Fantastic beds, modern upgrades and a historic setting help our guests have a grand ole time at this cut-above icon. A 26-story, 503-room non-smoking hotel, Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel unique two-story entry was formerly the old Public Market Building, which dates back to 1923 and was designed by Hearst Castle architect Julia Morgan. This area is now an open and airy lobby with a cocktail lounge and a first-class restaurant serving a gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner menu in a relaxed setting. All rooms, dressed in rich chocolates, soothing mauves and leather accents, feel uptown and inviting, with wall-mounted 42" plasma TVs and ultra high-end bedding; in-room Wi-Fi and wired internet is available for an additional fee. Other amenities include an impressive fitness center, outdoor pool, steam room and cafÂ?. Pets are welcome for fee, and valet parking is available for a nightly rate. Especially ideal for business travel, Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel is directly across from the Sacramento Convention Center, surrounded by a range of eateries and just one block from the State Capitol Building. Other attractions like Westfield Shopping Plaza and charming Old Town are just a five-minute drive. Sacramento International Airport is 12 miles north. This hotel is a prime candidate for guests in the market for unique history, modern accommodations and the ultimate downtown locale.
In addition to offering amenity-filled accommodations and on-site seasonally inspired farm-to-table cuisine, this upscale hotel also offers a great location to some of the areas best shopping, dining, historic, and business districts. Dogs up to 80 pounds are allowed for a $100 refundable deposit plus $25 per day per room; there is a pet waiver to sign at check in.
Before you visit an establishment or place, please
contact them and verify that they are still dog-friendly and available, as policies
and management change frequently. All places listed on DogFriendly.com require
your dog to be leashed and under your direct control unless specified otherwise
by an establishments (including parks and beaches) management. Please be aware
of local Breed-Specific
Laws that may be in place where you are visiting. The information
on this site is not a recommendation. DogFriendly.com, Inc. makes no warranties
or representations of any kind, express or implied, as to the operation of the
site or the information, content, materials, or products included on this site.
If you find an establishment that no longer allows dogs, please let us know so
we can remove them from our list. For full Rules and Regulations for Use of This
Site, including the legal disclaimer and copyright notices,
click here before using the site.