Bend Hotelier Expands, Opening Newest Property


(Oxford Suites Sonoma County – Rohnert Park | Photo Courtesy of Oxford Hotel Group)

Oxford Suites Sonoma County — Rohnert Park

Family-owned, Bend-based hotelier, Oxford Corporate, announces the opening of the brand new Oxford Suites Sonoma County – Rohnert Park in the heart of California’s wine country. The property, situated in Rohnert Park, California, welcomes business and leisure travelers alike.
Completed in August 2017, the Oxford Suites Sonoma County – Rohnert Park is the newest member of the Oxford Corporate family, a collection of 17 hotels throughout California, Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
The five-story hotel features 163 spacious non-smoking suites, specially designed extended stay and pet-friendly rooms. Property highlights include an on-site restaurant and lounge, a fitness center, electric vehicle chargers, an outdoor cabana, pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room, and five unique indoor and outdoor meeting spaces totaling nearly 7,000 square feet. Event facilities accommodate up to 250 people.
“Our properties are located in diverse areas, each featuring a design that is reflective of the local community. In Sonoma County, our design team has created an ambiance that captures the area’s virtues, all while keeping guest comfort and convenience at the forefront of every decision,” says President & CEO Curt Baney of Oxford Corporate. “We are thrilled to share this property and our Spirit of Oxford Hospitality with guests visiting Sonoma County.”
Preserving the environment is a corporate value for Oxford Corporate, and sustainability efforts are implemented throughout the entire property. The Oxford Suites Sonoma County – Rohnert Park utilizes LED lighting, a saline-based swimming pool and spa maintained with natural minerals, bulk amenities, high-efficiency appliances, tankless water coolers, automatic light sensors throughout the hotel and a Lotus sanitizing system utilizing on-demand stabilized aqueous ozone.


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