0.51km from J.CrewThe DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sacramento is a full-service environmentally friendly hotel in Sacramento near Arden Fair Mall and Cal Expo, home of the California State Fair. Centrally located to all of the exciting attractions and happenings in Sacramento our Cal Expo hotel is within walking distance to the region's largest shopping mall, Arden Fair, featuring over 165 specialty stores including Macy's, Nordstrom, and more. Conveniently located off Business 80 the hotel is just 5 minutes from downtown Sacramento, the State Capitol, Sacramento Convention Center, and Old Town Sacramento. Hop on our complimentary three-mile radius shuttle to explore the surrounding area. If you prefer to drive yourself, you can be sure that we provide convenient, ample hotel parking.Whether you are planning a corporate meeting, convention or social event, our hotel in Sacramento, CA offers the ideal venue with three dedicated ballrooms, perfect for a sophisticated wedding ceremony or reception. Our outdoor space also provides a picturesque setting for a romantic event in the California sunshine. Let our talented sales and catering team assist in helping to plan every detail of your event. Find convenience and comfort in our modern 24-hour business center with complimentary amenities, and our spacious in-room work spaces with high-speed internet access (fees apply).The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Sacramento looks forward to welcoming you to Sacramento, California with warm hospitality and our signature chocolate chip cookie.
0.79km from J.CrewNeeded an unexpected stay in Sacramento and thought a brand name like Hilton would offer a certain level of quality. Turns out as with a lot of hotels they make the lobby look good in photos and then let the rest slide. The room was around $160. It was fairly comfortable but had enough wrong with it that I wanted to write this review to let other travellers know what to expect: Even in this time of COVID, and departure some ‘clean guarantee’ partnership with Lysol, there were greasy finger marks all over our glass window, which just made us wonder what else hadn’t been cleaned. The bathroom toilet seat was loose and sliding all over the place. Despite being non-smoking our room smelled of stale cigarette smoke and worse the corridor smelled of weed and it would occasionally blow through our air vent, assumedly from neighbouring rooms. A power outlet by our TV was broken. The lock on the toilet door was broken. Even the phone in our room didn’t work so I had to call in our food order from my cell phone. The biggest disappointment was that the pool was freezing cold, too cold to swim in, even though it was like 80° outside. While I’m sure the hotel can’t control the weather, I would at least have hoped it would be a heated pool.... So all in all not the worst hotel ever but still failing in some pretty simple areas, which concerns me as to the work culture of this hotel and in fact Hilton as a company. Hope they can improve some of this stuff in future, or charge less money. For $160 we could’ve stayed 2 night at a Day’s Inn or similar that would’ve offered an equal level of quality.
0.91km from J.CrewThe location is good, close to large shopping malls, Macy's department store, and movie theaters. Walk about 10 minutes. The hotel has a kitchen and provides kitchen supplies for cooking. The service staff was friendly and transferred to a sunny room.
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1.37km from J.CrewI wanted something between a cheap motel and a really expensive hotel and found Arden Acres. Price was mid-range and good for what you got. Description in ads is a bit misleading, because they are not cottages but mobile homes converted for this purpose. Mine was nice and has everything for a longer stay (I was only there 2 nights): kitchen, living space, etc. TV was a bit confusing to access (mixed messages onscreen about cable or direct TV), but there were TVs in living area and bedroom. Adequate dishes for a stay, but they expect guests to dump their own trash and garbage, which may not be close to your "cottage." Nice outdoor recreation area with games and BBQ. Gated facility, but not in a great area and gate can be easily bypassed. Locks on units could easily be compromised, so I didn't feel entirely safe. BIG QUIBBLE: NO HAIR DRYER! And no mention in advertising to bring your own! Stingy with towels and amenities (shampoo, etc.), although I presume one could ask for more if needed. Better to bring what you need. Parts of unit were not updated or maintained and showed how old the mobile home is, cleaning could have been better in some spots. The only staff I saw was the person who brought me a key to lock the unit. Almost felt like staff was avoiding contact. Some pets allowed with additional fee. Some parts of ratings were a "2", some a "4", but all-in-all, I would go back.
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1.42km from J.CrewConvenient eating nearby, good environment, large room, simple self-cooking kitchen, good service attitude, the disadvantage is that the sofa bed is very uncomfortable, the refrigerator is a bit loud
1.57km from J.CrewProperty Location With a stay at Lexington Inn & Suites - Sacramento Cal Expo in Sacramento (North Sacramento), you'll be convenient to Arden Fair Mall and Cal Expo. This hotel is within close proximity of California State University Sacramento and Mercy General Hospital.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 128 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Don't miss out on recreational opportunities including an outdoor pool and a spa tub. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in the lobby.Dining A complimentary continental breakfast is included.Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Free self parking is available onsite.You must present a photo ID when checking in. Your credit card is charged at the time you book. Bed type and smoking preferences are not guaranteed.Your reservation is prepaid and is guaranteed for late arrival. The total charge includes all room charges and taxes, as well as fees for access and booking. Any incidental charges such as parking, phone calls, and room service will be handled directly between you and the property.
1.66km from J.CrewTownPlace Suites Sacramento is next to the Cal Expo and Interstate 80. It offers a heated outdoor pool and rooms with 27-inch LCD TVs and well-equipped kitchens. Wi-Fi is free.Rooms at TownePlace Suites Sacramento Cal Expo have premium bedding and a large work space. Kitchens include a fridge, stovetop and microwave. The LCD TV has cable and HBO channels.Guests can relax with free coffee by the lobby fireplace. TownePlace Suites Sacramento Cal Expo also has a gym and a lounge area with plenty of seating.The Market at TownePlace Suites Cal Expo stocks a selection of snacks and beverages. Barbeque facilities are also on site.The American River Parkway and Arden Fair are 10 minutes’ walk away. Sacramento International Airport is a 13-mile drive from TownPlace Suites Sacramento.
1.71km from J.CrewThis hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with a HD flat-screen TV, a café serving a healthy breakfast and an outdoor pool. Laundry facilities are available. Sacramento Zoo is 6 miles away.Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Cal Expo’s rooms are fitted with cable TV, Pay TV and a mini-fridge. Basic cutlery and a tea/coffee maker are provided for each room.Guests can make use of the well-equipped fitness center or on-site hot tub. Towels are provided for the heated swimming pool.Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Cal Expo is 5.5 miles away from Old Sacramento. Arden Fair Mall is a 5-minute drive away.
1.76km from J.CrewLocated on the Sacramento Riverfront Park, the Fairfield Inn Sacramento Cal Expo offers an outdoor swimming pool, a gym and a hot tub. The hotel offers a Courtyard Panini Grill restaurant.All spacious units at the Fairfield Inn feature a satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. Each unit is furnished with a well-lit work desk and chairs. All studios and suites feature luxury bedding with crisp linens, custom comforters and two kinds of pillows for a good night's rest.The Fairfield Inn Sacramento Cal Expo provides vending machines for guests’ use. It also offers coin-operated laundry service on site.Fairfield Cal Expo and Fair is just 4 miles from the Old Town Sacramento. Sacramento International Airport is a 20-minute drive away. Free on-site parking is available.
2.5km from J.CrewThe style of this hotel is a bit religious. There was some smell in the room, but after using the air freshener, it was all right. The restaurant is okay, with coffee, milk, juice, bread, fruit, yogurt, and you can also make your own waffles. The room was relatively spacious, and the large bed was very comfortable, but something happened to the last day. At night, a bug dropped from the ceiling, fell directly to the pillow, and was still crawling, which was disgusting. The next morning I communicated with the people in the hotel. The people in the hotel said that they would contact Ctrip and give me a statement, but I have n’t received it yet. This is not very satisfactory.
2.87km from J.CrewThis hotel is 6 miles from downtown Sacramento and 2 blocks from the Casino Royale. It offers an outdoor pool, gym, business center and rooms with flat-screen TVs.Holiday Inn Express Sacramento Cal Expo rooms include an iPod docking station, refrigerator and microwave. The rooms are equipped with a work desk and free Wi-Fi.The Sacramento Holiday Inn Express has a shuttle available through reservations. The hotel provides a hot breakfast for guests.The Holiday Inn Express is 4 miles from the Cal Expo. The Sacramento Airport is within a 25-minute drive of the hotel.
2.91km from J.CrewThe rooms are in good condition
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This was my base of operation during a trip to CA during the major COVID-19 outbreak on the west coast. It is in a great locations with numerous restaurants within 2 blocks of the hotel, good fast food, good sit-down restaurants and some stores for groceries. Easy access to stores and Freeways. The rooms are very nice and provide excellent desk area for business travelers. Room includes a refrigerator, coffee maker, and newer beds. Very comfortable room and good controls for heat and AC. During the virus outbreak the maid service was willing to work with me to NOT clean my room daily but do a complete exchange of towels and take my trash. It saved us both any cross contamination. The housekeeping staff was terrific! The hotel has free parking, secure outer doors, and very nice hotel. The virus required the hotel to only provide Grab-n-Go bags for breakfast which had to be eaten in the rooms. Sadly, I felt the food was much too limited. I asked for an extra muffin and yogurt and was told only one per person. In this normal "buffet hotel for breakfast" it would seem that they would make sure we got a decent amount of foods. Additionally, due to the governor's orders, the fitness gym and pool were closed. I fully understand this and it was not a problem. Health was vital during this time. Overall, I would definitely stay here again and recommend it for the staff, the location, and the rooms. Although the hotel is very close to the landing and take-off patterns of SMF, it was never a sound that bothered me or could be heard, but I was on the east side of the hotel away from the airport.
Needed an unexpected stay in Sacramento and thought a brand name like Hilton would offer a certain level of quality. Turns out as with a lot of hotels they make the lobby look good in photos and then let the rest slide. The room was around $160. It was fairly comfortable but had enough wrong with it that I wanted to write this review to let other travellers know what to expect: Even in this time of COVID, and departure some ‘clean guarantee’ partnership with Lysol, there were greasy finger marks all over our glass window, which just made us wonder what else hadn’t been cleaned. The bathroom toilet seat was loose and sliding all over the place. Despite being non-smoking our room smelled of stale cigarette smoke and worse the corridor smelled of weed and it would occasionally blow through our air vent, assumedly from neighbouring rooms. A power outlet by our TV was broken. The lock on the toilet door was broken. Even the phone in our room didn’t work so I had to call in our food order from my cell phone. The biggest disappointment was that the pool was freezing cold, too cold to swim in, even though it was like 80° outside. While I’m sure the hotel can’t control the weather, I would at least have hoped it would be a heated pool.... So all in all not the worst hotel ever but still failing in some pretty simple areas, which concerns me as to the work culture of this hotel and in fact Hilton as a company. Hope they can improve some of this stuff in future, or charge less money. For $160 we could’ve stayed 2 night at a Day’s Inn or similar that would’ve offered an equal level of quality.
Its the standard Residence Inn setup with a sitting area, full kitchen (including dishes, pots and pans, etc...) and a comfy king size bed. It was a little bit difficult to find as mapping took us to a shopping center. You have to look for the signs as its located behind the shopping center and borders the freeway. Even with the room facing the freeway, there was no road noise in the room. With covid happening, the staff all wore masks and socially distanced, plus breakfast was in take out bags (which were surprisingly good). Breakfast bags included hardboiled egg, muffins, granola bars, fruit, yogurt, juice plus cereal and milk. I also used disinfecting wipes to wipe down the surfaces in the room so that I could feel more comfortable. The place did feel like it was pretty full and there were lots of kids at the pool - so we avoided that area. We like to be able to cook for ourselves and to have a place to sit other than the bed to watch tv. Being able to bring our dog was also a big plus, so we would stay here again.
The hotel is relatively simple and cheap. The front desk was more enthusiastic. The hotel was not equipped with breakfast, so why did it all disappear. The beauty at the front desk told us that coffee and tea were served at 6:30 in the morning, which made us a little surprised. Fast food is not far away, and supermarkets are not far. There is free parking. Close to the road, a bit noisy at night. But people who sleep well are not affected.
We were driving through on our way back to Portland in our RV and needed a place to stay with AC. There were 7 of us and 2 dogs, so we booked a 2 bedroom room. I missed that it was not pet-friendly, so my oldest son stayed in the RV with the dogs. I wasn’t acknowledged as a Hilton Honors member (not a big deal) and had to ask for the free waters (we were parched). But the front desk staff was very helpful in advising us that we could plug our RV in overnight. Unfortunately, none of the amenities were open so my son had to make due with ‘swimming’ in the bathtub. The normal hot breakfast was not available- I’m sure that was noted on the website somewhere when I booked it, but was a bit disappointed to not have that nice hot breakfast. They did have bag breakfasts that could be eaten in your room- muffin, frozen breakfast sandwich, yogurt and spoke and juice. For a quick overnight stay, it is very convenient to the interstate. There is a Safeway and several restaurants within walking distance and the regular amenities available (not during the shutdown). Would definitely stay again.
Very clean rooms and lobby is nice. Great staff
The last time we stayed it it was a lovely experience we had no complaints that's why we're back again you guys are great thank you can't wait to see you again
I want to say that front desk lady named DEBBIE is a perfect example of EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE. Even after the ongoing epidemic of COVID19, she took the time to educate me and my family about their app that can help me save 40% off for my long term stay and even gave me step by step instructions on how to get the discount. It may not seem a lot but for myself, my employment was affected by the epidemic, I have to stretch whatever money we do have and with the information she gave me it will definitely help my situation alot. THANKS DEBBIE.
American breakfast, the room is clean and comfortable, in addition to the big bed, there is a sofa bed. Can sleep four people, only two copies of breakfast. Don't make a double breakfast, four people go to eat this kind of thing. There is a charge for adding breakfast.
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.
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
I have stayed here a handful of times when I am in town for quick business. Nothing fancy but does the job. Great and convenient location. Parking is first come first serve however, I have never had a problem finding a spot but just know it's not guaranteed! My biggest gripe would be the beds. They just really aren't that comfy. And one of the rooms I got had a lopsided bed making me fee inverted. The highlight of this place though and why I am even taking a moment to review is because of the amazing breakfast attendant, Marlynn! If it weren't for her, I probably wouldn't have come back. She is attentive, hospitable, super friendly and talkative, and just an all around joy to be around. Her spirit is infectious! Such a rarity in this world. Marlynn, I hope you are doing ok during these really trying times! Anyway, If you are in town, make sure you check this place out or at least go say hi to Marlynn! Trust me, you will be glad you did!
This place was so above the top. All there employees from the front desk to housekeeping were so professional yet so very kind. They made our experience above and beyond Special. There Continental Breakfast was so good a huge assortment of top brand food available. The rooms were so clean (as the old saying goes.. You could have eaten off the floor LOL) My Husband said we have now finally found the place we are always going to stay when in Sacramento visiting Family. We were just there and it is decorated so Beautifully for the Holidays we took picture in front of all the decorations. Close by to resturants, grocery stores and other types of shopping, We walked where ever we needed to go. I personally want to Thank Everyone who works there for making our Christmas with our Daughter such an amazing time. We will be back. Oh and there cookies they put out at night are freshly baked Yum. You can't go wrong if you stay here. :) P.S. Thank You Erica you made this little old lady so happy. Merry Christmas to all of you at Larkspur Landing :)
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.
Breakfast is delicious and you can do it yourself. The house is spacious, and the lobby is stocked with simple drinks and fruits every day.
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
I never write reviews, but my experience at this place was so bad I have to warn people about this place. I booked a room for me and my father for three days with a late check-out. The next day my brother arrived to pick up my father. My brother knocked on the door and the phone rang immediately, it was the employee at the front desk saying my brother needed to leave, we can't have guests. My father told the employee my brother literally just knocked on the door and he wasn't staying. The employee at the front desk was very rude and disrespectful and said if my brother didn't leave immediately he would call security. My dad asked what he would be calling security for, because someone knocked on a door? The employee at the front desk then said we could not stay there anymore and had to leave, and called security. When I called and spoke to the employee on the phone I requested a refund for a portion of what I paid if he was going to make us leave, and he said he was not going to refund my money, he was disrespectful and hung up in my face. When I went to the office to talk to him I received the same attitude and he turned his back on me. After this incident I read reviews on about this place on multiple sites and they have done this before to others. This is something they do to many guests, all my brother did was simply knock on the door. I am 7 1/2 months pregnant and was kicked out of a room I paid for because my brother came and knocked on the door. Unbelievable. On top of that it is falsely advertised as having a continental breakfast. It DOES NOT. What was given was a banana, danish, or small cupcake. There were also cigarette burns in the comforter. Beware. Do not stay at this place unless you want to be monitored, harassed, and disrespected.
I really like this westin, located by the river, docked a lot of boats, there is a seafood restaurant downstairs. The location is convenient, the service is justified, the front door is still warm, the room and the bathroom are not small, watching the sunset on the balcony at night, it feels great.
The style of this hotel is a bit religious. There was some smell in the room, but after using the air freshener, it was all right. The restaurant is okay, with coffee, milk, juice, bread, fruit, yogurt, and you can also make your own waffles. The room was relatively spacious, and the large bed was very comfortable, but something happened to the last day. At night, a bug dropped from the ceiling, fell directly to the pillow, and was still crawling, which was disgusting. The next morning I communicated with the people in the hotel. The people in the hotel said that they would contact Ctrip and give me a statement, but I have n’t received it yet. This is not very satisfactory.
Parking costs $ 12 and everything else is fine.
I would like to thank Extended Stay of America on Northgate Boulevard for the excellent service forgiving me clean towels at breakfast and great customer service thank you very much bye also for being pet friendly I give them a 10 all the
The neighborhood less than desirable and you probably do not want to go on a evening walk. That being said, the ownership of this particular establishment has done a wonderful job remodeling as well as keeping the guest safe. If you are looking for Budget accommodations in Sacramento during convention season I would give this a try. It is worth your time and also priced Right. Bravo.
The rooms are in good condition
The Inn is located convient to the Capital and the waterfront in an older part of Sacramento. The staff is friendly and helpful. There are only a few rooms, and they are beautifully decorated and comfortable with all the amenities. The breakfasts were good, but cost a little extra. I enjoyed the Inn and would go back. The bedrooms are on the second floor, so if you have difficulty with stairs, you might find them a little challenging, but for us, it was perfect.
I wasn’t crazy about the five people they were hanging out in the lobby. I guess that they were guests, but wasn’t really sure. Like other reviewer’s have said the parking lot is extremely small. I was not crazy about my room being on the ground floor, but for one night I made due. The bathroom mirror is horrible. I forgot to take a picture of it. I had to iron my Regal church and the ironing board cover is garbage. The iron was put away with the water reservoir full and the plug on it was left open and I did not realize it and I picked it up and spilled water all over myself and the carpet after just getting out of the shower. My wife remarked that there were bare wires hanging out of the ceiling in the “sitting area.” Upon pulling the iron off of the shelf in the closet I realize to what the iron was sitting up against. It was the smoke detector and the battery back up that belong to hanging from those wires in the ceiling that was in the closet laying on the shelf behind the iron. Needless to say I’m not crazy about staying in a place that takes fire safety and throws it out the window. Somebody in housekeeping had to know that that was not up there and I feel quite sure they told somebody at the front desk and they drop the ball. The photos depicting that room are also misleading. They make the room look longer and deeper than it really is. It is bigger than a standard room, but not as big as I thought it was going to be. I will never understand why a chain decides to use curved shower rod assemblies and then allow that rod to sag. We did not even have time to turn on the television, go look at the pool, or any other amenities.
Big, bright, high-ceilinged lobby and bkfst room Wonderful breakfast (best scrambled eggs I've had in years) with many selections. Cheerful and professional staff. Lots of parking, including a few wider-than-usual spots on right side of the hotel (as you're facing it), and an overhang for N. Calif's hot and sunny days — of which there will be many this year, given the winter-long drought the area has already faced. Beautiful enclosed conference room right off the lobby. Big rooms, great beds, and large, open closets with shelves — great when one has much luggage, as we do. Two downsides, neither of which diminishes the enjoyment to any real degree: The place has only THREE of those dinky, nearly useless airport-style 3-wheel zippy luggage carts — insufficient for a large, often packed, 4-story hotel. We got in at 8 p.m. and (not unexpectedly), all three carts had been taken and hoarded in rooms by selfish guests. A front-desk person helpfully fetched the kitchen serving cart and directed us to the back of the hotel, quite near our first-floor room — facilitating a less painful unloading than we would have endured. (Come on, GM — thumb your nose at corporate management and also have at least one larger, "regular" cart — with hard-rubber tires, please — available for guests with lots of luggage. Keep it out of sight if need be, and have it for those who really need it. And neither my wife nor is is fond of the new-style-HGI rolling bathroom door, which I guess some designer figured would be appreciated because the door does not swing out into the ROOM's entry door. True, but "regular" doors offer much more privacy. Overall, though, a first-class place.
I wanted something between a cheap motel and a really expensive hotel and found Arden Acres. Price was mid-range and good for what you got. Description in ads is a bit misleading, because they are not cottages but mobile homes converted for this purpose. Mine was nice and has everything for a longer stay (I was only there 2 nights): kitchen, living space, etc. TV was a bit confusing to access (mixed messages onscreen about cable or direct TV), but there were TVs in living area and bedroom. Adequate dishes for a stay, but they expect guests to dump their own trash and garbage, which may not be close to your "cottage." Nice outdoor recreation area with games and BBQ. Gated facility, but not in a great area and gate can be easily bypassed. Locks on units could easily be compromised, so I didn't feel entirely safe. BIG QUIBBLE: NO HAIR DRYER! And no mention in advertising to bring your own! Stingy with towels and amenities (shampoo, etc.), although I presume one could ask for more if needed. Better to bring what you need. Parts of unit were not updated or maintained and showed how old the mobile home is, cleaning could have been better in some spots. The only staff I saw was the person who brought me a key to lock the unit. Almost felt like staff was avoiding contact. Some pets allowed with additional fee. Some parts of ratings were a "2", some a "4", but all-in-all, I would go back.
In the later Yellowstone Park, you must live here, Jackson Town, where the air is fresh and pleasant, the bathroom is big, and the room is also very hygienic. You must stay here next time.
This Fairfield was one of three Marriott Hotels I stayed in three nights in a row and by far the worst. The front desk person was not wearing a mask against Corona Virus as recommended. The room was out dated, there was a six inch crack in the bathroom sink, dirt under the sink on the floor. The top of the furniture near the TV was damaged and looked shabby. The small tv and remote were way outdated and the remote a pain to use. Worst of all there was a yard maintenance person working in the parking lots around the hotel making a significant amount of noise with various equipment like hedge trimmer and commercial leaf blower. My wife and I were really tired from long drives and had the window open for some fresh air while we tried to relax but this noise was really annoying and continued well beyond any reasonable time and likely violated local codes or noise ordinances. By 8 pm I had had enough and called the front desk to complain, something I have very seldom done in 20 + years of frequent travel. The guy at the front desk said he would check it out and call me back. He did that to report this yard maintenance person was in fact working for the hotel but there was nothing he could do about it and if he tried to it "Would make me(the front desk clerk) look bad." The leaf blower continued until 8:30 pm when the sun was setting. I am sure others in the hotel were also bothered by this racket. This response was pathetic and not at all the standard I have experienced with Marriott properties over the years. Clearly given this total lack of responsiveness to my complaint and the run down condition of the room, it likely means inadequate management of the facility. On the Marriott website they claim their are making an exceptional effort to clean and sanitize rooms during this pandemic, other than social distancing at check in, I saw no proof this hotel was doing so. This hotel is a "One and Done" for me, from now on will stay elsewhere in Sacramento and recommend you consider other accommodations as well. Simply not up to Marriott standards.
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