SpringHill Suites by Marriott Sacramento Airport Natomas
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Historical Traveler Reviews SpringHill Suites by Marriott Sacramento Airport Natomas
Two thumbs up
Absolutely delightful. Extremely clean, comfortable and inviting.
It was exactly what I was looking for and at such a reasonable price, I was amazed that I actually DID get value for the money spent. I too had stayed at the Marriott Courtyard around the corner several times previously, and that's very good also, however, for all future Sacramento trips, Springhill Suites will be my 1st choice.
The staff were wonderful, very friendly, professional, humorous and willing to achieve any request presented to them.
The location is quiet and calming, exactly what I needed after a long, stressful work day.
Would I return.....I can hardly wait!
A huge thank you to all representatives at Spinghill Suites, Natomas, I appreciate your time, efforts and service.
I'll definitely recommend you to others at my Corporation.
Great family hotel
We had a wonderful stay here with our 2 kids. We stayed for 3 nights in July- didn't have any problems with corridor noise at all (we were on the first floor, down the hall from the lobby). I agree the lobby got crowded for breakfast, but hey, what would you expect when there is a free incredible breakfast available. There were eggs, sausage, cereal, yogurt, oatmeal, belgian waffles, etc. It was a great way to start the day. The free internet access in the rooms worked perfectly. It's a great location close to Hwy 5- didn't hear the traffic at all though. We would definitely stay here again.
Stayed at this hotel July 1st for one night. Hotel lobby\room was very clean. Desk service at check-in could pick up some customer service skills. I felt like she was busy and I was interrupting her (although I was the only one checking in at the time). Breakfast was good, but food area was very small and got crowded very quickly. The major problem was the corridor noise. You could hear the conversations of everyone that walked by the room and the worst thing about the hotel was that you could hear every door slam shut. I was awoken a couple of times during the late night and early morning to the sound of people shutting their doors. Overall, it's an OK hotel for the price (if you don't mind the corridor noise), but I certainly don't understand why people have been rating it so high.
Great Place to Stay
I used TripAdvisor to guide my decision to stay at Springhill Suites in Sacramento. It was a great decision.
I've never stayed at a Springhill Suites before but this stay has changed my mind. I'll look for them in the future. Room was very comfortable. Small kitchenette area, with refrigerator and microwave and a few paper plates supplied. Coffee pot and pretty decent coffee! Sitting area with sofa, chair, desk + chair. Bathroom was split, with sink in one area and closed area with toilet and shower. Great shower. Breakfast was very good, with hot options. Service was superb, with front desk manned by Avery. I'm sorry that I didn't get name of very helpful and friendly housekeeper. She was delightful. Can't beat the location. Just about a block from I-5. We were staying here to be close to Sacramento airport. I'd estimate it took us about 15 minutes to drive from hotel to airport (but, keep in mind, it was 6 a.m.!)
Complimentary Internet and Printing
This place was great and the other reviews really helped. I used my laptop and had free Internet access when I plugged my laptop into the lan cable in my room. I unplugged the cable and WOW - I also got wi-fi and a good signal at that on the 4th floor. They also use Print-Me which basically means that I upload a document that I want to print, then I go to the lobby and put in a code on a handheld device and it prints out my document onto their printer - all for free! I'm not a business guy, but I used mapquest and was able to visit great historical sites without having to ask for directions. The breakfast was excellent and I was able to make my own waffles and they had yogurt, fruit, cereal, sausage, eggs, juice, coffee and more. Their pool and jacuzzi are indoor which made it great because it was raining and miserable outside. The only mistake they made was that they picked up my daughter's bathrobe on accident and send it to the laundry with the towels. I talked to Tim, the manager, and he found it and had it ready for me in a couple of hours. Great service all around.
Pretty Good, Watch the A/C
We stayed at the Springhill Suites on Saturday, February 13, 2006. The upside to this hotel is that it offers rooms with two double beds and a sofa sleeper. This was perfect as we were three guys heading to Tahoe to do some skiing. Check-in was a breeze and the room was very nice and very clean. We spent less then seven hours there total. Breakfast in the morning was totally acceptable; make your own waffles, an unknown egg dish, sausages, cereal etc.
I did notice that internet was free in the lobby, and that they have a small workout room and an indoor pool, whirlpool, and laundry room.
The only drawback was that the air conditioner kept going off in the middle of the night, usually accompanied by a noise loud enough to wake us up. We eventually turned it off, and then it still went on by itself once, then shut completely off. This was in room 306.
We paid $84.00. Someone had got it on Priceline for $48.00, but we really needed three beds and I did not want to take the chance of getting the Courtyard.
Overall, we would stay here again.
Very inviting and comfortable
In every respect this is a wonderful suite hotel. Not only is it new and clean, the rooms are also very pleasant and comfortable in their architectural layout. You enter into an inviting small living room with sofa, armchair and work desk. A tiny but sufficient kitchenette is hidden in a corner (no utensils except for paper plates!). Our suite had a king size bed, obviously one of the new Marriott beds, because it was not saggy in the center (as were most of their old beds). Climate controls are better than in most hotels and heating/AC unit very quiet but efficient. My favorite feature in the bathroom was a top of the line shower head. It came to us as a surprise that the hotel offers a complimentary continental breakfast which turned out to be better than standard (several hot items). Overall we liked our stay so much that we decided to return instead of using the Marriott Courtyard two blocks down the street where we stayed several times before.
My husband and I stayed here New Year's Eve. Check in was easy, the room was a small suite, with refrig. We don't like to stay in places that use a lot of room deoderizer, because of allergies. This hotel fit the bill and no pets are allowed. Even though our room faced the freeway we could not hear it. We were going to stay downtown sac., but hotels were booked and seemed overpriced for NY. This Hotel is very close to downtown Sac. We would definately stay there again.
Perfect place to stay near the airport or Arco Arena!
We stayed here just last weekend (December 17, 2005) and it was awesome! New, clean, nice facility. The staff was super friendly and courteous. We had a room with 2 beds, a sofabed, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee pot, etc. It was large enough for five of us and very clean. For $89/night it can't be beat. We stayed at a nearby Residence Inn one time before and paid over twice that and our room was disgusting. I'll stay here every time from now on.
Fantastic Hotel! Best one near the airport.
If you need something close to the airport, then this is the place to go. It's new, very very clean and well maintained, the rooms are really really nice and spacious and have stuff for preparing food (i.e. family freindly). I can't recommend this place highly enough. The only thing is that it was a little pricey, but it was money well spent.
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