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Best Hotels With Free Breakfast In Sacramento

July 5, 2014 5:00 AM

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Credit: Hampton Inn & Suites

Credit: Hampton Inn & Suites

Traveling for business or fun these days can add up. In the greater Sacramento area, the choices for hotels are many. The deciding factor may not be just the amenities in your suite or the business center. A full-on breakfast, on site, could be the deciding and delicious reason you choose to stay at your hotel.
Amber House
1315 22nd St.
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 444-8085
www.amberhouse.com

Elegance, superb appointments and a great location in the heart of downtown Sacramento, Amber House is a stunning spot to spend some time. Breakfast here is beyond simply “breakfast.” Each day, two gourmet breakfast choices are offered. That’s in addition to the two lighter options that are also on the menu. The breakfasts are cooked to order, and fresh seasonal ingredients are part of it. Special dietary needs? Amber House will do all it can to accommodate your needs. What a great way to start the day.

Hampton Inn and Suites Folsom
155 Placerville Road
Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 235-7744
www.hamptoninn3.com

Located just off of US Highway 50 and within easy reach of Sacramento, Folsom and El Dorado Hills, you’ll appreciate this Inn for many reasons. Not only is it close to just about any business needs, but the recreational venues of the area are close by too. The breakfast buffet is truly full of delicious choices. You’ll start your day with plenty of fuel from this grand spread of breakfast goodies. Remember that you have other things to do in addition to figuring out what you’ll put on your plate.

Ramada West Sacramento
1250 Halyard Drive
Sacramento, CA 95691
(916) 371-2100
www.ramadawest.com

West Sacramento has a lot to offer. Close to the State Capitol and with the great Sacramento River flowing by, the Ramada in West Sacramento offers comfortable accommodations. You can also bring your pet pooch with you. The fine continental breakfast is just for you though. Fear not, this is more than the odd roll and pat of butter. With plenty of choices in the pastry department, along with fruit, cereal and other goodies, you’ll be on your way in no time.

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Homewood Suites By Hilton
3001 Advantage Way
Sacramento, CA 95834
(916) 263-9510
www.homewoodsuites.com

Flying into or out of Sacramento? Homewood Suites is just three miles from Sacramento International Airport. The Natomas business and financial district is right here too if you are in business travel mode. Check in and enjoy the comfortably provisioned room. In the morning, start out with a full hot breakfast. It’s the real deal. Take your time before making your choices, as there are many. Your day will begin on a delicious note, which is always a good way to start.

Residence Inn Downtown Sacramento
1121 15th St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 443-0500
www.marriot.com

Right in the heart of downtown Sacramento, the Residence Inn is a classic. Beautifully decorated with artwork everywhere you look and uber comfortable rooms, you’ll find yourself enveloped in the atmosphere of a great hotel. Just one block from the State Capitol and the Sacramento Convention Center, you are set for a wonderful stay. The complete hot breakfast, described as deluxe, is a fine part about the offerings from this hotel. Every morning, this buffet-style breakfast bonanza will get your day off to a mouthwatering start. Each day, in addition to the eggs, waffles, cereals and pastries, there is a special. You’ll have to check in to find out what the breakfast special of the day is. It will be delicious, without a doubt.

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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.
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