Centrally Located in Downtown Berkeley

Located in the heart of vibrant Berkeley, California, Downtown Berkeley Inn is a sophisticated and comfortable contemporary boutique hotel, ideal for those traveling to Northern California for business or pleasure. The hotel is minutes away from dozens of exciting attractions and destinations.

Downtown Berkeley Inn is located a few blocks from the University of California Berkeley Campus. The Berkeley campus offers daily events and performances and is open to the campus community and the general public. Visit some of the historical attractions on the college campus or take stroll through the redwoods and enjoy all the campus has to offer. UC Berkeley is known for the many attractions such as the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, The Berkeley Botanical Garden, and the home of the Bears sporting events California Memorial Stadium

Berkeley has a vibrant world of art to explore ranging from larger more recognized concerts to smaller more intimate music and theater venues. Downtown Berkeley is the home of the newly renovated Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA). BAMPFA is a visual arts center that presents more than 20 art exhibitions, 450 film programs, and dozens of performances. Also just blocks away from our location is the Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Berkeley Repertory Theatre has established itself as one this country’s top ranking resident theatre companies known for its high-quality productions. A large number of the city’s music concerts take place at the Greek Theatre right on the UC Berkeley Campus. The theatre seats over 5,000 people and is known for its extraordinary sound system and remarkable views

Berkeley is the home of one of the largest National Laboratory, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Lawrence Berkeley has been a leader in science and engineering research for more than 70 years. Located on a 200-acre site in the hills above the University of Berkeley California campus, adjacent to the San Francisco Bay, Berkeley Lab holds the distinction of being the oldest of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Laboratories