Embassy Suites Sacramento - Riverfront Promenade
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... and so we went straight to the Capitol Building. Thinking we had strolled into an airport because of the amount of security checks we went through, we didn't know what to think of this building. It didn't grab our attention too much, it had a cool display of all the counties in the state of California, but the reconstructions of the Secretary of State Offices and so on didn't capture the imagination. So we swiftly moved on walking around the city, with ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Embassy Suites Sacramento - Riverfront Promenade
We (4 adults) stayed in a river view suite for a 3-day weekend. The room was good-sized, with plenty of seating for all. The sofa bed was the most comfortable pull-out I've ever encountered (this was amazing). If you need a rollaway, though, the room will be a bit cramped-- unless you can get a corner room, which some friends of ours had-- both the living room and the bedroom was MUCH larger. (I can't remember their specific room number, but it was the front corner by the river...)
We just returned with another family, from the Embassy Suites, near Old Town Sacramento. Both families are Hilton Gold VIP members, and usually get great treatment and accommodations at all Hilton and Hilton brand hotels...
Got "Walked" to the Embassy Suites
I had reservations for three nights at the Sheraton mid-July and advised them days before I would arrive late. When I got there, my room was no longer available and they "walked" me over to the Embassy Suites for the night. The staff was kind and helpful at 3AM! In the morning, I just made it to the dining area in time for the breakfast buffet. Yum! A vast array of hot and cold items with a wide selection of beverages. I thoroughly enjoyed my 9-hour stay at the hotel and the views of the L Street Bridge and Sacramento River from my windows beat the Sheraton's anyday!
Great stay at a great hotel
My wife and I stayed at the Sacramento Embassy Suites for one night on September 25, 2004. The happy hour was excellent, as was the breakfast buffet.
Our room was a standard suite, but was newer and much cleaner than others we're tried (i.e. Embassy Suites Tahoe).
The location is also desireable. The hotel overlooks the Sacramento River, and is just a short walk to Old Sacramento.
We'll be back, this time with the kids.
Very Nice Suite
We stayed at Embassy Suites January 3, 2004 and had a wonderful time.
The room is great and spacious; close to lots of fun in Old Sac, and the breakfast buffet the next moring was very nice. You could get a more expansive buffet for the same price at other places, but it was good.
The room was nice. The service and staff very friendly. Parking is kind of expensive when you consider tips and everything. The major detterent for this hotel is that when traveling with a family you factor in the breakfast as a major plus. The breakfast was AWFUL. During our vacation the continental breakfasts served at some of the Best Westerns we stayed at were better.
What a winner!
After trying another Sacramento hotel the day before my wife and I tried the Embassy Suites. From the valet parking to entering the lobby we felt we had made a smart move. Convenient checkin, nice complimentary cocktail hour, quiet and spacious room, fireworks just outside the window on a Sac Kings night, quiet night with central airconditioning a plus, full hot complimentary breakfast--hey, this was a great four days. Having tried other Sac hotels in the past we've finally found a winner.
Stayed in Sacramento last weekend with our 5 year-old and 7-year old for a family reunion. The room was great, the lobby is spectacular and roomy. With the water fountains and the natural lighting, we felt like we were outside, but the air was cool - as opposed to 100 degrees actual outside! The cooked-to-order breakfast and the nightly reception was so good and so much fun. If you're worried about train noise, get above the second floor - you can't hear it. Right across the street is old-town Sacramento, loved the shopping and the atmosphere. Ate at Joe's crab shack, way too much fun! Everything is within walking distance, including the state capitol.
Not with kids, LOUD
Nice room. But, loud train outside the window every hour made it impossible to put my toddler down for nap. Fire alarm went off at midnight, no apology, moved us to a quieter room on the other side of the hotel on the top floor and we could hear the freeway all day and night. Ok... if your never around but the parties are held in the middle of the hotel and we couldn't get away from the internal and external noise!
Loved the EmbassySuites
I would Recommend Embassy Suites to everyone. The full breakfast included in price was great, rooms had lots of space, loved the glass elevator and the lavishly decorated lobby, have to pay for parking though, wonderful indoor pool. We will definatley stay there again. Great for families! Loved it.