Red Lion Inn & Suites Sacramento
1319 30th Street, Sacramento,  California,  95816

Hotel Overview of Red Lion Inn & Suites Sacramento

Red Lion Inn & Suites - Sacramento Midtown, Sacramento

Welcome to our hotel near California State Capitol, Downtown Sacramento

Look out on the rich sights of California's capital city when you stay at Red Lion Inn & Suites Sacramento Midtown. An ideal setting for business and leisure travelers alike, our hotel provides a relaxing oasis close to culture, entertainment, exercise and more. Red Lion Inn & Suites Sacramento Midtown prides itself on offering unparalleled services, facilities, and accommodations in Sacramento.

With Sacramento International Airport and all the draws of Midtown so close, Red Lion offers easy access to major attractions, shopping, and dining. After a day full of exploring the nearby area, retreat back to our contemporary accommodations featuring modern touches of home, including our signature plush bedding.

Whether you strike out on your own, stay fit with our fitness room, or simply sink into your room's inviting furnishings, you'll find that we offer everything you could want from a Sacramento hotel destination.

Local Attractions:

  • California State Capitol
  • Old Sacramento
  • Downtown Sacramento
  • Discovery Park
  • Sacramento Zoo
  • California State Railroad Museum
We look forward to welcoming you to Sacramento and to our hotel!

Attractions

California State Railroad Museum California State Railroad Museum

The California State Railroad Museum is a museum in the state park system of California, USA, interpreting the role of the "iron horse" in connecting California to the rest of the nation. It is located in Old Sacramento at 111 I Street. The museum features 21 restored locomotives and railroad cars, some dating back to 1862. The "Sierra Scene" shows a large scale mockup of a construction scene high in the Sierra Nevada representing Donner Pass circa 1867, featuring the locomotive Gov. Stanford. Other exhibits show how the influence of railroads changed American society, influencing travel, commerce and daily life, as well as the lives of railroaders and the diversity of people who work on railroads. Changing exhibits featuring photography, ephemera, and artifacts from the museum's collection, add depth and incidental information to the overall story of railroad history.

Crocker Art Museum Crocker Art Museum

The Crocker Art Museum, formerly the E. B. Crocker Art Gallery is the longest continuously-operating art museum in the West. Located in Sacramento, California, the Museum hosts one of the state's premier collections of Californian art. The collection contains works dating from the Gold Rush to the present day, a collection of master drawings, European paintings, one of the largest international ceramics collections in the U.S. and collections of Asian, African, and Oceanic art.

Sacramento Zoo Sacramento Zoo

The Sacramento Zoo is a zoo located in William Land Park in Sacramento, California. It opened on June 2, 1927, with 40 animals. At that time, it occupied 4.2 acres (1.7 ha), which remained the case until the early 1960s when the zoo expanded to its current 14.3 acres (5.8 ha). As of December 2012, the zoo had just over 500 animals on site. The zoo opened as the 4.2-acre (1.7 ha) "William Land Park Zoo" on June 2, 1927, with 40 animals brought together from various local parks, including monkeys, raccoons, birds, and deer. In 1948, the Sacramento Union Newspaper sponsored a drive to raise money to buy the zoo an elephant. In the fall of 1949, SUE (the “Sacramento Union Elephant”), so named by local teenage sisters Jacklyn and Carolyn Bolton via a contest sponsored by the Union, arrived at the zoo, much to the delight of area visitors. In 1955, the zoo bought "Winky", Sue's companion.

Sutter's Fort State Historic Park Sutter's Fort State Historic Park

Sutter's Fort was a 19th-century agricultural and trade colony in the Mexican Alta California province. It was built in 1839 and originally called New Helvetia by its builder John Sutter. The fort was the first non-Indigenous community in the California Central Valley. The fort is famous for its association with the Donner Party, the California Gold Rush, and the formation of Sacramento. It is notable for its proximity to the end of the California Trail and Siskiyou Trails, which it served as a waystation.

Hotel Facilities of Red Lion Inn & Suites Sacramento

Internet
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Bedroom
Alarm Clock, Iron/ironing board, Microwave, Phone, Flat-screen TV
ADA Accessible Rooms
The hotel does offers ADA accessible rooms but as this is a third party reservation page so we may not have the inventory available here. Please call the hotel directly to check the availability of the ADA accessible rooms.
Activities
Fitness Center, Outdoor Pool
Food & Drink
Free complimentary Continental Breakfast
Parking
Free Self parking
Services
Daily Housekeeping, 24-Hour Front Desk
General
Heating, Air Conditioning

Hotel Policies of Red Lion Inn & Suites Sacramento

Check In
From 15:00 hours
Check Out
Until 11:00 hours
Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to Rate Program you select. The cancellation policies are mentioned in the rate program details.
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome. All children under 16 years are charged USD 10 per night for extra beds. Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 20 per night for extra beds. The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1. Any type of extra bed is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management. Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets
Pets are allowed. Pet-Friendly Policy ($15.00 per night)
Cards Accepted at this property
American Express, Visa, Euro/MasterCard, Discover
Language Spoken
English

Hotel Area Guide of Red Lion Inn & Suites Sacramento

Attractions

  • California State Capitol
  • Old Sacramento
  • Downtown Sacramento
  • Discovery Park
  • Raging Waters Sacramento
  • California State Railroad Museum
  • California State Fair
  • Crocker Art Museum
  • Cal Expo
  • Sutter's Fort State Historic Park
  • Golden 1 Center
  • Sacramento Zoo
  • Sacramento Hospitals

Convention Centers

  • Sacramento Convention Center Complex

Popular Areas

  • Fairytale Town
  • William Land Regional Park
  • McKinley Park
  • Funderland Park
  • Old Sacramento State Historic Park

Shopping areas

  • Downtown Commons
  • Arden Fair Mall
  • Pavilions Shopping Center
  • Westbridge_Plaza
  • Country Club Plaza
  • Town & Country Village
  • Natomas Marketplace

Stadiums or Arenas

  • Hornet Stadium
  • Charles C. Hughes Stadium
  • Papa Murphy's Park
  • Golden 1 Center
  • Estadio Azteca Indoor Soccer Arena
  • ARC Stadium
  • Sleep Train Arena
  • Raley Field
  • Cosumnes River College Stadium

Transportation

  • Sacramento International Airport
  • Archives Plaza

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