The Best Hotels to Book Near Tower Bridge, Sacramento

Don't miss these spectacular sunset views of the Sacramento River and Tower Bridge
Don't miss these spectacular sunset views of the Sacramento River and Tower Bridge | © Allard Schager / Alamy Stock Photo
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23 September 2021

Like its London namesake, Tower Bridge in Sacramento is designed to move, allowing tall ships to pass underneath. This fascinating piece of engineering is a vertical lift bridge, where the central portion is winched up, remaining horizontal between the two towers either side. Nearby, you’ll find some of these these top hotels in Sacramento, all bookable on Culture Trip.

Embassy Suites by Hilton Sacramento Riverfront Promenade

Hotel
4.2/5 (934 Reviews)
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Now from $182 per night
If it were any closer to Tower Bridge, the Embassy Suites would be on it. This all-suite hotel is ideal for anybody looking to have a self-contained trip, thanks to the mini-fridge, microwave and coffeemaker in the rooms. If you’re feeling like letting somebody else do the food preparation though, head down to the Marketplace Cafe for a free breakfast or snacks during the rest of the day. Upgraded suites have whirlpool baths.
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Inn Off Capitol Park, Ascend Hotel Collection

Apartment
4.2/5 (650 Reviews)
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Now from $147 per night
On the other side of Downtown Sacramento is the Inn Off Capitol Park, whose name is all the locational description you need. Most rooms employ a crisp white and charcoal color palette and are decorated with photography of the California State Capitol. You can start the day here with a free breakfast, which includes cereals, fruit, coffee and bagels, then work off those calories at the small fitness center.
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The Fort Sutter Hotel Sacramento, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

Hotel
4.5/5 (91 Reviews)
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Now from $190 per night
Over in Midtown Sacramento, the Fort Sutter Hotel is a popular, modern accommodation with a high-ceilinged foyer and comfortable, low-lit bedrooms decorated in royal blue and brown tones. The hotel is big on amenities, including Cafe Bernardo, which serves international comfort food such as pizza, burgers and quesadillas. Alternatively, cook up a feast yourself at the fire pit. There’s also a business center at this hotel.
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Kimpton Sawyer Hotel, an IHG Hotel

Chain Hotel, Boutique Hotel
4.6/5 (928 Reviews)
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Now from $184 per night
One of the most impressive hotels in Sacramento is the Kimpton Sawyer, with its multi-story glass frontage revealing the open-plan foyer within. This creative space is a 10-minute walk from Tower Bridge, and the train station is only a block away. Rooms are artfully designed and presented, with illuminated mirrors in the bathrooms, plenty of seating for work or relaxation in the rooms, and elegant lighting throughout. The fitness center has dozens of cardio machines.
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  • The Delta King

    Hotel
    4.3/5 (931 Reviews)
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    Now from $140 per night
    How would you like to stay on the water in a traditional riverboat? The Delta King was built in 1927 and is now permanently moored up along the Old Sacramento Waterfront, overlooked by the traditional Wild West-looking buildings that first sprang up here during the California Gold Rush. The wood-paneled grand dining room makes for a romantic meal, and the forward section of the Delta King is occupied by a lively bar and grill. Rooms are surprisingly spacious and have private bathrooms.
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    Arden Star Hotel

    Boutique Hotel
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    If you’re traveling with your own vehicle, there are plenty of great hotels in the Sacramento suburbs that offer more space and better value for money, such as the Arden Star. This boutique hotel has a large outdoor pool and sun terrace, a small fitness center and spacious rooms, which contain a microwave oven, mini-fridge and coffee maker. Suites have their own separate living area.
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    Lake Natoma Inn

    Inn
    4.2/5 (915 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $109 per night
    Outside the city is the Lake Natoma Inn, which is on the waterfront in Folsom, surrounded by leafy trails. The picturesque grounds are strung with fairy lights and dotted with comfy outdoor seating. Some of the more upscale rooms have an electric fireplace, and the premium suite has a whirlpool hot tub in the room. The bar and grill is the place to go for Californian comfort food.
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    These recommendations were updated on September 23, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh. This article is an updated version of a story created by Paul Stafford

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