Well-placed Sacramento accommodation featuring good links to the Californian Capitals landmarks and sites
Set against its own private lake and fountain, the Radisson Hotel Sacramento offers city center accommodation ideal for those looking to spend a few days in the Californian capital on business or pleasure.
The 3-star establishment is located close to I-80 and the North Capital Freeway, making it an ideal destination for visitors arriving by car or flying into Sacramento International Airport.
The property features 306 guestrooms, all of which include a private en-suite bathroom. In-room amenities include flat-screen HD television (with cable channels and pay-per-view movies), coffeemaker, iron and ironing board, and complimentary high-speed internet access.
Guests staying in an upgraded business-class room will enjoy a host of additional features. These include upgraded bathroom amenities, daily newspaper delivery, in-room safe, iHome clock radio (and iPod dock), and complimentary breakfast and evening beverage.
Business guests can also utilize the hotels function spaces and rooms. Whether organizing a training event, presentation, seminar, conference, or a formal interview, the property is able to accommodate many needs, including the provision of business services and audio-visual equipment.
The hotel offers a number of dining and recreational options. Basils By the Lake offers Californian and Italian cuisine. Breakfast and lunch can be served outside in the scenic garden, whilst dinner should be consumed with a view of the picturesque lake and fountain.
Crocodiles, the hotels nightclub, provides a lively environment to enjoy a drink and dance. JavaCoast is suitable for guests in a rush, serving coffee, sandwiches, pastries, and other convenient foods.
Guests taking lodge at the Radisson Hotel Sacramentowill find the hotel conveniently positioned to enjoy the attractions and landmarks the city has to offer.
Sutters Fort and Old Sacramento offer visitors the chance to peak back in time and revisit some of the Californian capitals history. A number of historic buildings can still be seen today, whilst others, such as the Eagle Theatre (Californias first permanent theatre), have been renovated to resemble their original incarnation.
The city also houses a number of museums. These include the Sacramento History Museum, the Californian Automobile Museum, the California State Railroad Museum, the Crocker Art Museum, and the Governors Mansion State Historic Park. This latter has historically been home to 13 Governors of California, and can be visited via guided tour.
Sports fans visiting the city can head to the Power Balance Pavilion (formerly Arco Arena) which is home to the NBAs Sacramento Kings basketball team. The arena has historically been one of the loudest in the league. The Sacramento River Cats (a minor league Triple-A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics play atRaley Field, and have achieved success in recent years. The likes of soccer, football, and tennis can also be enjoyed.
Those preferring to take things a little easier can enjoy a stroll along the American River, and enjoy the greenery and picturesque sights found in the American River Parkway.
Guests staying at the Radisson Hotel Sacramento can also visit the downtown area for fine dining, vibrant bars, and excellent shopping, as well as make a trip to one of the citys many theatres.