Hotels near North Berkeley
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
UC Berkeley may be known for political protests, but North Berkeley started the slow food revolution. Chez Panisse restaurant was founded in 1973 by food activist Alice Waters to offer local, sustainable California cuisine—her radical experiment established America's organic food culture. The area of Shattuck where the restaurant still serves guests is known as the Gourmet Ghetto. The collectively owned and operated Cheeseboard creates a daily seasonal and vegetarian pizza. Nearby Fourth Street is a wide avenue lined with shops, galleries, bookstores and cafés.

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Executive Inn & Suites - Oakland Waterfront
Executive Inn & Suites - Oakland Waterfront
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4.1
590 reviews
1755 Embarcadero, Oakland
from $139
Days Hotel Oakland Airport-Coliseum
Days Hotel Oakland Airport-Coliseum
8350 Edes Avenue, Oakland
from $67
Oakland Marriott City Center
Oakland Marriott City Center
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4.0
777 reviews
1001 Broadway, Oakland
from $119
Waterfront Hotel, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
Waterfront Hotel, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
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4.1
849 reviews
10 Washington Street, Oakland
from $129
La Quinta Inn Oakland Airport/Coliseum
La Quinta Inn Oakland Airport/Coliseum
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3.7
883 reviews
8465 Enterprise Way, Oakland
from $75
Hilton Oakland Airport
Hilton Oakland Airport
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3.4
830 reviews
1 Hegenberger Rd, Oakland
from $90
Quality Inn Oakland Airport
Quality Inn Oakland Airport
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3.2
893 reviews
8471 Enterprise Way, Oakland
from $79
Red Lion Hotel Oakland International Airport
Red Lion Hotel Oakland International Airport
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3.1
1133 reviews
150 Hegenberger Rd, Oakland
from $89
International Casa
International Casa
5714-5720 International Blvd., Oakland
from $27
Motel 6 Oakland Airport
Motel 6 Oakland Airport
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2.6
305 reviews
8480 Edes Ave, Oakland
from $79
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UC Berkeley may be known for political protests, but North Berkeley started the slow food revolution. Chez Panisse restaurant was founded in 1973 by food activist Alice Waters to offer local, sustainable California cuisine—her radical experiment established America's organic food culture. The area of Shattuck where the restaurant still serves guests is known as the Gourmet Ghetto. The collectively owned and operated Cheeseboard creates a daily seasonal and vegetarian pizza. Nearby Fourth Street is a wide avenue lined with shops, galleries, bookstores and cafés.

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