Whether you’re new to the city of Sacramento or have been back to visit on countless occasions, one thing will always be true: there’s no city quite like the capital of California. One of California’s most notable cities, Sacramento is saturated in historic landmarks, vibrant parks, and must-see attractions. Of course, once you’re done exploring all that the city has to offer during the day, you’ll want to find a decent place to rest yourself at night. Sacramento is home to fantastic hotels that exude hospitality at its finest and will make you feel like you’ve found your second home. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
© Amber House
If you’re looking for uptown elegance, historicity, and absolute relaxation in Midtown Sacramento, then there’s no better place to book a stay than Amber House. This award-winning bed and breakfast promises an extra special stay in California’s capital complete with a fantastic location and unforgettable amenities. Each of their 10 luxurious rooms is housed in one of two historic homes that are just a short walk away from Sacramento’s top restaurants, entertainment centers, shops, and galleries. The rooms are also fitted the best that the industry has to offer, such as divine microfiber bath linens, ultra-comfortable pillows and mattresses, and even whirlpool tubs, just to name a few. Our personal favorites at Amber House are the Dickinson and the Bach rooms.
1315 22nd Street, Sacramento, California 95816, Phone: 916-444-8085
2.Parkside Inn and Spa
© Parkside Inn and Spa
To say that the Parkside Inn and Spa is anything but drop dead gorgeous would be a disservice to this remarkable inn. Exuding a Far Eastern charm, the Parkside Inn and Spa offers serenity and comfort from within its manicured and beautifully landscaped grounds. If you’re looking for a way to escape the craziness of the city, you’ll definitely find some respite here. Enjoy their multi-course gourmet breakfasts at one of Parkside’s cozy nooks or ask the welcoming concierge for personalized dining recommendations and directions. Don’t forget to enjoy the luxurious spa services that the inn offers, such as facial and body treatments as well as relaxing massages. Parkside Inn and Spa also offers their guests a complimentary social hour in the evenings, so you can get to know other guests if you so desire.
2116 6th Street, Sacramento, California 95818, Phone: 916-658-1818
3.The Westin Sacramento
© The Westin Sacramento
Escape to comfort and luxury at the banks of the Sacramento River thanks to the Westin Hotel. A boutique hotel promising a refreshing and rejuvenating stay, the Westin Sacramento features elevated accommodations packed with great amenities to match its spectacular location. While the hotel itself is further from the nightlife of the city, it’s very close to some of the most popular local attractions, such as the Sacramento Zoo, Sacramento State University, Old Sacramento, and the Golden 1 Center. Foodies can also look forward to dining on award-winning dishes at Scott’s Seafood on the River, the Westin’s signature restaurant.
4800 Riverside Boulevard, Sacramento, California 95822, Phone: 916-443-8400
4.The Citizen Hotel
© The Citizen Hotel
An endearing combination of sleek modernity and historic charm, the Citizen Hotel is a historic and architectural gem in Sacramento’s downtown area. The building itself was built in the 1920s and still retains many of its original decorations. For example, the 13th floor in particular still has the same gorgeous tile mosaics and large bathrooms that it had when it was first built. Despite having 198 rooms to choose from, no suite is the same, so you can look forward to a new experience every time you visit. Whether you’re staying at a penthouse suite or a one-bedroom suite, you can enjoy first-rate boutique amenities. Stop by the Grange Restaurant and Bar for seasonal Central Valley food or enjoy mouthwatering cuisine from within the relaxing confines of your room. You can even bring your four-legged friend with you as the Citizen Hotel welcomes pets in any room at no additional cost.
926 J Street, Sacramento, California 95814, Phone: 916-447-2700
© Delta King
One of Old Sacramento’s treasures, the Delta King Hotel seamlessly combines the best of Sacramento’s past and present for a one-of-a-kind hotel experience. This riverboat hotel oozes Old World charm and service through its enchanting staterooms and welcoming staff and then brings modernity and New World comfort into the picture through top amenities and award-winning cuisine. In fact, the food at Delta King is a must-try whether you’re staying aboard or not, as their two restaurants offer outstanding fine dining and casual food. With a great entertainment line-up, two professional theaters, and a wine school on board, there’s no doubt that the Delta King is a great venue for weddings, meetings, banquets, or your next weekend getaway.
Old Sacramento, 1000 Front Street, Sacramento, California 95814, Phone: 916-444-5464
6.Sterling Hotel Sacramento
© Sterling Hotel Sacramento
Nestled in the heart of Sacramento’s cultural district, the Sterling Hotel provides its guests with easy access to the best of the city’s attractions and a spectacular view of the Old Sacramento skyline. What truly makes this hotel stand out, however, is the luxurious and modern comfort that they provide within the setting of a charming and elegant Victorian mansion. Just one evening in one of Sterling’s spacious and welcoming rooms will leave you rested and refreshed. You can even look forward to a rejuvenating cup of coffee alongside a complimentary continental breakfast to start your day on the right foot. Some of our favorite amenities include the built-in whirlpools, wireless internet, queen or king-sized beds, and huge floor-to-ceiling marble bathrooms. Things to Do in Sacramento
1300 H Street, Sacramento, California 95814, Phone: 916-448-1300
© Vizcaya Sacramento
Whether you’re looking for the most magical place to get married or simply want to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, you won’t find a place more ethereal and enchanting than Vizcaya Sacramento. Loaded with absolutely breathtaking photo opportunities, Vizcaya is home to lavish perennial gardens, a stunning two-tier fountain, and a welcoming courtyard amidst a gorgeous naturally lit pavilion. The mansion is a cultural gem that finds its origins in 1889. The 6,500-square-foot white colonial revival mansion features a Victorian tower alongside antique Victorian-style furnishings, gorgeous crown moldings, and huge bay windows. With just eight rooms, you can look forward to a quiet vacation in the midst of the best that nature has to offer.
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