Recently I stayed in what was for me a Berkeley apt that would allow me to cook a breakfast and be on my way to meet with friends in the area. So interesting to read such positive reviews of this place which makes me wonder at my overall mind set. I have traveled world wide as well as many times in the Berkeley area. I found the apartment as many have described as "spacious" but in my mind.. jammed with uncomfortable furniture and millions of pillows to the point of claustrophobia. Even the kitchen sink area pictured in the ads was crammed full of unnecessary objects. The only place I could find refuge from this was in the bathroom shower stall. Even the bathroom sink had no place for my own personal items. I paid far too much for too much clutter touted as 'art objects' and antiques. Very disappointed.
I so could hardly wait to leave and sorry to sound so disagreeable to the point of not wanting to send this through.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is an unusual property in that it serves more than one function.When guests are here, it is a fully-furnished interesting quiet, private and beautiful large studio apartment with a queen bed, a twin bed and a gas fireplace as well as a full kitchen and bath. Otherwise, it is a space for massage therapy, acupuncture and meditation. ... more less