Arden Fair Mall
| 2 Blocks
1689 Arden Way, Sacramento, CA 95815
One of Sacramento's largest malls. Home of Macy's, Nordstroms, and 165 specialty stores, over 35 dining options, and (2) movie complexes. This mall is walking distance to the hotel.
Cal Expo is the home of the State Fair and also provides expansive outdoor and indoor event space for shows and exhibits. Stables and horse track provide a great venue for livestock shows. Hotel within walking distance to venue.
Haggin Oaks Golf Course
| 5 Minutes
3645 Fulton Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95821
America's most awarded golf facility. Open for over 75 years.
Sacramento State Capital
| 5 Minutes
10th and L Streets State Capitol, Sacramento, CA 95814
Welcome to California!
At the State Capitol, the past, present and future of California interact with equal force. The building serves as both a museum and the state’s working seat of government. Visitors to the Capitol can at once experience California’s rich history and witness the making of history through the modern lawmaking process.
Take highway 160 into downtown and it is just 5 minutes away from the hotel.
Various entertainment clubs and restaurants are nestled in the downtown area.
The Railroad museum is a great destination to view the historic progression of the railroad system built in California during the Gold Rush. The museum is part of Old Sacramento and sits on the Sacramento River front. This is an ideal venue for off site receptions and events.
Old Sacramento sits on the water front of the Sacramento River and is a true gold mining town experience with cobble stones and wooden sidewalks. Visit the area restaurants and shops and experience a time gone by. The California Railroad museum is located at the entrance to the area.
| 10 Miles
3930 West Land Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95822
Open since 1927, the Sacramento Zoo is home to over 140 native, exotic and endangered species and is one of over 200 accredited institutions of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Located near the corner of Land Park Drive and Sutterville Road in Land Park, the Zoo is wholly managed by the non-profit Sacramento Zoological Society and provides an educational and recreational resource to the Sacramento Region.
| 10 Minutes
2701 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95816
In 1839 a Swiss immigrant named John Sutter received a land grant in the Sacramento Valley from the Mexican government. He used the land to create a flourishing agricultural empire and named it New Helvetia (New Switzerland.) This empire established Sacramento’s earliest settlement and the first non-Indian settlement in California’s Central Valley.
In 1847 Sutter sent aid to the Donner Party, a group of immigrants trapped in a winter storm in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Word spread and Sutter became known for his hospitality and for providing temporary refuge to travelers. This reputation made New Helvetia the destination for early immigrants to California.
Less than a decade after they were established, Sutter’s properties were overrun by gold seekers and the fort is all that remains of New Helvetia. It has been restored to its former state based on an 1847 map published in Darmstadt, Germany and is open daily for tours.
| 10 Miles
400 Ballpark Drive, West Sacramento, CA 95691
Raley field is home to the Sacramento River Cats, the minor league baseball team. The field sits along the majestic Sacramento River and also provides a great venue for outdoor concerts and events.
Sleep Train Arena
| 10 Minutes
1 Sports Parkway, Sacramento, CA 95834
Sleep Train Arena is home of the Sacramento Kings & many concerts and events.
Napa Valley is approximately 1 hour away from the hotel and provides the ultimate experience in wine tasting and culinary experience.
Lake Tahoe is within two hours of the hotel and provides a picturesque setting for outdoor activities, gambling and enjoying all that nature has to offer in the Sierra Mountains.
San Francisco, the gateway to the West is only a two hour drive from Sacramento. Enjoy the nightlife, cultural entertainment, sporting events or a day at the Wharf.
Yosemite National Park, one of the first wilderness parks in the United States, is best known for its waterfalls, but within its nearly 1,200 square miles, you can find deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias, a vast wilderness area, and much more.