Sheraton Redding Hotel At The Sundial Bridge

Redding, CA Hotel
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ChainMarriott International Hotels
BrandSheraton
Built
Renovated
Total Meeting Space1,700 sq. m
Guest Rooms130
820 Sundial Bridge Drive
Redding, CA 96003

Need Dates

  • 01/19/201812/31/2018

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Service
  • Luggage Storage
  • View (Garden)
  • Voicemail Box

Facilities

  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rental Car Service
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Services

  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool

Venue Accessible By

  • Taxi

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space1,700 sq. m
Meeting Rooms4
Largest Room1,579 sq. m
Second Largest Room372 sq. m
Meeting Rooms
Room Size
Ceiling Height
Room Dimensions
Maximum Capacity
U-Shape
Banquet Rounds
Cocktail Rounds
Theater
Classroom
Boardroom
Ballroom
372sq. m--350------
Shasta Boardroom
45sq. m---------
The Club Lounge
103sq. m---------
Sierra Pacific Oak Hall
1,579sq. m6 m-1,307-1,307--1,214-
Zubie's Classroom
195sq. m3 m-50----50-
Mill Building
139sq. m6 m--------

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms130
Suites6

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Local Attractions

WaterWorks Park

Recreation
3 mi. away
WaterWorks Park is a waterpark amusement park in Redding, California. It opened in 1985. It includes several waterslides. It is located on Highway 299 and Interstate 5 on eight acres approximately seven miles from Lake Shasta
151 N Boulder Dr
Redding, CA, US 96003

Lassen Volcanic National Park

Recreation
47 mi. away
Lassen Volcanic National Park Lassen Peak last erupted between 1914 and 1917. It is a type of volcano called a plug dome volcano. These are formed by flows of thick, viscous lava that pile up around a vent. The flows themselves are not explosive, but they can cause an eruption when the lava cools and hardens, and pressure builds up from the molten lava inside the dome. Lassen Peak is one of the largest plug dome volcanoes on earth. During its last eruption, a large explosion shattered the dome causing hot blocks of lava to fall from the peak, creating the Devastated Area. Heat from the molten rock beneath Mount Lassen drives Lassen Volcanic National Park’s many hydrothermal features. These include mud pots, boiling pools and steam and volcanic gas vents called fumaroles. Today Lassen Peak is quiet, and scientists keep a close eye on it to assure the safety of the public. Visitors can hike to the top of Lassen Peak on a five-mile, three to five-hour trek that climbs 2,000 feet. The panoramic views from the summit are stunning and well worth the effort it takes to get there. Winter offers many opportunities for playing in the snow, including a ranger-led snowshoe program.

Cascade Theatre

Theater
3 mi. away
The Cascade Theatre is a prominent example of the Art Deco style in Redding, California. The cinema was designed by J. Lloyd Conrich of San Francisco in 1934 for the Naify family, who operated the Golden State Theaters chain of movie theaters in northern California, which later became the United Artists Theaters. The new cinema was built in 1935 by Salih Brothers and opened on August 9 with 1348 seats. It was the first air conditioned public building in Redding. In 1979 the large house was subdivided into four smaller theaters, and in 1997 it closed.[2] The Cascade Theatre reopened in 2004 after it was purchased by Southern Oregon University and the JPR Foundation. The house was restored to its original configuration and it is used as a community auditorium and arts center.
1731 Market St
Redding, CA, US 96001

Whiskeytown :ale and Water Falls

Recreation
22 mi. away
Whiskeytown Lake and Water Falls Waterfalls, old-growth forests, historic landscapes and sweeping vistas are just a few of the gems you’ll encounter in the recreation area surrounding the Whiskeytown Reservoir. While most tourists come to Whiskeytown for water recreation, the park also boasts a 70-mile trail system, including four waterfalls. The best time to visit the falls is in the spring when the waters are running high from winter snow melt. If you’re looking for an on-the-water experience, plan a visit to the Whiskeytown Reservoir. You can put in your boat at one of three launches or rent pontoons, canoes, kayaks and other fishing crafts from the Oak Bottom Marina. Adventures, excursions, and kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals can also be arranged in advance through Headwaters Adventure Company in Redding. The water is perfect for swimming, and fishing prospects include rainbow and brown trout, largemouth and smallmouth bass, spotted bass and kokanee salmon. If you’re observant, you’ll spy bald eagles that breed in the area, and mountain lions, black bears, blacktail deer, and turtles are always on the prowl.

Mt. Shasta Mall

Shopping
2 mi. away
The region's premier shopping center conveniently located in Redding, CA, 170 miles north of Sacramento. The center features Macy's, JCPenney, Sears and Old Navy plus over 80 specialty stores & services. The fabulous food court serves up delicious meals and treats for every taste, in addition to, Round Table Clubhouse, Panda Express and Outback Steakhouse.
900 Dana Dr
Redding, CA, US 96003

Redding Civic Auditorium

Convention Center
5 minutes away
Redding Civic Auditorium Catch a show, concert, or convention at the Redding Civic Auditorium! Just steps away from the hotel, this 2,000 seat venue is the perfect place watch your favorite performers. The event schedule is full of comedy, performances, and events like Redding Beer Week.

McArthur Burney Fals

Recreation
64 mi. away
McArthur Burney Falls Amid evergreen forests within the Cascade Range and Modoc Plateau is the McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park. The second oldest state park in California is home to the amazing 129 ft. spring-fed Burney waterfall. If you make the trek here, you won’t be disappointed by what President Theodore Roosevelt called the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” Springs above and at the falls consistently pump over 100 million gallons a day into the basin below, so it’s a great place to cool off even during dry summer months. It’s a short, easy walk to the base or a 1.3-mile trail that circles the falls, but you can also get a great view straight from the parking area! With over 5 miles of trails to explore by foot, bike or horseback, it’s a nature lovers paradise.

Sacramento River Trail

Recreation
5 minutes away
Sacramento River Trail First class destination for hikers, bikers, runners and walkers. Just a few steps away from the infamous Sundial Bridge and Turtle Bay Exploration Park. The capstone of this system is the 11-mile long Sacramento River Trail. Although this trail is near downtown Redding, it is a true nature walk with the river on one side and lush forests on the other. There are markers along the path that provide historical background. The Sacramento River Trail connects to the Sacramento Rail-Trail, a paved track running an additional 7 miles north to Shasta Dam.

Parking

  • Complimentary Parking

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The Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge has been thoughtfully designed to complement the natural beauty of the adjacent Turtle Bay Exploration Park and the Sacramento River nearby. Also steps away are the Redding Civic Auditorium, the world-renowned Sundial Bridge, and the McConnell Arboretum & Botanical Gardens. Head west to visit Whiskeytown Lake or north to experience Shasta Lake. Sacramento (SMF) and Reno-Tahoe (RNO) International Airports are 152 and 199 miles away, respectively.

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High Season
Jun 1 – Aug 31
Shoulder Season
Sep 1 – Oct 31
Mar 1 – May 31
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