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Best Hotels For Business Trips To Sacramento

January 4, 2014 5:00 AM

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Time is money, and wasting time getting to your meeting is wasting money. You’ve come here for business. Your office is a long ways away. Fear not, Sacramento hoteliers are fully capable of providing the services you need, close to where you need, to take the next meeting. The Sacramento International Airport is just a few miles away, and Amtrak lives here, too.

Citizen Hotel
926 J St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 447-2700
www.jvdhotels.comStaying in a business oriented hotel doesn’t have to be a spartan experience. The Citizen combines comfort with business. Nicely located in the bustling downtown area, the hotel offers business guests a 24 hour business center, complete with Mac computers set up to run both Mac and PC platforms. On-property business services are top notch and the fitness center is a great place to work out the tensions of the day.

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(credit: hyatt regency)

Hyatt Regency Sacramento
1209 L St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 443-1234
www.sacramento.hyatt.comIf your business is with the State of California, staying across the street from the capital may be what you need. The Hyatt Regency fills that need. Its “self-automated” business center is available at all times. High speed Internet, PC use, lap top connections, it’s all here. Copiers, fax capability, and a comfortable spot to get on with your business makes your business day more productive. Multi-lingual staff, concierge and a 24 hour fitness center, along with the great rooms, puts business travelers at ease. The Sacramento Convention Center is just across the way.

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The Inn Off Capital Park
1530 N St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 447-8100
www.theinnoffcapitalpark.comThis is for the business nomad who looks for a boutique experience, just a short walk away from the hub of downtown. Quiet, intimate and attention to detail for the business men and women are the norm here. The business center is informal, perfect for the less intense needs of some business pros who come to Sacramento. Still, surrounded by the very busy business community here, it’s a fine office away from home, and uber comfortable for anyone with connections downtown.

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(credit: Larkspurhotels.com)


Larkspur Landing Folsom
121 Iron Point Road
Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 355-1616
www.larkspurlanding.com

Not all business takes place downtown. Folsom is an ideal location for any business needs that encompass the Sacramento to El Dorado County corridor. For extended stays, Larkspur Landing makes life very easy for business men and women. The 24 hour business center offers complimentary computers, color printers, copies, and fax capabilities. All of their suites double as your own private home office. Corporate meeting space? Yes, fully equipped. US Highway 50 connects you to any where you need to be in the vibrant business community of the greater Sacramento area.

sheraton grand
Sheraton Grand Sacramento
1230 J St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 447-1700
www.sheratonsacramento.com

Grand aptly describes this hotel. For business interests it’s a natural choice. Anyone needing to trod the halls of the state capital will appreciate not only the half block walk to the capital, but also the surrounding state businesses as well. The Sheraton boasts its own Link@Sheraton Business Center. The center features internet stations, wi-fi and ethernet ports for hotel guests, complimentary of course. Need printing or fax, any time of day? The center is open 24 hours for business convenience. Knowledgeable concierge services and  on site restaurants just add you ability to get your business done. Walk out the front doors and the Sacramento Convention Center is right there.

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Charles Ferris is a freelance writer who has lived in the Sierra, halfway between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe, for the last 37 years. In 2010 he retired from teaching after 36 years . He and his wife hike, kayak, cross country ski, snow shoe, ride mountain bikes and road bikes, year round. His work can be found at Examiner.com.

Charles Ferris is a freelance writer who has lived in the Sierra, halfway between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe, for the last 37 years. In 2010 he retired from teaching after 36 years . He and his wife hike, kayak, cross country ski, snow shoe, ride mountain bikes and road bikes, year round. His work can be found at Examiner.com.

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