The Oakland Marriott City Center is a good place to have a conference without having to worry about accommodation or location. Plush rooms and suites have all the trappings of a comfort haven for those weary traders and travelers. The 12th Street Oakland BART station is right across the street and the hotel is right next to all of the downtown eateries and nightlife spots. And if the family is along, let the front desk recommend fun activities. Sailing and hiking activities are conducted nearby. For golf enthusiasts, the Tilden Park Golf Course is within close proximity.
This waterfront hotel is a first class establishment offering excellent views of San Francisco and the Bay, a fine restaurant, and a prime Oakland location. Surprisingly, it is the only luxury hotel situated at Jack London Square. You will enjoy deluxe accommodations and good customer service. The attached restaurant, Lungomare, is popular with locals and tourists alike. Stay in Oakland, work in San Francisco, this hotel is steps away from the ferry that goes straight to the city.
This full service hotel is very close to Oakland International Airport and many of the East Bay city's most popular attractions like the Oakland Coliseum and Jack London Square. Three stories and filled with modern amenities, this hotel is an excellent choice for the traveler looking for convenience and comfort. The hotel offers two onsite restaurants, Amelia's Cafe for a fast meal and Stanley's Grill, a safari-like sports bar is perfect for a having a beer while watching the game. The comfortable and attractive rooms are filled with little special amenities like ergonomic work areas and complimentary bottled water.
In the heart of high-tech Emeryville, Four Points by Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge can be found at the east end of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. It is ideal to take in the panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco skyline. The presence of the freeway close to it provides easy access to the best of the Bay area: shopping, restaurants and movie theaters, downtown San Francisco, UC Berkeley, SBC Park, and Jack London Square. It's a great destination for both the business or the vacation traveler.
The Washington Inn Hotel is located in the heart of Oakland, California. The hotel is known for its comfortable and stylish living, with all the essential amenities. It is also very handy to commute to the various historical sights around town, making it a tourist’s favorite choice of stay. Also with the option of meeting rooms, restaurants and bars, it is an ideal location when on business as well.
Famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright said that the Claremont is one of the few hotels in the world with warmth, character and charm. The staff will go out of its way to charm you at this white jewel nestled in the foothills of Berkeley. On the grounds of what was once an English-style castle built with Gold Rush money, this sprawling white, Mediterranean-like villa was constructed in 1915 and has served guests with its gracious elegance, luxury and style ever since. A full spa service was added in the late 1980s. Make sure you book a room that has a view of the San Francisco Bay and city skyline.
Enter the gates beneath the ivy-grown arch, and follow the garden path to this charming bed-and-breakfast inn, once a large, turn of the 20th-century estate. On Telegraph Avenue just a few blocks down from the hustle and bustle of UC Berkeley, the Rose Garden Inn offers comfortable and charming rooms with equally gracious service, in a relaxed, laid-back setting. The charming Garden Rooms feature Queen size beds, refrigerators, fireplaces and Free High-Speed Internet or your family may choose to stay in the Cottage Building with rooms that can accommodate up to 6 people. These Junior Suites include fireplaces, refrigerators, microwaves, free high-speed internet and offer a little more privacy. A complimentary full buffet breakfast is included, as well as afternoon coffee and tea. Complimentary parking is available on a space-available basis.