Hotel Review: Four Points Sheraton Sacramento International Airport

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Because of an early flight out the next morning, I made a King Room reservation for just one night at the Four Points Sheraton Sacramento Airport. The hotel is only 3 miles from the airport, and even though I had a rental car they offer free shuttle service to and from the airport. Parking is free. For locals who are looking for a good place to park while away, they also have a Park & Stay package where you pay for one night and parking for 7 days is included.

Arriving at the hotel around 10pm, the lady at check-in was still wide awake and cheerful.

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The lobby area had several chairs, a couch, and looked like a comfortable place to wait.

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There were still a couple people at the bar.

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The hostess at reception offered me a room on the 4th (top) floor, and pointed out the little store area should I have a craving for snacks or ice cream. I declined for the time being and took the elevator up.

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I find elevator notices interesting, to see what current events the hotel has going on. This one was a nod to Four Points’ Best Brews program, which offers local beers and seasonal ales.

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Starting with the bathroom, I noticed it had been designed for efficiency, with wall-mounted containers of shampoo and soap.

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The counter was large enough for my toiletry kit, and there were enough towels of each size.

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Four Points branded amenities were offered, though I had brought my own.

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There were wall hooks rather than a rack to hold towels.

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In the bedroom, there was a coffee machine with an fun-looking bag of coffee and some sugars and creamer nearby.

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I was pleased to find that the room was clean and quiet. There was a nice bench just inside the room, perfect for opening my suitcase out onto.

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Storage bins were inside so it could be used like a chest of drawers, just more convenient for suitcases of any size.

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There was a desk with drawers, and a convenient set of outlets on the top for charging electronics

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An ice bucket was on the desk, next to two complimentary bottles of water.

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There was also a wardrobe in the room if I wanted to hang some items up, and a wall mounted TV was closet to the desk.

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The temperature was a bit warm so I turned on the A/C. The controls were responsive, the air cooled down quickly, and thankfully the wall unit wasn’t too noisy.

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I slept well and since I had to wake up so early I skipped breakfast, checked out of the hotel and went straight to the airport. This was a pleasant hotel for a quick overnight stay before my early morning flight, and I would stay here again.

Four Points Sheraton Sacramento International Airport

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Good To Go

- Airport is 3 miles away and hotel offers free shuttle
- Room was quiet and clean

Good To Know

- There's an older style air conditioning unit in rooms
- Bathrooms have wall-mounted toiletries

How many Magic Stars did this hotel stay earn?

 4/5 Magic Stars

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