Boutique Hotel Room in Heart of Old Sacramento!


Room in boutique hotel hosted by Akash

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 private bath
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Welcome to The Union Lofts! This Building was previously known as The Union Hotel which was first opened in the 1800's which originally was named the Veranda Hotel and was used extensively by old town Sacramento politicians. We have brought it back to life with style and gives guests a great place to stay while touring the Historic District of Old Sacramento. Just a minutes walk through the tunnel into Newly Developed DOCO and Golden 1 Center. You will not be let down with this Boutique Hotel!

The space
The Lofts are located on the third Floor accessible by stairs or elevator which offer a variety of tastefully decorated Suites. The Lofts offer a community Kitchenette equipped with Microwaves, Keurig, Fruit Baskets and a refrigerator.

Suite 7 has a full bath tub and a medium refrigerator.

The building itself has an 18 Hole miniature Golf course located in the basement with an Old Town Themed Course, Great for all Ages. The building also has an Irish Pub on the street level and a high-end restaurant / whiskey bar. Surrounding the hotel is countless businesses and outdoor sites as it is located in the Heart of Old Sacramento.

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Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

Sacramento, California, United States

You’ll find plenty of things to do in Sacramento. Old Town Sacramento has enough historic attractions to spend the entire day. You’ll view historic old town hotels such as the Union Hotel which originally was named the Veranda Hotel and was used extensively by old town Sacramento politicians. The California State Railroad Museum might be the finest vintage railroad museum in the United States. Among the many large exhibits under roof is a Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe railroad dining car from the Fred Harvey era. They also have a mail car from the Great Northern Railway. All of these exhibits allow you to walk through and see everything close up. Another rare exhibit among the steam locomotives is the Governor Stanford, which was one of the first locomotives purchased by the old Central Pacific Railroad. The Central Pacific Railroad was the western leg of the transcontinental railroad completed in 1869.

When you’re strolling around Sacramento old town you’ll also see the unique Tower Bridge. This is a vertical lift bridge that crosses the Sacramento River was dedicated in 1935 and in 1982 was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

Hosted by Akash

  1. Joined in June 2016
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I love to travel and learn other cultures around the world. I am self employed and have a background in Real Estate and Construction Management. See you Soon!

During your stay

We do have Concierge on site a few hours a day and Cleaning service to better assist you with Local Knowledge and a friendly smile every time you come through the door.
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House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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Carbon monoxide alarm
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