Hyatt Regency Sacramento
What We Love
- Access to free bikes (first-come, first-served)
- Impeccable service, from the concierge to the restaurant wait staff
- Within walking distance of all the major sights of downtown Sacramento
- Free events hosted throughout the week, from wine tastings and live acoustic music to Saturday morning yoga by the pool
What To Know
- Opened in 1988, but the guestrooms were renovated in June 2010
- Valet parking is $25 per day, self-parking is $17 per day
- Outdoor heated pool and patio will appeal to families and active travelers
- Proximity to the state capitol and convention center makes the Hyatt a hot spot for business travelers during the week
- WiFi is free in the lobby but costs $9.95-$15.95 per day in the guestrooms depending on the speed that you want
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Upon entering the Hyatt Regency’s lobby in downtown Sacramento, you’ll quickly forget you’re in a branch of one of the world’s largest hotel chains. A 2011 renovation by design team Looney & Associates lent a luxe minimalism to the common spaces softened by organic elements, from a massive driftwood sculpture to geometric chairs reminiscent of cut gemstones.
Bed and Bath
The hotel’s 503 rooms are contemporary and inviting with soft textures and a warm palette of crimson, cream and goldenrod. Pillowtop mattresses are topped with soft sheets and thick down blankets, the perfect place to hole up and watch that 42” flatscreen or listen to tunes on your iHome docking station.
While the Hyatt’s location is prime for exploring Sacramento, there’s enough on-site to keep you entertained. Have a craft cocktail mixed up for you in the Amourath 1819 bar (think sleek white tabletops, woven wood light fixtures and an art installation of hanging bottles), which hosts wine tastings on Tuesdays and local musical talent like crooner Quinn Hedges on Wednesdays. The hotel’s trademark Dawson’s chophouse, all leather booths and wood paneling, is the perfect spot for a power lunch. Also onsite? NorCal cuisine at Vine Café, a Starbucks for to-go breakfasts, a heated outdoor pool and hot tub and the new Emperia Wellness Spa.
In the Area
Only steps away from the capitol building and convention center in downtown Sacramento, the Hyatt Regency puts you in the center of the city’s action whether you’re there for business or pleasure. The city sits in California’s biggest agriculture regions, so you should browse the farmers markets and head to locavore spots like Hook & Ladder for housemade sausages and pastas and Hock Farm Craft & Provisions for seasonal fare. Drink in the craft brews on tap at LowBrau while sampling their specialty sausages. Walk it off in Old Sacramento, a picturesque throwback to the Wild West. Debate the flavors in saltwater taffy shops, have a pint or two in a saloon, and watch the sunset over the Sacramento River. A 30-minute drive out of Sacramento is Locke Historic District. Spend half a day exploring the country’s only remaining rural Chinatown, built by and for Chinese immigrants.
How to Get There
This is the quietest hotel I have ever stayed at!! I shake my head in disbelief at how quit it was.... The staff is great and the rooms are large, There is a park directly across the street with very old trees & labels telling you the type of tree it is. They had the tallest orange trees I have ever seen with oranges in them. There are a number of restaurants in different price ranges in walking distance and the area and is safe to walk around. The side door to the hotel is across the street to the convention center. The only bad part for me was having to go back home. I hope you have as good a time as we did.
The hotel was very clean and as always beautiful and elegant even in the midst of getting some upgrades too their elevators. Every staff member wore a smile and greeted you which may seem small but is a big factor missing from man business today. Checking in and out was as painless as could be. I left my wife and child in the lobby while I had some work and they were taken care of right away. She spoke of the bellman who insisted he load and unload every piece of luggage and she just relax. Overall our stay was great. We use this hotel on a regular basis and i can say it keeps getting better and better.
This was our first visit to the Sacramento Hyatt Regency. I am generally a fan of Hyatt properties, having just had a spectacular stay at the Regency in San Francisco a couple of weeks before, but sadly this property was far and away the worst Hyatt experience I have had. I get that Sacramento is not San Francisco, New York or Los Angeles, but I did expect a decent room. Our was not entirely clean, had decaying furniture, a stained bathroom floor, and a shower handle that come off in my hand! The room was also noisy - we could hear activity from the hall and the floors below, and also guests making love in the next room. This was a two or three star inn or motel experience, not a four star hotel experience, even in a smaller city! To its credit the hotel is in a fantastic location right on Capitol park and has great lounge spaces in the lobby. Our stay was only for a single night, so we sucked up our displeasure and enjoyed our trip in spite of the weak Regency. I won't stay here again.
Rooms are very outdated and didn’t feel very clean. For the money we spent and the amount by we travel and stay in many hotels, I would not recommend this one to anyone. We have stayed in this hotel chain before from Kaui to other cities in the US....other than location, I would not stay at again or recommend until they update and update!
Good place to stay. Very friendly staff. Close to many things in Sacramento. Work-out room is outside hotel and around the corner. Food is very good. Meeting rooms are spacious with good access. Would recommend.