Merritt | 6.9 miles

What do the numbers 126 and 3400 mean to you? That’s the number of lampposts and bulbs you can see in the necklace of lights that encircle Lake Merritt. Lake Merritt became the first official wildlife refuge in the United States in 1870. Today, visitors can enjoy a ride in a gondola, fresh produce at one of its farmers’ markets, or simply view the largest urban (3.4 miles around) fresh water-sea lake.

USS Potomac | 7.3 miles

History buffs, party planners, and cruisers can sail on a National Historic Landmark on San Francisco Bay when they step aboard the USS Potomac. The Potomac, FDR’s yacht, is one of only three remaining presidential yachts.

Chabot Space and Science | 9.3 miles

Adventures await at this Smithsonian-affiliate space and science center. The museum is home to Leah, the site’s original and oldest refractor telescope, and Rachel, the largest refractor telescope open to the public this side of the Mississippi. Come and enjoy digital-dome planetarium shows, giant screen MegaDome shows, and interactive exhibitions about our Universe.  

Chinatown | 17.4 miles

Dating back to the 1850s, Oakland’s Chinatown is one of the oldest in North America. You won’t be disappointed with the vibrant Asian shopping, dining, or cultural events. You can also view the homes of famous residents such as Bruce Lee and Amy Tan.