Had a really nice stay here. You can't beat the location immediately next to campus, and the hotel staff was really helpful and friendly. The room was comfortable, clean, and had an unbeatable view of the Camponile but a little bit cramped.
The room had some tech. issues: the phone didn't work, the remote barely worked, and the window wouldn't stay open. But all of these were rather minor inconveniences. For the most part the hotel was exactly what we needed, the only thing that I got hung up on was how expensive the parking was.
Traveller from Costa Mesa
This Berkeley boutique hotel is 1 block from the UC Berkeley campus and Telegraph Avenue, lined with shops and cafés …More
Nice area right next to Jack London square. The ferry to San Francisco departs from this area too. Good restaurants are close at hand.
The hotel itself is clean, warm and inviting. The room was neat, clean, and fresh. The windows must have been double or even triple pained because despite it being close to the Oakland train station, which is very busy, I really didn't hear the trains all that much Even though they have to sound their horns as they enter the station. And our room faced in the direction of the tracks.
Would definitely stay there again.
Situated in Oakland, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Jack London Square and Oakland Museum of California. African …More
"Great hotel for park and fly from Oakland Airport"
Very friendly staff. It's an older property with exterior entrance rooms, but the rooms have been updated with comfortable beds and flat screen TVs. Shuttle service to and from the airport was timely and good. I noticed that the other people in our shuttle were all airline employees, who obviously stay at this hotel frequently which is a good sign that it's a quality place to stay.
Situated in Oakland, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum and 1 mi (1.6 km) from Oracle Arena …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.