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I stayed here for 3 nights with my teenage daughter who had a dance competition at the Memorial Auditorium. Our experience overall was just OK. Here are the pros/cons:
Distance/Walking - Very close to the the Memorial Auditorium, the closest hotel. The other hotels...More
Response from Amir818, Guest Relations Manager at Quality Inn Downtown
I recently attended a professional event, but as a retiree did not want to spend a lot of money on a one-night hotel stay. (Miss having an expense account!) The Quality Inn Downtown Sacramento was recommended. The price was right and the location was close...More
From the entrance next to an industrial office building, to trying to figure out if that single door was really the entrance, to the reception, which felt more like a visit to the DMV, "drivers license, sir?", to the prison looking gates, to the old...More
I had to relocate from Hyatt because of one extra night. It was a few blocks down but still a great location, close to some night life, parks, etc. I felt safe here and the front desk staff was friendly.
We stay at this hotel for one night, the hotel is not far from the center of downtown sac.
Very clean rooms,not smell at all inside the rooms,nice and very comfortable bed.
Offers continental breakfast, the only bad think is the small parkingspace.
$107 - $172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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Does this hotel have family suites like with a separate bedroom from a living room with a fold out couch?
October 25, 2015|
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Response from VolleyMom16 | Reviewed this property |
That's what I thought I was reserving - but instead the separate room only contains a couch - dreary was a great word used in another review. With all the stains, the couch was best covered before sitting.
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"There was one elevator for both sides. There weren't many rooms to choose from."