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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
The Hyatt Regency Hotel in Sacramento has a wonderful ambience, with many venues for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It also has many high quality venues for meetings and seminars. The accommodations and service from all hotel personnel are of excellent quality. Room charges per night are in a good price range. I had a wonderful experience staying at the Hyatt Hotel.
The Hyatt Sacramento has an ideal location for business in and around the Capitol. Check-in is easy and the staff is great. There is a demolition project going on across the street that made a lot of noise, but that is out of their control.
The hotel itself is very nice and everyone working there is very nice as well. The problem is that the A/C in the rooms is extremely loud - imagine a motorcycle running all night in your room. I pointed that out to the front desk and they send a maintenance person over. He informed me that the A/C was working perfectly and that this was the sound level I should expect throughout the hotel (he was right - the front desk offered me another room that was just as loud). According to him my two choices were: put up with the noise or turn off the A/C and live with the heat (he was very polite when he explained this to me - this is not a slight against him). My question is: should I expect the kind of service I get for a $50 per night room in a hotel that charged me close to $400? I dont think so. If the hotel is indeed tis loud, they should indicate that on their website and give me the option of booking somewhere else. Apart from that the hotel was fine and service was first class.