Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel
Capital comforts in a restored historic landmark.
Along with the Hyatt Regency, this hotel stands out as one of the city's only top-of-the-line lodgings. Such slim pickings are surprising, since Sacramento is the state capital, and politicos tend to be picky about where they spend our tax dollars when choosing a place to stay. Located in the restored Public Market Building, the hotel is near the Sacramento Convention Center at the State Capitol Complex. A massive atrium serves as a centerpiece, as well as a backdrop for Morgan's Central Valley Bistro, which offers an all you can eat breakfast buffet, business lunches and nice wine list. High-speed Internet access is found in all guest and meeting rooms; Club Level rooms are available; and basic amenities include 27 TVs, cordless phones and in some cases skyline views. The largest of the 18 meeting/event rooms measures in at 1,200 square feet. For recreation, you'll find an outdoor heated pool, 24-hour fitness center and martinis in the Public Market Bar.