Tough to review as the hotel is under construction so there were no amenities to use and the
They are using a temporary front desk space. The staff were super nice, room was very small but clean. Some of the rooms have already been remodeled, as was mine, but think they might need to some finishing touches. There were a a tangle of wires off the TV going down the wall, just not that pretty. Will try again when it is all complete.
Traveller from Costa Mesa, CA
This Berkeley boutique hotel is 1 block from the UC Berkeley campus and Telegraph Avenue, lined with shops and cafés …More
I was looking for a cheap place to stay in Berkeley that was convenient to the bus and Bart lines, and the Marina Inn was perfect. 51b stops right outside to go to downtown Berkeley, plus it is just a short walk down for the marina or the North Berkeley Bart station. Very clean and comfortable room, with hard wood floors and big screen tv. I was very happy with my choice.
Situated in Berkeley, this motel is 1.2 mi (2 km) from Berkeley Marina and within 3 mi (5 km) of University of California - …More
EASY BOOKING WITH EXPEDIA, CHECK IN AND OUT was effortless--CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE--WiFi AND lots of Television channels, Good cable..Big walk in shower, CLEAN and lush towels AND very COMFORTABLE mattress. I do not think that there was an elevator but one set of stairs with my luggage was not to much hassle.
The hotel is not pet friendly -- I have to have my service dog with me at all times--could have been a problem--probably should be more upfront with pet policy!
Situated near the airport, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of University of California - Berkeley, Greek Theater, and …More
I love staying at the Berkeley City Club in the beautiful surroundings designed by architect Julia Morgan (also responsible for the Hearst Castle). While some of the rooms are definitely on the "extremely cozy" side, I like it's gracious Old School (literally with many professorial types wandering about within its confines) Hotel atmosphere, While it used to be much more of a deal, guess that's just a sign of the times with it being so conveniently located to the university, restaurants and several entertainment options, as well as a short walk to the area BART station, making San Francisco easily accessible as well.
Traveller from New York City
Situated in Berkeley, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of People's Park and Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific …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.