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Hotels near Ace of Spades in Sacramento

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Best hotels near Ace of Spades, Sacramento

4.8/50 Reviews
4.8/5Outstanding0 Reviews
Sacramento
|0.48km from Ace of Spades
A stay at Family Laundry & Spa places you in the heart of Sacramento, within a 5-minute drive of California State Capitol and Sacramento Convention Center. This upscale bed & breakfast is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Golden 1 Center and 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Downtown Commons.Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages. Additional amenities at this bed & breakfast include complimentary wireless internet access and a communal living room.A complimentary local cuisine breakfast is served daily from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM.Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities.Make yourself at home in one of the 3 individually decorated guestrooms. Your memory foam bed comes with premium bedding. Complimentary wireless internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms have designer toiletries and hair dryers.
4.2/5100 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good100 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|0.5km from Ace of Spades
A stay at Inn Off Capitol Park, Ascend Hotel Collection places you in the heart of Sacramento, within a 15-minute walk of California State Capitol and Sacramento Convention Center. This hotel is 1 mi (1.5 km) from Golden 1 Center and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Discovery Park.Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless internet access, a communal living room, and a vending machine.Grab a bite from the snack bar/deli serving guests of Inn Off Capitol Park, Ascend Hotel Collection.Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 37 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Your pillowtop bed comes with premium bedding. 32-inch LCD televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
4.3/564 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent64 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|0.81km from Ace of Spades
Advantages: Marriott's mid- to high-end hotels, close to Sutter fort park. Ten minutes walk, strategic location, next to a supermarket (five minutes walk. You can google map), English service throughout the hotel, warm service, standard buffet Western food It's quite satisfactory, there is a gym, the room size is ok, I have a triple room with my parents, there is a sofa bed, there is an open kitchenette, complete utensils, including a microwave refrigerator, you can cook by yourself Disadvantages: There are no slippers, no dental toiletries in the room, and during the Chinese holidays, Ctrip's house price has tripled. The actual front desk reservation is only $ 119, Xiaokeng (American Spring Festival). Fortunately, I stayed one night and one night. Then found this problem and booked it at the front desk, no use of agent
4.3/5104 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent104 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|0.84km from Ace of Spades
I was in town for a conference at this hotel and decided to stay here for convenience. Front desk staff were, for the most part, delightful for the entire four nights I stayed. My room was spacious with a semi decent view and a mini terrace, though the door didn’t actually open more than a few inches, so one couldn’t avail of the terrace itself… that being said, it was nice to be able to get fresh air into the room! The TV in the room was huge and I am always grateful for a mini fridge, though I couldn’t get this one very cold. One thing that did leave a lot to be desired was the general cleanliness of my room, which I will give 3/5. The vacuuming was very poor (there were remnants of a previous guest’s food on the floor) and layers of heavy dust in the bathroom. It could definitely do with a deep clean! I also used the guest microwaves in the lobby on several occasions — both were filthy with splattered food (gross) and neither had a turntable. Another disappointment was one staff member (who was in the middle of training a new front desk member) — everyone was lovely except for her, when I asked the possibility of a late checkout on my final day. Her response was curt and quite rude: “I can’t tell you if you can or cannot get a late checkout. You have to understand our housekeeping needs and availability. You have to understand there are a lot of guests who will probably be asking the same thing…”. Coming from a customer service background myself, one should NEVER tell a guest what they “need to understand” — there are far better ways to explain this. She also never once said anything along the lines of “I’m sorry, this might not be possible” … it was just poor customer service, which was a shame. This aside, the hotel was very quiet and I slept well (and deeply) each night. Oh, and I got locked out of my room on the day I was checking out — it turns out the battery had died in my door lock, so the front desk staff had to call security, who then called maintenance. Thankfully, I didn’t have to wait too long and both security and maintenance were super fabulous and quick to fix the issue. PS If you do decide to stay here, I hope you get as much of a giggle out of the elevator constantly saying “going down” as I did! :) PPS Location was excellent!
4/5101 Reviews
4/5Very Good101 Reviews
Sacramento
|0.9km from Ace of Spades
With a stay at Vizcaya in Sacramento (Central Sacramento), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Golden 1 Center and California State Capitol. This hotel is 5.2 mi (8.4 km) from Discovery Park and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Sacramento Convention Center.Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless internet access, wedding services, and a banquet hall.A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM.The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Planning an event in Sacramento? This hotel has facilities measuring 3584 square feet (333 square meters), including conference space. Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 8 guestrooms featuring refrigerators. Complimentary wireless internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, as well as phones with free local calls.
4/5102 Reviews
4/5Very Good102 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.01km from Ace of Spades
We have an annual conference in Sacramento and have been using this hotel for several years. Last week was our first conference in a couple of years and it was so disappointing. Check in was very slow. About 30 people in line. They had 4 clerks and then 2 of them disappeared. So it took a very long time to check in. Rooms badly need updating. Carpets in the elevators and hallways have not been cleaned in many years and are very dirty. Trying to call the front desk or room service was ridiculous - no one answers the phone. Mattress and pillows were lumpy and smelled funny. For breakfast, the restaurant only offered the $25 buffet, not the other items on the menu. All in all, if I had a choice, I would never stay here again
4.7/520 Reviews
4.7/5Outstanding20 Reviews
Sacramento
|1.12km from Ace of Spades
With a stay at Harbinson House in Sacramento (Central Sacramento), you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Golden 1 Center and California State Capitol. This guesthouse is 4.2 mi (6.8 km) from Discovery Park and 1.9 mi (3 km) from Sacramento Convention Center.Free self parking is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 2 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your bed comes with down comforters and premium bedding. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature showers, hair dryers, and slippers.
3.6/5102 Reviews
3.6/5102 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.15km from Ace of Spades
Stayed two nights in a visit that included nearby theater. Other theaters also close by. Lots of restaurants nearby at various price levels. Walking distance to many Sacramento sights including the State Capitol. The negative part is that the area has a goodly number of vagrants and possible addicts. A key card is needed to open the metal fence gate to use the stairs and exterior walkways to the rooms. That being said the room itself was good, clean and well maintained with a very comfortable bed.
4.1/5100 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good100 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.16km from Ace of Spades
The hotel breakfast will start at 8:30, because it is necessary to hurry, so if you don't eat, the meal coupon will be wasted. The hotel offers free coffee and tastes good. I was overcharged at the time of check-in. Fortunately, I found out in time that the money was returned and the front desk was too unprofessional.
4.5/586 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent86 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.2km from Ace of Spades
With a stay at Inn & Spa at Parkside, you'll be centrally located in Sacramento, within a 5-minute drive of Golden 1 Center and California State Capitol. This upscale hotel is 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Discovery Park and 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Sacramento Convention Center.Treat yourself with massages and facials. Additional features at this Mediterranean hotel include complimentary wireless internet access, concierge services, and wedding services.Full breakfasts are served on weekends from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a safe deposit box at the front desk.Make yourself at home in one of the 12 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring refrigerators and Smart televisions. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature showers, hair dryers, and bathrobes. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily.
3.8/532 Reviews
3.8/532 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.24km from Ace of Spades
With a stay at The Sterling Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Sacramento, just a 5-minute walk from Sacramento Convention Center and 15 minutes by foot from Golden 1 Center. This hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from California State Capitol and 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Discovery Park.Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless internet access and wedding services. Additional features at this hotel include a ballroom and a vending machine.Grab a bite from the snack bar/deli, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours).Featured amenities include a business center, luggage storage, and an elevator.Stay in one of 16 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature jetted bathtubs and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, as well as phones with free local calls.
4.3/5107 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent107 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.25km from Ace of Spades
Overall: would stay again! Nice hotel, room, bar, food, very convenient location. LOCATION: Convenient! Right next to DOCO and the Golden 1 Center. Old Sac is a few minutes walk away. Public transport nearby. HOTEL: The decor was a lovely, sophisticated, modern take on various historical periods. Music is a theme, nodding to the historic past of the building. Balcony bar - Art Deco. Clean, eye-catching, charming. Emerald velvet chairs and gold-toned metal accents, whimsical 1920’s & ‘30’s music playing overhead, and servers dressed in simple roaring ‘20’s attire. Menu: Small bites. Phyllo baked brie, oysters, ahi poke, short ribs, Asian lettuce wraps, and more. 1st floor restaurant - “7th Street Standard”, is the name. Bright & elegant with simplicity. This restaurant can be a standalone; it’s better than a “hotel restaurant” in food quality, artistry, and presentation. Didn’t eat here this time, but have before. I recall everything being good! Great drinks last time!! Had happy hour drinks this time ($10), still great! Handcrafted, fresh, subtle sweetness for balance, nothing syrupy or fake-colored (reg price $15). Happy hour food and drinks available 3-6pm. Full menu includes trout, salmon, pork belly, and other goodies. ROOM: I like the decor. The lamps were cool: gold dipped bulbs, bronze-colored cones, retro meets are deco feel. There’s a handy motion-censored light under the bathroom vanity when you don’t want to turn on a bright light at night, light-framed mirror for easy getting ready, spacious bathroom. Views from my particular room were not worth seeing. Good blackout curtains in-room, lots of natural light when open. Bathroom basics included: shampoo, conditioner, lotion soap. Not included: q-tips, cotton balls, etc. The mini fridge could fit some small leftover food boxes. Plenty of outlets near the bed. I don’t recall any food snacks offered for sale. $5 Fiji. Open rack closet, and drawers available. I believe my room was 320 sqft, with enough space to roll out a mat and do a room workout, if that’s your thing (or gym on 4th floor). AREA OFFERINGS: There’s a Starbucks Reserve steps from the hotel and many places to eat, drink & entertain within easy walking distance (steakhouse, bowling alley, movies, rooftop pool bar, beer vault, and SO much more!). While it’s a nice area (million-dollar condos and attractions next door), another block over in one direction becomes a not-so-nice area (homelessness and refuse), so just be mindful of what direction you’re heading, if that bothers you. PARKING: There are unattended daily parking lots right next to the hotel ($13-$16ish/10hrs), hourly metered parking, attended hourly/daily lots, valet ($40 seems to get you 2-day parking with in & out privileges; I valeted early evening, pickup needed before 2:45-ish a.m. on the third day). Valet had a very easy texting system. They texted me my valet ticket with a clickable link to call my car when desired. The link let me know the progress of my incoming car (“requested”, “on the way”, “ready”), so I knew exactly when I needed to head out and could enjoy my time until then. You can tip through the link, too.

Reviews of Hotels near Ace of Spades in Sacramento

Red Roof Inn Sacramento - Elk Grove
3.2/5100 Reviews
Sacramento
|13.53km from city center
Okay, so I'm not a Fiddler on a Roof, but I will ”sing the praises” of the staff at the Red Roof Inn. Some home improvements recently mandated that I find a place to stay for a couple of weeks with my dogs. I initially stayed two nights at a cheap corporate-managed competitor but felt that something was missing. I travelled nearby and met Angie at the Red Roof Inn. She was welcoming and enticed me to stay there answering my safety, service, and amenity concerns (I needed a place for my 2 dogs, and appreciated that the rooms promised a microwave, a mini fridge, a hairdryer, and coffeemaker...the only thing that was missing was a safe but my dogs don't wear Cartier Collar Bling so we were good.) When I returned later to book a room, Maria helped me find the courtesy reservation made by Angie. Maria has been a super star throughout my stay. She works various shifts and is always friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating. I am not sure if the rooms have recently been renovated but I was pleased with the decor and my comfortable king-sized bedroom (I could visualize this room being in much pricier hotels I have stayed in). I was assisted by four different room attendants, my favorite being Shereen. The other helpful attendants were Shabeena, Riley, and Sovita. Before checking out for a weekend trip, I notified Jesse (maintenance) of a broken electrical plug...when I checked back in 3-days later, it was fixed. While I was away, I received a call from Mahogany verifying my upcoming reservation. I had forgotten to call the property and really appreciated her follow up. Mahogany was always great along with Evelyn, who always called me by name and made me feel like family. The other two front desk agents who helped me were Melini and O'Neal. I mention all whom I met by name because they all prove that you don't have to be a Five-Star Hotel to give Five-Star Service. I noticed many members of this team helping each other instead of having an ”it's not my job” attitude. I believe a team is only as good as the management so I have to also give kudos to Amit and Aneesh. The neighborhood is not the greatest but the property is literally up against a CHP office. They offer free parking (always had a close space) and I never felt unsafe (I was approached once by a young lady who Donna Summer might have referred to as a ”Bad Girl,” but after a quick, ”toot toot, hey, beep beep,” I let her know that she was barking up the wrong tree...as my dogs barked at her!). The property does have a washer and a dryer (working), as well as, an ice machine (broken after first night) and two vending machines (not working during my stay). There is a Jack in the Box across the street but, while you could walk 10-20 minutes, you really need to drive to a close market or convenience store. All in all, this is very good property. I signed up for Trip Advisor just to compliment this staff. This is the first time I have stayed at a Red Roof In
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sacramento Airport Natomas
4.1/5105 Reviews
Sacramento
|8.71km from city center
The experience was phenomenal. Everything was perfect. Ice machine didn’t work but that wasn’t a problem because of the fridge keeping drinks cool. The laundry washers worked so well. The Jacuzzi was perfect. I really enjoyed staying at this place and I wish they let me stay another night. I reserved a king room but some reason arrived to a downgrade and a discount room. They saved me some money. Well appreciated.
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TownePlace Suites Sacramento Cal Expo
3.7/558 Reviews
Sacramento
|4.57km from city center
Our last stay was 6/18/22 We adore the staff! (Lei, Shelly, Angela, Ronaldo to name a few) The hotel is finally doing a renovations and I can't wait to see the improvements. Walls are thin. There is a train near by. Those don't bother us. We come to swim most of the time. I really like the fact that this location takes care of Elite Bonvoy memebers! This location is great with in walking distance to Cal Expo. We have walked many times to the Sacramento Republic Games.
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Fairfield Inn Sacramento Cal Expo
4.1/5101 Reviews
Sacramento
|4.47km from city center
The front desk attendant was very polite. The lobby was very clean and hade a nice aesthetic. So was (and did) my room. I was surprised that they had pump bottles for the shampoo, conditioner and bodywash. A little bummed that they weren't all the same scent though. Other bummers were that the curtains let in too much light. Easy enough to fix by rolling over, or putting a pillow in front of my face. It wasn't THAT bright. And the mini fridge was really loud when trying to cool off. This was also easily fixed. I just turned the thermostat to it's lowest setting. It was silent the rest of the stay. And not a bummer, but the heater is apparently controlled by the wall thermostat that I completely missed. Took longer than I'm willing to admit pressing the off button on the A/C unit. So all in all, I early enjoyed my stay! Oh, almost forgot the breakfast! It was your standard continental affair. Eggs (scrambled or hardboiled), sausage patties, toastable breads, griddle, yogurt, juice dispenser. All self serve of course. I was not able to review the pool. If it was ever open, it wasn't while I was there (I left before 9am and got back after 10pm every day).
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Sacramento NE Cal Expo
4/5100 Reviews
Sacramento
|8.49km from city center
Kudos Holiday Inn Express Sacramento, specifically the staff. These people are absolutely amazing. All staff has been very accommodating professional friendly and knowledgeable. Rooms are nice and clean. Very spacious. Property is safe and secure with what I've seen.
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Travelodge by Wyndham Sacramento / Rancho Cordova
3/5116 Reviews
Sacramento
|13.79km from city center
Been coming here for awhile the staff is very friendly rooms are pretty clean housekeeping is amazing
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Hilton Sacramento Arden West
3.8/5100 Reviews
Sacramento
|5.98km from city center
The location is also the best. The service was very good. I think the room is nice. I was tired and came home, and I was able to relax with coffee.
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The Fort Sutter Hotel Sacramento, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
4.5/5101 Reviews
Midtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|2.4km from city center
Facilities: Good spare parts, malin goetz is a brand I like very much. Shower gel is the taste of rum. Hygienic: very clean Service: Very good, very late at night, there are night cookie and drinks downstairs.
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DoubleTree by Hilton Sacramento
3.6/567 Reviews
Sacramento
|5.74km from city center
normally a great hotel but the front desk person greeting people who stay here should have exceptional customer service skills. it makes or breaks the experience. hire people that are nice!!!!!!!!!!!! also microwave and refrigerator would be nice. and asking to get a blow dryer turned into an hour waiting for it because I was told I couldn't go get it from the front
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Delta King Hotel
4.1/5102 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.07km from city center
A Cool place to stay and good experience but nothing in my room worked. The outlets and usb did not work and could not plug my phone in. The tv was not clear and fuzzy. The hotel phone in the room did not work. The room did not have a blanket. The bathroom needed a good cleaning. The girl who checked us in was not not helpful and didn’t know about the hotel. She also told us to come back for ice then said she was the only one there and could not get it and told us to walk to the bar. The guy at the bar didn’t seem happy to leave the bar to get the ice. The food was good and the dinning staff was amazing.
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Studio 6 Sacramento, CA – Natomas & Smf Airport
2.8/574 Reviews
Sacramento
|6.46km from city center
Platinum member with Choice. Made reservation on Mobile app. Attempted to check in. Was going to pay with CC on file with Choice for 5yrs. Is a reloadable card registed to me with all info, also on file with Choice. Use Nationwide on a weekly basis. However, because has no chip, clerk said they could not take. Ridiculous policy. Clerk refused to charge to CC. So paid cash with $100 deposit. Had to sign a form which said could not get back until 1000am. Was 1130pm and tired. Did not dispute thinking was just a protection against transient or shady guests. No, is for everyone. With an appointment with customer at 1000am, I attempted to check out and was informed I could not get my cash deposit back until 1000am. When Manager arrived. I missed appointment with customer..possibly costing me a money. Do not expect to be treated with any respect or any different than some random off the street person. You will not. I, as a Platinum member will never stay here again. Choice has been notified and I am going to pursue this so others will not have to deal with a policy, which could very well be illegal. Will find out. Stay at own risk. Never again.
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Best Western Capital City Inn
3.8/5104 Reviews
Sacramento
|13.31km from city center
Sadly this Best Western felt seedy and neglected from the moment we came through the front door. About 2 hours after we checked in a worked tried to force his way into the room. If you can avoid this hotel, do.
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Kimpton Sawyer Hotel
4.2/5104 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|0.44km from city center
Company holiday party was held a couple of blocks away so location was perfect. We were checking in at the front desk (6:04 pm)and the Hotel Registration Clerk said that ”Happy Hour” had just ended (6:00 pm). She asked if we would like a glass of wine (part of Happy Hour). We said ”yes” and less than 5 minutes later we both had glasses of a quite good Pinot Noir (red). The same Registration Clerk also had the extra pillows i had requested delivered to the room shortly after we entered our room. The room was tastefully decorated in muted grey & red tones and the mini bar was fully stocked. There were soft jersey robes to lounge in. In addition to the robes the room contained a yoga mat, reusable water bottles, wine bottle opener & other assorted items for sale if you were interested. The room was extremely quiet which considering all of the construction going on in the area was welcomed. All in all I would give the Kimpton Sawyer Hotel 4.75/5 stars. The .25 deduction was due to the extra firm mattress on the bed. The mattress was so firm that it was not comfortable for side sleepers.
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The Midtowner Hotel, SureStay Collection by Best Western
2.2/5107 Reviews
Sacramento
|2.74km from city center
It is 20 minutes walk from the center. The place is not the most scenic, literally over the head passes hyvey - a little tense noise at night. The motel is certainly not in the best state, but overall clean. And for its money is just a find for America! The truth is that because of this, there was a very fast contingent - some alcophriks and any non-reliable visitors. At the same time, a simple breakfast with a Swedish table was included for this money. What was on the menu: omlet, chicken sausages, Belgian waffles, yoghurt, two kinds of toasts and belongings to them, oven, coffee/tea/sok. There was a CFS nearby if you need to eat day or night. Parking is big and free. The manager is Russian-speaking.
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SureStay by Best Western Sacramento South Natomas
3.2/5100 Reviews
Sacramento
|5.27km from city center
The motel was in fair condition. I was worried about any homeless or questionable people but the motel was tucked in the back corner and I felt safe for the most part. It’s right next door to Black Bear Diner and near the freeway. Unfortunately they did NOT have a fridge or microwave.
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Holiday Inn Sacramento Downtown - Arena
4/5107 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|0.7km from city center
Comfortable room. Friendly, helpful staff. Best location in Sacramento. Everything is walkable. Good government rate. This is an old, 1970s building that has not been renovated since construction. The windows are original material. They do not seal. The room is a yellowish beige. There might be only two electrical plugs in the entire room, but none by the bed. Doors are original wooden material. Air conditioning keeps the room cool but not without a racket. I spent two days here in June. I slept comfortably. Plenty of hot water in the shower. Had parking been free this would be a four-star review.
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Extended Stay America Suites - Sacramento - South Natomas
2.5/5101 Reviews
Sacramento
|4.77km from city center
I have been a long-time resident, 2 1/2 years and I have not had any problems by other hotel guests or staff. Customer Service by the front office has always been great and helpful and James is very knowledgeable, helpful and doing a great job. It's unfortunate that the prior 2 guests were un- happy. This hotel is 100% safe, and there is no broken-down cars. I think since I have been here so long I would know what's going on around here. The only thing that could be changed is an update on the furniture. Other than that GREAT HOTEL!!
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Hilton Garden Inn Sacramento South Natomas
4.1/5106 Reviews
Sacramento
|3.64km from city center
The environment is beautiful, the health is not wrong, the sound is not good, the coughing and snoring next door, the breakfast waiter is particularly enthusiastic, the service is also thoughtful, the kind of American breakfast should have!
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Embassy Suites by Hilton Sacramento Riverfront Promenade
4.3/5104 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.11km from city center
In addition to breakfast, sausages, eggs, waffles, buns, cereals, milk, coffee, and fruit, as well as gourmet food made on-site, good food! The most want to say is that here and the Hilton on the edge of the airport, not comparable, but the price is almost! If you rent a car, get together for 10 minutes. The suite is two TVs, but watching TV sleeps does not interfere with each other! The bridge outside the window is golden! There is a microwave in the refrigerator, but it is not big.
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Red Roof Inn & Suites Sacramento North
2.3/5103 Reviews
North Highlands
Sacramento
|11.78km from city center
I wish I could rate Zero, or negative five. This place is absolutely DISGUSTING!! Racist, rude, lying, scamming, and definitely NOT following any sort of cleaning procedure at all. When I checked in there was still lipstick and jizz all over the sheets from the last people using the room. The hotel staff totally knew about it because the bed WAS MADE!!! But the sheets hadn’t been changed. The tub leaked, the light fixture looked like it was five seconds from falling off the wall, there were dirty dishes in the drawers, the floors left the bottoms of my feet black after walking on them, and when I asked for more towels, every single one had black smudges and fingerprints all over them, “clean” sheets were the same case. We saw them spraying everything with Clorox bleach spray in the laundry room so I doubt they wash anything properly. There were bedbugs and a huge bloodstain in the middle of the mattress, I SLEPT IN MY CAR EVERY NIGHT!! I checked out one night early because I couldn’t bear to go back another day. I took the front desk up to the room to see what I meant by how deplorable it was— they agreed and originally returned me my $100 deposit. Then five days later after I complained to corporate and wrote several scathing reviews they changed my file to say that I destroyed the room (even tho prior to my complains I had never been told this) and then charged me that $100 deposit. When I called back to ask why, they told me that magically five days after I left they noticed I destroyed the room so they had to charge me, and if I didn’t understand maybe they should tell me in Spanish (because I have an Hispanic last name). This place’s unprofessional front desk staff has yelled at me, hung up on me, and lied to me, and they’ll do the same to you unless you show up with an hourly need and a drug dependency. DO NOT STAY HERE. Sleep in your car, you’ll be happier than I was because you didn’t have to pay almost $500 for it.
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Four Points by Sheraton Sacramento International Airport
4.1/5104 Reviews
Sacramento
|9.03km from city center
Very convenient, very close to the airport, not too noisy, and the whole is quite new, and found that the brand is generally good value for money, can live, and the price is reasonable, as long as the time set
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Governors Inn Hotel Sacramento
4.2/5116 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.76km from city center
Traumatizing experience do not stay Who likes to be woken up at 6:30 in the morning? How about being woken up by the sound of your door opening? We’ll that’s what happened to me on Oct 17. At 6:30am I am woken up by the sound of my hotel door opening. I sprint towards the door to slam it on the intruder and look through the peephole to watch the intruder scurry away with a cart of some sort. After calling the front desk, they said it was a “maintenance man.” What? Why? Also, why would the maintenance man run away down the hall? Though I was furious l, I was equally tired. Without a deadbolt, I resorted to pushing furniture against the door to feel safe. I felt like a kid practicing for what to do in a school shooting. Fast forward to 10:30am. At checkout, I explained that someone came in my room, unannounced at 6:30. All I was given was “the maintenance guy made a mistake and went in your room.” No empathy. No sorry. No anything. I will never stay at this place ever again. The experience was horrible. The staff lacked empathy and responsibility for their actions. Don’t stay here.
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Larkspur Landing Sacramento-An All-Suite Hotel
3.8/5110 Reviews
Sacramento
|6.76km from city center
Great place to stay if going to the eye doctor very close to them and railys in walking distance has very good breakfast in the am
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Element Sacramento Airport
4.6/586 Reviews
Sacramento
|6.33km from city center
符合心裏要求。
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SpringHill Suites Sacramento Natomas
3.9/5107 Reviews
Sacramento
|3.65km from city center
This is the worst Marriott hotel I have ever stayed in. It is in a good location, not far from the airport and the California Capitol, but the service is extremely poor and the attitude is stubborn. No breakfast will be provided during the epidemic. I will not inform you about other Marriott hotels I have stayed in. There is no breakfast dine-in, but breakfast package is provided.
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Motel 6 Sacramento, CA - Old Sacramento North
3.3/5101 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.82km from city center
Sacramento can be a somewhat difficult place for overnight travelers on a budget. This Motel 6 has been around for a while and has gone through some changes over time. One of the major changes is security. There's a high fence around it with key access gates to keep out non-guests. There are a lot of homeless and other questionable types wandering the area. The lobby is locked and guests register at an outside window which can take a very long time and is very uncomfortable on a typically hot afternoon in Sacramento. Registration procedures seem to take forever and require a bunch of identification for all guests in each room you book, signed and initialed agreements to policies, a $100 damage deposit for each room and on and on. As we were registering, the line of those waiting to register got longer and longer, most of them sweating in the bright afternoon sun. Not good. The rooms were OK, but not really up to Motel 6 standards. They were clean but worn, scratches on the furniture and sink countertop, light fixtures not complete, electrical outlets not working, etc. No tv remote in room, got one from the office. It didn't work. The beds, however, were excellent and very comfortable. Our rooms were on the I-5 side of the building -- the freeway is probably no more than 50 feet away from the building if that. The roar of traffic is constant. One night, some kind of construction was taking place on the freeway right outside our window. It was loud and went on till about 4 am. Not good. Staff was friendly and tried to be helpful, but they are behind protective glass, it's difficult to communicate, and the check in procedures are complicated and time-consuming. There must be a way to make it better, easier on staff and guests alike. Staff was pleasant and tried to
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Hampton Inn & Suites Sacramento at Csus
4.5/5110 Reviews
Sacramento
|6.83km from city center
My husband & I recently stayed overnight to see KISS at the Aftershock Festival at Discovery Park. We were very pleased. The Hotel is clean, modern & bright. Hotel is next to the Freeway but we hardly noticed any noise. The complimentary breakfast was good, something for everyone, fresh fruit, toast, bagels, cereal, eggs, potatoes, sausage, make your own waffle station, juice & coffee. We felt very safe as it is near an industrial area and we noticed a few unhoused individuals nearby. The property is fenced & gated. You must scan your room key at the front door to enter the Hotel at night. They also have a security guard from 6pm-6am. There was a nice looking pool but we didn't get a chance to use it. The only downside was there's no food/restaurants nearby and they do charge for parking, $8.50/night, but that's not bad. They do offer snacks & beverages for purchase in the Lobby and there's always UberEats. Another Hotel is being built nextdoor, so maybe a few food places will be built in the future. We will definitely stay again. Farrah & Lorena at the front desk were awesome. The were very welcoming, friendly and answered all our questions regarding ordering an Uber, parking & breakfast hours.
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Hyatt Centric Downtown Sacramento
4.3/5107 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|0.42km from city center
Overall: would stay again! Nice hotel, room, bar, food, very convenient location. LOCATION: Convenient! Right next to DOCO and the Golden 1 Center. Old Sac is a few minutes walk away. Public transport nearby. HOTEL: The decor was a lovely, sophisticated, modern take on various historical periods. Music is a theme, nodding to the historic past of the building. Balcony bar - Art Deco. Clean, eye-catching, charming. Emerald velvet chairs and gold-toned metal accents, whimsical 1920’s & ‘30’s music playing overhead, and servers dressed in simple roaring ‘20’s attire. Menu: Small bites. Phyllo baked brie, oysters, ahi poke, short ribs, Asian lettuce wraps, and more. 1st floor restaurant - “7th Street Standard”, is the name. Bright & elegant with simplicity. This restaurant can be a standalone; it’s better than a “hotel restaurant” in food quality, artistry, and presentation. Didn’t eat here this time, but have before. I recall everything being good! Great drinks last time!! Had happy hour drinks this time ($10), still great! Handcrafted, fresh, subtle sweetness for balance, nothing syrupy or fake-colored (reg price $15). Happy hour food and drinks available 3-6pm. Full menu includes trout, salmon, pork belly, and other goodies. ROOM: I like the decor. The lamps were cool: gold dipped bulbs, bronze-colored cones, retro meets are deco feel. There’s a handy motion-censored light under the bathroom vanity when you don’t want to turn on a bright light at night, light-framed mirror for easy getting ready, spacious bathroom. Views from my particular room were not worth seeing. Good blackout curtains in-room, lots of natural light when open. Bathroom basics included: shampoo, conditioner, lotion soap. Not included: q-tips, cotton balls, etc. The mini fridge could fit some small leftover food boxes. Plenty of outlets near the bed. I don’t recall any food snacks offered for sale. $5 Fiji. Open rack closet, and drawers available. I believe my room was 320 sqft, with enough space to roll out a mat and do a room workout, if that’s your thing (or gym on 4th floor). AREA OFFERINGS: There’s a Starbucks Reserve steps from the hotel and many places to eat, drink & entertain within easy walking distance (steakhouse, bowling alley, movies, rooftop pool bar, beer vault, and SO much more!). While it’s a nice area (million-dollar condos and attractions next door), another block over in one direction becomes a not-so-nice area (homelessness and refuse), so just be mindful of what direction you’re heading, if that bothers you. PARKING: There are unattended daily parking lots right next to the hotel ($13-$16ish/10hrs), hourly metered parking, attended hourly/daily lots, valet ($40 seems to get you 2-day parking with in & out privileges; I valeted early evening, pickup needed before 2:45-ish a.m. on the third day). Valet had a very easy texting system. They texted me my valet ticket with a clickable link to call my car when desired. The link let me know the progress of my incoming car (“requested”, “on the way”, “ready”), so I knew exactly when I needed to head out and could enjoy my time until then. You can tip through the link, too.
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HI Sacramento Hostel
4.3/525 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|0.19km from city center
This price is still ok.
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Quality Inn & Suites
3.5/5104 Reviews
Downtown Sacramento
Sacramento
|1.82km from city center
DAYS INN should belong to an economic chain hotel in the United States, which is equivalent to our 7-day hotel. The reception desk is closed at night, and only a small lattice window CHECK IN is opened. The room is on the first floor, so the time is late, so I have no time to check the room and sleep. Yes, but there is a mobile cooler in the room, I can't sleep because of the noise, it's a little hot when I turn it off, it's repeated several times, the experience is not very good, except for the price, other
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