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Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento

500 Leisure Ln, Sacramento - Map
 
 
"A great deal."
The Woodlake was the perfect one-night stay for us. We asked for an upstairs room with a view of the lake & it was great. Note: there are stairs only to the second floor. Huge room with couch, chair & coffee table in the seating area, a big desk, a picture window, high ceilings and a King bed, set at an angle to the room. Comfy, clean, classic. A hot buffet breakfast was included in the spacious dining room on the lake.
Traveller from BayArea
This Sacramento hotel offers expansive resort and convention facilities amid 17 acres of grounds with a large manmade lake …More
Vagabond Inn Executive Old Town - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Vagabond Inn Executive Old Town

909 3rd St, Sacramento - Map
 
 
"Good for one or 2 days. "
Typical motel. Clean. The breakfast was outstanding for a free continental breakfast. I would return. They had a small work out room which I appreciated. there was also a heated pool. Location was good for tourists
Traveller from F.
Vagabond Inn Executive Old Town is just off highway I-5 and half a block from the carriage rides of Sacramento’s Old Town …More
Sunset Inn and Suites - West Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Sunset Inn and Suites

2641 West Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento - Map
 
 
3.3 out of 5 (198 reviews)
Located in the heart of West Sacramento, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Raley Field, Crocker Art Museum, and California …More
Governors Inn Hotel - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$109

Governors Inn Hotel

210 Richards Blvd, Sacramento - Map
 
 
The only concern was the backside of the hotel is a bit sketchy but they have good security
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Sacramento, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of American River Bike Trail and California State Railroad …More
Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel

1230 J St, Sacramento - Map
 
 
"Awesome desl"
The staff and accommodations were amazing - we had an immediate room upgrade and were able to request a late checkout which was very helpful!
Traveller from B
Rising grandly from the historical Public Market Building, this hotel is across the street from the convention center and 2 …More
Red Roof Inn & Suites Sacramento North - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Red Roof Inn & Suites Sacramento North

4325 Watt Ave, Sacramento - Map
 
 
Located in the heart of Sacramento, this hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Discovery Museum Science and Space Center and within 3 …More
Super 8 Sacramento Airport - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Super 8 Sacramento Airport

2654 El Centro Road, Sacramento - Map
 
 
"Great Value"
I needed a reasonably priced room with a shuttle for the Sacramento airport. Motel 8 was a good choice.
Traveller from Northern California
Located in North Sacramento, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Discovery Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Sleep Train Arena …More
La Quinta Inn Sacramento Downtown - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

La Quinta Inn Sacramento Downtown

200 Jibboom St, Sacramento - Map
 
 
"An often visited reliable 3 star crash pad."
It's nothing fancy but clean, quite and complete with huge bath towels (extra points for that). We've stayed many times for its reasonable price that's close to the airport for an early flight as we live a 3 hour drive from the airport. The staff is very pleasant and willing/eager to be helpful. Near the I-5 on/off ramp, two gas stations next door and across the street, Denny's and McDonald's within walking distance.
Traveller from Ukiah, CA
Located in Downtown Sacramento, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of American River Bike Trail and California State Railroad …More
Extended Stay America - Sacramento - South Natomas - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Extended Stay America - Sacramento - South Natomas

2810 Gateway Oaks Dr., Sacramento - Map
 
 
"Hotel clean but stingy"
Hotel very clean. Hotel room had a sofa bed supposedly for two kids BUT it was a twin bed. The kids had difficulty sleeping in the small bed. I reserved a room for two adults and two kids. Yet I had to ask for bed linen. Room had a kitchen but NO DISHES, UTENSILS, silverwear or pots! Hotel advertises breakfast but they only had muffins, granola bars, coffee/juice and very little fruit! There was 4 towels, one hand towel, and one face cloth. We asked front desk for some more face cloths. They said they didn't have any! Really!!!!
Traveller from Clovis CA
Located in North Sacramento, this hotel is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Discovery Park and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from American River Bike …More
Delta King Hotel - Sacramento Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Delta King Hotel

1000 Front St, Sacramento - Map
 
 
"River boat stay"
Good location, fun to stay on a riverboat, a great breakfast was included. Would definitely stay there again.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Sacramento, this hotel is steps from Sacramento History Museum and California State Railroad Museum …More

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    Sacramento Hotel & Travel Guide

    Henry David Thoreau once mused, “Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake.” As you embark on your next vacation, pursue your truest self in the land known for lofty aspirations and sweet daydreams—California. Long before California became synonymous with aspiring starlets and successful startups, pioneers and miners rushed to Sacramento to carve their fortunes out of the rich earth.

    If you imagine taking life at a slower pace and unleashing your inner glow in the “Golden State,” then it’s time to stroll down cobblestone streets, discover artifacts of ancient civilizations, and explore the surrounding landscape laden with vineyards. To discover all this city has to offer, book one of our hotels in Sacramento, where you’ll wake up more yourself every day.

    Things to Do in Sacramento

    As you build an itinerary, embrace the fact that most of the things to do in Sacramento are tinged with antiquity, like a light layer of gold leaf of the edges of your favorite books. To start your journey in the heart of the city—where wooden sidewalks lead you to another era—take a turn through Old Sacramento, the region’s historic railway hub, which is nestled against the Sacramento River.

    As the currents ebb and flow, sidle up to the bar at River City Saloon or wander through one of the many museums. Step through the doorway of the Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum, and you can almost hear the soft scratch of chalk on slate. If turn-of-the-century Sacramento lodging is what you seek, this is where you’ll find it.

    The old city is part of today’s modern downtown. As you venture east of the river, the architecture retains its vintage charm, and you will find ample opportunity to set your heart rate to “Zen” in the International World Peace Rose Garden, where fragrant blossoms infuse the city’s celebration of multicultural peacemaking.

    While away an afternoon perusing the city center—there are a few stately mansions to see as well—and if you’re still wondering where to stay in Sacramento, book one of our downtown Sacramento hotels and spend your vacation visiting historic haunts and taking peaceful romps.

    Speaking of romps, bring Fido along and be sure to check into one of the pet-friendly hotels in Sacramento. Stretch all six of your collective legs along the idyllic American River Bicycle Trail, which winds along the waterfront. You don’t have to worry about your companion chasing parked cars on this trail, because motors are a no-no—just paws and pedals.

    Eating and Drinking

    Whether you’re an early bird or a late-morning brunch connoisseur, head to the Tahoe Park neighborhood, where you'll find farm-to-table cuisine perfect for the first meal of the day. You can satisfy lunchtime munchies at Chandos Tacos at a few locations around town, where they make traditional Mexican street tacos that will make your mouth water and tortas that might get deliciously messy. Sacramento may be miles from any international borders, but it is certainly home to global flavors—from Italian and Thai to tapas and New American—all served with a NorCal twist.

    In the evening, while you’re wandering through the city lights and Italianate buildings, seek out a local favorite: Il Fornaio Restaurant, near the State Capitol Building—a wonderful choice for traditional Italian pasta in an authentic environment. For a unique digestíf, The Red Rabbit Kitchen & Bar along J Street is perfect for a craft cocktail to close your evening. Start with a glass of chardonnay from the nearby Napa Valley and embrace the region to the last golden drop.

    Green Spaces

    If the International World Peace Rose Garden is any indication—which it is—Sacramento is a place where natural beauty thrives. The city is sprinkled with several oases that are perfect for picnics and meditation, including tree-lined McKinley Park and the sprawling Sutter’s Landing Regional Park, where you can play with your pup near the banks of American River. Stay in nearby Sacramento hotels and surround your senses with the scent of tea roses and the gentle swish of palm trees in the breeze.

    Perhaps the most stunning views that Sacramento can boast surround the city proper. Directly to the northwest, the Sacramento Bypass Wildlife Area covers the spectrum of your wildest dreams and your most serene afternoon snooze. Slip on some skis and speed across the surface of the water, or float with your face turned toward the sun. Otherwise, stay on dry land and keep an eye out for the yellow-billed magpie and the purple martin—California may not see a lot of rain, but there’s always a rainbow in Sacramento.

    Day Trips

    Sacramento is surrounded with wide open spaces and charming small towns. As you seek out amazing places to stay in Sacramento, don’t forget to plan for day trips to wine country or camping near Lake Tahoe. Drive west along the I-80 to start tasting the tannins. It’s a 70-mile drive to the center of the Napa Valley, and there are plenty pit stops along the way. In fact, you’ll happen upon the small vineyard town of Vacaville just 34 miles into your trip. Napa—the dream destination of wine enthusiasts around the globe—awaits a mere 28 miles southwest of Vacaville. The rolling region is known for pouring some of the best cabernet sauvignon, merlot, and chardonnay in the world, so let your palate take flight…a with tasting flight, that is.

    To the east of Sacramento, the deep blue waters and whimsical wilderness of South Lake Tahoe await. The drive covers a scenic 103 miles on US-50 and ambles through the Eldorado National Forest. Get out on the water and wander through the wilderness. Remember what we said about California starlets? Step outside after dark and look up.

    Experience layers of history, beautiful landscapes, and sweet dreams when you book cheap hotels in Sacramento with Travelocity. With our price-matching promise, you won’t need to strike gold to have the best California getaway you could imagine—and you have a rich imagination.

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