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Downtown Sacramento boasts a wealth of attractions and destinations for visitors. Home to intriguing historical landmarks as well as top-rated music venues and restaurants, it holds something to satisfy just about anyone's interest. As the city's bustling and vibrant epicenter, Downtown Sacramento is always a great place to visit. Downtown Sacramento is the commercial, historical and governmental center of Sacramento, the capital of California. Currently in the midst of a major renaissance, it is easily accessible and walkable and also boasts many of the city's top cultural attractions and a rising nightlife scene to enjoy. Attractions in Downtown Sacramento are varied and include the California State Capitol, Westfield Downtown Plaza, the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, the Sacramento Community Center Theatre, the Crest Theatre and much more. The district also boasts a growing array of shops, clubs, art galleries and restaurants for visitors to sample. With its historic atmosphere and beautiful riverside scenery, Downtown Sacramento offers a distinct mix of charm, culture and cosmopolitan energy. Those looking for a fun time will surely find something that catches their eye in this bustling neighborhood. Downtown Hotel Service offers Hotels near Downtown Sacramento that are quality hotels at a affordable price. Use our Search box above or click here to see available hotels!
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Residence Inn At Capitol Park
1121 15th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 US
Experience Sacramento's newest and largest smoke free Residence Inn at Capitol Park. Conveniently located one block from the State ... read more
Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza
300 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 US
The Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza is a full-service, 16-floor high-rise in the heart of downtown Sacramento, 10 blocks to the convention center ... read more
About Downtown Sacramento
Downtown Sacramento, California is filled with cultural and historical landmarks as well as plenty of shopping and sightseeing opportunities. The downtown area runs east of the Sacramento River and south of the American River.
Since it's the capital of California, Sacramento houses the California State Capitol, a neoclassical style building that contains Senate and Assembly chambers where members of the state government meet. Corinthian columns, an ornate chandelier, and a Jane Stuart painted portrait of George Washington are some of the building's more prominent features.
Another important part of the downtown landscape is the Sacramento Convention Center Complex, where visitors can enjoy events at the Convention Center or the three other auditoriums that make up part of the complex. The Sacramento Ballet and the Sacramento Philharmonic perform at the Community Center Theatre. Graduations, concerts and other meetings take place at the historic Memorial Auditorium, while the much smaller Jean Runyon Little Theater is home to smaller theatrical events. Not part of the convention complex but located nearby, you'll also find the Wells Fargo Pavilion, a theatre in the round that seats over 2,000.
If you're interested in shopping in Sacramento, you'll likely want to visit the Sacramento Downtown Plaza located near the Capitol. Anchored by Macy's department store, the plaza contains over 100 stores and restaurants. If you're looking for heartier fare, you might want to pay a visit to McCormick and Schmick's, a nearby seafood restaurant that is part of the Portland based chain.
Important both religiously and historically is the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament, the cathedral of the Roman Catholic diocese of Sacramento. It's located at 11th and K Streets (numbered streets run north to south while lettered streets run east to west) and is the biggest U.S. cathedral west of the Mississippi River.