Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel

Row 1

1230 J St (at 13th St)
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 447-1700

Foursquare Tips

  • Ask for a to-go box at the Club Lounge if you can't fit your food on those tiny plates.
  • Pouring wine at we care event.
  • SPG members: There is a concierge lounge on the 25th floor - appetizers from 5-8pm, continental breakfast from 6:30am-9am. They have hard-boiled eggs....and a PC and printer, too.
  • The trail mix is money if you love super fing salty trail mix, but the price is right at ... Free!
  • Cheap city parking on 14th between I & H street. $5 day on weekend, covered.
  • Fyi, the $5/day "green" voucher they'll offer you in lieu of housekeeping cannot be used towards any alcohol.
  • Only free WIFI...bummer
  • Free WiFi for UAL crew so make sure you sign up for the faster speed. I confirmed with the front desk that its taken off the bill. No sense in creeping the web at 2mbps when 6 is free also!
  • Correction: The Concierge lounge is on the 26th/top floor and open to Platinum members, and possibly Gold members, if they ask the frontdesk.
  • parking structure across the street - $18 for self-parking, $25 for valet. Drive past the hotel and make a left-turn at the light
  • 26th floor with a city view.
  • Order the White Linen cocktail - it's a very refreshing Sacramento creation!
  • Free Internet for registered guests at Link.
  • Connect your television to your iPhone via the LodgeNet app! The app allows you to control your television via your iPhone!
  • Don't try to call Guest Services from the room, they won't answer.
  • Location is prime, staff is nice. Gym is large but machines are from the 70s, free weights up to 50lbs. Overall a good biz hotel.
  • The towels are ordinary but the bed linens are very nice and the bed pillows are wonderful.
  • Lovely rooms and great views
  • Comfy beds, nice rooms, and tasty chicken wings at the Public Market bar!
  • The walls are paper thin, you can hear everything going on in the next room. And the decor hasn't been updated since the mid-90's. But maybe it's good for the terrible city of Sacramento?