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We were looking for something different. The Citizen hotel fits the bill. Very nice and stylish rooms. Make sure to take a high level though as the street noise can be loud (especially if you sleep with open windows). Nice breakfast served instead of buffet....More
First off, the front desk team were GREAT! Super friendly and the lobby was very art-deco. The pictures and quotes everywhere were very entertaining. The room (King Suite) was nice, yet a little small. Everything worked and the furnishings were fitting for the atmosphere. The...More
Great boutique hotel on J Street. The Grange Restaurant is part of The Citizen and is highly-rated for great food, much is locally sourced. Rooms are small but decorated in a fun, period style. In an area of revitalization with many attractions and food choices...More
I just love the Autograph Properties. There's So much history in the buildings and the decor is extremely different then any other hotel. The staff was very friendly and even took time to give us a tour of the hotel. You could see the capital...More
A local person in Sac recommended The Citizen and we were happy. Very nice elegant room in an historic building that was once the tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi (at 14 stories). Elegantly appointed, modern upgrades and with a bar/restaurant on the first floor...More
US$128 - US$371 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Daytime walking is quite safe. Be sure to look up, the architectural details of many of the buildings is gorgeous. I walk in the early evening, but anything too far past dark and I'd use Uber or grab a cab.
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"We asked for a quiet room and it was still noisy."