The Berkeley City Club
In 1929, Julia Morgan, the renowned architect of Hearst Castle fame, designed the Berkeley Women's City Club using the collective vision of its 4,000 female members. Amid the property's stunning Romanesque and Moorish architecture, lush gardens and courtyards provide sanctuary; a library and roaring fireplace bring friends together, and a magnificent pool invigorates body and spirit. Today, the renovated Berkeley City Club serves as a club, hotel, dining room, conference center, and a meeting place for Berkeley's arts and cultural community. Morgan's "Little Castle" is an exciting destination hotel for architecture lovers and a favorite venue for weddings and other special occasions. This historic hotel inspires friendships, celebrates beauty, and nourishes dreams.