Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel
Two nights in
My now wife and I stayed at the Sheraton Grand for our wedding downtown. We live in Sacramento but needed to be close to the ceremony and reception sites. We were very pleased with the hotel. My wife stayed in a suite and the men and I stayed in a regular room. The suite was extremely spacious and provided an excellent view of downtown Sacramento and J Street below. I did feel that the bathroom could have been nicer to compliment the rest of the room. My room was excellent. The carpet appeared to be fairly new and the comforter and down pillows were a dream come true. We all slept like babies here. I don't think I have ever slept so well at any comparably price hotel anywhere. All employees of the hotel were excellent in their customer service skills. I was extremely impressed. If you have to stay in downtown Sacramento and would like an outstanding hotel that is centrally located I would recommend the Sheraton. Bravo.
I stayed at the Grand Sheraton for the Cal State Fair. The hotel was very clean and the staff was very friendly. Since we are Starwood members we got to stay on the club floor which was very nice and the views from the room were great with oversized windows. The parking was a bit much with $21.00 for valet and $12.00 for self park, but other than that the hotel was very nice and I will stay there on my next Sacramento visit!
Awesome rate, Nice hotel
We stayed at the Sheraton Grand the first weekend of June 2004. We got an awesome $69 rate off of hotwire.com.
Overall, I was very pleased with the hotel. The lobby is very large and inviting. The room was spotless and nicely decorated. The bed was comfortable. The location of the hotel is also a plus. We bascially walked everywhere, including Old Sacramento, the mall, the Capitol, etc. Room service was also excellent and fast.
I have only two gripes. First, the housekeeping started very early in the morning and was very loud about knocking on doors and announcing "housekeeping." I think we were probably woken up around 8:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning from this. Second, the charges to use the high speed internet was somewhat outrageous. If I recall correctly it was like $20 for 24 hours. What a rip off.
Not withstanding those two negatives, I would def. stay here again, especially at that rate!
Great Buffet Breakfasts
We stayed in the Hotel for three nights in November last year and found it suitable to all our needs. The rooms were comfortable, with views of Sacramento, the staff were friendly, everything was ok. Would recommend but the hotel was a little pricey.
We stayed here for two nights recently. We found the hotel to be clean and comfortable and the service friendly and fast. The decor was pretty good, and the window seats provide a nice place to comfortably look out over Sacramento. The room service food was decent. As noted by another reviewer, there is no mini-bar or refrigerator.
Loved the Sheraton!
We just stayed this past weekend at the Sheraton. We were impressed with the ambiance of the Hotel, attentiveness of the staff and the tasteful decor. Our room was attractive and very clean. The beds and pillows super comfortable. Room service was prompt and the food cooked perfectly. We were so pleased we are making reservations at another Sheraton for a upcoming business trip. I operated my own bed and breakfast for 10yrs and often find myself disappointed in the cleanliness and attention to details in places we stay.I give high marks to the cleaning staff at The Sacramento Sheraton. Even the toilet paper was folded properly!!!!! On a previous visit to the area we had stayed at the Hyatt Regency around the corner from the Sheraton. The accommodations do not compare. When we visit the Sacramento the Sheraton will be our first choice.
Sacramento Sheraton Grand
They have marvelous beds but the rooms are very small. We stayed two nights and the coffee, water and other items were not replaced for the second day as other hotels do. No refrigerator or VCR. The desk attendants were very nice.
What a great visit!
My husband and I stayed here two separate nights over the Thanksgiving weekend this year, 11/26 and 11/29. I must say...what a great hotel! I moved away from Sacramento in 1998 before this hotel and the new Embassy Suites were built and I have to say that Sacramento has definitely taken a step in the right direction when it comes to downtown accommodations. Previously, you were stuck with the Hyatt unless you wanted to travel up towards Arden Fair Mall (and even then the Hilton and Doubletree are average at best) or stay in one of the older, more neutral motels downtown. Valet parking was very easy and check-in was also painless although, both nights it seemed as though the front desk people (different people each night) were rehearsing a pre-written speech...it didn't feel very personal, you know? The rooms were wonderful...the bed reminded me of that whole "Heavenly Bed" thing at Westin...comfy! The furnishings were nice and the window seat is a nice, homey touch. We were on the 20th floor facing west the first night and the 19th the second night, facing south. Our first night we ordered room service since it was 9 p.m., we were still on TX time and were starved. The food was delivered quickly and the server had a smile on his face. All in all, this was a great trip! We may try the Embassy Suites next time but this hotel is definitely at the top of our list when staying in Sacramento.
SERVICE GOOD, ATMOSPHERE - ??
The Sheraton was a little understaffed when we arrived but attempted to compensate for it. Staff was very attentive when they had the time.
Convenience store closed 2 hours early when we needed something from them.
Overall the ambiance was that of a warehouse. Not really warm and friendly. Rather stark.
Sheraton Grand Excellent Downtown Hotel
Up-to-date full service hotel downtown - blocks from Capitol. Have stayed there 3 times and have always had an excellent room and great service. Significantly better than the Hyatt Regency. Sheraton has a huge wide open lobby area with bar, restaurant, check in. Hyatt is chopped up and rooms are old.
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