When you hear 'extended stay,' what comes to mind? Road warriors like corporate travelers and sales professionals on long-term assignments. Perhaps families who are eager for more space, but only willing to pay the same daily rate for a smaller room at a full-service hotel.

Well, the following exceptional experiences have transient travelers doing a double take. 

RICP from the Rose Garden, Capitol ParkLocation

Unlike other extended-stay (ES) hotels, the upscale Residence Inn Sacramento Downtown at Capitol Park (RICP) is located within a lively, cosmopolitan area that is near Sacramento tourist attractions like the World Peace Rose Garden. Avoid car rental expenses, and your company may nominate you for the employee-of-the-month award... Just don't skip personally enjoying Sacramento dining and nightlife.

3 Fires Lounge at Residence Inn Sacramento Downtown Capitol Park Convenience
Traditional ES accommodations offer larger suites with kitchen facilities, in lieu of amenities such as room service, restaurants, and daily housekeeping. Again RICP pleasantly surprises guests. Executive Chef Anthony Dimasuay of 3 Fires Lounge provides fresh California cuisine in a stylish, yet relaxing setting for lunch, dinner and room service daily. You can bet that this local has returned for business lunches!


Most importantly, you'll be treated to accommodating and professional service. Although this Residence Inn is not a convention hotel like Hyatt Regency Sacramento and Sheraton Grand Sacramento, its team consistently steps up time and time again to house overflow demand from conference attendees and trade show exhibitors. Our convention planning clients actually appreciate negotiations with RICP!

RICP also participates in the Sacramento Gold Card program, extending you even more value.

Contact the SCVB Convention Sales Team to learn more about other great hotels for your citywide or self-contained meetings.