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.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near North Berkeley

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O.co Coliseum
Hotel Shattuck Plaza
Hotel Shattuck Plaza
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3.8
716 reviews
2086 Allston Way, Berkeley
from $145
Hotel Durant
Hotel Durant
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3.5
696 reviews
2600 Durant Ave, Berkeley
from $169
Rose Garden Inn
Rose Garden Inn
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3.5
340 reviews
2740 Telegraph Ave, Berkeley
from $135
The Berkeley City Club
The Berkeley City Club
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3.4
382 reviews
2315 Durant Ave, Berkeley
from $175
Super 8 Berkeley
Super 8 Berkeley
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3.3
675 reviews
1619 University Avenue, Berkeley
from $89
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Berkeley
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Berkeley
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4.0
336 reviews
1175 University Ave, Berkeley
from $143
Rodeway Inn Berkeley
Rodeway Inn Berkeley
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3.7
588 reviews
1461 University Ave, Berkeley
from $69
La Quinta Inn Berkeley
La Quinta Inn Berkeley
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3.7
707 reviews
920 University Ave, Berkeley
from $104
Berkeley Travelodge
Berkeley Travelodge
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2.8
422 reviews
1820 University Ave, Berkeley
from $99
Berkeley Inn
Berkeley Inn
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3.0
353 reviews
1720 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley
from $71
More About Hotels near North Berkeley...

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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