Hotels near Emeryville
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
If you're in the East Bay for business, odds are you're headed to the Oakland suburb of Emeryville. The East Bay's most successful enterprises are headquartered here, including Pixar, Peet's Coffee, Clif Bar, and Jamba Juice. Once a Wild West port town with gambling halls and bordellos, Emeryville has gone legit and corporate, with megastores Ikea and Target along Emeryville's I80 exits. Emeryville's Amtrak depot has served as the Bay Area's railway hub since 1989, when the Loma Prieta earthquake damaged Oakland's 16th St. Station (redeveloped as a housing/retail complex). Packed into two square miles of reclaimed marshlands and converted industrial warehouses, Emeryville ends in mudflats and the occasional unauthorized public sculpture along Berkeley's Aquatic Park.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Emeryville

Points of Interest
O.co Coliseum
Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge
Hilton Garden Inn San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge
|
4.1
1379 reviews
1800 Powell Street, Emeryville
from $109
Courtyard by Marriott Emeryville
Courtyard by Marriott Emeryville
|
3.8
622 reviews
5555 Shellmound Street, Emeryville
from $127
Four Points by Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge
Four Points by Sheraton San Francisco Bay Bridge
|
3.5
846 reviews
1603 Powell St, Emeryville
from $119
HYATT house Emeryville/San Francisco Bay Area
HYATT house Emeryville/San Francisco Bay Area
|
4.2
1071 reviews
5800 Shellmound Street, Emeryville
from $159
Extended Stay America - Oakland - Emeryville
Extended Stay America - Oakland - Emeryville
|
2.7
237 reviews
3650 Mandela Pkwy, Oakland
from $129
Barkissimo
Barkissimo
3310 Powell Street, Emeryville
from $139
Bay Bridge Inn
Bay Bridge Inn
683 West MacArthur Boulevard, Oakland
from $61
More About Hotels near Emeryville...

If you're in the East Bay for business, odds are you're headed to the Oakland suburb of Emeryville. The East Bay's most successful enterprises are headquartered here, including Pixar, Peet's Coffee, Clif Bar, and Jamba Juice. Once a Wild West port town with gambling halls and bordellos, Emeryville has gone legit and corporate, with megastores Ikea and Target along Emeryville's I80 exits. Emeryville's Amtrak depot has served as the Bay Area's railway hub since 1989, when the Loma Prieta earthquake damaged Oakland's 16th St. Station (redeveloped as a housing/retail complex). Packed into two square miles of reclaimed marshlands and converted industrial warehouses, Emeryville ends in mudflats and the occasional unauthorized public sculpture along Berkeley's Aquatic Park.

Quantcast