"Perfect solution to expensive San Francisco hotels"
This is a lovey European style hotel in downtown Berkeley. One block to BART. Saved hundreds of dollars per day over SF hotels. $7 BART and cable car ride and you are at Fisherman's Wharf and Embarcadero. Friendly staff, comfy lobby lounge and restaurant. Rooms small but totally modern and spotless. University a block away. Steps from cafés, great ethnic food, and colorful Berkeley culture.
Located in Historic Berkeley, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Magnes Collection of Jewish Art & Life, University of …More
It was our second time we stay here,we loved it Breakfast delicious, super comfortable bedrooms, I felt at home,
We did not have too much contact with customer service? We book online and were busy with our schedule but the service was very hood
Situated in the historical district, this inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of Chabad of the East Bay, Berkeley Art Museum and …More
While not located in the greatest part of Berkeley, and not the most convenient to the CAL campus, our stay was perfectly fine. Clean and comfortable room. Parking. Better than expected free breakfast. Easy. Hassle-free. Pleasant.
Traveller from Santa Monica
Located in the heart of Berkeley, this hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Berkeley Repertory Theater and within 3 mi (5 km) of …More
The staff was very friendly and efficient. The location was convenient ( close to Whole Foods, Walgreens and many restaurants. The appointments in the room were cute for the price point. My only complaint was there needed to be more detailed cleaning ( smears on the walls and cigerette burns marks in the comforter. I will stay there again though.
Traveller from Berkeley
This Berkeley motel is 0.8 mile from a BART station, 2 miles from the UC Berkeley campus, and about 2.5 miles from Memorial …More
The city’s radical spirit has endured at least on Telegraph Avenue by the UC Berkeley campus. Upscale shops have moved into the once industrial Fourth Street district. Foodies flock to the Gourmet Ghetto, which began in the 1970s with Chez Panisse. Berkeley Hills’ residents enjoy bay views and access to Tilden Park’s 2,000 acres. Visitors to the marina can stroll on the pier and explore the parks.