Sacramento International Hostel
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Absolutely fantasic! I had a huge dorm, very comfy bed, great staff who are always up for a chat and recommendations, beautifully preserved mansion. Who doesn't want to stay in a Victorian style mansion?! Great common areas both new and old. Perfect, central location and really easy to get to from the highway.
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