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8.2

(309 reviews)

Berkeley City Club Hotel

From$243
Minimum rate per night

8.2

(309 reviews)
2315 Durant Avenue , Berkeley (California), CA 94704, US
From$243
Minimum rate per night

Pet Friendly

Indoor swimming pool

Free wifi

Non-smoking rooms

Bar

Fitness center

Elevator

Business center

Welcome to the Berkeley City Club Hotel, a stylish 4-star hotel located at 2315 Durant Avenue, just 1 kilometer from the city center of Berkeley, California. This historic hotel offers a unique blend of elegance and charm, perfect for travelers seeking a memorable stay. With 309 reviews from satisfied guests, you can trust that your stay at this hotel will be nothing short of exceptional.

The Berkeley City Club Hotel offers a range of amenities to enhance your stay. Start your day off right with a delicious complimentary breakfast before exploring the vibrant city of Berkeley. Take a dip in the hotel's indoor swimming pool, stay connected with free wifi, and enjoy a workout at the fitness center - all included with your stay. The hotel also features a bar, restaurant, terrace, and garden for you to unwind and relax.

With prices starting from just $243, the Berkeley City Club Hotel offers excellent value for its luxurious accommodations and top-notch amenities. Whether you're traveling for business or leisure, this pet-friendly hotel is the perfect choice for an enjoyable and comfortable stay in Berkeley. Book your stay now and experience the best of what this charming city has to offer.

After a day of exploring the vibrant city of Berkeley, you'll be delighted to relax and unwind in the hotel's indoor swimming pool. With its heated water and shallow end, the pool provides the perfect environment for a refreshing dip and a bit of relaxation. Please note that the pool is exclusively for adults, so you can enjoy a peaceful swim without any interruptions.

When it comes to dining options, look no further than Julia's Restaurant, located right on-site at the Berkeley City Club Hotel. Immerse yourself in the traditional ambiance and indulge in mouthwatering French cuisine. Whether you're in the mood for a romantic dinner or a delightful brunch, Julia's Restaurant offers a delectable menu that will surely satisfy your culinary desires.

At the Berkeley City Club Hotel, convenience is key, especially when it comes to payment options. Please note that the hotel does not accept cash. However, you can easily pay for your stay using Mastercard, Visa, or American Express. This hassle-free payment process ensures a smooth and seamless experience, allowing you to focus on enjoying your stay in Berkeley without any monetary concerns.

With elegant and well-appointed rooms, top-notch amenities, a charming atmosphere, and prices starting from just $243, the Berkeley City Club Hotel offers exceptional value for a luxurious stay in Berkeley. Whether you're traveling solo or with a loved one, this pet-friendly hotel provides the perfect combination of comfort and style. Don't miss out on the opportunity to experience the best of what this charming city has to offer. Book your stay at the Berkeley City Club Hotel now and prepare for an unforgettable journey.

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Closest airports

Oakland International Airport

9.7mi

San Francisco International Airport

18.3mi

Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport

39.5mi

Sonoma County Airport

53.5mi

Stockton Metropolitan Airport

55.9mi

Most popular amenities

Pet Friendly

Indoor swimming pool

Free wifi

Non-smoking rooms

Bar

Fitness center

Elevator

Business center

Restaurant

Terrace

Garden

Bathtub

Free toiletries

Private Bathroom

Rooms

Guest reviews

8.2

(309 reviews)
From$243
Minimum rate per night

Categories of assessments

Cleanliness

8.6

Comfort

8.5

Location

9.4

Facilities

8.2

Staff

8.8

Value for money

7.7

Wifi quality

8.2

Breakfast

7.8

Featured reviews:

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Courtney

10

May 2023

everything about this place was dreamy and enchanting. Bonus points if you are a fan of history and architecture. The Pool was gorgeous, perfect temperature and so relazing. The breakfast (included) was also one of the best I have ever had at a hotel in the US in awhile, with an entire spread of gluten free options. The staff was friendly, helpful, and warm and made us feel like family. The area was also great being so close to the UC Berkely campus. one of my favorite stays in the last 3 years by far! I will def be returnign.

no complaints but the rooms were small and a queen size bed seems to be the biggest option. which makes sense considering when and for what it was originally built. Something to consider if you're the kind of person that needs a lot of space.

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Karol

9.1

April 2023

The Berkeley City Club is a true treasure. Located very close to UC Berkeley - all restaurants and campus are within walking distance . Yet, once inside the hotel, you feel like you are in a beautiful retreat, far away from all of the activity close by. The building is a historical building, designed by Julia Morgan, and as such has many beautiful architectural features. For us, the style of the bedrooms was perfect- cozy, no televisions and the decor reminded us of a B&B. The breakfast included was fantastic and a special treat to have it served in the restaurant located on the 2nd floor. We will definitely stay here next time we are in Berkeley.

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June

10

December 2022

This historic Berkeley social club, now also a hotel, designed by Julia Morgan in 1929, could be a destination all by itself. Besides my own room, I enjoyed the multiple spacious common areas, both indoor and outdoor, for reading and relaxing. Each is unique and architecturally inspiring, a great place to hang out with friends or a good book. As a hotel it was very comfortable - bed and room very comfortable, nice continental breakfast and 24-hour coffee and tea. Windows can be opened for fresh air. Everything was immaculately clean. There is a fine restaurant and a bar/lounge that offers lighter fare. The location is a few blocks from UC Berkeley campus, about the same distance to BART and a wide variety of restaurants. The staff without exception were friendly, courteous and attentive.

To me it was perfect. Some unusual features include no TVs in the rooms, and that face masks are still expected.

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Sheila

9.1

February 2023

Breakfast was not just continental; it was amazing--gourmet food from their excellent farm to table restaurant. Hotel guests are given reservations I think, at least we got one for dinner on Thursday night. All of the food and the staff in the restaurant were terrific. The location is ideal for going to UC Berkeley--a short walk. The building is by a famous architect and is a historical monument so it's great to see. Also is a health club with a giant swimming pool and beautiful garden. Lovely view from our room. Very simple woom but comfortable.

People down the hall were making noise late at night and the person in the office said she was the only one there so she couldn't go upstairs. I was surprised there was no security guard who could tell them to be quiet. She called their room and they did get quiet immediately.

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Helen

8.2

June 2022

The other reviews are right in that the rooms are small and a little aged; our bed was the smallest I've ever encountered in an American hotel! That said, this is a unique and stunning building, and the communal areas are plentiful and beautiful. There's also a lot of activity happening - during our stay there were play rehearsals, music recitals and a tango night - so the place feels very alive, though peaceful and mostly quiet. The swimming pool is gorgeous. Unlike other reviewers, we found our shower to be plenty powerful and the wifi was good. Overall, I loved staying here.

The room was very very small and the dark beige colour scheme didn't help it at all. The breakfast is pretty sad, and the selection got worse each day. The restaurant and bar shut very early.

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Karen

9.1

October 2021

To use the pool, needed to purchase bathing cap. Great deal at $4. Parking was $29 per day - rather exorbitant.

Information about exceptional parking fees could have been provided before one confirms the booking. Not that anyone would likely cancel over the fees - but a 4 day stay would cost well over $100 in parking fees alone.

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James

9.1

April 2023

Amazing architecturally, the City Club oozes history and charm. Wonderful continental breakfast buffet. Comfortable room. Lovely bar and restaurant on the premises, as well as central garden area.

Our check-in was held up for two full hours waiting for housekeeping to ‘finish’ preparing our room. This means they had six hours to clean a relatively small room. We spent the time reading in the lobby area, but I’ve never experienced such a lengthy delay in my years of travel. We had an event to shower and prepare for, and made it just in time.

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Julia

9.1

October 2022

So much charm in every detail here. Room size and furnishings were consistent with the historical building. Mattress on the firm side. Continental breakfast was delightful and far and away better service and food than I've ever had anywhere else. Parking was reasonably priced and very convenient to the hotel. The hotel is beautiful and worth a visit to see for yourself. A true feast for the eyes and soul if you're interested in California history and architecture. One of the few places I've had to wear a mask indoors if that's something you're considering. We didn't try any of the other restaurants, unfortunately.

The only thing that might keep me from visiting again is the shower. The smaller tub is fine but the full-circle cloth shower curtain did not stay put and I found myself wrestling a bit with the shower curtain that kept blowing against me while trying to shower. Not ideal. Also not the biggest issue.

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Yvonne

10

September 2022

Our room located on the fourth floor was very quiet due to the layout of the rooms in proximity to the other rooms on our floor. Simple design and furnishings. Good ventilation. No TV but good Wi-Fi reception. There is an elevator to the upper floors to access the hotel rooms and to the dining room, etc. The continental breakfast served in the beautiful dining room was a notch above the usual fair with flawless, friendly service. This hotel is located on Durant, and for a fee includes an outdoor parking lot adjacent to the hotel. This is central Berkeley & just three blocks up from the commercial area along Shattuck Avenue, the Berkeley Arts District & a BART station also on Shattuck. It is just a few blocks away from the U.C. Berkeley campus as well as bustling Telegraph Avenue. We parked our car and walked everywhere. f The architectural design of this property was by Julia Morgan around 1927. It was originally the Women's City Club (and residence hotel) It is now an historic landmark. It is a stunningly beautiful building.! Along with the hotel rooms, it is also a club for members which features the dining room/restaurant, bar, lounge areas, a library/ grand piano, a restful outdoor patio complete with koi pond and tranquil fountain. There is a gorgeous indoor swimming pool which features four lanes for lap swimming, along with changing rooms, showers, lockers etc., The pool it should be noted is also used by members of the Berkeley City Club. Certain times of the day the number of swimmers is limited (lovely!) This pool is like the one she designed for Hearst Castle. There are several events areas including a ballroom. Everywhere there seem to be nooks and crannies to explore. The staff was efficient but also friendly and very helpful. Our only regret is that we did not stay longer and take advantage of all this property has to offer.

I am not really sure what could have been better. It was an amazing experience. Perhaps the "Queen" bed could have been slightly larger. It felt small for a Queen.

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Sara

9.1

September 2022

It was great to stay in a Julia Morgan designed building(s); loved the history and the exceptional care that is given the premises. Fantastic to have even the old elevators still operating! loved the historic information posted about in rooms and nooks about the building or the art collection; thought the staff was very approachable and helpful on all accounts. The continental breakfast had classy offerings in the pastry department. The inner courtyard garden was a magical place to while away an hour or so. ALSO Actually liked that there were very CLEAR preferences stated about mask wearing on the property-- I believe this is beneficial to all parties.

well, the old elevators make a lot of heavy grinding noises and if you are located in a -01 room you really hear/feel it. Thankfully most guests were not coming in after 10 p.m. so that regular noise subsided. Also, impossible to get on wi-fi (very weak in room 501) but our Tmobile connection made up for it.

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Courtney

10

May 2023

10

everything about this place was dreamy and enchanting. Bonus points if you are a fan of history and architecture. The Pool was gorgeous, perfect temperature and so relazing. The breakfast (included) was also one of the best I have ever had at a hotel in the US in awhile, with an entire spread of gluten free options. The staff was friendly, helpful, and warm and made us feel like family. The area was also great being so close to the UC Berkely campus. one of my favorite stays in the last 3 years by far! I will def be returnign.

no complaints but the rooms were small and a queen size bed seems to be the biggest option. which makes sense considering when and for what it was originally built. Something to consider if you're the kind of person that needs a lot of space.

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Karol

9.1

April 2023

9.1

The Berkeley City Club is a true treasure. Located very close to UC Berkeley - all restaurants and campus are within walking distance . Yet, once inside the hotel, you feel like you are in a beautiful retreat, far away from all of the activity close by. The building is a historical building, designed by Julia Morgan, and as such has many beautiful architectural features. For us, the style of the bedrooms was perfect- cozy, no televisions and the decor reminded us of a B&B. The breakfast included was fantastic and a special treat to have it served in the restaurant located on the 2nd floor. We will definitely stay here next time we are in Berkeley.

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June

10

December 2022

10

This historic Berkeley social club, now also a hotel, designed by Julia Morgan in 1929, could be a destination all by itself. Besides my own room, I enjoyed the multiple spacious common areas, both indoor and outdoor, for reading and relaxing. Each is unique and architecturally inspiring, a great place to hang out with friends or a good book. As a hotel it was very comfortable - bed and room very comfortable, nice continental breakfast and 24-hour coffee and tea. Windows can be opened for fresh air. Everything was immaculately clean. There is a fine restaurant and a bar/lounge that offers lighter fare. The location is a few blocks from UC Berkeley campus, about the same distance to BART and a wide variety of restaurants. The staff without exception were friendly, courteous and attentive.

To me it was perfect. Some unusual features include no TVs in the rooms, and that face masks are still expected.

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Sheila

9.1

February 2023

9.1

Breakfast was not just continental; it was amazing--gourmet food from their excellent farm to table restaurant. Hotel guests are given reservations I think, at least we got one for dinner on Thursday night. All of the food and the staff in the restaurant were terrific. The location is ideal for going to UC Berkeley--a short walk. The building is by a famous architect and is a historical monument so it's great to see. Also is a health club with a giant swimming pool and beautiful garden. Lovely view from our room. Very simple woom but comfortable.

People down the hall were making noise late at night and the person in the office said she was the only one there so she couldn't go upstairs. I was surprised there was no security guard who could tell them to be quiet. She called their room and they did get quiet immediately.

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Helen

8.2

June 2022

8.2

The other reviews are right in that the rooms are small and a little aged; our bed was the smallest I've ever encountered in an American hotel! That said, this is a unique and stunning building, and the communal areas are plentiful and beautiful. There's also a lot of activity happening - during our stay there were play rehearsals, music recitals and a tango night - so the place feels very alive, though peaceful and mostly quiet. The swimming pool is gorgeous. Unlike other reviewers, we found our shower to be plenty powerful and the wifi was good. Overall, I loved staying here.

The room was very very small and the dark beige colour scheme didn't help it at all. The breakfast is pretty sad, and the selection got worse each day. The restaurant and bar shut very early.

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Karen

9.1

October 2021

9.1

To use the pool, needed to purchase bathing cap. Great deal at $4. Parking was $29 per day - rather exorbitant.

Information about exceptional parking fees could have been provided before one confirms the booking. Not that anyone would likely cancel over the fees - but a 4 day stay would cost well over $100 in parking fees alone.

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James

9.1

April 2023

9.1

Amazing architecturally, the City Club oozes history and charm. Wonderful continental breakfast buffet. Comfortable room. Lovely bar and restaurant on the premises, as well as central garden area.

Our check-in was held up for two full hours waiting for housekeeping to ‘finish’ preparing our room. This means they had six hours to clean a relatively small room. We spent the time reading in the lobby area, but I’ve never experienced such a lengthy delay in my years of travel. We had an event to shower and prepare for, and made it just in time.

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Julia

9.1

October 2022

9.1

So much charm in every detail here. Room size and furnishings were consistent with the historical building. Mattress on the firm side. Continental breakfast was delightful and far and away better service and food than I've ever had anywhere else. Parking was reasonably priced and very convenient to the hotel. The hotel is beautiful and worth a visit to see for yourself. A true feast for the eyes and soul if you're interested in California history and architecture. One of the few places I've had to wear a mask indoors if that's something you're considering. We didn't try any of the other restaurants, unfortunately.

The only thing that might keep me from visiting again is the shower. The smaller tub is fine but the full-circle cloth shower curtain did not stay put and I found myself wrestling a bit with the shower curtain that kept blowing against me while trying to shower. Not ideal. Also not the biggest issue.

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Yvonne

10

September 2022

10

Our room located on the fourth floor was very quiet due to the layout of the rooms in proximity to the other rooms on our floor. Simple design and furnishings. Good ventilation. No TV but good Wi-Fi reception. There is an elevator to the upper floors to access the hotel rooms and to the dining room, etc. The continental breakfast served in the beautiful dining room was a notch above the usual fair with flawless, friendly service. This hotel is located on Durant, and for a fee includes an outdoor parking lot adjacent to the hotel. This is central Berkeley & just three blocks up from the commercial area along Shattuck Avenue, the Berkeley Arts District & a BART station also on Shattuck. It is just a few blocks away from the U.C. Berkeley campus as well as bustling Telegraph Avenue. We parked our car and walked everywhere. f The architectural design of this property was by Julia Morgan around 1927. It was originally the Women's City Club (and residence hotel) It is now an historic landmark. It is a stunningly beautiful building.! Along with the hotel rooms, it is also a club for members which features the dining room/restaurant, bar, lounge areas, a library/ grand piano, a restful outdoor patio complete with koi pond and tranquil fountain. There is a gorgeous indoor swimming pool which features four lanes for lap swimming, along with changing rooms, showers, lockers etc., The pool it should be noted is also used by members of the Berkeley City Club. Certain times of the day the number of swimmers is limited (lovely!) This pool is like the one she designed for Hearst Castle. There are several events areas including a ballroom. Everywhere there seem to be nooks and crannies to explore. The staff was efficient but also friendly and very helpful. Our only regret is that we did not stay longer and take advantage of all this property has to offer.

I am not really sure what could have been better. It was an amazing experience. Perhaps the "Queen" bed could have been slightly larger. It felt small for a Queen.

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Sara

9.1

September 2022

9.1

It was great to stay in a Julia Morgan designed building(s); loved the history and the exceptional care that is given the premises. Fantastic to have even the old elevators still operating! loved the historic information posted about in rooms and nooks about the building or the art collection; thought the staff was very approachable and helpful on all accounts. The continental breakfast had classy offerings in the pastry department. The inner courtyard garden was a magical place to while away an hour or so. ALSO Actually liked that there were very CLEAR preferences stated about mask wearing on the property-- I believe this is beneficial to all parties.

well, the old elevators make a lot of heavy grinding noises and if you are located in a -01 room you really hear/feel it. Thankfully most guests were not coming in after 10 p.m. so that regular noise subsided. Also, impossible to get on wi-fi (very weak in room 501) but our Tmobile connection made up for it.

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Hotel surroundings Berkeley City Club Hotel

Attraction

Berkeley

0.3mi

Saints Peter and Paul Church

9.3mi

Barbary Coast Trail

9.8mi

San Francisco Japantown

10.6mi

Fillmore District

10.8mi

Grateful Dead House

12.1mi

Baker Beach

13mi

Conservatory of Flowers

13mi

San Francisco Botanical Garden

13.1mi

Golden Gate National Recreation Area

13.4mi

Sea Cliff

13.8mi

16th Avenue Tiled Steps

13.8mi

Marin County

17.3mi

Half Moon Bay

29.1mi

HopMonk Tavern

31mi

Attraction

Berkeley

0.3mi

Saints Peter and Paul Church

9.3mi

Barbary Coast Trail

9.8mi

San Francisco Japantown

10.6mi

Fillmore District

10.8mi

Grateful Dead House

12.1mi

Baker Beach

13mi

Conservatory of Flowers

13mi

San Francisco Botanical Garden

13.1mi

Golden Gate National Recreation Area

13.4mi

Sea Cliff

13.8mi

16th Avenue Tiled Steps

13.8mi

Marin County

17.3mi

Half Moon Bay

29.1mi

HopMonk Tavern

31mi

Airport

Oakland International Airport

9.7mi

San Francisco International Airport

18.3mi

Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport

39.5mi

Sonoma County Airport

53.5mi

Stockton Metropolitan Airport

55.9mi

Restaurants

Julia's Restaurant

Cuisines

French

Ambiances

Traditional

Pools

Location

Indoor

Features

Heated•Shallow end

Age restrictions

Adults only

Availability

All season

Amenities of Berkeley City Club Hotel

Pet Friendly

Indoor swimming pool

Free wifi

Non-smoking rooms

Bar

Fitness center

Elevator

Business center

Restaurant

Terrace

Garden

Bathtub

Free toiletries

Private Bathroom

Amenities of Berkeley City Club Hotel

Activities

Aerobics

Free

Temporary art galleries

Free

Bathroom

Bathtub

Free toiletries

Hairdryer

Private Bathroom

Shower

Toilet

Toilet paper

Towels

Bedroom

Alarm clock

Wardrobe or closet

Business Facilities

Business center

Free

Fax/Photocopying

Additional fee

Meeting/Banquet facilities

Additional fee

Cleaning Services

Laundry

Additional fee

Common Areas

Shared lounge/TV area

Food & Drink

Bar

Restaurant

Snack bar

Wine/Champagne

Additional fee

Food & drink safety

Breakfast to-go containers

Front Desk Services

Baggage storage

Free

General

Designated smoking area

Elevator

Heating

Non-smoking rooms

Pet Friendly

Smoke-free property

Internet

Free wifi

Outdoors

Garden

Outdoor furniture

Terrace

Physical distancing

Cashless payment available

Screens or physical barriers between staff and guests in appropriate areas

Room Amenities

Fan

Iron

Socket near the bed

Safety & security

Carbon monoxide detector

CCTV in common areas

CCTV outside property

Fire extinguishers

Key access

Key card access

Safe

Free

Smoke alarms

Safety features

First aid kits available

Shared stationery (e.g. printed menus, magazines, pens, paper) removed

Spa

Fitness center

Free

Indoor swimming pool

Free

Locker rooms

View

City view

House rules - Berkeley City Club Hotel

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Check-in

From 15:00

Until 21:00

Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in

Check-out

Until 11:00

Pets

Pets are not allowed.

Internet

WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.

Age restrictions

The minimum age for check-in is 18

Curfew

Come and go whenever you want

Parking

Parking may not be available

Children and beds

Child policies

Children of all ages are welcome.

To see correct prices and occupancy info, add the number and ages of children in your group to your search.

Crib and extra bed policies

No capacity for extra beds or cribs.

Cards accepted at this property

Cash

Visa, 

Mastercard, 

American Express

This property does not accept cash.

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  • Pets

  • Internet

  • Age restrictions

  • Curfew

  • Parking

  • Children and beds

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Fine print

For minors under the age of 18 seeking accommodations, the property requires a parent or guardian, or another responsible adult, to assume, in writing, full liability for any and all charges. Minors must come with a signed waiver form provided by the Berkeley City Club when making the reservation.

Frequently Asked Questions - Berkeley City Club Hotel

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What are the check-in and check-out times at Berkeley City Club Hotel?

Berkeley City Club Hotel offers check-in timings from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Make sure to check out by 11:00 AM.

How much does a stay at Berkeley City Club Hotel cost?

For Berkeley City Club Hotel, room prices kick off at $243. Remember, prices can fluctuate depending on room type and availability dates. Input your dates for definitive prices.

What types of rooms does Berkeley City Club Hotel offer?

The Berkeley City Club Hotel offers a variety of room options including Standard Double Rooms and Standard Queen Rooms. The rooms are non-smoking and come in different sizes ranging from 183 to 205 square feet. The occupancy of the rooms varies with some accommodating single occupancy and others accommodating up to 2 adults. The bed sizes offered are either a double bed or a queen size bed.

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How can guests spend their time at Berkeley City Club Hotel?

At Berkeley City Club Hotel, guests can spend their time enjoying a variety of leisure amenities. They can take a relaxing dip in the indoor swimming pool, which is heated and has a shallow end. The pool is available all season and is strictly for adults only.

For those looking to stay active, the hotel offers a fitness center equipped with modern amenities. Guests can work out and participate in aerobics classes.

Guests can also unwind at the bar, where they can enjoy their favorite drinks and socialize with other guests.

When it comes to dining, guests can experience the ambiance of Julia's Restaurant, which offers traditional French cuisine.

Overall, guests at Berkeley City Club Hotel have numerous options for leisure and relaxation, including the swimming pool, fitness center, bar, and restaurant.

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Does Berkeley City Club Hotel have a pool for guests?

The Berkeley City Club Hotel has an indoor pool available for guests. The pool is heated and has a shallow end. However, only adults are allowed to use the pool.

Are there restaurants located within Berkeley City Club Hotel?

Yes, the Berkeley City Club Hotel does have a restaurant on-site called Julia's Restaurant. The restaurant offers a traditional ambiance and serves French cuisine.

Are both cash and credit cards valid payment options at Berkeley City Club Hotel?

No, cash is not a valid payment option at Berkeley City Club Hotel. They only accept Mastercard, Visa, and American Express.

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