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Rancho Cordova - Hyatt Place

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Designed for the busy lifestyle of today’s multi-tasking business traveler, Hyatt Place features a selected range of services aimed at providing casual hospitality in a well-designed, high-tech and contemporary environment.
 
Signature features of Hyatt Place include The Gallery, which offers a coffee and wine and spiritsbar, a 24 hours a day, seven days a week guest kitchen with freshly prepared snacks and entrees, and daily complimentary upgraded continental breakfast. Spacious guestrooms feature a 42" flat-panel HDTV that can be viewed from the Cozy Corner oversized sofa-sleeper or the plush Hyatt Grand Bed™.
 
Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Hotel is 100 smoke free.
 

This hotel is close to many many historical, cultural and recreational attractions!  Close by is the American River Bike Trail that starts at Discovery Park in Sacramento and goes 32 miles to Beals Point at Folsom Lake.  The American River Bike Trail goes right by Sac State's Aquatic Center at Lake Natoma, and the Nimbus Fish Hatchery, the Folsom Powerhouse Museum, and Folsom's historic Sutter Street District.  Don't miss the Folsom Premium Outlets for shopping thrills!!

 

Nearby is  Old Sacramento, which is a 28-acre state park preserving Sacramento's inital days as a trading post for the Gold Rush, and home to the California State Railroad Museum, the California Military Museum, Wells-Fargo History Museum and Sacramento History Museum, and the famed Delta King floating hotel-restaurant-theater.  Just across the Tower Bridge on the Sacramento River is Raley Field -- home to the Sacramento Rivercats baseball team.  Near Interstate 5 are the Crocker Art Museum and the California Auto Museum.  A few blocks east is the Leland Stanford Mansion State Park, which now hosts visiting dignitaries and heads of state.  2 blocks down N Street begins the 19-acre California State Capitol grounds, and across L Street is the Sacramento Convention Center complex which includes the Community Center Theatre.  Returning west on J Street takes you to Cesar Chavez Park in front of City Hall, home to Friday Night Concerts in the Park.  Amongst all these treasures are tree-lined streets, lots of benches, and great restaurants to explore!  Don't forget -- if you have a question, ask the Yellow-capped Community Service Guides from the Downtown Sacramento Partnership!

 

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