Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
Photos of Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center Sacramento
Travel Blogs from Sacramento
... Hiking and enjoying the cold fresh air in Carmichael, Yeffie Yeaw Natural Center
Preparing for our flight back to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
... with on here. One I will share though is that President Ronald Raegan, or maybe he was governor at that point, I don’t remember, practically saved the beautiful building from being demolished. It was horribly old and unsafe apparently, but he saw to it that the whole thing was redone and spiffing. Unfortunately due to the crumby oldness of its parts, everything pretty much had to be replaced. The only original piece of the building is the ...
... hence the loss of a day. We are flying Premium Economy ... couldn't justify the cost of Business Class! We will see if the upgrade helps with the long flight at all.
We will be spending a couple of days in Hong Kong and then fly to Beijing. We have a free day in Beijing before we join a Viking River Cruise tour. The tour is a 12 day combination land/river cruise. We will spend several days in Beijing, then fly to Xian to see the ...
... on the history of some of the wars & battles. We also walked downtown and explored the city of Sacramento, where many of the friends we are visiting this trip originally met.
Tomorrow we will head out for a day trip to visit another couple & their kids. Then go to Apple Valley and get some goodies! ...
... sale) and joined the rest of the crazies and wandered around. They have some very impressive old buildings that have been kept in very good shape. A very nice place!
From Bozeman we headed down to the Grand Tetons. We have spent several vacations exploring Yellowstone, but very little time exploring the Tetons, so we decided it was the Tetons’ turn. The place is absolutely gorgeous, but unfortunately for us, there was a major ...