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2315 Durant Avenue , Berkeley, CA 94704, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.1/10! (score from 272 reviews)
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Indoor Pool (all year)
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 20 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Hair/Beauty Salon
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children or adults are charged USD 10 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
Based on 272 reviews
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Located in Berkeley, California, this completely non-smoking hotel offers a full-service spa. The hotel features 2 lap pools and tennis courts. On-site dining is offered at Meritage at the Claremont.
Score from 130 reviews Very good
This all-suite Corte Madera hotel features an outdoor, saltwater pool and 10-person whirlpool, and suites with a 42-inch flat-screen TV. The Golden Gate Bridge is a 15-minute drive away.
Score from 295 reviews Very good
Located at the Berkeley Marina, overlooking the San Francisco Bay, this hotel and conference center in California offers free shuttle service to the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) public transportation...
Score from 271 reviews Good
Only 2 blocks from the University of California - Berkeley campus, this San Francisco Bay area hotel offers comfortable guestrooms with modern amenities and on-site dining options.
Score from 122 reviews Very good
Loved the sense of history and charm of yesterday found in the rooms. We would return. Note that the swimming pool bathroom is coed
Excellent location - walking distance to UC Berkeley . Friendly helpful staff . Included breakfast was a plus .
Nothing really .
View of SF Berkeley is a nice own Short drive into SF
Room is Filthy Beds are old, squeaks and creaks. Looked like clean sheets. Rugs are dirty Pool - access by signing up for a time slot only. Can't just go like in a normal hotel. Breakfast - I guess its a plus if you cereal and bagels. But its weak. Got luggage, prepare to walk it up the first flight of stairs into the front door. No easy side access door. Got a car? Well, time to walk down the street to the front entrance. Lame. I just wouldn't recommend this place to anyone.
Good place to stay. Convenient location for campus and downtown activities. Comfortable room. No view for us. Gorgeous historic building. Staff lovely.
Loved the architecture, public spaces, tea and coffee round the clock, free breakfast, beautiful courtyard.
Only negative we experienced was one male staff member who had us wait over 10 minutes for the Internet password while he talked on the phone to a potential guest. I asked several times, and he continued to waive me off. Certainly current guests should be as important as a potential one. Needs some training in guest relations!
Julia Morgan, the first female architect, in California, designed this historical manor. The facility is close to public transportation and offers a visit to this historic building. Bring your bathing suit to take swim in the gorgeous pool.
Some of the side patio rooms are dated.
old, smelly carpets and curtains staff seemed bother to be asked, or too tired to reply to you
I request two single beds and they offer one small room with one bed the rooms were very small and the shower was not comfortable and the water was very cold . No luggage service. something strange in that place we could not stay for more than one night.
Bedding and towels were beautiful. Continental breakfast served in an elegant dining room and plentiful with good coffee
Wifi wasn't powerful enough to hold connection. Parking fee
Interesting hotel Historic nature and story Great value Great location Experience of 40 years ago
Breakfast was so-so
Has parking lot next door, I could see the car from the room window.
The hotel is really old, and not in a stylish way. E.g., the room door is old-style flimsy that doesn't fit right in the frame, so any vibration in the building causes the door to rattle. The bathroom is cold. The nightstands are small and power outlets are far. I don't mind old hotels, I've been in some pretty old-and-nice ones, but this one is just old.
Beautiful historic building
thin walls, noisy party
Bookings.com website is slow
love the building, restaurant, pool, lobby, patio, ballroom, etc, etc. feels like you're traveling back in time to a classic age. magical place. staff was very kind and considerate.
room was very small. bed also rather small (double?). although not having a tv is in keeping with the vibe/ambience, it would be good to let people know there are no in-room tv's. but, even considering these above comments, want to be clear i thoroughly enjoyed the BCC Hotel
Loved the location relative to downtown Berkeley and BART access. The hotel is beautiful to walk around and look at. The pool is awesome. For the price, this hotel was sufficient.
I did not like that the rooms (or, my room) did not have TV or a mini-fridge - especially for people who may be staying longer than a day or two. In addition, for business travelers, the hotel did not have very good WiFi. I had to spend most of my time off premise in order to do any telecommuting.
hotel style (college club, British style) and helpful stuff Restaurant serves really good food
bed (very small with very soft mattress) Parking is not free - bit of a weird choice in the US where people take the car even to visit the house next door
Beautiful decor and furnishings and excellent food in restaurant . Location superb for Bart transport restaurants and university
Antiseptic smell in corridors
Loved the rooms -- simple and old-fashioned (in a good way). Events planner and all wait & cleaning staff were exceptionally competent, pleasant, and helpful. The restaurant staff was particularly accommodating.
Office staff attitude came across as provincial, sarcastic. We received incomplete answers to common questions (wi-fi availability, local restaurant locations).
The architecture and ambiance of the hotel are really remarkable. Pool and gardens add to an amazing building of living history
My husband missed the TV in the room
many things 1 very expensive not worth it 2 lack of creativity to use an historical site into a great boutique hotel with all the amenities 3 no tv 4 no fitness 5 rest and bar close early 6 no parking garantee 7 no ramp for luggage 8 very bad internet very poor no routers to improve signal 9 it is combined with a club member which makes guest a second class feeling
Location, the pool, parking, quiet, history, architecture, the nice breakfast room.
Some noise from the U at night but its to be expected
Location. Great courteous staff.
Loud sound. Had to close all the windows but then it was hot.
the desk is too old
The building was erected for the Berkeley City Women’s Club by the Californian star architect Julia Morgan in 1929 and is now rated among the historical landmarks of American architecture. It provides wonderful halls and hallways as well as an amazing patio and a unique indoor swimming pool. It is quite conveniently located between the city center and the campus of UC Berkeley (a 10 minutes’ walk to the BART station, less than five minutes to the Sather Gate entrance of the campus). The complimentary (continental) breakfast was also a nice surprise.
The historical flavor, however, is, to some extent, at the cost of comfort: my room was full of character, but the furniture was most museum-like. The radiator (which started to get hot in the middle of the night and could not be turned off) produced a hellish noise, as did the water pipes of the adjacent rooms and the historical elevator. All in all, a great experience, amazing architecture. However, the next time I will probably settle for something less charming and more on the convenient side.
Beautiful historic building, good breakfast, close to campus, nice area to work by garden and coffee station
The room was a bit hot, and WIFI didn't work in the room
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