I’m visiting Sacramento, CA for work this week and thought it would be a good opportunity to work on my Hyatt status. I noticed that the Hyatt Regency was located a short distance from both the customer site and the airport, so I went with that.
Located downtown on L-street, the Hyatt Regency is directly across from the California State Capitol Museum. In fact, I have a great view from my room!
In addition to room service (and a smaller late-night dining menu), the Hyatt Regency has three full restaurants: Vines Cafe, Amourath 1819, and Dawson’s Steakhouse. In addition, there’s a Starbucks located on the premises. As you can see from the map below, there is a variety of hotels available in the vicinity as well – one of the perks of being located downtown!
My room was located on the 10th floor, which has card-restricted access for added security. It was also positioned on the Southern face, overlooking L-street and offering a wonderful view of the Capitol Museum.
Though the hotel has a gym, it isn’t actually located within the hotel itself. To access it, you have to leave the hotel through the parking structure, and walk a few dozen feet to the gym entrance. It is available 24 hours a day, though, which is quite nice. The parking facility that you navigate through offers both valet and self park options at a rate of $20/night for hotel guests.
My personal feature at Hyatt properties is the concierge lounge. At this property it is known as the Regency Club, and it is located on the 12th floor. In addition to a spacious interior, it has a gorgeous open-air area as well.
One thing that really took me by surprise was that upon landing in Sacramento, I received a text from the hotel concierge informing me that if I needed anything, I could text them! I have never had that happen at any hotel property – Hyatt or otherwise. Kudos!