|By Marketwired .||
|April 29, 2013 05:13 PM EDT||
OXNARD, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/29/13 -- Soft sun, a light breeze, clear skies; spring is the perfect time for tennis. And with the new lighted courts at the Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge, this was the perfect extended-stay hotel to host part of the 113th annual Ojai Tennis Tournament.
From April 23 to 28, 2013, the area around this hotel in Oxnard hosted more than 1,500 players as they competed on 112 courts in Ojai Valley.
On April 25th and 26th, this resort like hotel that is adjacent to the River Ridge Golf Course had the honor of hosting the Community College Men's Singles and Doubles at its River Ridge Tennis Center, featuring five new lighted courts.
Whether guests were here to play in or watch the tournament, the Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge offered amenities to keep them active including a fitness center, two outdoor heated pools, a Sport Court® and the River Ridge Golf Course next door. When it was time to unwind, guests could soak in one of three hot tubs or retire to a spacious guest suite, where they could put together a quick, healthy meal in a fully equipped kitchen, catch up on email with complimentary Wi-Fi or see what was showing on the 32-inch LCD TV.
During the Ojai Tennis Tournament, the Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge offered great rates, which included the hotel's complimentary daily breakfast, parking and Wi-Fi. Currently, Studio suites start at just $125, and a penthouse suite starts as low as $149 a night.
About the Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge
At the Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge, extended-stay suites are made to accommodate guests for as short as a long weekend to as long as several months, with amenities suited for productivity and relaxation. Centrally located between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, this Ventura County hotel features a picturesque setting with manicured grounds, conveniences such as grocery-shopping service, amenities including five new lighted tennis courts and event spaces that top off at 12,000 square feet. This Oxnard hotel's accommodations are laid out just like home, with dedicated areas for living, sleeping, dining and working. Amenities include a desk with ergonomic chair, fireplace, sofa, dining table for two, complimentary Wi-Fi, plush bed, 32-inch LCD TV and a kitchen equipped with a fridge and microwave. Guests can create meals in the comfort of their room or enjoy a complimentary breakfast and evening social hour at the Clubhouse, which overlooks the 13th fairway at neighboring River Ridge Golf Course. Staying active is easy with a fitness center, two outdoor heated pools, a Sport Court® and hiking/biking trails. Get tips on top tourist attractions at the California Welcome Center, just a mile away, or head out to the nearby Camarillo Premium Outlets and Channel Islands National Park.
Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge: 2101 West Vineyard Ave., Oxnard, CA 93036 USA; 805-278-2200
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Residence Inn Oxnard River Ridge
2101 West Vineyard Ave.
Oxnard, CA 93036 USA
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