The Hotel at Oberlin
The Hotel at Oberlin is the newest building in downtown Oberlin. Situated at the intersection of Main and College Streets, it offers 70 guest rooms and suites, the 1833 restaurant, and a 6,500-square-foot conference room and meeting space that overlooks the city’s picturesque Tappan Square.
The hotel anchors the Peter B. Lewis Gateway Center, which is part of Oberlin’s Green Arts District. It is an ongoing development and partnership between the city and college to transform the community into a model of environmental and economic development based on education and the arts. It replaced the Oberlin Inn, which had been a part of the community since the founding of Oberlin College in 1833.
Oberlin also is home to a number of other facilities to meet your short- and long-term lodging needs—from locally owned bed and breakfasts and cottage-style housing run by nonprofits, to recognizable hotel and motel chains that are a modest distance from town. Please note:
- Accommodations are listed by proximity to the Hotel at Oberlin.
- This list is provided as a service, is not exhaustive, and does not constitute a recommendation by Oberlin College.
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