Hotels near Temescal
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Just north of Lake Merritt and south of Rockridge, the family-friendly neighborhoods of Piedmont and Temescal seem worlds away from desolate downtown Oakland. Piedmont seceded from Oakland in 1907 and maintains its distinct character, with lanes of single-family bungalows winding through East Bay foothills to hilltop Piedmont Park. Old money blends into the scenery in Piedmont, from historic California Arts and Crafts cottages to hillside Mountain View cemetery, designed by Central Park architect Frederick Law Olmstead. But beyond a few boutiques and restaurants scattered along Highland Ave. and Grand Ave., Piedmont relies on its hip neighbor Temescal for action. Temescal's Piedmont Ave. is lined with trendy restaurants, including Michelin-starred Commis, and its hip Telegraph Ave. shopping hub shows the design influence of California College of the Arts, founded nearby in 1907.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Temescal

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O.co Coliseum
Courtyard by Marriott Emeryville
Courtyard by Marriott Emeryville
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3.8
622 reviews
5555 Shellmound Street, Emeryville
from $127
HYATT house Emeryville/San Francisco Bay Area
HYATT house Emeryville/San Francisco Bay Area
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4.2
1071 reviews
5800 Shellmound Street, Emeryville
from $159
Extended Stay America - Oakland - Emeryville
Extended Stay America - Oakland - Emeryville
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2.7
237 reviews
3650 Mandela Pkwy, Oakland
from $129
Imperial Inn
Imperial Inn
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3.6
1214 reviews
490 West MacArthur Blvd, Oakland
from $69
Westwind Lodge
Westwind Lodge
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3.2
56 reviews
336 West MacArthur Boulevard, Oaklund, Oakland
from $75
Budget Inn Oakland
Budget Inn Oakland
55 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland
from $59
Bay Bridge Inn
Bay Bridge Inn
683 West MacArthur Boulevard, Oakland
from $61
More About Hotels near Temescal...

Just north of Lake Merritt and south of Rockridge, the family-friendly neighborhoods of Piedmont and Temescal seem worlds away from desolate downtown Oakland. Piedmont seceded from Oakland in 1907 and maintains its distinct character, with lanes of single-family bungalows winding through East Bay foothills to hilltop Piedmont Park. Old money blends into the scenery in Piedmont, from historic California Arts and Crafts cottages to hillside Mountain View cemetery, designed by Central Park architect Frederick Law Olmstead. But beyond a few boutiques and restaurants scattered along Highland Ave. and Grand Ave., Piedmont relies on its hip neighbor Temescal for action. Temescal's Piedmont Ave. is lined with trendy restaurants, including Michelin-starred Commis, and its hip Telegraph Ave. shopping hub shows the design influence of California College of the Arts, founded nearby in 1907.

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