RailNation:California - Sacramento Alternative Hotels
- RailNation:California - Sacramento Event Registration
- RailNation:California - Sacramento - Optional Trips & Tours
- Sheraton Grand History
- RailNation:California - Friday Welcome Networking Reception & Awards Presentation
- RailNation California Event Agenda & Program
- RailNation:California - Advocacy Workshop
FYI...The Discounted Group Rate Rooms For RailNation:California At The Sheraton Grand Hotel Are Now Sold-Out For Friday Night, October 18; Saturday Night, October 19 & Sunday Night, October 20.
The Following Alternative Nearby Downtown Hotels And Rates Are Currently Available.
Please Note: There Are NO Special Discounts, Group Rates Or Other Arrangements With These Alternative Hotels.
|Hotel Name/Website||Distance From Sheraton||Available Rates|
|Sheraton Grand Hotel||n/a||From $189|
|Hyatt Regency||.3 Mile - ~8" Walking||$189 - $209|
|Best Western Sutter House||.3 Mile - ~6" Walking||$153 - $169|
|Citizen Hotel||.2 Mile - ~5" Walking||$233 - $260|
|Residence Inn Sacramento Downtown||.3 Mile - ~6" Walking||$194 - $226|
|Quality Inn Convention Center||.3 Mile - ~6" Walking||$122 - $135|
|Holiday Inn Express||.5 Mile - ~10" Walking||$154 - $177|
|Inn Off Capitol Park||.5 Mile - ~10" Walking||$132 - $147|
|Holiday Inn Downtown||.8 Mile - ~15" Walking||$172 - $179|
Rates Listed Above Were Publicly Available On 9-19-19 & Do NOT Require An Advance Purchase.
The Rates Listed Are For Check-In Friday, 10/18 & Check-Out Sunday, 10/20.
The Lower Rates Listed Are For Any Available Senior/AARP Discount Rates.
If You Have Questions Or Need Hotel Assistance Please Contact Bruce Becker
"The National Association of Railroad Passengers has done yeoman work over the years and in fact if it weren’t for NARP, I'd be surprised if Amtrak were still in possession of as a large a network as they have. So they've done good work, they're very good on the factual case."
Robert Gallamore, Director of Transportation Center at Northwestern University and former Federal Railroad Administration official, Director of Transportation Center at Northwestern University
November 17, 2005, on The Leonard Lopate Show (with guest host Chris Bannon), WNYC New York.