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... a lot and thought a lot. I attended a few yoga classes in Bali. Back in California, when I learned about the Niroga Institute's programs of providing life skills through yoga to prisons and juvenile hall inmates, my whole body resonated. I literally trembleled. Later I learned about the Prison Yoga Project and followed up by taking classes to become certified. The 200 hour yoga teacher training program was an amazing journey. The Yoga Garden ...
... overlooking the city. So it was out the door at 8.30 am and half an hour was spent walking up here to enjoy the 360 degree ...
... way along The Embarcadero, Fishermans Wharf toward Jefferson St where we waited in line for an hour to catch a Cable Car back to Union Square. Josh hanging out the side of the cable car we passed the famous Lombard Street, although we didn't get off fearing another hour wait to get back. Once back spent some time in Gap, huge clothing shop before we headed to Macy's a massive department store. Decided to have tea at the ...
... Sourdough. It was a very nice dinner- delicious! After dinner we walked only a couple of blocks to catch the cable car back to the BART station. The 2 miles were much faster and more comfortable going back! It was really fun riding the cable car- going down those steep hills it seemed like we would just fly all the way to the bottom of the ...
... we stumbled upon China Town, where the streets were lined with Chinese restaurants, markets, jewellery stores and the typical junk shop. We walked up Telegraph Hill reaching Coit Tower, and in the nature of a competitive couple we both had a guess of the significance of the tower as it seemed to be an emblem of the San Francisco skyline. We were both wrong as the tower was built from the bequeathed estate of Lille Coit who wanted to "beautify" the city. We then made our way down ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews HYATT house Emeryville/San Francisco Bay Area
We stayed here for 4 nights on a family vacation (We have a 6 year old and a 3 year old) and had a great stay! The majority of people we saw were here on business, but there were a few families there as well. The hotel looked relatively new, and was clean.
We stayed at the Woodfin Suites in April 2005, sight unseen. We were pleasantly surprised! The suite was spacious, bright, and clean, and parking was free. Everyone at the desk was always pleasant and helpful and the breakfast buffet that was included each morning was wonderful. WS is convenient to shopping and the BART. In fact, we walked to IKEA and the new shopping area, took the hotel shuttle to the BART (5 min) and the Emery-go-Round shuttle back to the hotel from the BART. We will not stay anywhere else when we visit again next year!
Great Hotel for Dogs Too!
Our son attends school nearby and we love staying at the Woodfin when we visit. We bring our large yellow lab along too. They charge a pet deposit, but as long as nothing gets ruined they refund it right back upon checkout. The staff is very friendly and they treat all of us wonderfully. Ask for Minh and request a bay view if possible. You'll love it!
Woodfin Suites Hotel Emeryville Almost Heaven!
I can't say enough good things about this hotel. It is almost perfect! And the price is unbelievable for what you get! A full breakfast in the morning and during the week they have a social hour. The suite is just like an apartment and so clean! I've stayed in many so-called "first class" hotels and none match this one for cleanliness. Only one problem: my room was right next to the train depot and sometimes the trains are noisy at night. I would suggest that you request a room on the Bay side where it's quieter. But I stayed for five nights and didn't notice it until my last night so maybe it's sporadic. I wouldn't stay anywhere else in the East Bay area.
I travel to the Bay Area for business every couple of months and have been staying at the Woodfin for over two years, even though it's not the closest hotel to my office. They always have government rate rooms, keep my information on file, and process reservations impeccably.
Needed a hotel for several Hospital appts. in the Bay Area and nothing compares to Woodfin Emeryville. Rooms are spacious (separate bedroom) Full Kitchen, huge bathroom, Free mini-dinner in evenings in lounge, with free cocktails, beer and wine, and free hot breakfast in morning! located near IKEA, which is a fun place to spend hours shopping at. Located next to many Bay Area freeways which make it easy to get around the area. Save your money on the high-priced SF hotel with outragous parking prices (free at the Woodin). Base yourself at Woodfin and take BART or AMRAK(bus) into the Cityor many surrounding areas.
Great place, nice views, close to Oakand and Berkeley, easo of access to bay bridge by car
Great place, close to Bay Bridge, easy to get to SF by car, close to shopping and easy to Oakland and Berkeley. Full kitchenettes.
We went up to the bay area to visit family and have done so for many years. This was the first time we stayed and the Woodfin and we no longer have to search for any other hotel. The stay was excellent!. We have 3 small children and the 2 rooms were a God send. The room was spotless and comfortable. The breakfast downstairs was delicious and convenient. I am online now making reservations at the woodfin for our next trip. Oh and btw, there is a train station behind the hotel separated by a large parking lot. the kids loved watching the trains and all we had to do was close the sliding door and most of the noise was gone.
I flew regularly to Emeryville for work and at one time or other stayed in all of the hotels there (Holiday Inn, Marriot Courtyard, Sheraton FourPoints as well as some in Berkeley). Woodfin is by far the nicest and most convenient, and through my company, at least, I was able to get the same rate as the Holiday Inn.
I have stayed at the the Woodfin Hotel twice in 2001--once with my wife and two children as a liesure guest and once during a business trip. In a word, the Woodfin Hotel is a class act! The staff is keyed to top-notch customer service, and the value-to-rate ratios of the Woodfin suites and rooms are absolutely untouchable by most hotels both above and below its class in the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Area. My wife and I were able to enjoy special rate offers for both stays (Suite-$120/Room-$100). The ambiance of the Woodfin's lobby, dining room, general use spaces, rooms, and suites displays a modern decor that is at once tasteful, elegant, and simple. I found the free full-menu breakfasts, no-fee book and videotape library, and guest business support accomodations with PC sytems to be great value-added features of this fine hotel.