- Column 1
- Column 2
- Column 3
- Column 4
- By Venue Type
The Marcum Hotel & Conference Center
500 Maple St.
Oxford, Ohio 45056
500 Maple St.
Oxford, Ohio 45056
The Marcum Hotel & Conference Center
- Event Spaces
- Area Attractions
Experience enhanced tradition at The Marcum Hotel & Conference Center at Miami University. Renovated in June 2012, The Marcum has expanded its hotel and event spaces with a focus on sustainability. Located on the beautiful campus of Miami University in the rolling hills of southwestern Ohio, we represent a unique venue for your upcoming event!
With executive level amenities, outstanding customer service, premier food service and value package pricing, The Marcum is the perfect venue for:
- Off-site Retreats
- Social events
The Marcum Hotel & Conference Center provides a perfect location for wedding receptions, and can accommodate up to 175 people. Our banquet rooms are beautifully decorated, and provide an elegant and memorable setting for your very special event.
The Marcum Hotel & Conference Center offers a unique learning environment– full of amenities and free of distractions. With over 13,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, we can accommodate groups up to 275.
Located on a quiet corner of Miami’s campus, visitors enjoy our 55 elegant guest rooms and the individual attention from our friendly and knowledgeable staff. The Marcum is situated next to the Formal Gardens.
Nearby Cities & Number of Miles:
Cincinnati/Dayton - 40
Columbus - 100
Indianapolis - 100
Columbus - 100
Indianapolis - 100
Nearest Airport/ Number of Minutes:
Cincinnati (CVG) / 55
Public Transportation Options:
The Marcum facilities are typically available 12 months per year.
Number of Meeting & Event Rooms:
Largest Classroom Style:
Largest Theatre Style:
Number of Overnight Guests:
Wireless internet access in meeting and guest rooms. 42" flat screen TVs with media hubs in guest rooms, ceiling mounted projectors and screens in event spaces. On site audio visual equipment.
Onsite Wireless Internet:
Onsite A/V Staff:
Food & Beverage:
Executive chef and catering staff. Exceptional service, presentation and value. Chef-inspired menu items utilizing local food options whenever possible.
Complete Meeting Package:
Ropes Course / Team Building:
Special Rates and Packages:
Day Meeting Package Price quote is based on event details as discussed. Day Package Plan: •One General Session Room •Break-Out Rooms •Lunch •Chef Inspired Morning and Afternoon Snack Breaks •All Day Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Tea, Juices, and Soft Drinks •Audio-Visual Equipment and Meeting Supplies •Post-It flipchart paper & markers •LCD Ceiling Mounted Projectors •Microphone (lapel or handheld •Conference Phone •Simulcast •Additional Items Available Upon Request •Free local, 800 number, and credit card phone calls •Complimentary Wireless Internet (100 Mb) •Complimentary On-Site Parking Conference Package Plan: • Supreme Guest Room • One General Session Room • All Break-Out Rooms • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner • Chef Inspired Morning and Afternoon Snack Breaks • All Day Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Tea, Juices, and Soft Drinks • Audio-Visual Equipment and Meeting Supplies • Post-It flipchart paper & markers • LCD Ceiling Mounted Projectors • Microphone (lapel or handheld) • Conference Phone • Simulcast • Additional Items Available Upon Request • Free local, 800 number, and credit card phone calls • Complimentary Wireless Internet (100 Mb) • Complimentary On-Site Parking For more information about out Team Building Programs: http://www.rec.miamioh.edu/facilities/ropes_course.html
Ideal for groups of 150 or less for multi-day meetings.
Ideally suited for:
Corporate Social Events
Outdoor Event Space
Outdoor Event Space
|Meeting Room||Descriptions||Square Footage|
|Room 108/110||A flat surfaced conference room divisible into two spaces with a portable wall provides great flexibility and function. Large windows, ceiling mounted projectors and screens and ample open space make it flexible for social or meeting events.||1680|
|Room 112||Mixture of soft furniture and moveable tables and chairs, bar, sound system and large TV provide casual setting for pre- and post-dinner receptions and small dinners. Can be reserved for private events and is used for many of The Marcum promotional events.||1040|
|Room 124/126||When The Marcum was built, two spaces were to be specifically dedicated to one educator and to one military representative: Robert Sinclair, a Miami graduate and professor of 30+ years; and General Hull, a 1917 Miami alum involved in three wars are honored. - Medals, awards, honors, and memorabilia are on display from ceiling to floor - Perfect for small intimate dinners or closed interviews||360|
|Rooms 154-158||Updated wall coverings, ceiling mounted projectors and screens for large event space usage. Two spaces are created with a portable wall for smaller events. Highly functional space for social events and meetings||2457|
|Rooms 180-184-186||Our largest combined space is perfect for large meetings, lectures, banquets and receptions. Three spaces are created with portable walls for small break-outs, making the space highly functional for a variety of uses. Ceiling mounted projectors and screens available in each divided space.||2560|
The Marcum Hotel & Conference Center - Miami Catering
Let us cater to your planning and event needs!
As the sole provider of catering services at Miami University, we have the experience and knowledge to handle planning your event from large-scale gatherings to intimate dinners. Our award winning chefs trained at some of the finest culinary schools in the world and have designed menu options sure to dazzle! We offer full-service catering and drop-off catering services that can meet your event needs. Whether your event needs full service, or simply drop-off service, we have a menu for you!
Best Unique & Locally-Sourced Food:
Miami Catering’s award-winning cuisine provides customers with exclusive, organic, and fresh produce from the university-owned 35-acre farm, located right outside campus. The farm capitalizes on Miami’s rural setting and land assets, provides a space for hands-on learning and research, while enhancing the university’s commitment to providing a sustainable food source for students and catering customers.
Miami grows several ingredients including lettuce, herbs, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, and fruits, while beef and chicken are supplied by nearby farms. Miami Catering prides itself on providing fresh food products that support inner community while strengthening its students, administration, and customers. Rather than outsourcing for all products like many other catering companies, Miami Catering continues to be the superior source for local and organic food, proven by our returning satisfied customers.
FOR FULL MENUS VISIT:
>>> menu (PDF)
DiningWe will design a variety of dining experiences just for your group - whether it is a grill-out or casual lunch in the Courtyard, a picnic at the Gazebo, or a formal dinner or wedding reception in our beautiful facility. All of our 13,000 square feet of space can be converted to accommodate your event. Come dine with us and make some memories of your own!
Visit www.MiamiOH.edu/Catering to view full menus and options.
Contact a Catering Planner:
GazeboThe park like setting of the Gazebo is the perfect setting for a retreat lunch or evening welcome reception. It is especially picturesque in the fall and spring.
Continental BreakfastLocal seasonal fruits, house-baked pastries and muffins, make-your-own waffles, chef's choice of quiche and a healthy selection of cereals and oatmeal with accompaniments are complimentary for a night's stay.
|Business Center||A fully staffed business center providing support and administrative services.|
|Conference or Event Planning||Talk to a Planner:
Miami University’s Office of Conference and Event Services is your one-stop source for securing campus facilities and the services needed to deliver something worthy of your guests! Our planning staff has a collective century of experience designing and executing top notch events. Allow us to suggest the best event space, most comfortable accommodations, delicious dining options and unique recreational opportunities to create effective yet affordable events and conferences.
|Conference Services||A Team of Professional Conference Coordinators available to coordinate every aspect of your meeting or event.
Visit: www.miamioh.edu/ConferenceAndEventServices for more information!
|Group Opportunities And Leadership||The service-oriented and flexible staff at the Recreational Sports Center offer the G.O.A.L. Program (Group Opportunities And Leadership) in which they individually design activities and scenarios to promote communication, trust, teamwork, risk-taking and leadership through the use of the campus's 18-element low ropes course. The trained facilitators can custom design other experiential activities to meet the specific needs of your group as well.|
|Recreational Sports Center||Complimentary day passes and group activities are available at our impressive 159,000 sq. ft. Recreational Sports Center on campus, which is open seven days a week and offers: Low and High Ropes Courses Olympic-size pool Indoor running track Fitness Center 40 ft indoor climbing wall|
|Golf||Two professional golf courses are minutes away, including the one at Hueston Woods State Park. The Park also offers hiking, biking, horseback riding, sailing.|
|Kumler Chapel | Weddings at Miami University||Kumler Chapel
Located on the Western campus, Kumler Chapel is a very popular chapel for weddings. A beautiful Roman-esque church built of stone with a warm wood interior and stunning arches, it has a wonderful array of stained glass windows.
Features: seats 235, aisle is 87', air conditioned, state-of-the-art sound system, piano available, small table with lectern for guest book, table in altar area for Unity candle, candles allowed only on the altar and in no-drip holders (customers must provide candelabras and candles).
Visit www.MiamiOH.edu/Weddings for photos and more information!
|Wedding Chapel||The Sesquicentennial Chapel is centrally located on the Miami University campus. It seats 218 people. This chapel was completely redecorated in 2008.|
|Software||MS Windows XP LANDesk Client Manager Software v6.1 MS Office 2007 Adobe Reader FireFox (web browser) IE (web browser) Netscape (web browser) Quicktime Host Explorer (SSH/Telnet Client) WS_FTP95 (FTP Client) DARS (Degree Audit Reporting Software)|
|Portable A/V equipment available||Panasonic ceiling-mounted data projectors in 7 conference rooms 2 portable Sharp Projectors that support up to 1024X768 resolution Wireless Microphones (lavaliere and hand-held styles) Arrangements for laptop and/or other computer equipment may be made in advance. Ask our Conference Coordinator for information and pricing details. Flipcharts stands with self-stick paper pads Overhead Projectors TV and VCR/DVD Combo Conference Speaker Phone|
|Internet connectivity||Each room is equipped with Telephone (Modem) and 10Mb or 100Mb Data (network/ethernet/RJ45) and Wireless connections Modems: ISP software is required for connections Dial 81 then the number for long distance connections Dial 88 then the number for local connections Speed: up to 56k Use the T1 port (RJ11/RJ12) for modem connections Ethernet: Configure your computer for DHCP Speed: 10/100 Use the D1 port (RJ45, the orange colored jack) for network connections Miami University has an on-line Knowledge Base that can also be used for computer trouble-shooting.|
|Tech Support||Our Conference Staff has knowledge of basic troubleshooting for audiovisual set-ups/questions. Arrangements for a support technician may be requested at least 2 weeks prior to the conference. (Additional charge will apply)|
|William Holmes McGuffey Museum||The second oldest building on Miami's campus, this national historic landmark is the former home of William Holmes McGuffey, former Miami professor and author of the McGuffey Eclectic Reader series.|
|Jungle Jim's International Market (Fairfield)||Jungle Jim's International Market is described as a theme park for foodies.|
|Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum (Hamilton)||Located in Southwestern Ohio, overlooking the Great Miami River, Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is a 265 acre sculpture park and outdoor museum combining the lure of nature with the dynamic presence of monumental art.|
|Waynesville, Ohio,||Older than the state of Ohio, the village of Waynesville offers a fascinating combination of history and culture as it developed in southwestern Ohio. This "Antiques Capital of the Midwest s" is a microcosm of our American heritage with its dreams and accomplishments.|
|Metamora, Ind., 1838 canal town||Enjoy a leisurely horse drawn buggy ride, feed the ducks, shop in the unique specialty stores and enjoy the experience of a day out in the distinctive town of Metamora.|
|Hueston Woods State Park (Oxford)||Hueston Woods State Park, located in Butler and Preble counties, is nearly 3,000 acres of natural resources for outdoor recreation, such as hiking, fishing, canoeing, and unique to this region -- fossil hunting.|
|Perfect North Slopes, Ind.||Perfect North Slopes Ski Area is located in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, with 22 ski trails, served by 11 lifts.|
|National Museum of the United States Air Force (Fairborn)||The NMUSAF is the world's largest and oldest military aviation museum with more than 400 aircraft and missiles on display, most of them indoors. Admission is free.|
|Paramount's Kings Island (Mason)||364-acre theme and water park featuring more than 80 world-class rides, shows and attractions including 14 roller coasters, and a 15-acres Australian-themed water park.|
|Arc of Appalachia Wilderness: Highlands Nature Sanctuary||Approximately two hours from Oxford, Arc of Appalachia region, a 90-mile crescent of land lying along the western Appalachian Front, bordered on the east by the great Scioto River, and on the south by the Ohio River.|
"I want to commend the entire Marcum staff for making our high school Teacher Academy an overwhelming success. All members of the staff, media personnel, coordinators, dining service were all so warm, friendly, and inviting. They helped us with a number of glitches that we caused, always very quickly and with most pleasant attitudes. They are all the best."
Ray T. of Miami University
"We had a tremendous conference that would not have been as successful without the hard work from you all at Miami. Your attention to detail was tremendous and I know that our staff appreciated the responsiveness of everyone throughout the weekend.
To give you a perspective on the success of the conference, let me share with you one number. The first question on our evaluations is “What is your overall rating of the Emerging Leaders Institute?” with 5 being Excellent and 1 being Very Poor. In 2008, that average score was 4.54, in 2009, 4.55, and in 2010, 4.68. That says a lot about everyone who was involved!"
Steve of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity
"I just wanted you to know what a wonderful evening we had celebrating the wedding of our son and new daughter-in-law. I also wanted the Marcum Center staff to know what a wonderful job they did with preparing the room, presenting the wonderful meal, and serving the guests with style. I really think the Marcum Center is a area facility that most people do not know about, kind of one of those best kept secrets. I know our guests were surprised with how truly elegant the facility was and I am sure will spread the work about what you have to offer."
"Everything was beautiful, the service was great and the food was very delicious. We
had an amazing time and were very impressed with Miami University."
Judy & Jim T.
"Thank you for making our 50th Anniversary a memorable occasion. The Marcum staff was especially congenial and we received many complimentary remarks from our guests."
Jim & Teresa
- Incredible renovation! One of the nicest rooms I've ever stayed in - and I stay in hotels for a living!